Engineer Yi Hong is developing a new treatment for the vascular anomalies in childhood by 3D printing blood vessels. The promising technology will help many children who have to undergo multiple invasive surgeries for every graft.
Economists from the University of Sheffield found in their study the negative social media effects on youth. The more time children spend on platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and WhatsApp, findings found the less happy they feel about certain domains in their life and life overall.
Could a flu pandemic happen again and hit humanity like it never happened before? Projections that this generation might face The Big One warns everyone to prepare for the worst including being aware of its impact and what to do about it.
The Honey Boo Boo now and then transformation has been inspired by her mother Mama June Shannon's weight loss. Now, the rest of the family have joined into the quest for a healthier lifestyle and even Pumpkin is in tow.
Christina DePino thought the severe itching she felt was a normal symptom of pregnancy. Luckily she had gone to a checkup before things turned for the worse as she found out she could have given birth to a premature or stillborn baby and then shares awareness of cholestasis of pregnancy causes.
Researchers from the University of California developed a drug that may do a reversal for Type 2 Diabetes. The diabetes treatment new developments make use of the inhibition of an enzyme LMPTP restore the insulin sensitivity of diabetics.
Implants on paralyzed man for eight years allowed him to send signals from his brain to his arm and shoulders.
Musician Barry Manilow talks about his sexuality for the first time in years.
CDC warns the American public about the high prevalence of HPV among adults.
A researcher came up with the nutritional value of the human body in order to understand better the purpose of ancient cannibalism.
A recent chemical attack happened in Syria with almost 70 killed. How does these wars affect the children?
Experts say that virtual clinics are the most plausible solution to fight against mental illness and the danger it poses.
Tessa Puma initially had strep throat infection. However, the child got struck with the flu in the previous week and had to go through amputation after complications made her lose a leg because of the flesh-eating bacteria at the Akron Children's Hospital.
Firefighters have a higher risk of heart attacks as discovered in a research funded by the British Heart Foundation. Exposures to high temperature could actually make blood sticky and potentially cause minor injury to the heart muscles.
An instructor named Yin Cao introduced his research at the meeting in American Association for Cancer Research last Monday about how aspirin lowers risk of cancer. Apparently, the long-term use of aspirin can reduce the risk of dying from various types of cancer and possibly other diseases.