New study shows that fast food may harm consumers because of the harmful chemicals, such as phthalates, it contains.
Diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis vaccine frequency for 7-year-old children is recently being questioned.
A study has revealed that environmental pollutants thriving in fishes obstruct a person's natural body defense to fight harmful toxins.
Scientists were able to grow skin with hair follicles and sweat glands in lab, sucessfully connecting it with nerves and muscle fibers.
Health experts believe that the outbreak will reach the United States in the summer but will not be widespread.
A genetic mutation experiment caused stuttering in mice, which can further help in studying the speech disorder in humans.
A paralyzed man can move his hands and accomplish simple tasks because of an electronic neural bypass.
New Jersey women may soon find relief from menstrual cramps through medical marijuana, if the move is approved within the state.
Stanford University researchers conlcuded tat life expectancy and income are directly proportional in the United States.
Insulin prices have increased in many folds, endangering diabetic patients who could not afford the prescribed treatment.
Cancer patients who are married are more likely to survive the fatal disease because of the spouse's support.