The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is switching up its guidelines for the first time in over 50 years. The changes press on the importance of safety that would essentially reduce the yearly rate of foodborne illnesses.
A lawsuit was filed Tuesday, alleging that plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Walton of Plastic Surgery Chicago violated the privacy of Sabrina Kropp's facial reconstruction surgery from 2004 when he posted pictures of her nose on his website.
Children who are born preterm are not at an increased risk of dyscalculia or math-based learning disorders, despite what previous research has shown. However, developmental psychologists say there is a need for more standardized diagnostic criteria to correctly label certain impairments.
Some people seem to be able to function well on little to no sleep. Now, though, scientists have found that there may be a genetic basis for being able to function normally despite a lack of sleep.
A major scientific review states that e-cigarettes are less harmful to users or bystanders as compared to conventional cigarettes.
Women using birth control pills, which contain high-dose estrogen, face an elevated risk of developing breast cancer, a new study reveals.
A new research has found that prolonged exposure to loud noise alters brain's response to speech.
Medication helps improve parenting skills of adults with ADHD, reveals a new study by Penn State College of Medicine researchers.
Alcohol has been a part of military culture for long; however, a new study reveals that women military veterans are less likely to drink as compared to their civilian counterparts.
Depression and pain isn't good for anyone. However, a new study published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology shows that for dialysis patients, it can be an even more deadly combination than usual.
Previous studies have discussed the benefits of breastfeeding. However, this option may not always be possible for some mothers with certain medical conditions.