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Turkey is facing the challenges of an increasing rate in the use of synthetic drugs, in what experts have cited “narco-terror” as the cause of it.
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
Calls mounted Saturday for the founder of the French company that made potentially risky breast implants fitted to tens of thousands of women worldwide to be pulled in.
Up to 30,000 French women and perhaps tens of thousands more around the world may have to have defective breast implants removed.
WASHINGTON - Agence France-Presse
A landmark clinical trial that showed HIV drugs can be as effective as condoms in preventing transmission of the virus that causes AIDS was declared Science magazine’s breakthrough of the year on Dec. 22.
NEW YORK - Reuters
Tanning beds have already been linked to an increased risk of the deadliest type of skin cancer and now new research shows...
Masanobu Sato from Tokyo was crowned world champion of San Fransisco's annual 'Masturbate-a-thon,’ following a 10 hour masturbation session.
WASHINGTON - Hürriyet Daily News
Scientists have unravelled the inner workings of melatonin, also known as the “sleep hormone,” making a major breakthrough for the development of new and promising treatments for insomnia, according to the Journal of Neuroscience (ANI).
PARIS - Reuters
The French government urged tens of thousands of women on Friday to seek removal of breast implants made of a suspect silicone gel by a firm that exported its product worldwide.
U.S. researchers said Monday they have discovered how to keep tumor cells alive in the lab, generating buzz in the scientific community...
CHICAGO - Reuters
A U.S. scientific advisory board on Dec. 20 asked two medical journals to leave out data from research studies on a lab-made version of bird flu that could spread more easily to humans, fearing it could be used as a potential weapon.
LONDON - Reuters
One in five workers suffer from a mental illness such as depression or anxiety and these conditions increasingly affect...
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Leading US health official Anthony Fauci on Dec. 21 rejected claims that the United States is censoring science by seeking...
SAN DIEGO - Reuters
Early results from a pivotal trial of an experimental leukemia drug ponatinib show it is effective in nearly half of patients who had stopped responding to currently available drugs.