Canadian doctors to subscribe free art museum visits for patients as treatment

A group of Canadian doctors are to begin prescribing trips to an art gallery to help patients suffering a range of ailments become a picture of health. A partnership between the Francophone Association...Click To Continue

New smart lenses improve vision for cataract patients

A Netherlands-based biotechnology firm has developed new trifocal intraocular lenses that can help patients with cataracts and eye defects. The "smart lenses" were developed at the firm's research and...Click To Continue

Istanbulites pick bicycles to avoid traffic jams, lead a healthy life

More and more people in Istanbul are picking up bicycles as a way to avoid traffic jams and lead a healthy life. Bike renting services and bike lanes introduced by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality...Click To Continue

Turkish surgeons restore sight to 420 Ethiopians

A Turkish charity has given new hope to some residents of Gelemso town in eastern Ethiopia by bringing in ophthalmic surgeons who have helped hundreds of them see again. "All 420 cataract patients have...Click To Continue

Air pollution puts unborn babies at risk, experts claim

A number of studies on pregnant women and newborns around the world suggest that air pollution puts babies at risk even before they are born. A study in China shows that pregnant women living in highly...Click To Continue

Sneezing too much? Fall allergies here to stay

As nature wakes up in spring and flowers bloom, allergies also come alive and cause much trouble. Yet, few people know that autumn can be as frustrating to go through as the season of allergies. No need...Click To Continue

Spain to dethrone Japan in global life expectancy rating in 2040

Life expectancy in 2040 is set to rise at least a little in all nations but the rankings will change dramatically, with Spain taking the top spot while China and the United States trade places, researchers...Click To Continue

Google develops AI tool that accurately detects metastatic breast cancer

U.S. tech giant Google has created a tool that could potentially help doctors to diagnose breast cancer using artificial intelligence (AI). The program, called LYmph Node Assistant (LYNA), was trained...Click To Continue