Hawaii is set to be the first American state with a law requiring insurance companies to cover costs of in vitro fertilization in surrogates and single women.
The NHS Scotland approved funding PrEP drugs for people at risk of contracting HIV.
An MIT study on how long-term memories are formed may shed light questions in Alzheimer's research.
Canadian researchers have found a link between pet ownership and developing allergies later in life and helping prevent obesity in children.
The FDA has approved the sale and marketing of a genetic test for disease risk called the Personal Genome Service Genetic Health Risk from the company 23andME.
Night owls have a variant gene that messes up the internal body clock of humans that is why they have irregular sleeping patterns.
Understanding how celiac disease develops is an urgent area of study as an increasing number of Americans are being diagnosed with the disease.
A new male contraceptive injection is close to have clinical trials in humans after being found to be reversible in the laboratory and have minimal side effects.
NASA will soon begin the final flight plan of the Cassini space probe mission this April and crash into Saturn in September.
Pharmaceutical giant has announced a voluntary recall of over 500,000 inhalers produced from their North Carolina plant.
The Institute for Space Medicine and Physiology are looking for volunteers who will stay in bed for sixty days.
The US Senate will discuss the nomination of Dr. Scott Gottlieb to the Food and Drug Administration but Democrats believe he is not fit for the job as he is deemed too close to the pharmaceutical industry.
The US funding cuts is set to remove budget earmarked for the UN Population Fund and international aid agencies.
The NIH has given the go signal for an experimental Zika virus vaccine trial that will make use of a DNA vaccine of the virus.
Scientists have created the bionic leaf that can produce its own fertilizer from natural sources.
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.