Emphasising the need for smart public policy and action in the field of research, scientists and experts have said that scientific breakthrough with regard to Ebola is possible in 2015.
Inflammatory bowel diseases may be associated with an increase in the diversity of viruses in the body, scientists say.
The World Health Organization officials have said that the falling cases of Ebola in West Africa in the three most affected countries show a "turning point" in the crisis.
Women with Alzheimer's disease showed stable cognition for a year when a drug that is more commonly used to treat advanced prostate cancer was added to their drug regimen, a study says.
A new study has revealed that the evolutionary goal of Ebola virus is to become "more lethal."
Researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark are reported to have developed 10 new antibodies that can be used in the battle against cancer.
A person's chance of having a heart attack or stroke increases significantly if he or she has been hospitalised for pneumonia, researchers warn.
A researcher from Missouri-based Saint Louis University has found a novel way to prevent Type I diabetes in an animal model that stops destruction of beta cells and preserves insulin production.
Scientists recently identified molecular target that could lead to potential therapies for Asthma.
Scientists have discovered unique synchronisation patterns in brains of individuals with autism, a finding that may lead to early diagnosis and treatment of the disorder.
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