Researchers in Sweden found light can be used to examine the lungs of premature babies without exposing them to radiation, according to a recent study.
A startling report by the Nordic Cochrane Center and University College London (UCL) revealed a startling conclusion linking anti-depressants with doubled suicide risks in children and teens.
In a new American Academy of Neurology statement, Dr. Gary Franklin concluded that long-term use of opioids might do more harm than good.
Fast weight loss is everybody's secret wish. However this tempting wish can have severe detrimental effects on your health. Aside physical harm, fast weight loss may even cause mental stress and depression.
The FDA is spending $270 million on studies that will examine the safety of e-cigarettes.
According to a new report, the Environmental Protection Agency does not always inform their test subjects about the potenital dangers of participating in their studies
A new study reported that higher levels of vitamin D could boost breast cancer survival rates.
America's higher legal drinking age law is saving countless lives, according to a new study.
The American Heart Association released a new set of stroke prevention guidelines for women.
The CDC reported that lung cancer rates for men and women have fallen over the years.
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.
An English couple welcomed home their identical triplets after beating the odds of 160,000 to one.
A new poll revealed that a lot of American adults are still unaware of the potential risks involved with taking too much Tylenol.
Two studies revealed that doctors, even if they are trained to discuss the PSA test, are still not having the conversation with their patients frequently enough.
Researchers found that when patients were given antibiotics, their risks of developing an urinary tract infection lowered.
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.