Tressa Montalvo, a 36-year-old woman from Texas, got a very rare one-in-70-million type of delivery this Valentine's day when she delivered two sets of identical twin boys.
Hundreds of thousands of children the world over can be saved if mothers begin breast-feeding early, says a new report from Save the Children.
Researchers have created a new pill that mimics the action of liver and speeds up the processing of alcohol in the body. The pill can be an antidote for intoxication, researchers say, making hangovers a thing of the past.
A new study has found that in vitro fertilization does not increase a woman's risk of breast cancer or other types of cancers, according to Reuters Health.
Parents can encourage kids to be more pro-social by letting them watch educational content on television, says a new study. Researchers involved in the study found that just changing the content, and not duration, lowered aggression in children.
Even with all the brushing, flossing and rinsing, many people still suffer from toothache and rotting teeth. Researchers have now found that bacteria that cause dental cavities have evolved with changing diets and left the human mouth in, as Alan Cooper, lead author of the study puts it, a "permanent disease state".
Exercising isn't just good for your body, but also helps improve mental abilities, according to an expert on the role of physical fitness on cognitive performance, Art Kramer, who is a professor of psychology from University of Illinois.
The number of people being diagnosed with diabetes in the U.S. is increasing at a tremendous pace. But, the good news is that now people are better equipped to take care of their health after a diabetes diagnosis. A new study has found that good diabetes management has increased from being 2 percent in 1988 to 19 percent in 2010.
Children who become overtly anxious and can't cope with stress are at a high risk of developing obesity later in life, says a new study.
According to a new study, young women who have many sexual partners have a high risk of getting addicted to alcohol or marijuana later in life.
The Food and Drug Administration has now warned the public about fake dietary supplements that have been promoted over the Internet as treatments for flu, according to media reports.
Researchers have now found why having diabetes type-2 increases a person's risk of dying from sudden heart attack.
A compound derived from a plant from India can be used to treat many types of cancers, including breast, prostate and endometrial cancers, says a new study.
Too much sugar can be a bad thing if you are watching your weight. However, pouring granulated sugar over wounds can speed up the healing process, according to a latest research from the U.K.
About 75 percent of Californians believe that regularly drinking sodas like Coke, Pepsi, and mountain Dew can increase in a person's chances of being overweight and two-thirds (68 percent) of the voters say that they'd support soda tax if the proceeds go for improving kids' health at school, according to results from Field Poll announced on Thursday.