(Getty Images)
Medical scientists are rapidly developing new weapons against cancer that use lasers, magnets, and 'nanoballoons' — tiny particles that cause tumor cells to self-destruct — in ways that were barely imaginable even a decade ago. [Full Story]
Related Stories
Pot Smoking Changes Brain Structure: Study
Young people who occasionally smoke marijuana may be rewiring their brains, with their pot use causing structural changes to brain regions related to motivation, emotion and reward, a small study says. Recreational pot use by a small group of young adults caused significant...... [Full Story]
Medical scientists are rapidly developing new weapons against cancer that [Full Story]
People with sleep apnea, a common sleep disorder, may be at increased risk [Full Story]
Could genes be to blame for a lack of motivation to hit the gym? A recent [Full Story]
Family Dog Helps Kids With Autism
Children with autism may find the unconditional love of the family dog [Full Story]
Why Latest Flu Season Was No Pandemic
The H1N1 flu was the predominant influenza strain in the United States [Full Story]
Men With Type O Blood Have Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer Recurrence
Prostate cancer patients with blood type O have a significantly lower chance of the cancer recurring, according to a study by Tokyo Medical University. [Full Story]
Study Ties Less Salt Use to Fewer Heart Deaths
A drop in salt consumption likely played a big role in a recent large reduction in deaths related to heart disease and stroke in England, a new study suggests. The amount of salt in people's diets declined 15 percent from 2003 to 2011. [Full Story]
Blueberries May Help Ease Parkinson's
Natural compounds in blueberries, which have been shown to reduce the risk of diabetes and heart attack, may also help treat Parkinson's disease and other neurodegenerative disorders, new research suggests. [Full Story]
Jenny McCarthy: I'm Not Anti-Vaccine
Jenny McCarthy, one of the most visible critics of U.S. childhood-vaccine efforts, now says she is not 'anti-vaccine,' but is simply advocating the development of safer shots and inoculation schedules for kids. [Full Story]
Iron Boosts Exercise Benefits in Women
Iron supplements pump up the benefits of exercise for women, according to new research out of the University of Melbourne. [Full Story]
Nearly 10 Percent of US Adults Have Diabetes
The percentage of Americans with diabetes has doubled since 1988,with nearly one in 10 adults now diagnosed with the blood-sugar disease,researchers report. [Full Story]
What Is Snapping Hip Syndrome and How Is It Treated?
Snapping hip syndrome, also known as iliopsoas tendonitis or dancer's hip, is the result of muscle movement over the hip bone, causing a snapping sound or sensation. It affects movements like walking, running, or doing exercises. [Full Story]
Retype Email:
Zip Code:
Health Newsletters

The information presented on this website is not intended as specific medical advice and is not a substitute for professional medical treatment or diagnosis. Read Newsmax Terms and Conditions of Service.

Newsmax, Moneynews, and Independent. American. are registered trademarks of Newsmax Media, Inc. Newsmax TV, NewsmaxWorld, NewsmaxHealth, are trademarks of Newsmax Media, Inc.

© Newsmax Media, Inc.
All Rights Reserved