Head injuries could be more assessed through the new cognitive testing devices approved by the FDA.
Scientists believe that ketamine can transform damaged nerves caused by depression.
A new study has found that dietary supplements are not that safe for consumption.
Hostess Brands has voluntarily recalled some of its products over the possibility of having peanut residue in its line of cakes and doughnuts that were not reflected in the ingredient list.
The FDA warns that a drug, yet to be determined if can be sold to the market or not, may be subject to abuse.
Buprenorphine implant is now availabe for people with opioid dependency.
Michelle Obama 'added sugars' label may have been mandated under the purest of intentions but scientists claimed that tis is baseless.
North Carolina State University researchers have genetically engineered maggots to produce and then secrete a human growth factor which is known to help the wound healing process by stimulating cell growth and survival.
New findings presented by Canadian researchers show that macrolide antibiotics, including azithromycin, clarithromycin and erythromycin, no further increase these risks than nonmacrolide antibiotics.
Researchers at Emory University and the University of California San Francisco discovered that the drug belatacept, also sold as Nulojix, works better in organ survival of kidney transplant recipients.
What medical advances happened in 2015? There were a lot of them! Here are five great ones.
Though many companies have sworn off the use of antibiotics in food-producing, a new report from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found that sales of drugs to farms actually increased at a higher rate than the year before.