Researchers tried to discover why people with no family history of dementia developed the disease.
Researchers investigated whether receiving a vaccination against a cancer-causing virus spread during sex would change how young girls behave.
American lung cancer patients who had been traveling to Cuba to get medications have had to resort to extreme measures since Trump took office.
"Our aim is to fully comply with all FDA regulations, both in letter and spirit."
Researchers mapped the brain with 400,000 virtual pyramids, arranged individually to mirror the folds and curves that make up the organ.
A mice study offers insight into how obesity could be inherited.
Neuroscientists wanted to understand what keeps parents going.
Unexpected side effect of dupilumab will now be investigated as a potential treatment for the hair-loss condition.
We’ve all been there. You think you’re eating something healthy. You run to Costco and buy a ton of it. Seconds, even thirds, of a particular food is fine, it’s healthy, right? Wrong.
Understanding your body and the benefits of good health are vital for thriving communities.
A person’s BMI score can give a skewed view of their health, experts believe.
Medication and psychological treatments are a vital first line of defense against mental illness - but lifestyle changes can help, too.
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An estimated 4.2 million people worldwide die prematurely because of air pollution each year.
Losing 5 percent of body weight was associated with a 12 percent reduction in breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women.
The discovery could help the 50 percent of men who do not respond to current treatments.
Acute flaccid myelitis affects the nervous system, specifically, the central region of the spinal cord.