Carbon monoxide poisoning in Michigan killed one teenage boy and has caused hospitalization to kids exposed with the chemicals in a hotel pool in the Southern part of the state.
The American Red Cross has been responding to a number of fire emergencies across the United States which usually spikes during the cold winter season.
An Oregon-based research suggests that people have at least a four-week window with warning signs prior to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
A new discovery in Eastern France reveals clashes that took not only lives but also the limbs, 6000-years-ago.
One of the most exclusive clubs of Great Britain is called the Guinea Pig Club and to be its member, it is mandatory for the members to have undergone at least two reconstructive surgeries at the Queen Victoria Cottage Hospital in East Grinstead located in UK and that too by the pioneering surgeon, Archibald McIndoe
According to a new study, children who are bully-victims are more likely to suffer from sleep-related problems, such as nightmares.
Women with severe mental illness are up to five times more likely than the general population to be the victims of a sexual assault, according to a new study.
Victims who are repeatedly assaulted, but not necessarily violently raped, show greater levels of psycho-behavioral consequences than previously thought, a new study is reporting.
A new study found that children who were victims of bullying tended to suffer more from chronic, systemic inflammation that lasts into adulthood.
A new study reported that fewer teens are being bullied today in school.
In a new study, researchers found that victims, bullies, and victims who are also bullies are all at risk of developing mental health issues later on in life.
In a new study, researchers reported that bullies and bullies who are also victims engaged in more risky sexual behaviors when compared to victims and teenagers who were not involved with bullying at all.
Researchers found that parents underestimate how often their children get cyber bullied.
Researchers found that children who are bully victims are more likely to report physical symptoms, such as body aches, that do not have clear medical causes.
Researchers found that even though schools have anti-bullying programs, these programs might not actually be reducing the number of victims.
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.