The app, Reset, was approved by the FDA for people already in treatment for substance-use disorders.
Two nurses were recently fired for acting inappropriately around newborns, but research suggests infant cries can do crazy things to our brains.
The shape of your face can reveal a lot about your sex life, from your sex drive to whether will you cheat.
Antibiotic-resistant infections are a growing problem, and there is not enough research currently underway to develop new drugs.
High pressure processed broccoli sprouts could be the latest health food because of its high amounts of cancer-fighting compounds.
There were countless medical breakthroughs in the ’40s, but some of them caused more harm than good. That’s what makes them an excellent subject for the trauma that haunts several characters in this season of “BoJack Horseman.”
A recent study may have revealed a novel way to combat obesity by turning "bad" fat into "good" fat.
Just in time for the Jewish New Year, pot that has a rabbinical blessing.
Amid concerns raised by government bodies, the event has been put off.
Opinions are changing in favor of a single-payer health care system among both physicians and their patients, but doctors are much more likely to support a single-payer health care system than the rest of the public.
Kevin Hart publicly apologizes to his pregnant wife, Eniko Parrish, on Instagram after leaked video of him cheating.
Children whose mothers were exposed to high levels of fluoride during pregnancy may be at risk of having a lower IQ.
Tobacco residual exposure from clothes and furniture could potentially lead to brain and liver damage.
Pet owners caring for terminally ill animals are at increased risk for depression, anxiety and stress.
Individuals with schizophrenia are dying sooner than those without, but their mental health condition isn't completely to blame.
The crustaceans are killing off the world's salmon supply (and your appetite).
Foods may trigger a sudden appearance, but they don't cause the autoimmune disease.
Yoga therapy can help ease symptoms of these common mental health conditions.
Long before CRISPR triggered fears of designer babies, his mouse with an ear on its back was an icon of the power of science.
A drug that works by targeting the brain’s immune system could help drinkers curb nighttime cravings for alcohol.
Women who don't take the birth control pill could have an advantage when it comes to attracting the opposite sex.
Is it time to give away the household pet?
Couples in long-term relationships develop similar taste buds over time, but they aren’t necessarily happy.
Alternative medicine practitioners say the inside of apricot and plum pits can cure cancer. Science and the FDA say it will poison and kill you.
Research from Europe has found troubling new evidence about the dangers of alcohol.
Women who live with their significant others or have been in relationships for over a year have lower sex drive.
Almost half of people with lupus will develop kidney problems.
Doctors remove “neobladder stone” from 64-year-old man after he turned up in hospital with a pain in his left side.
Can a group of tech titans, “Burners” and international surgeons bring simple surgeries to the developing world?
Kim Phuc was photographed as she ran away from a napalm attack during the Vietnam War.