Better understanding of the skin disease may lead to more personalized therapy
The more physical, verbal aggression there was in the home, the more cavities parents and children had
Improved outcomes seen in medical centers with 500 or more cases a year, study finds
Contrary to media reports, researchers found no evidence wearing them boosted chances of disease
A plane carrying Rick Sacra, MD, the third American health worker infected with Ebola, left Liberia on Thursday, his wife said at a news conference.
Anger can be a force for good, but chronic, intense anger is neither helpful nor healthy.
Testosterone replacement therapy has tripled in the past decade. Nearly 3% of U.S. men 40 and over use it, and that percentage rises with age. Sales now top $2 billion annually.
2 women got the inoculation, which is only being tested for safety at this point
Health Care Spending Forecast To Increase Modestly In Next Decade
Finding may help explain why sitting a lot has been linked to poor health
But, it's not clear whether flying is to blame
Study finds long-term losses in gray matter
This could lead to worsening of symptoms, researchers say
Treatment may extend survival for patients over 65, researchers say
The third American infected with Ebola was clad in protective gear as he delivered babies at ELWA Hospital in Liberia -- and he was not treating patients known to have the virus.
Two years of instruction was followed by brain changes in children, study found
Women at greatest risk were the ones who sought genetic counseling, researcher said
Researchers saw little difference when it came to weight loss after one year
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