New research finds certain types of the human papillomavirus make a person 22 times more likely to develop oropharyngeal cancer.
A new large-scale study suggests genetics play a role in more than 20 different types of cancer.
A preparedness plan to stay alive among the walking dead could be your best defense for any real pandemic.
A new analysis suggests government funding for studies is shrinking, forcing researchers to turn to the pharmaceutical industry to support essential research.
A new study suggests that SSRIs used during pregnancy could significantly increase a child's risk for autism—by nearly 90 percent.
A group of experts say the agency's stance on limiting the use of power morcellators forces women to undergo more invasive and risky procedures.
Scientists introduce mouse immune genes into malaria-ridden species that's scourge of India.
A new study examines the psychological factors that influence a person's decision to refrain from learning their status.
The SPRINT trial has taken the medical community by surprise—and for a number of reasons.
Preliminary results from a phase 2 trial found the maintenance therapy may be even more effective at achieving viral suppression than three daily antiretroviral pills.
Another study indicates the hygiene hypothesis may be true.