After adjusting the depression scale to include symptoms seen in males, researchers found that men are just as likely to suffer from depression as women are.
A new study found that grandmothers who are fulltime caregivers of their grandkids experience more depressive symptoms in comparison to grandmothers who are not caregivers.
Researchers discovered that girls suffering from anorexia also have symptoms that resemble autism even though they were never diagnosed with the behavioral disorder.
Cancer Research UK reported that the survival rate for testicular cancer in the UK is now 96 percent.
Researchers report that testosterone levels might be tied to Parkinson's disease in mice models.
Ida Tin, 34, believes that her company can perfect the period tracker app within the near future and give women a viable birth control alternative.
A new study suggests that children and young adults who have suffered more than one concussion within the same year might have a longer recovery period.
Researchers found that when mosquitoes transfered the malaria parasite, the genetic activity of the parasite resets and results in a less severe form of malaria.
Researchers study Down syndrome affected cells produced by skin cells from people with the condition and found certain gene changes that could be linked to symptoms associated with the disorder.
Researchers found that women who suffer from hot flashes during menopause also had worse memories.
A new study confirmed that ketamine, known as a club drug, can ease the symptoms of depression.
A new study reports that taking vitamin D supplements can ease the symptoms of fatigue and improve quality of life for Crohn's disease patients who are in remission.
Study finds that a large amount of young women are deviating from the instructions on their contraceptives in order to achieve fewer menstruations.
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ building has evacuated most of its 1,500 employees after receiving a suspicious letter that was believed to contain anthrax.
Vitamins may help ease symptoms in patients with diabetes, according to a new study.
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.