Experts believe that marathon runners are most likely to suffer short-term acute kidney injury but its effects are almost negligible and the body can recover in as little as two days.
An independent body says there is insufficient evidence proving that screening for celiac disease without symptoms will be beneficial.
A study revealed that being exposed to lead (Pb) as a child could lower the cognitive ability as adults.
Many adults and children can get CMV infection but it can cause severe birth defects when a pregnant mother passes on the virus to the fetus.
A study examined the impact of breastfeeding on children's cognitive development and behavior but did not find any notable effect.
A small study revealed that breast implants can potentially cause cancer among women.
Bowel cancer symptoms and signs do not show until the disease is in its advanced stages.
A study ranked the best and worst states in America to practice medicine in, with the best state to be a doctor in is Iowa and the worst is in New York.
Researchers reveal that Type 2 Diabetes can be linked with Schizophrenia.
Weight-loss products dazzle consumers by claiming to eliminate excess body fat by simply taking pills or special drinks. Some pills really work and curb a person's appetite, but not all of them can do this.
Bill Gates opens up about other possibilities to fight epidemics.
Authorities urge parents and children to be careful as a girl suffered third-degree burns from homemade slime.
Telehealth services may be convenient but it doesn't come cheap. Rising insurance costs are making employers rethink their strategies and employees' insurance coverage.
A spinach leaf heart has been developed by researchers looking for ways to create an artificial vascular network.