Home > Medical Medical All sections in Medical » All Diseases » All Symptoms » Medical Schemes » All Medications Resistance to HIV drug growing in Africa In sub-Sahara Africa, up to 15 percent of HIV patients treated with tenofovir-based drug combinations will develop resistance to tenofovir in the first year of treatment. ADHD Kids who take ADHD meds more likely to be bullied Bullying by peers is a risk associated with stimulant treatment for ADHD, especially if the teens sell, trade or share their medicines, according to a new study. Allergy Real aspirin allergy not that common A study revealed that most people with gastrointestinal symptoms after taking aspirin were mislabelled as having an allergy. Arthritis Delicious meals that fight arthritis After being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, Manhattan restaurateur Seamus Mullen modified his diet to improve his health. His debut cookbook, which pairs traditional Spanish cuisine with rustic farm-to-table fare, highlights 18 "Hero Foods" that help him manage his symptoms. Cancer Buchu may help beat cancer Buchu may be useful in the fight against cancer as it helps to stop the inflammation associated with the disease. Colds & Flu Could bananas cure the flu? Research suggests that BanLec the substance found in bananas could in the near future ward off a number of viruses, including the flu. Diabetes Great variations in people's blood sugar response A study from Israel indicates that people have very different blood sugar responses to the same food. Eye Health What contact lenses looked like in 1948 This 1948 newsreel shows how contact lenses were made back in 1984. Things have certainly become less invasive since! Hearing Is your job making you deaf? Most of us don't pay much attention to noise levels in our workplaces but being consistently exposed to loud noises could mean that you're suffering from noise-induced hearing loss. HIV Treatment Action Campaign receives R14m lifeline This will save the organisation from closing its doors and making it more sustainable in the future. IBS How to beat IBS with diet and supplements While it is difficult to pinpoint an exact cure for IBS, adding certain supplements to your diet can give you some much needed relief. Incontinence Kate Winslet opens up about incontinence In a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show, actress Kate Winslet revealed that she can't jump on trampolines anymore because she suffers from stress incontinence. Liver Health New hepatitis C drug can slow heart rate Doctors at a Paris hospital recently found that a small number of chronic hepatitis C patients treated with the drug sofosbuvir developed an abnormally slow heart rate. Vaginal Health How to clean your sex toys When it comes to sex toys, play it safe by and follow these top cleaning tips to avoid STI's and vaginal infections. Hope for children suffering with TB and HIVHow South Africa is combatting TBWorld first: child-friendly tuberculosis treatment will be available from 2016 Research into TB and HIV unveils hope and challenges New PhD research at Stellenbosch University has offered hope for children infected with either tuberculosis or HIV. advertisement From our sponsors Why probiotics are beneficial for IBS Hearing aids on a windy day? No problem! A step-by-step guide on how to do pelvic floor exercises correctly Live healthier Get rid of lice! » Toddler dies after DIY lice treatment Back-to-school head lice Comb out head lice 20 head lice myths debunked Head lice are tiny, wingless insects that live in human hair. They cannot fly, jump or swim and are spread by head-to-head contact. Check out this infographic to learn more. About gout » Treatment of Gout Signs and symptoms of gout What is Gout? Is your diet causing gout? Suffering from gout? There's a lot you can do to prevent this horribly painful condition. Start by cutting out these 14 foods.