Researchers reported that obese teenagers who lose weight are more likely to develop eating disorders.
After collecting fecal samples of tomb bats in Saudi Arabia, researchers discovered MERS-CoV in one of the samples that was 100 percent identical to the MERS-CoV that infected and killed a 60-year-old businessman.
Researchers report that Holocaust survivors had a longer life expectancy than compatriots who were not a part of the horrible events.
Researchers report that smoking is still under-treated by physicians in comparison to other chronic illnesses.
Heart disease affects men more than women, but a new study reveals that young women tend to be less healthy than young men before heart attacks.
Two Las Vegas restaurants have been shut down after at least 200 people have fallen ill from dining there.
Approximately one-third of people in their sixties go through a "late-life crisis," British psychologists suggest.
A recent study has found that exposure to certain chemicals, like some of the ones found in plastics and in jet fuel, may cause genetic defects for generations afterward.
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.