Could schizophrenia explain Thamsanqa Jantjie’s bizarre behavior?
Women with a high risk for breast cancer can cut their chances of developing the disease by 53% with the drug anastrozole after five years during a study.
Nobody likes to get stuck with a needle, but maybe lasers beforehand might take away some of the sting
It’s not real tobacco smoke, but the emissions from electronic cigarettes can still contain harmful ingredients.
It’s because a new study shows that people — including liars — are more honest than you think.
Half-a-million infected people threaten to spread the potent strand of tuberculosis further
Music can soothe the soul and speed along creativity, but it won’t, according to researchers from Harvard, boost intelligence.
Researchers conducted a test of the new four-strain influenza vaccine, available for the first time this year, to determine how well it protected against the flu in young children.
When it comes to cancer, sometimes less is more.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking the first steps toward phasing out non-treatment-based uses of antibiotics in agriculture.
Worldwide, the malaria mortality rate decreased by 45% between 2000 and 2012.
The TV-show host responds to criticism that she sensationalized concerns over the HPV vaccine
The erectile dysfunction medication Viagra may ease cramps for women, according to a new study reported on by the Los Angeles Times.
The new research, published in the journal Human Reproduction, reports that the main ingredient in Viagra, called sildenafil citrate, can alleviate moderate to severe menstrual cramps in …
Even as Mary Barra takes over America’s biggest car company, questions remain about whether progress has stalled for women at the top
The doctor will see you now … on your smartphone
It’s hard to stay trim during the holidays, what with all the sweet treats and hot chocolate. But don’t feel too sluggish. You can still get a workout going through your holiday preparations.