Some people have clear skin with an occasional pimple now and then, while some have zits that just won't go away and even with treatment seem to be coming back with a vengeance. According to a new study, good bacteria on the skin protect against acne while bad bacteria lead to an increase in zits.
Try having sex and not painkillers to get rid of that nasty headache. A new study from Germany has found that sexual activity can partially or completely cure migraines or constant headaches.
A new drug Stivarga has won the approval of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to cure patients who are victims of advanced gastrointestinal stroma tumors (GIST) that cannot be removed surgically and have failed to respond to other FDA-approved treatments.
Slow-growing infants will catch up with their peers over time with the right care from their parents, according to a new study
A new study finds that babies born by C-section are five times more likely to develop allergies than babies born naturally.
Scientists have discovered a natural antibiotic from human sweat that can fight tuberculosis germs and other bugs.
Scientists have developed a new drug that will be more effective in combating drug-resistant strains of the flu virus.
A new study reveals that some mosquitoes become less sensitive to the repellent Deet after first exposure.
Scientists identify brain chemicals that allow a seal's brain to remain half awake and asleep.
Male rat pups have more of a specific brain protein linked with communication than females, according to a new study.
A new study shows how living organisms use natural antifreeze proteins to survive in the cold.
A recent study by the Hasselt University in Belgium focused on the impact of the public smoking ban. They were surprised to notice that banning smoking in public places drastically reduced the number of premature births.
Neutering has to be done at the right time, or else it can harm the health of the dog. If neutering is not done at the right time, it causes cancers and joint disease.
A recent study from bmj.com states that there is no association between stressful jobs and the development of cancer.