Clinical Trials News
What to know about the new menopause hot flash medicine
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the new drug that could reduce hot flashes caused by menopause, and the new research that links highly fit middle-age women to a lower risk of developing dementia.
Menopause 'hot flash' medicine could cut symptom by three quarters, trial shows
A new class of drugs could be life-changing for millions of women in menopause who suffer with hot flashes. A medication being tested in the U.K. and here in the U.S. may be the key to alleviating several of the uncomfortable menopause side effects -- and hopefully without the need for hormone
House rejects GOP bill easing use of unproven drugs
The House has rejected legislation easing how experimental drugs are provided to people with terminal illnesses
Fate hazy for GOP bill helping dying patients try new drugs
A Republican bill making it easier for terminally ill patients to try experimental drugs faces an uncertain fate due to opposition from a leading House Democrat
Case alleging racial bias in hair tests goes to trial
More than a decade after a group of black former Boston police officers sued the city claiming its hair drug test is discriminatory, the case is heading to trial
Longer lasting flu vaccine is being tested in clinical trials
Central Michigan University student in custody after allegedly killing his parents in his college dorm
Alzheimer's disease reversed in mice, offering hope for humans, new research shows
"Remarkable" -- that’s how researchers are describing the results of a new study done on mice displaying traits associated with Alzheimer's disease. The deletion of just a single enzyme saw the near total reversal of the deposition of amyloid plaques found in brains of those with Alzheimer's,
Valentine's Day tips: Weight loss can be contagious between partners
Skipping the chocolate this Valentine's Day could have a "ripple effect" on your partner's weight loss , according to a new study. The study, published this month in the research journal Obesity , found that when one partner commits to losing weight, the other partner is likely to lose weight, too.
How wedding photography helped one woman through the worst year of her life
When a wedding photographer's darkest days of her family's life came on the heels of some of their brightest, she realized that although things could disappear in a flash, memories and living portraits would always remain. A family's uphill battle with cancer Kelsey Combe, 30, lost both of her
Rick Springfield opens up about his battle with depression
The rock star spoke candidly about his decades-long battle with depression in hopes that his story can help others.