FDA announced that it recommends against the use of codeine in children who've had tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy.
Eating a diet that has a lot of fruits and vegetables or including supplements containing antioxidants may not help people lower risk of stroke or dementia, says a new study.
The effects of being bullied at a young age don’t fade away with time; rather they stay with the person for life. According to a new study, bullied children grow up with depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts.
Allergan’s silicone gel-filled implant is approved for breast augmentation surgeries in women, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday.
High-fat diet may be contributing to the increasing diagnosis of ADHD in U.S. children. A new study from University of Illinois has found a significant link between high fat diet diets and brain conditions that affect learning abilities like ADHD.
Plastic surgeries in the U.S. have recorded a growth for the third consecutive year, say statistics reported by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). In 2012, more than 14 million plastic surgeries were performed in the country, which is 5 percent higher than 2011. However, there were fewer takers for breast augmentation surgeries.
Use of robotically-assisted hysterectomy for minor gynecological conditions is on the rise in the U.S., despite the fact that these surgeries are costlier than traditional hysterectomy and have little short-term benefit, according to a new study.
The recent meningitis outbreak linked to compounding pharmacy has shown how important it is to be able to locate the center of the outbreak and how people must be equipped to deal with such emergencies. Now, you may not be a disease detective, but you can play a game of disease investigation at home.
Short telomere length is associated with increased odds of falling ill due to common cold, says a new study.
Deaths due to drug overdose have increased for the 11th consecutive year in the U.S., according to federal data released on Tuesday.
Cutting meat consumption by 50 percent can help get the nutrient cycles back on track by reducing the number of steps that it takes to get the food on the table, says a new report. The report has been commissioned by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Nestle has now recalled pasta meals from Italy and Spain due to reports of them being contaminated with horsemeat, the company announced Monday.
Anxiety drugs that end up in water are making fish risk-takers, as they have started becoming detached from their schools and eating all the food around them, according to a latest study.
The new coronavirus that has been linked to 12 infections, including 3 from a British family, can spread the infection and evade the immune system in humans just as easily as SARS or common cold virus, according to a new study. The good news is that the virus can be treated with immunotherapy.
According to a new study, caffeine in the mother's diet may be linked to a longer gestation period and babies with low birth weight.