Eating whole grains and high dietary fiber have the same calorie reducing effect as brisk walking for 30 minutes.
Two children with leukemia are slowly starting to recover after what appears to be a surprisingly new and unique treatment method. The plan was to kill their cancers using a special gene-editing method, and it worked.
Contrary to popular belief, a new study revealed that sitting for extended period of time does not increase the risk of diabetes.
For decades, Logan went to see several physicians and they had the same answer which is it's just because he is fat. Other surgeons had determined that Logan's 130-pound mass was hopeless.
Doctors in Chennai successfully removed a cockroach from a woman's skull, and if she had not come earlier, she would have been brain-dead.
This contraceptive gel was 100% effective in non-human primates. Soon, it could be an alternative form of birth control for men.
More reports are starting to emerge about the possible relationship between the pollution in the air and neurological diseases. This poses yet another dangerous threat to the mental health of people in high-risk cities that have a lot of air pollution.
"Enhanced interrogation" is just one of the many interrogation methods people use to get the truth out of other people, but there is no guarantee that they will get the truth.
Improved technique can get them to pick up sounds as quiet as a whisper.
Scientists have revealed that over-the-counter painkillers such as Ibuprofen and Aspirin do not actually relieve backaches. In fact, patients taking them are likely to suffer from stomach problems.
A new study led by the Newcastle University revealed that people suffering from the condition "misophonia" have changes in the structure of the brain's frontal lobe and brain activity.
A new study led by the Silent Spring Institute revealed that toxic highly fluorinated chemicals remain prevalent in fast food packaging in the U.S.
A new study has revealed that the innocent-looking lychee fruit is responsible for killing more than 100 children in India annually for the past 22 years.
One of the 94 died from mental illness while the others died of medical negligence.