Sierra Leone’s health minister confirmed 12 new cases and two deaths as a result of the Ebola virus. News broke earlier this week that the country confirmed five cases and two deaths after many believed the outbreaks were stabilized and subsiding.
Want people to think your face looks more attractive? Then try some perfume. Scientists have found that women's faces are rated as more attractive in the presence of pleasant odors.
On Thursday, FDA officials announced that sunlamp products and UV lamps will be reclassified as low-risk devices to moderate-risk.
It turns out that Lyme disease may be far older than we first thought. Although the disease was only recognized about 40 years ago, scientists have discovered 15-million-year-old ticks fossilized in amber that once had the bacteria that causes Lyme disease today.
Previous studies have shown that nearly one-third of patients with an autism spectrum disorder also have epilepsy. Up until recently, however, only limited clinical research showed a connection between the two neurological conditions.
Scientists have found that hookahs can create hazardous concentrations of indoor pollution and poses an increased risk from diminished air quality for both employees and patrons of hookah bars.
Men who frequently look at pornography may experience a reduction of the gray matter volume found in the reward centers of their brains.
A new study reveals that it is better to be bullied at workplace than being ignored.
Marmoset, a squirrel-sized monkey, provide clues to lowering stillbirth in pregnant mothers, according to a new study.
A study ties deficiency of zinc before conception to fertility and pregnancy problems.
A new pilot study reveals that vibration exercise helps in lowering pain and enhancing quality of life among those diagnosed with fibromyalgia.