The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a third drug with a breakthrough therapy to treat chronic hepatitis C.
When compared to any car accidents, trucking crashes are reported to be more devastating. Every year trucks are responsible for nearly 4,500 deaths alone in the United Sates, according to a latest study.
A latest study claims that women are in a good relationship are more likely to be satisfied with their body weight, irrespective of whether or not they had an ideal weight. Also they had a higher self esteem and lower self consciousness.
A recent study looks at the potential of adding a new drug regiment in order to improve the outcome of stem cell transplantation.
So remember like, totally in the 90s when there were like, valley girls? Well, according to a recent study led by California scientists, there are like totally valley boys, too.
A recent study looks at the possibility of gene therapy in preventing leukemia and other blood cancers.
Childhood obesity is a growing problem, so it's not surprising that researchers are continuing to look at what might cause this condition and how best to treat it. Now, scientists have discovered something new when it comes to weight gain in children. It turns out that parental stress is linked to o...
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects individuals across the U.S. and around the world. Now, though, scientists are investigating a potentially transformative new therapy for autism that could alleviate the symptoms associated with it. The new therapy has the potential to be life-changing for all t...
A vaccine that is used to prevent tuberculosis (TB), can be used to stave off multiple sclerosis (MS) in those displaying the initial symptoms of the disease, claims a new study.
A team of researchers have identified an active component present in the extract of the grape seed that is effective in killing the cancerous prostrate cells without harming the person.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved a new drug to treat what's medically referred to as Peyronies disease, or a crooked penis.
It might not come as much of a surprise that healthier diets cost more than our favorite McDonald's Happy Meal, but up until now, not much of a comparison between the healthy and the "tasty but terrible" had been defined.