Rates of Powassan virus, a tick-borne illness, are increasing.
A gene mutation causes Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva patients to grow bone where there is normally muscle or joint
"There is nothing beautiful about this condition," Jenny Grossman, a New Jersey-based member of the board of directors of the KLS Foundation, told Newsweek.
Dream expert and author Delphi Ellis told Newsweek this recurring dream relates to stress.
A range of medical conditions have been associated with night sweats in men, including sleep apnea, acid reflux, lymphoma and low testosterone.
Many health experts have warned that our immune systems are more vulnerable due to two years of relative isolation from one another.
Personality is normally split into five domains—openness to experience, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness and neuroticism.
Adolescent mental health problems have increased during the pandemic. Parents need to be vigilant.
The photos can be alarming, but monkeypox remains rare, with a rash that is usually gone within two to four weeks.
Two more cases of monkeypox have been confirmed in the UK, raising questions about whether the disease could emerge in the US
Historian Carla Cevasco combats the social media notion that babies had lots of healthy alternatives before the invention of formula.
A new study from the University of Bern, Switzerland shows the process by which REM sleep can help us process emotions
The Democratic senator, 63, was taken to hospital where doctors found he had suffered from a "small venous tear," he said in a statement.
Scientists in Tennessee have said they are working on what could be the first-ever drug to treat radiation sickness.
There have been 109 cases of the mystery illness in the U.S., with 90 percent of children affected hospitalized.
The California-based researchers said the SARS-CoV-2 appears to "back-boost antibodies to seasonal coronavirus spike proteins."
According to reports, 15 states are expected to continue to protect abortion rights if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade.
"If Roe falls, there will be no end to what inhospitable states will do to curb abortion access," NYU School of Law Professor Melissa Murray told Newsweek.
The battle to preserve access to abortion is increasingly moving online as advocates look to the provision of abortion pills.
A study that suggests anti-intellectualism has become part of the identity of many rural Americans and its author suggests how mistrust could be overcome.
Ivermectin is the sixth most popular term trending on Twitter U.S. as Elon Musk announces his successful purchase of the platform.