Women who drink moderate amounts of beer have lower risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, a new study found.
A Pennsylvania patient will be charged with allegedly dealing heroin from her intensive care unit (ICU) hospital bed, Greensburg City police reported.
False-positive mammogram anxiety does not negatively impact a woman's overall well-being, Dartmouth researchers found in a recent study.
Scientists discovered a new DNA "editing" technique that could alter life-threatening genome mutations and one day cure diseases.
The powerful painkiller codeine is often prescribed to children in emergency rooms despite warnings and the availability of alternatives, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) indicated.
Advanced Cell Technology's stem-cell treatment for blindness is approaching the next stage of human testing.
Thinking of obesity as a disease may make a person more likely to gorge on high-calorie fatty foods.
Physical and mental effects of bullying can last for lifetime, a new study has found.
A new study has shown that the ability to cope with chronic pain might be genetic.
School cafeteria bans on chocolate milk decreased sales but generated more waste, according to a recent study.
In light of media confusion, researchers clarified the findings behind their study about how brain changes are associated with casual marijuana use.
Scientists have generated for the first time stem cells from adults using the skin cells of two adult men, a new study announced.
The Ebola outbreak is nearly under control, as the number of new cases have fallen dramatically, Guinea's health ministry said Tuesday.
A diet rich in olive oil, fish and whole grains, classically known as the Mediterranean diet, may help delay diabetes rather than simply cutting out fats, according to a follow-up analysis.
Plucky individuals, older women and people who have recently suffered a major loss are more likely to be compassionate towards strangers than older adults, according to a new study in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.