Diabetics may have a new way to check their condition-without drawing blood. Scientists have created a new method that uses a laser to measure people's blood sugar.
Reading "Fifty Shades of Grey" may not be good for your health. Researchers have found that young adult women who read the book are more likely than nonreaders to exhibit signs of eating disorders and have a verbally abusive partner.
Penn State researchers observed that most of the primary care physicians present in rural communities fail to routinely screen women for intimate partner violence (IPV).
Lizards have the amazing ability to regenerate their tails. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at this unique ability and have discovered the genetic "recipe" for lizard tail regeneration.
A mindfulness-based therapy for depression reduces healthcare visits among those who often see their family doctors.
A new study highlights the environmental source of fungal infection that has been worsening the condition of HIV/AIDS patients residing in Southern California for decades.
Researchers have presented a strong association between low birth weight and increased risk of type-2 diabetes in African-American women.
Researchers have identified that young girls with an intense, red, itchy rash on their outer genital organs are at potential risk of developing urinary tract infections (UTIs).
The FDA panel has approved a new drug Cerdelga to treat those with type 1 form of Gaucher disease.
A new report shows increasing rates of "suicide tourism" in Switzerland.
Recent findings published in the journal Neurology show that catching a common cold or the flu can significantly increase stroke risk in some children.