Psychiatric nurses represent a key piece that's missing from the teams developed to treat kids in foster care with mental health issues, a new study published in the journal Archives of Psychiatric Nursing found.
Concussions, even the mildest ones, can leave long-term impact on neurological functioning. A latest study by National Institutes of Health shows while the brain might remain intact after a mild trauma, the protective covering around the organ is severely damaged.
Nerves in the stomach likely function as an internal "clock," relying on the circadian rhythm to regulate our food intake to certain times of day, according to a research team from the University of Adelaide
Genetic test maker 23andMe issued a statement Thursday announcing its decision to stop offering its signature service while the company goes forward with the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) review processes surrounding it.
Measles cases spiked in the United States during 2013, nearly tripling from the previous annual average of 60, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned in a new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
Mosquitoes use the same receptors to detect both carbon dioxide as well as skin odors, researchers from the University of California, Riverside report in the journal Cell.
Skin, the body's largest organ, talks directly to the liver, according to researchers who say the discovery could help explain how skin diseases reverberate throughout the rest of the body.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has okayed Gilead Sciences Inc's Sovaldi for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.
Gut bacteria are currently getting a lot of attention for their role in regulating weight gain and links with autism. A new study has found that people with lower levels of good bacteria have higher risk of colorectal cancer.
Mindful meditation alters activity of genes that control inflammation, a team of researchers has found.
The United States Food and Drug Administration has approved Xiaflex (collagenase clostridium histolyticum), a drug to treat men suffering from Peyronie's disease.
A healthy diet increases food costs by about $550 a year per person, according to a new study by Harvard Medical School.
People with dyslexia have faulty wiring between auditory and speech regions of the brain, a new study has found.
Nerves in the stomach control food intake, a new study has found.