New findings published in the journal Neurology suggest that migraines may be linked to Bell's Palsy.
New findings published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology show that Illinois is the most critical hub in the network of U.S. domestic food transfers.
Obesity has been tagged as a disability, according to Europe's top court. On Thursday, officials ruled that obese employees will be granted specific protection under European laws, providing better support for obese staff.
A 2-month-old was recently diagnosed with a very rare disease that makes it impossible for her to receive a simple hug. Named Kiira Kinkle, the little girl was born with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa, which causes the skin to blister and rupture from minor friction.
Climate change is having a big impact on our environment. But it also has the potential to completely transform agriculture. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at future predictions to determine exactly what the agriculture business might face in the coming years.
Patients may not always be so honest with their doctor. Recent findings published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine found that close to one in two patients withhold clinically sensitive information from healthcare providers.
Statistics show that stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States, with more than 140,000 people dying from the health issue every year. Treatment and recovery can be rather challenging and timing plays a critical factor when it comes to getting help. Now, new studies conducted by...
Statistics show that veterans are at an increased risk to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which can increase the risk of suicide. Yet a new study published in the journal LGBT Health examines how transgendered veterans are at an even higher suicide risk than non-transgendered coun...
Recent findings published in the journal Reproductive Sciences show that men who have been infected with Ebola should wear condoms for a minimum of three months.
Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis have been thought to hold a genetic or environmental component. A recent study published in Genome Medicine further examines how some individuals dealing with these related illnesses could have inherited intestinal bacteria or had antibiotics that could have ha...
A study may just support the fact that men are idiots--sort of. Scientists have examined sex differences in idiotic risk-taking behavior, and have found that when it comes to not thinking, men may come out on top.
If we know anything about most people, they don't like change. Now, recent findings published in the journal of the Association for Psychological Science shows that having an "average" looking snoot in most ways is a good thing, when it comes to trustworthiness and likability.