Many people in the United States hang on to leftover antibiotics and say that if they got sick, they’d use them without going to the doctor, a new study finds.
A new study suggests that despite a pre-disposition to a variety of health issues, Latinos age much more slowly than their counterparts of other races.
A new study suggests that where you were born, and what season you were born in, may affect your risk for celiac disease.
Despite UN goals to slash the occurrence, the maternal death rate has risen alarmingly over the past several years across the United States.
Science may not give much focus to the alternative therapy known as cupping, but there are indeed studies that show cupping to be effective.
If you spend a lot of time sitting, exercise a couple of days a week won’t cut it. To protect your heart, you need to sit less and more more every day.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has published a study showing that an overwhelming number of children are sleeping in an unsafe environment.
A recent clinical trial has found that an experimental stem cell therapy known as MPC-300 could be effective against rheumatoid arthritis.
Scientists found a compound that could help them create an opioid painkiller rivaling morphine, but without the side effects and addictive properties.
A study reports that 17,000 children are sent to the ER each year after suffering from a stroller- or carrier-related injury. That’s 2 kids every hour.
A new study suggests that couples who resolve any issues before going to sleep leads to better quality, more restorative sleep.
With the threat of the Zika virus looming, scientists have taken to studying the human placenta with a National Institutes of Health $50 million Human Placenta Project.
A new study suggests that acupuncture for pain may compete even with morphine, a potent opioid used to control pain in hospitals.
The attorney general of Kentucky filed a civil lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson over the way it marketed its transvaginal mesh products.
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have found that computers trained to detect lung cancer tissue may actually be more accurate than any human doctor.
Hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. suffer a stroke each year, but a new study suggests that more than 90% of strokes are preventable.
Although there is no accepted treatment for Alzheimer’s yet, a study shows that we may find hope in a common period pain medication drug – mefenamic acid.