According to a new study, babies born via cesarean have a higher chance of developing allergies later in life.
A drug that's injected once a month to treat asthma can also be an effective remedy for hard-to-treat hives and itches, says a new study.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced recall of an orthopedic device manufactured by Johnson & Johnson. The recall has been classified as 'Class I recall' which is the most serious type of recall issued by the agency.
Although, witnessing trauma during combat can trigger Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in many men serving in war, current research shows that these men may already be vulnerable to the disorder due to childhood abuse of family history of drug use.
A noted neuroscientist has now said that using just antidepressants won't help treat depression in people and that people on these medications need to get psychological help to cope with depression.
Human brain is unique and has had significant changes in its structure since humans' split from monkeys some 25 million years ago. Now, brain scans have shown how significant these structural changes are in giving human brains unique networks to process and store vast amount of information.
A third (33 percent) of all seafood available in the U.S. market has been mislabeled and is not up to standards described by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, according to a study report released by Oceana.
The Roman Catholic Church in Germany has now approved the use of emergency contraception pill, popularly known as "the morning after pill", to prevent conception in women who have been raped, according to media reports.
Researchers have found a new class of drug that stops flu from spreading and is even effective in the most drug-resistant forms of the virus, says a new study.
Fruits and vegetables along with whole grains are good for kids. But, would kids like to eat lunches that are filled with nutritious food rather than the high-fat options? According to a new study, schools can help children eat better by giving them more options to choose from rather than forcing them to eat a particular kind of food.
About 38,000 pounds of pork sausage have now been recalled by the Smithfield Packing Company due to the presence of pieces of plastic, likely from gloves, according to an announcement by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).
A new University of Maryland study has now found that women indeed talk more than men and the reason for this enhanced communication is the presence of a specific protein - Foxp2 - which is associated with language development.
Omega-3 fatty acids in diet can slow down the growth of breast cancer by as much as 30 percent, according to a new study.
An American gets 11.6 percent of his or her total daily calorie intake from fast food, according to latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Children who grow up learning two languages are better at tasks that require working memory like math and reading comprehension, says a new study.