Doctors from Ukraine have successful help an infertile couple conceive a baby using a controversial medical technique.
Researchers are still conducting studies to know more about the benefits of cannabis oil in treating cancer wounds.
Issues arise about the proposed rules for the amendment made on medical marijuana. Florida state officials and voters weigh-in.
The high prices for orphan drugs strained its consumers as low-income families finds it nearly impossible to purchase a $300,000-a-year drug.
The efficacy of medical marijuana in treating diseases has been widely studied. Is it an effective treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms?
Red Cross may not have enough blood this year and as such, are seeking help by encouraging volunteers to donate as much blood as they can.
Taking HIV drugs used to slow down the infection's progression to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) may increase the risk of gay men contracting syphilis, another sexually transmitted infection.
Scientists study the effects of products on skin molecules.
Two companies merge as they launch Fibrocor, a therapeutics company that aims to develop treatments for fibrosis.
Based on research, ministrokes can eventually cause a person to have dementia or delayed vascular cognitive impairment.
A recent study examines the link between coffee consumption with heart health.
Researchers are alarmed with the growing number of children born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome worldwide.
Can sleep disorder treatments effective in managing muscular dystrophy symptoms?
The death of an American woman from a superbug found resistant to all antibiotics available in the U.S are concerning medical and healthcare professionals.
Can depression in college students be treated using mobile technology?