The heart medication dexrazoxane or dexra for short may improve survival and prevent ovarian damage after chemotherapy, according to a recent study.
Many health risks come with obesity. Yet did you know it could also rob the body's ability of properly absorbing vitamin A, which is essential for maintaining healthy skin and teeth?
Forty-seven-year-old Judy Brown didn't know she was pregnant until one hour before she gave birth at Beverly Hospital in Beverly, Massachusetts on Wednesday.
Monkeys in Asia may actually have a virus from humans. Scientists have found that macaques harbor more diverse astroviruses, which can cause infectious gastroenteritis, or diarrhea, in humans.
A study from the University of Washington revealed that children have a sense of self-esteem by age five that's comparable to that of adults.
Human intervention isn't always a bad thing, and that's especially true when it comes to the Saimaa ringed seal. Scientists have found that humans can help the critically endangered seal cope with climate change.
If one child in a family is allergic to a certain food, it doesn't mean that his or her sibling would also be allergic to it, according to a recent study.
Two genetic variants may alter the brain's response to high-calorie foods, according to a recent study.
Junk food is not good for you. But it's probably not the reason you're overweight, either.
The movement meditation tai chi as well as cognitive behavioral therapy may help reduce insomnia-related inflammation, according to a recent study.
Older women who increase their typical amount of sleep by more than two hours may be at a greater risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study.
Contrary to previous recommendations, researchers have found that resistance activities, along with mild physical activities such as swimming and walking, can help pregnant women relieve symptoms related to pregnancy and improve overall sense of control.