Home > Medical Medical All sections in Medical » All Diseases » All Symptoms » Medical Schemes » All Medications Coming soon: Battery-free pacemakers powered by the heart? Pacemaker batteries eventually wear down, and have to be replaced every five to 12 years - so, some scientists have been working an alternative: battery-free pacemakers that in theory would never have to be replaced. More evidence flu vaccine is safe during pregnancy A new large-scale, long-term study suggests that that flu vaccines won't harm the foetuses of pregnant women. Car crash risk much higher for US teens with ADHD US teenagers with ADHD are more at risk of a car accident in their first month of driving than their peers. South African researchers develop quicker way to detect drug resistance Local man develops resistance to new TB medicine despite good adherence. Suspect your child has an ear infection? There may soon be an app for that A new app has spotted ear infections with high accuracy in new research - in what could potentially be a game-changer for parents and healthcare workers alike. ARV shortage a threat to children's lives Parents are resorting to sharing their HIV treatment with their children as confusion over paediatric stockouts continues. Bad breath? The problem might be your nose Wondering what might be causing your bad breath? Post nasal drip could be the culprit. What is 'salt therapy' and can it help with sinusitis? Here's a look into what salt therapy entails and just how helpful it actually is. How does constipation happen? What really happens inside our bodies when we become constipated? Faster, more accurate method of diagnosing heart attack patients Researchers have developed a new method of diagnosing heart attack patients in the emergency department that is more accurate and faster than current methods. Intensive blood pressure control may help preserve brain health Preliminary evidence indicates that aggressively treating high blood pressure reduces the risk of mild cognitive impairment and dementia. Drop the word 'cancer', and patient choices change There's a growing consensus among cancer doctors that removal of the thyroid gland is an overreaction in most thyroid cancers. How to get rid of those white spots on your teeth Tips for treating and preventing tooth blemishes, so you can smile with confidence. Alzheimer's drug trial offers new hope, but also uncertainty There have been many setbacks on the long road to finding a treatment that might slow or stop Alzheimer's disease, but a new trial offers a glimmer of hope. Could psoriasis patients eat their way to fewer symptoms? New research bolsters the notion that the Mediterranean diet might help fight immune-system disorders like psoriasis. 7 things nobody ever tells you about lactose intolerance Even if you're not lactose intolerant right now, there is a chance you will be some day... load more articles advertisement Live healthier Heart health » 5 women share exactly what it feels like to have a heart attack 'I felt like I had a pill stuck in my throat.' Diet & Nutrition » 8 benefits of gherkin juice that will make you want to drink some ASAP Goodbye, salt craving.