For many men, chronic inflammation can nearly double their risk for prostate cancer compared to those with little to no inflammation.
A new brain-related discovery could potentially revolutionize the way doctor's treat attention-deficit disorders.
A recent study lead by Northwestern Medicine scientists has shown potential leads on new treatments for scleroderma, a chronic, connective tissue disease with symptoms that can range from mild to life threatening.
Researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine have found that the anti-seizure drug ezogabine could potentially help in the road to recovery from alcoholism.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning Thursday regarding a common surgical procedure that's used to remove uterine fibroids and benign tumors.
A recent study shows how one in 20 adults are misdiagnosed in outpatient clinics throughout the United States.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota have uncovered a pattern of "environmental injustice," suggesting that minorities may be disproportionately exposed to areas near toxic waste, landfills and other pollutants.
Tahlia Raven was the fourth child in the UK to reportedly die from the 'slapped cheek' virus since 2006.
Birth can be a traumatic and emotional experience for mother and child. For the newborn in particular, how he or she enters the world may determine future health issues.
A recent study conducted by researchers from New York University shows a direct connection between higher local homicide rates and the number of failed elementary students.
A recent study conducted by researchers with the National Institute on Aging shows that apathy, or lack of emotion, may be one of the first signs to suggest a deteriorating mind during old age.
Just as that afternoon slump hits, many of his might enjoy a little nap to feel rejuvenated, refreshed and less grouchy during the rest of the day. Yet a recent study shows that if you're frequently catching some extra sleep before bedtime, it could be sign of a greater health issue.