Eating a healthy diet could help lower the risk of ovarian cancer in African-American women, according to a recent study.
A team of researchers have created a surgically implantable, artificial kidney that performs all the functions of a typical human kidney, and it replaces the need for traditional dialysis and kidney transplants among patients.
Dietary potassium may help prevent kidney and heart problems in diabetics, according to a recent study.
Providing a single drop of blood may be enough to detect, classify and pinpoint the location of cancer, according to a recent study.
This new technique could be potentially used in a range of scientific application fields such as biotechnology, organic electronics, bio-medicine along with chemo-sensors, according to the researchers from RMIT University's Indian Institute of Chemical Technology Research Centre.
Health officials now estimate that as many as one in 45 children have autism.
Some perfumes may be just as good or even better at warding away mosquitoes than some mosquito repellents, according to a recent study.
While looking at an MRI of her liver, health officials found an aneurysm near her kidney even though Evensen had not had any symptoms regarding the problem.
What we eat can influence our mood, particularly if we're surprised or disappointed with a certain food product, according to a recent study.
Feeling feverish? Could it actually be from stress?
A new study shows how important pausing is during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR.)