A recent study examines how mutations connected to a leukemia gene may also be related to childhood growth disorders. According to new research reports, all children studied and identified with the mutation in their DNA were taller than usual for their age and shared similar facial features and inte...
Pfizer Inc. announced Thursday that it is recalling the antidepressant Effexor XR along with other generic versions of the drug due to the discovery by a pharmacist that a different drug was contained in some bottles of Effexor.
Do you love ice cream and need to drop a few pounds? Well, if so, you're in luck. Gizmodo writer Brent Rose and girlfriend gave the Ice Cream Cleanse a try to rid some toxins from their body and a few extra pounds. This is the first-ever diet craze that was started by Kippy's, a vegan ice cream stor...
Look out for a new toy on the market. It's one of America's favorites: Barbie. Only with a twist. She's now a bit more human, with realistic body proportions made to fit the average woman (in doll form, that is.)
Both prescription and non-prescription aspirin can be used for a variety of reasons, for both significant needs as well as everyday use. Here’s what you need to know if you’re a regular user of aspirin.
For years, and still to this day, people have praised reaching 10,000 steps in a day for fitness purposes. Experts have said reaching this goal will likely improve your health. Yet there are truths and history behind the recommendation that many are unaware of.
A latest research paper claims that middle class working mothers quit work in order to avoid behaving like men.
A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention links severe diarrhea in children to the antibiotics prescribed in doctor's offices.
Though parents may worry about their children getting involved in sexual relationships early on, a recent study shows that offering them a means of protection via condoms and birth control pills will not encourage youth to engage in risky sexual behaviors.
A recent study looks at how too much exposure to traffic pollution can potentially alter the structure and function of the heart.
Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite and is primarily present in Africa, India, and South America. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there were 219 million cases of malaria worldwide in 2010, mostly in Africa.