Cleveland Clinic has just performed the first uterine transplant in the US adding another option for childless couples to have a baby.
The squishiness of a fertilized egg can determine whether or not single-egg in vitro fertilization would be successful, a new study reported.
Obama nominee Robert Califf has been recently confirmed as the new commissioner of FDA amid frustration over widespread painkiller abuse as well as his supposed links to big drug firms during his years as clinical researcher at Duke University.
The flu season is still very mild, the CDC said Wednesday.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says it is ok for mothers living in Zika-affected regions to continue to breastfeed.
Graphic images on cigarette boxes do not stop smokers from lighting up, study says.
Two American doctors are drawing a lot of backlash after they penned an article calling for a compromise on female genital mutilation.
The symptoms of menopause can all be blamed on men, say experts. Geneticists from McMaster University of Canada say that a man’s inclination to choose a younger mate meant that fertility in women became useless after they became old
The lifestyle that you share with your partner may have a bigger role to play in your obesity than your upbringing, suggests research.
California workplace safety officials have been bombarded by the makers of porn to not force condoms or other measures such as safety goggles, designed to stop spreading of STDs, because these devices will kill the “aesthetic” appeal of the movies and people will stop watching porn films.
A new study suggests that regular consumption of chocolate can keep brain sharp and healthy
The simple blood test known as Khatri may be the revolutionary answer that the medical professionals have been looking for Tuberculosis testing. This test is also capable of identifying the patients with active infection and help in the treatment of the disease.
Many parents believe that when their child is cranky, not eating, drooling and not sleeping enough, they may be experiencing the teething problems. However, despite the advice that the parents have been following for years, a new study in the journal Pediatrics confirms that fevers are not caused by teething infants, rather it may be pointing to another illness that the parents and doctors shouldn’t just ignore.
According to a new study, increasing your intake of coffee can reduce your probability of developing cirrhosis caused by alcohol
More women are choosing to undergo a mastectomy today than ever before, a new report found.