Village leader asks gov't to impose State of emergency after unknown illness hits 8 impoverished villages on India border killing mostly children.
Tomato Ebola, pest which affects cultivation of tomatoes, now poses threat to Nigeria's food security, local minister says.
Scientists now focused on growing entire human hearts for heart attack patients.
Antibodies could hold key to treating disease.
Florida governor reveals mosquito-transmitted cases, urges pregnant women to be tested.
African Union, UN and African Development Bank hear calls to stop the importation of bogus drugs.
New synthetic drugs are increasing in number and exploiting legal loopholes, says UN report.
Research finds 5 percent weight loss leads to marked decrease in diabetes, heart disease risk.
Translated by Rédacteur
"Tell me what you eat, I'll tell you who you are." It is well known. How about "Tell me what you eat and I will tell you how you feel" ? If it is obvious that the way we eat influences our health, it also plays a role in regulating our emotions.
Over 500 people affected by Chikungunya have been admitted at hospitals in NE Kenya, scale of which surprises doctors.
Research on rats could one day help paralyzed humans.
New discoveries could reconstruct appearance from DNA sample.
South African minister urges citizens to remain calm since virus is rarely transmitted from human to human.