Black cracks with racism, a new study suggests. Scientists found that racial discrimination may accelerate aging at the cellular level in African-American men.
Scientists have found a genetic mutation that causes lupus in mice.
A Texas girl who is suffering from a rare weight-gain disorder has been able to raise enough money from the helping community to pay for lifesaving surgery.
Researchers discovered that an antioxidant was effective in treating a MS-like disease in mice models.
Coffee and cigarettes are now being seen as something that can protect you from rare live disease called Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC), a new study finds.
Seems like the nuts will be sold out very soon. People who ate nuts on a regular basis, were less likely to die of heart disease or cancer, a study at Harvard proved.
Loss of a particular layer of retinal cells might be linked to Alzheimer’s presence in the body, a new study claims.
Sugar intake is not directly linked with fatty liver disease, a new study affirms.
An infant who was dying of rabies has infected his family with the deadly disease by biting them.
Based on new numbers, experts believe that the measles case in the U.S. in 2013 will be the worst year since 1996.
This past Sunday, Israel launched a nationwide vaccination program against polio that administered doses to 30,000 children on the first day.
Researchers from the University of Oxford found that one-third of throat cancer cases could be tied to HPV, a sexually transmitted infection.
Alzheimer's disease cuts the risk of developing cancer, and cancer decreases the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests.
Location of body fat can increase the risk of heart disease and cancer, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that single males and smokers are at a higher risk of developed HPV-related oral infections and cancers.