A six month old baby from Wallsend, North Tyneside, is of those 500 hundred people in the world to suffer from one of the extremely rare chromosome disorder known as 'Emanuel Syndrome'.
A latest research on men's body self image reveal that men are more worried by what other men think of their bodies than their sexual partners.
A latest finding by researchers at the Duke Cancer Institute found that a new drug called bazedoxifene not only arrests estrogen from fueling the breast cancer cell growth but also marks the receptor of estrogen for destruction. This drug works even if the cancer has become resistant to the targeted...
Researchers believe that stem cells may be able to repair and regenerate immune responses in those with MS.
The mental health dictionary has prompted some concerns regarding the diagnosis of pediatric bipolar disorder and other behavioral mental issues.
Want to improve your memory? You may just need to have an injection. Scientists have discovered that memory improved in mice that were injected with a chemical that was discovered by UCSF researchers.
A new study conducted by researchers at the George Washington University found out that men who take anti- baldness drug lose their interest in consuming alcohol.
The world seems to have come to an end for the grieving family of Maria De Jesus who died after an unsupervised trainee surgeon removed one of her ovaries instead of her appendix.
Lilabai who reported of severe abdominal pain was initially admitted in Prakash Chand Sethi Hospital (PCS hospital) in Indore. On examining her, it came as a shock to the mother of three as well the doctors that she was pregnant with her fourth child.
The study that was conducted by researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), a single small molecule leads to stress on heart that in turn alters the muscle protein and induced poor pump function causing heart failure.
Those women giving birth for the first time, rate of complication for home birth was 2.3 per 1000 when compared to 3.1 per 1000 planned birth at hospital. Those having a planned home delivery had a19.6 per 1000 was the rate of postpartum haemorrhage and for planned hospital birth it was 37.6 per 100...
We already know that what you eat can have some major effects on the potential health of your child. However, a new study suggests that certain plant compounds may actually lower the risks of birth defects related to penis size.