Whether a tumour develops from individual cancer cells and whether metastases are formed depends on many factors in the affected tissue.
A national survey conducted by researchers from Indiana University shows that many are confused about the best ways to conserve water.
Based on two dozen clinical trials, U.S. researchers find that expensive mattress covers make no difference in reducing dust mite allergies or their symptoms.
Several examinations show that studies eating fish can be beneficial for your body when it comes to healthy cholesterol levels.
Phellodendron amurense is the bark of the Amur cork tree. It's also used in ancient Chinese medicine. Its long history of healing powers is now thought to have the potential to fight pancreatic cancer.
Lyme disease is transmitted to humans through blacklegged ticks that are infected with the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi. Medical experts believe that the already-broad definition of the disease has led to poor treatments and misdiagnoses.
A recent report shows that food allergies may be increasing in children, and for black children, the problem may be doubling. This 2013 investigation also examines that the United States spending budget of close to $25 billion each year on food allergy-related costs, alone.
A rare gene mutation may be responsible for a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, even in old and obese patients, according to researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine.
A recent study shows that sound machines specifically designed to help infants get a good night's rest may actually do more harm than good.
It is not just the human hands that harbour greater number of bacteria species as a latest study reveals that stethoscopes hold large bacteria colonies than the doctors' hand.
Health officials are baffled by a high number of rare birth defects that have hit Washington state. Anencephaly, a rare, tragic birth defect, has caused many infants to be born missing parts of their brains and/or skulls.