Boosted by a siege mentality and stigma, conspiracy theorists are telling Russians that HIV diagnoses are not real.
Umbrella study reveals moderate coffee consumption reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes, liver diseases and Alzheimer's.
Pedicures shouldn't be painful (or dangerous).
There is a catch-22 when it comes to stopping the aging process.
The medicinal candy can lower potassium levels, resulting in irregular heart rhythm and lethargy.
Companies have woven themselves around this remarkably strong and flexible material.
32-year-old was able to move his lower limbs without the use of electrical signals stimulating motor neurons.
In fact, the U.S. “hasn’t had an official annual count of pregnancy-related fatalities or an official mortality rate” since 2007.
The recalled produce included salad mixes and broccoli medleys from the brands Mann's and Kohlrabi.
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.
Doctors remove “neobladder stone” from 64-year-old man after he turned up in hospital with a pain in his left side.
Widely reported study was carried out on mice and not humans—it's important to bear that in mind.
After a diet, your body subconsciously works against you to make sure you put the weight back on.
Before millennial women started launching organic tampon companies, Kenneth Alvandi founded Maxim to offer women 100 percent organic tampons, pads and liners.
A South African child has lived HIV-free for over eight years, without treatment, it was announced Monday.
A BBC investigation found “concerning” levels of the bacteria in the ice used by coffee chains in the U.K.