Researchers develop new material using 3D printing technology that could be used in bone grafts.
FDA approved a device that is intended to automatically monitor glucose (sugar) and provide appropriate basal insulin doses in people 14 years of age and older with type 1 diabetes.
The rate of infants that are opiod-dependent is alarmingly increasing, according to a new study.
A new research suggests that despite dog's uncanny ability of detecting illnesses, identifying lung cancer is not one of them.
The world’s first baby to be born using a pioneer three-person fertility method has been born. Now five months old, the baby boy has DNA from three different people: father, mother and an additional donor.
If you want to dislodge your kidney stones, riding a roller coaster might help. A paper published in The Journal of the American Osteophatic Association reveals that by riding the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disney World, there are higher chances that kidney stones can be dislodged.
Smoked salmon from Mt. Kisco Smokehouse recalled due to potential listeria contamination.
The World health Organization has estimated that 6.5 million around the world have died due to air pollution in 2012, which accounts to 11.6 percent of global deaths during that year.
Think you’re breathing fresh air? Most likely not. World Health Organization (WHO) revealed that about 92 percent of people in the entire planet is inhaling poor quality air. The effects of air pollution on human health can be disastrous.
The intense vaccination efforts of different health organizations in the U.S. have finally paid off as the World Health Organization finally announced the whole region, from Canada to Chile, to be free from Measles.
A team of researchers has finally describe how stimulating a single region of the brain via electricity affects the activation of other regions and large-scale activity within the brain.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is linking the recent outbreak of E.coli in four states to beef, veal and bison products.
The doctor thought the Portuguese man had an incurable muscle disease.
Synthetic alcohol that can give the same pleasure and enjoyment like regular alcohol but without hang over may soon be available.