Medical bills can be intimidating, but that doesn’t mean they are always accurate.
Cesarean sections and breast feeding can have lifelong effects on a baby’s health, and researchers may have uncovered why.
A study shows that not all good fats are the same when it comes to protecting your health
A highly anticipated trial of a tuberculosis vaccine yields disappointing results.
Based on early data from flu sufferers, health officials say the current influenza vaccine is 62% effective in reducing symptoms of the disease.
Clots can be a complication of concussions, but other factors can increase risk of poor blood flow
It’s one thing to find a strategy that works in the lab, but quite another to prove that it’s effective in the real world as well.
“Chemo brain” is a well-known side effect of cancer treatment, but is chemotherapy to blame?
For the first time, researchers classify the brain injury from head trauma into four distinct stages
Autism likely has deep genetic roots, but the latest research provides hope that some learning techniques can lessen symptoms of the developmental disorder.
A new bra from First Warning Systems claims a series of sensors embedded in the cups can pick up temperature changes in breast tissue and alert doctors to the presence of malignant cells. Read the full story in our companion blog …