The amount of weight gained during pregnancy is different for each woman, but the amount of pounds a woman puts on during stage has a direct effect on the weight of the infant.
A recent study confirms that each additional hour of television viewing in young children was linked with seven fewer minutes of daily sleep.
A new experimental treatment for Hepatitis C successfully cured over 90 percent of the patients with liver cirrhosis in just twelve weeks, new finding claims.
The essential vitamin D comes from the nutrients we consume and a hormone human body makes, but the low status of this vitamin D triggers non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in children, according to a new study.
Intake of iron supplements are often recommended to treat fatigue in women. A new study adds to this association by stating iron supplements improve women's performance in exercise.
For early breast cancer detection mammograms are essential, but a new study found that women suffering with diabetes are less likely to have a mammogram when compared to women without diabetes.
A recent study indicates that female patients are more likely than males to experience severe symptoms from concussion.
For conjoined twins Shivanath and Shivram Sahu, separation could help them function on their own. However, the 12-year-olds wouldn't dream of it.
Scientists from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center's Institute for Regenerative Medicine have successfully implanted human patients with laboratory-grown vaginas. Four teenage girls born with the rare genetic condition Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome were fitted with sex organs grow...
Electronic cigarettes. They epitomize a bad habit, made 'healthy'--or at least, we'd like to think so.
New insights into how the brain controls cell production could pave the way for future cancer treatments.
It’s been a long five years for United States Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. During her time working for the Obama Administration, she was an instrumental figure for enacting Obamacare among other health and medical related achievements.