The widespread incorrect use of car seats by parents taking newborns home from the hospital ups the risk of injury in a crash, states a new study.
Researchers have estimated that by 2050 a large number of fish will vanish from the tropics due to the changing temperatures.
Patients who undergo plastic surgery to reshape their bodies after bariatric procedures successfully maintain "significantly greater" weight loss, a study finds.
A team of researchers has found that the use of topical antibiotics during clinical trials to prevent pneumonia in patients in the intensive care unit does not offer any significant benefit.
A new study warns parents that putting infants to sleep on sofa or other soft surface is dangerous.
For mothers who continue to breastfeed their children beyond the age of 1 consider their child's physical and social development to be more important than the advice of health care professionals, family and friends.
A new U.K. study reveals that lung cancer can remain inactive for almost 20 years before suddenly appearing as an aggressive form of the disease.
A team of researchers has discovered that exposure to cold temperatures facilitates weight loss.
The U.S. FDA panel gave a nod to a new drug, Akynzeo, to treat nausea and vomiting linked with chemotherapy.
A latest study challenges the popular belief that smoking cannabis makes them more creative by stating that the illicit drug, in fact, hinders creativity.
Researchers at the University of Washington found that the release of ammonia by small migrating animals dramatically affects the chemistry of ocean.