Her spontaneous orgasms led to severe anxiety.
Oysters have extremely high levels of zinc, which researchers think might block one particular channel found on cancer cells.
One doctor has performed seven reversal surgeries on transgender women in the past five years.
New research may challenge what we thought we knew about the evolution of language, suggesting that grammar evolves faster than the lexicon.
The president's comments strike a nerve in the fraught discussion of mental illness in mass shootings.
A lack of dreams could be responsible for several mental health issues.
“This attack has created a public health and medical emergency in Clark County and the surrounding areas,” the governor’s executive order states.
Blogger made jewelry from her discarded skin following a labiaplasty as a symbol of overcoming her pain.
A 22-year-old appropriation-bill rider has kept the government from funding research that could inform gun policy.
Geometric-shaped gummies are still deemed OK.
Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young were selected from a shortlist of 361 nominations.
New digital ads previewed by Newsweek will target 16 Republican lawmakers as part of a progressive group's campaign to defeat efforts to repeal Obamacare once and for all.
Brexit could lead to months-long delays in accessing both new and older medications.
Top advisers to his predecessor worry Trump is waiting too long to build a team to advise him on everything from national defense to public health.
October 1 is World Vegetarian Day and you can celebrate with these tasty recipes.
After having derided an Associated Press report, EPA said it found damage and toxic material exposed at the San Jacinto River Waste Pits in Houston.
Six people have died from West Nile virus in Los Angeles County this year.
Tom Price has resigned and will be succeeded by Don Wright, a disease prevention official.
Mean managers end up with their own issues, according to a new study.
This plague season could be the deadliest yet for Madagasar.
The outbreak has killed 17 people.
Just in time for World Rabies Day!
A study involving dirty socks is a cautionary tale for frequent travelers.
Does a potential dementia test come down to whether you can smell a piece of gum?
The flu shot may not be perfect, but it still saves lives.
In celebration of World Heart Day, is there something to be learned from South Korea to improve Americans' overall heart health?
Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner initially supported the bill as a candidate, eased off that position in the spring, but ultimately said his support for abortion rights and a woman's choice would never change.
Misbehaved boys who lack guilt are less likely to laugh with their friends.
The star made a call for universal health care just after announcing that she has cancer.
A young model’s eye tattoo turned into a nightmare after it became infected and nearly cost her vision.