In a recent video by scientists, they reveal the exact changes in the brain’s chemistry that happens before you are killed by an axe-murderer
Watching too much television can increase one's risk of death, a study conducted by researchers from the National Cancer Institute found.
The number of breast cancer diagnoses in black and white women has leveled off, a new study found.
Fewer Americans are dying from the common causes of death, a new study is reporting.
Married people are less likely to die from heart surgery, a new study reported.
A WHO report found that tuberculosis killed as many people as HIV/AIDs did in 2014.
A new study is questioning whether or not epinephrine is safe for patients with cardiac arrest.
A new study reported that males are more likely to die in the womb than females.
The FDA recently approved Hysingla ER, a 24-hour abuse-deterrent painkiller.
The World Health Organization said Wednesday that 5,420 people had so far died of Ebola across eight countries, out of a total 15,145 cases of infection, since late December 2013, according to a press release.
Police officers in the United States are at 30 to 70 times higher risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD) when they're involved in routine or non-emergency activities, according to a new study.
Adults who were born to women who were overweight or obese before pregnancy have a greater risk of death from heart attack or stroke, a new study found.
The WHO reported that 372000 people die annually from drowning.
Tainted drugs may have killed 13 women who underwent sterilization procedures in central India, according to officials.
Two new studies found that chronic kidney disease patients can benefit greatly from exercise.