In the hawking of nutritional supplements that claim to enhance sexual performance, the names alone have to do a lot of the carny barking.Take, Man Up Now, the provocative brand name for pills containing a bunch of herbs that their marketer says can enhance a man's sexual performance.
The U.S. has just received its first shipment of molybdenum-99, an essential material for medical imaging that's being mass-produced for the first time with low-enriched uranium instead of weapons-grade material.
In Pakistan, skin disease has developed into one of the top three medical conditions experienced by those affected by August's massive floods.Dr. Aisha Sethi is a professor of dermatology at the University of Chicago Medical Center.
Illinois uses $2 billion of the federal food stamp program.That translates into a lot of assistance for food, but it doesn’t always translate into assistance for healthy food. Parts of Chicago are food deserts – places where there’re few grocery stores with fresh produce and meat.
When it comes to health care, it's generally the case that the care in wealthy countries is better than in impoverished ones.But a country's GDP only goes so far in predicting how things will go, as a survey of the some of best-off countries finds.Take a guess which rich country's health system prov
America’s hospitals treat patients with life-ending cancers very differently in their final months, with some deploying chemotherapy and other life-prolonging efforts until the end and others directing most of their patients into hospice, a new study finds.The report released today by the Dartmo