Scientists want to understand why male fertility rates have dropped so sharply—and how to reverse the trend.
Researchers found aspirin appeared to stimulate a part of the cells that clear debris in mice brains.
Toxic shock syndrome is widely associated with young women, but anyone can develop the life-threatening condition.
"Giant hogweed makes poison ivy look like a walk in the park," officials warned.
Billy Caldwell experienced a seizure days after his cannabis oil treatment was confiscated by officials.
Current treatments can cause nasty side effects including burning and aching muscles.
Evidence suggests that diabetes drugs might be an effective treatment for Alzheimer's patients.
Dr. Erich Voigt used Facebook to track the woman down and warn her about the lump on her neck.
The new project is being constructed in southern France and is designed to emulate life outside hospital walls.
The device could be ready for doctors to use in just five years, according to an expert.
Externally applied sunscreen lotion is the only pharmaceutical product that can protect against UV rays.
The teenager was hooked up to a breathing machine and had her lungs drained of fluid.
PCOS is one of the most common causes of infertility.
If left untreated, syphilis can cause serious health conditions, including blindness and neurological disorders that can result in death.
A new molecule was found to stop cold viruses from hijacking human cells.
Typhoid is most commonly spread via contaminated food and water.
Marie Robinson is one of 18,000 people waiting for a liver transplant, so her husband, Verlon, took matters into his own hands.
Cranberry juice is believed to stop bacteria from sticking to the walls of the bladder, but the scientific evidence to support this claim doesn't stack up.