Scientists altered the genetic instructions in the teen’s bone marrow so that it will produce healthy red blood cells.
Experts warn parents of the looming dangers that Adderall is used recreationally.
Premature babies are receiving soothing comfort from colorful crochet octopus.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer opens up about the looming risks of recreational marjauana and how it can be linked to opioid abuse.
Smashing objects helps relieve stress and can be an alternate form of therapy. People put on protective gear, pick a weapon and choose the items they want to destroy.
Malaysian government-sponsored film suggests homosexuality can be cured. The video that was posted of Facebook received thousands of comments.
Unlike a couch-based counselling session, therapy with walking makes the client feel present in the moment of the environment.
Researchers believe that a personality change may happen if one is willing to focus and do the process systematically.
The study also finds that men commit suicide more than women, but men do not seek psychological help as much as women.
Goat Yoga is the new in thing in the yoga world. Bring your mat with you, the goats will be provided.
Modafinil is sold in different brand names all over the world; Atomoxetine is among of those drugs tested by Vlaev's team. Atomoxetine has been used for ADHD, another form of impulsive conditions
At times, most of us experience the changes in season. Some would welcome it though it may come with something that one least expects.
A study says pediatricians can cure depression in teens through cognitive behavioral therapy. These teens that received the therapy recovered faster and their chance to recover is higher compared to those teen did not undergo a primary care-based counseling.
A new study by researchers from Stanford University reveals that exposure to flashing light at night while asleep may help people fight jet lag.
A promising new treatment known as proton treatment for children with brain tumors offer the same level of efficacy as the conventional photon radiotherapy but with significantly lower IQ loss and fewer side effects.
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.