Researchers from Washington State University have found that the pesticide methoxychlor is linked to adult onset kidney disease, ovarian disease and obesity among three generations.
A newly discovered virus is harboring inside the guts of more than half the world's population, and has gone undetected by scientists or decades, according to a new study.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a powerful painkiller.
Couples, in which wives are more educated than their husbands, are not at an increased risk of divorce, a new study has found.
Women participating in triathlons might be at an increased risk of pelvic floor disorders, menstrual irregularities and weak bones, a new study suggests.
A new study suggests that caffeine might worsen hot flashes and night sweat in menopausal women.
Working in rotating shifts can increase the risk of developing type-2 diabetes, a new study states.
Stress can strengthen negative memories, a new study states.
A new inexpensive device can help diagnose fatal lung disease, researchers at the University of Exeter say.
A new study finds that an enzyme - MMP-9 - plays an important role in the development of autistic behavior in people with Fragile X Syndrome.
Ketamine can be a life-saving wonder drug in emergency rooms, researchers say.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday that it has okayed Gilead Sciences Inc's Zydelig for treatment of three types of blood cancers.
Acetaminophen is no better than placebo for lower back pain, a new study has found. The drug is used in popular painkillers such as Tylenol.
Naegleria fowleri is a brain eating amoeba that earns itself national attention at least once a year after infecting an unsuspecting swimmer during the summer season. Now researchers are saying that with rising global temperatures, the prevalence of these heart-loving microbes could go up.