A sign that was left at the Martian land from the NASA's rover has been going wild on the internet. This hilarious image was available on NASA's website and crashed the site.
There is no doubt that dementia has gripped many countries around the globe. On the same lines, a new research was seen in the New England Journal of Medicine, which suggested that there is going to be exponential rise in the health cost attached with age-related dementia such as Alzheimer's disease, crossing all other medical burdens.
On April 28, the International Day of Mourning, businesses and their staff are being encouraged by the WorkCover NSW to remember their employees who died because of some mishaps at the workplaces.
An emergency program has been launched by the World Health Organization (WHO) to combat most aggressive strain of malaria, which is proving resistant to the standard anti-malarial drug. The move was launched in Phnom Penh on the World Malaria Day.
Investigations are being conducted by the Health Minister of the Northern Territory how to stop Alice Springs victims of sexual assault from having to fly to Darwin for treatment.
It was suggested that shortfall of the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) in Alice Springs is the reason for the practices.
Sources reported about launch of fifth addition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. The edition is going to be launched in April after a development that took 14 years.
Jeremy Hunt, Health Secretary, will today announce that people are now free to ask their GPs about not to handover their personal details to centralized NHS database.
As per recent reports, First Scotland East bus firm has decided to back the Macmillan Cancer Support by raising funds for it. The firm will donate £1 to the charity for every journey that it makes. The initiative is aimed at raising over £20,000 for the cause.
A group of doctors and nurses are going to the Basildon Hospital in the upcoming week as part of a government evaluation into the death rates.
The group is a fragment of the Keogh Review, which is inspecting the higher than average mortality rates at 14 of the hospitals that also includes the Basildon.
As suggested by lead doctor, the government is displaying an "overly simplistic and inaccurate" image of the present burdens faced by the hospital A&E departments.
A recent announcement from Commissioner Margaret Hamburg on Wednesday has revealed that this year, there will be fewer inspections. This has been attributed to fewer funds in the FDA treasury.
According to official data, over 200 million people get affected by malaria and especially in Asia and Africa. The disease, which gets spread through the infected female Anopheles mosquito bite, kills more than 660,000 people across the globe every year.
Boston Marathon blast attracted the attention of one and all across the globe. The incident led to a humble effort made by blood donors who were read to make blood donations.
A number of users posted on Stanford Blood Center's Facebook page that they will be donating blood. People, who witnessed their messages also supported and agreed for blood donations.
It has been revealed in a new report that Lethbridge's Chinook Regional Hospital in southern Alberta has been facing an outbreak of Clostridium difficile infection (CDI).
Warnings are being issued by the members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to public about an efficient safety risk considering the numerous inspecting incidents by the OPP.
Seeing the current globalized travel patterns, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said that Singapore has been expecting a H7N9 avian influenza case. The country is quite alert about the virus and has been taking all the possible measures to prevent the virus.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that Nobel Peace Prize laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 81, will undergo tests at a South African hospital to get checked for persistent infection.
According to the latest figures published by the HSE yesterday, a Dublin family doctor has earned more than
In a recent finding of Stanford scientists, it has been found that the skeletal vestiges of a tiny creature found in Chile's Atacama Desert are actually ruins of mutated humans. These ruins are shaped as a contracted version of the monster from the Ridley Scott movie `Alien'.
According to a research carried out by the University of Bergen, dark lightening and visible lightening are linked.
Lead researcher Nikolai Ostgaard said both lightenings that is dark and bright have been found to be essential for the discharge of lightening. The research has been accepted in the Geophysical Research Letters.