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.
Scientists have found that it's possible for the U.S. to be mostly sun and wind power by 2030.
The global footprint of nitrogen has been mapped for the very first time. Encompassing 188 countries, the new map reveals that the United States, China, India and Brazil are responsible for 46 percent of the world's nitrogen emissions.
More people under 50 are getting colon cancer, according to a recent study.
What medical advances happened in 2015? There were a lot of them! Here are five great ones.
Younger pregnant mothers may face a higher risk of health problems in their 40s, according to a recent study.
Scientists may have found the hotspots for the plague in the western United States.
New findings published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute show that mammograms and ultrasonography are equally as effective at detecting breast cancer.
Low-intensity electromagnetic waves prolonged survival in brain tumor patients--particularly those with glioblastoma--who were already treated with chemotherapy, according to a recent study.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that life expectancy for a newborn is about 79 years old for the third year year in a row.
Roughly 30 percent of the 600 million who fall ill are children, researchers say; that's 420,000 people who die every year--125,000 who happen to be children under the age of five.