The most long-lasting scars of poverty may not be so easy to spot right away. According to new findings published in JAMA Pediatrics, for children growing up in poverty, this will most likely affect their development.
New findings published in the journal Pediatrics reveal that children prescribed antibiotics are twice as likely to develop juvenile arthritis as those who do not take the drugs.
A new study presented at the annual Alzheimer's Associational International Conference found that levels of metabolites found in saliva may help doctors diagnose Alzheimer's disease, based on results presented Sunday.
Scientists have uncovered a centuries-old shipwreck off of the coast of North Carolina. The ship was actually discovered accidentally after researchers used sonar scanning technology.
Chinese toddler Hanhan was born with a rare congenital disorder known as hydrocephalus, a condition in which the brain fills with cerebrospinal fluids that are unable to properly drain from the skull; this has left the young girl's head three time's its normal size. Yet fortunately, doctor's have be...
Restaurant food may be just as unhealthy as meals at some fast-food joints, according to recent findings published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
People who deal with tinnitus have what's oftentimes described as a "phantom" ringing in the ears that may be constant in some suffering from the health issue. Yet new findings published in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery suggest that some patients may benefit from a treatment th...
New findings published in the journal Nature Communications have found new evidence of enzyme deficiency in lymphomas.
Health officials are still working to understand diseases like autism and schizophrenia as well as how they affect the development of the brain. New research published in the journal Cell reveals that a larger head size--or macrocephaly--is oftentimes seen in children with severe autism spectrum dis...
Forty-four years since the experiment first took place, a new movie on the extremely controversial study hits the big screen.
New findings published in the journal Academic Emergency Medicine reveal that a pill may be more effective in the treatment of some potentially fatal blood clots.