A Turkish housewife is the first woman in the world to become pregnant after undergoing a womb transplant.
Some veterinarians believe marijuana can be used to help pets with certain illnesses.
According to a new Gallup poll, a predominantly Latino border community is the most obese in the U.S. Approximately 38.5 percent of the residents in the Texas metro area known as McAllen-Edinburg-Mission are obese.
In today's day and age, it can be difficult to afford the proper treatment for an illness. And that is the case for Abdul Rahman and his daughter, Roona Begum, who is suffering from hydrocephalus.
A drug commonly found in weight loss supplements is now potentially being taken off the market, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
A new study suggests that botox injections, commonly used to get rid of laughter lines, may cause some to become more depressed because it prevents them from being able to smile properly.
A recent study shows that listening to certain sounds may improve the quality of your sleep.
According to a new government report, approximately one in eight working-age adults say they have skipped doses of their medications or even delayed filling prescriptions in order to save a little bit of money.
Hedonic hyperphagia is the scientific term for recreational over-eating. It is used to describe eating in excess for pleasure rather than hunger.
According to a study conducted by researchers at the Karolinska Institute and the University of Copenhagen, obesity and weight loss alters markers on DNA that are known to control gene expression.
Generally, apple-shaped bodies are known to carry several health risks. A recent study published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology states that people with apple-shaped bodies are more inclined to suffer from renal diseases.
Researchers were astonished by the surprising result of their analysis of brain scans, showing that the level of pain can be revealed in universal patterns. This is a major breakthrough that makes it possible to measure pain objectively for the first time.