Intensifying at its peak, mental illnesses are considered to be even more piercing and aching than physical maladies.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that people do not understand the threat that drug-resistant superbugs pose for public health.
Malaria has been rampant in some parts of world and the key to its growth has been explained by the scientists
It is common for people to have thoughts of extreme aggression and harm as a result of obsessions. The examples would include thoughts of jumping in front of an oncoming vehicle or killing another person or abusing a child etc
One in five New Yorkers deals with mental health issues, a new report concluded.
The FDA approved the drug combination of Cotellic (cobimetrinib) with Zelboraf (vemurafenib) for patients with a specific form of melanoma.
When parents of Layla Richards, an infant, were told that their daughter will die, it left them heartbroken and devastated. From the time she turned 14 weeks old, she has been enduring treatment for severe lymphoblastic leukemia
The doctors will begin their clinical trials to prove the theory if high dose of Vitamin C should be administered along with regular medication to enhance the survival rates among cancer patients.
Fewer rheumatoid arthritis patients are dying from heart disease, a new study found.
The CDC reported that cefixime is not as effective at treating gonorrhea as before.
If you are dealing with chronic neck pain, it might be time to try acupuncture or the Alexander technique.
A study found that 21 percent of pediatricians will turn down an unvaccinated child.
A new literature review found that "water on the knee," or knee effusion, could be an early sign of Lyme disease.
People suffering with severe acne often remain on antibiotics for too long, a new study concluded.
Fewer Americans are dying from the common causes of death, a new study is reporting.