According to a new study, if hospitals performed fewer blood transmissions, they could reduce the infection rates by 20 percent.
The CDC reported that the flu vaccine can cut children's hospitalization risk by 74 percent.
Girls belonging to age group 14-19, who are focused on their future and have higher levels of maturity are less likely to be sexually active, a new research has found.
Weight-loss surgery can reduce one's uterine cancer risk by 71 percent, a new study reported.
Experts reported that water births are not safe and could lead to extremely dangerous situations for both mother and child.
Even slightly elevated blood pressure readings could increase stroke risk, a new study reported.
A new study reported that women who drank before and right after conception increased their risk of giving birth preterm.
People who are diagnosed with nonmelanoma skin cancer are at increased risk to get affected by melanoma and other types of cancers, according to a new study. The link is stronger among young people.
The CDC reported that the number of out-of-hospital births is the highest ever in 37 years.
Secondhand smoke can cause irreversible damage to children's arteries, a new study reported.
Self-employed men tend to have higher levels of testosterone, a new study reported.
Having frequent angry outbursts could increase one's risk of a heart attack, according to a new study.
Washington state officials have started investigating the rise in the number of neural tube defects.
A Mayo Clinic study found that dental extractions before heart surgery could increase risk of complications.
Evolution of black skin in early humans might have happened to protect against a very high risk of dying from ultraviolet light (UV)- induced skin cancer, according to a new study.