National Institutes of Health
27 Mar 2019
A recent report published in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene has alerted to a global pandemic of fake drugs killing children worldwide. According to the report, falsified malaria drugs are responsible for the death of over 150,000 children yearly and 10 per cent of all medicines sold in developing countries, worth over…
4 Dec 2018
The United States (US) government will soon start human trials of a male birth control gel, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced Wednesday.
12 Jul 2018
Drinking at least six cups of coffee every day could decrease your risks of early death, a new study has revealed. Researchers say that those who drink six or seven cups of coffee per day are 16 percent less likely to die from any disease over a 10-year period than those who never have a…
26 May 2017
Several experimental malaria vaccines previously tested in people were designed to elicit antibodies against AMA1 and thus prevent parasites from entering blood cells.
20 Jul 2016
New research suggests that paracetamol, which is also known as acetaminophen and sold under the brand name Tylenol in the United States (U.S.) and Panadol in the United Kingdom (U.K.), has been linked to infertility.