Noninvasive brain stimulation can help people lose weight, a small study concluded.
Obesity might cause vitamin A deficiency in specific organs, a new study reported.
The life epectancy gap between white and black Americans has narrowed to a four-year difference, a new study reported.
Children growing up in religious households tend to be more selfish and less generous than children who do not, new research suggest.
Young age does not affect whether or not someone can be a reliable witness, a new study reported.
Weight loss surgery for teens can lead to health gains that last for at least three years, a new study found.
People who have reacted to penicillin and were told that they are allergic to the antibiotic might not actually be allergic, a new study reported.
The March of Dimes stated that the U.S. needs to work harder at reducing their overall premature rate.
European drug regulator found that HPV vaccines do not cause two health syndromes.
Junk food is not the leading cause of the obesity epidemic, a new study stated.
Practicing "defensive medicine" by ordering more tests can lower a doctor's risk of being sued for malpractice, a new study reported.
Australian researchers reported that scarlet fever is slowly making a comeback.
The CDC reported that cefixime is not as effective at treating gonorrhea as before.
Experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that a man died of cancer, which was transmitted from tapeworms.
Weight-loss surgery can increase sexual activity, a new study reported.