COVID-19 has killed over 2,000 people since it emerged from the Chinese city of Wuhan late last year.
The study involved 16 men who stayed at a lab for three days.
New information from the Hubei province of China, where the recent outbreak of COVID-19 is alleged to have started, is claiming 14,840 new confirmed cases and 242 new deaths as a result of the virus.
Between 2012 and 2017 Navy Medicine identified patients who had a positive fecal occult blood test but never received documentation of a "result and next steps."
The novel coronavirus was first detected in people living in Wuhan, China, in December, and has since infected thousands of people.
The method could forecast the end of a woman's period one to two years in advance of the menopause.
Fraudsters in South Africa are turning to syndicates that rent out corpses for use in insurance fraud and police are implementing new tools to get those dead bodies off the market.
Tiffany Alberts told police she was trying to get her son moved to a different unit at the hospital where she thought he would receive better treatment.
The running back responded on Twitter to the NFL's request for an HGH blood test.
An California woman lies in a hospital with severe central nervous system damage after using Mexican skin lightening cream. The CDC says this is the first known case of Mercury poisoning in America in 50 years.
Cases of the sexually transmitted infection (STI) syphilis are rising in the U.S.
People from around the Philippines bought the drink, known as lambanog, from the one shop.
Researchers at Newcastle University say they have observed the development of Type 2 diabetes for the first time, confirming a decade-old theory on what triggers the condition.
A co-author of the unpublished paper stressed to Newsweek the study does not prove that taking birth control is risky or harmful.
The case of Chris Long, from Nevada, has piqued the interests of forensic scientists for its implications.
The burger chain has recalled a selection of its frozen burgers after a recent sample taken revealed the presence of the bacteria at one of its manufacturing facilities.
Non-profit OCEARCH has been tagging sharks since 2007, revealing fascinating insights into their behavior.
Research on the birth of twins after genome editing for HIV resistance was sent to MIT Technology Review earlier this year.
Silicon Valley wants to do for medicine what it's done for retail, finance and other sectors of modern life. Here's what that digital revolution could mean for you.
The accused had allegedly been drinking whiskey and beer before the shooting, according to police.
A pregnant French woman was found mauled to death by dogs after walking her dog at the same time a group of hunting hounds were said to be stalking deer in the area. The woman reportedly called her partner before the attack to express her concern about "threatening" dogs.
Researchers have designed a material that blends ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fibres (UHMWPE) onto neoprene, providing the possibility of light-weight shark-proof wetsuits.
The man's symptoms were so bad it took him 30 minutes to walk up the stairs at home.
A new study has found that the amount of "good" and "bad" cholesterol present in a baby's blood at birth could influence psychological development.
His doctors say "we consider e-cigarettes as 'much safer than tobacco' at our peril'."
Scientists hope their research will help us understand conditions like dementia.
A Kurdish source who reportedly acted as one of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's security advisers gave DNA samples to U.S. forces prior to the raid that led to al-Baghdadi's death.
A Florida man was allegedly intoxicated while riding a Segway personal transportation device into traffic near a Sheriff's office.
The patient's body created alcohol after he ate carbs.
More than four out of five doctors are reluctant to take on patients using prescribed opioids, according to a survey of 500 physicians conducted by Quest Diagnostics and the Center on Addiction.