Bone marrow stem cell transplants are seen as a potential treatment for ALS disease.
Thirty minutes of jogging five times a week can lengthen a person's life span.
A new study suggests that low-dose aspirin could prevent breast cancer in women.
Sharing needles can infect someone with hepatitis C -- and opioid use could be the reason for such rise in hepatitis C cases.
A historic measles outbreak had hit Minnesota in almost 30 years.
Lamotrigine was supposed to control depression -- but it burned a woman inside out.
Scientists engineered a synthetic bone implant that could replace the painful bone marrow transplant in the future.
EpiPens can be used up to 4 years after expiry date, researchers say.
Aspergillus niger-derived prolyl endoprotease (AN-PEP) pills can enable gluten-sensitive people to eat small amounts of gluten-rich foods.
FDA approves the first new drug for ALS treatment in many years.
Being hostile and pessimistic could shorten telomeres and harm health, according to a study.