More moms are breastfeeding than ever before, a report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), a panel of experts appointed with setting guidelines for screening and preventing major illnesses, has issued new guidelines for lung cancer screening in high-risk populations, particularly older people with a long history of smoking.
Scientists have successfully been able to implant a false memory in a mouse by manipulating brain cells that encode that information, according to a new study.
A new study says people suffering from cat allergies may soon get some relief.
If you planning to print anything using your 3D printing, be sure to open a window to let some fresh air in as a new study found that fumes from the printer can be hazardous over time.
A unique case of raccoon rabies is the cause of death after a US kidney donor died in 2011 and his transplant recipient 18 months later, US researchers said Tuesday.
Good news for the overall health of the US, but bad news for Beyonce.
After uncovering the secret of its strength, scientists are looking into ways of developing therapeutic use of the sticky threads that mussels use to attach themselves to rocks.
A forensic report following the death of 23 school children that died in India after eating lunch provided by the school, was due to a "highly toxic" concentrated form of insecticide that was in the oil, a forensic report and police said.
A roller coaster ride turned deadly for one woman as she rode the world's tallest steel-hybrid coaster at Six Flags in Texas, and tragically fell to her death Friday night, according to the Dallas News.
Just two days after experiencing perhaps the most terrifying experience of his life, Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano shared what it was like to have his helmet filled with water during a space walk earlier on Tuesday.
Exercise in a pill? That may sound too good to be true, but scientists say they are close to developing g a drug that gives us the benefits of exercising without having to actually move a muscle.
Drinking water daily has many benefits - from flushing the system of toxins to keeping a person hydrated - and now researchers of a small study found that those who drank water before performing a task had 14 percent faster reaction time.
At least 20 children in India have died after eating a free lunch at their school, authorities confirmed on Wednesday, according to the AFP.
Viagra, the little magic blue pill for men with erectile problems, may also be the magic pill for treating under-developed babies.
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.