Exposure to cigarette smoke in the womb may interfere with the brain‘s reward system, and make children more vulnerable to addictions.
It’s called ibrutinib, and it’s a potential breakthrough in treating chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) that could leave patients with fewer side effects than chemotherapy.
Congressman Michael Burgess says yes, but the science isn’t as clear.
Damage from concussions and the progressive deterioration of neurons in Alzheimer’s look similar on brain scans, according to the latest study, and produce similar symptoms as well.
Alcohol isn’t generally the first drink that moms-to-be reach for, but if they do, they may not be doing as much harm to their children as previously thought.
Starting next Tuesday, your morning coffee to go will come with a full disclosure of its caloric content.
Pollutants in the air are known to affect brain development, but the first national study of in utero exposure and autism rates raises new concerns.
Loading up on burgers and deli meats may be tempting, but too much red meat could trigger metabolic changes that upset the body’s glucose balance.
The recent legal battle over allowing 10-year-old Sarah Murnaghan, who is dying of end-stage cystic fibrosis, to be included on the adult lung transplant list sheds light on the heartbreaking need for organ donors to meet the …
Brothers and sisters fight, but when the bickering evolves into physical or emotional abuse, it’s bullying.
A marketing strategy that exploits prescription-drug packaging comes to an end.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled that companies cannot patent isolated human genes that are naturally occurring.
Evidence shows more ladies are embracing their inner cougar.