“The Department of Newborn Medicine of Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital wishes to express its heartfelt gratitude to Samsung Philippines for their invaluable support and generous donation of French-door refrigerators for our NICU Breastfeeding Area and KMC ward,” – Medical Center Chief, Dr. Esmeraldo Ilem.
Their eyes and the sensitive, soft tissue inside their trunks are particularly vulnerable to painful stings, and experts believe African elephants(Loxodonta africana) have learned over the centuries to recognize the scents bees give off when they are scared and ready to swarm.
A study recently found that regular orange eaters have a significantly decreased chance of developing macular degeneration, a common age-related eye disease among middle-aged Australians.
A study published on Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed that children addicted to digital devices were more likely become prone to psychiatric problems.
Medical education plays an essential role in updating physicians and other health care professionals about new treatment options and advances in disease state understanding.
Every night without fail, Paul Blumstein straps on a mask that prevents him from repeatedly waking up, gasping for air.
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III has advised the public to immediately consult a physician if they see symptoms of leptospirosis, noting to never attempt to self-medicate.
American scientists have identified a particular virus in mice model that may not weaken, but enhance the immune system, according to a study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Doctors have long known that separating families and other traumatic events can damage children’s well-being. More recent research has shed some light on how that may happen: Severe early adversity may cause brain changes and “toxic stress,” resulting in lasting psychological and physical health problems.
Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis on Tuesday announced $100 million of funding over the next five years for research into new treatments for malaria, a mosquito-borne disease with a devastating impact that killed 445,000 people in 2016.