As new Ebola infections take hold, researchers continue to look for a cure.
Kraft Food Group voluntarily recalled 8,000 cases of the popular American Singles cheese on Friday
The L.A. porn industry is under an indefinite film moratorium after another one of its performers tested positive for HIV on Thursday--a condition that progressively threatens the immune system and currently has no cure.
Most of us love pizza, but did you know that science has now confirmed that mozzarella is the perfect cheese for this Italian dish?
Recent findings have also shown that overweight teens are more likely to smoke than their normal-weight counterparts.
Recent findings have revealed that heroin overdoses have claimed the lives of 420 people in New York within the last year, alone.
While previous studies have shown that e-cigarettes are likely healthier than traditional cigarettes, the jury is still out on the long-term effects of this relatively new device.
Recent findings presented by researchers at Yale University show that a handful of bacterial culprits may be the driving force of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
It might seem like something straight out of a science fiction movie. Yet rest-assured, scientists are busy working on how to replace feelings of sadness, grief and pain with more pleasant or neutralized emotions.
Recent findings published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) have found that the hormone erythropoietin (EPO), which has been used illegally by athletes to boost their performance, could help to protect the brains of newborns if given directly after birth.
New findings help to more precisely identify certain subtypes of breast cancer with classification that could help to also improve treatments and target treatments for the disease.
Statistics show that millions throughout the world are affected by cancer. While those dealing with the health issue are often struggle with depression as a side-effect of symptoms or related health treatments, recent research published in The Lancet Psychiatry, The Lancet and The Lancet Oncology ha...