The next animal astronaut of Iran may turn to be a distinctive and locally named Persian cat, an official said on Monday.
At least two million Americans fall ill from antibiotic bacteria every year and at least 23,000 die from those infections, according to a report released by CDC on Monday.
For the first time, Butterball Turkey Talk Line is enlisting the help of men for its Turkey Talk Line during the holidays.
Patients those who have longer-lasting chest pain are more likely to have a heart attack than those who have it for a shorter duration, a new study has found.
In near future, a promising new AIDS vaccine may be able to completely eradicate HIV viruses from the body, a new study has claimed.
Doctors have suggested that women should aim to have children before turning 35.
The risk of developing womb cancer can be reduced by drinking coffee, a new study suggests.
NASA scientists are using former military surveillance drones to help them understand more about how tropics storms intensify. They believe that the study can ultimately save lives by improving the accuracy of the forecast.
A Los Angeles woman is suing an area hospital and her anesthesiologist for allegedly putting a mustache and stickers on her face during surgery. She claims that the prank violated her dignity and endangered her death.
The US Food and Drug Administration has recently announced safety labeling changes and post-market study requirements for extended-release and long-acting opioid analgesics.
Experts working on treatments based on the use of stem cells have issued strong warnings about the risks if patients use unproven therapies.
Keeping a lid on your emotions can actually knock years off your life, a study at Harvard School shows.
Whether women in their 40s benefit from getting mammograms to detect breast cancer is quite controversial, but a new study attest in favor of more frequent screening in this age group.
According to a new study, certain females consume male ejaculate and sperm as if they were food, using nutrients to fuel their own bodies as well as eggs.
It has been advised that you should not ignore stomach pain as it could indicate a critical ailment that often leads to death. The ailment goes unnoticed in 70 percent of the cases.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.