The popular painkiller, the main ingredient in Tylenol, made study participants less sensitive to other people’s pain, too
Drug companies are losing out in innovation because high finance prefers to fund technology.
Dispute continues over a new deal on overtime pay
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Researchers are investigating centuries-old alcoholic beverages for potential medicines.
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A fractured regulatory system hampered by Big Pharma’s meddling has led to a growing global falsification market.
New cancer drugs can extend life for days, months, even years. But they can also push you and your family into bankruptcy.
“I would get blasted on the stuff and be happy as a clam, no problems,” said former cancer patient Jeff Moroso.
The California agency that runs the state’s Obamacare marketplace is limiting the cost of high-end medicine.
Scientists hope to soon test the herb in humans.
The Navy decided not to discharge the man, who will be reassigned to a new position in New England.
Researchers are working on ways to test for the diseases by simply taking a smartphone picture of the paper.
A letter published in the Lancet Psychiatry Journal has claimed that psychedelic drugs are safer than currently thought.
Les Baugh, who lost his arms 40 years ago, has now moved several objects using his brain
Scientists and scholars discussed experiments with psychedelics drugs to treat anxiety, depression, addiction and other issues at a recent conference in New York City.
Research on the brain’s “positioning system” may have implications for memory, thinking, planning and spatial memory loss
Report details numerous accidents at labs handling potentially dangerous viruses
Scientists are trying out new electronic devices to treat asthma, diabetes and gastric problems
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