Messy toddlers make better learners.
A new global study reveals that more than 4-billion people, more than half of the world’s population, live in countries where cancer patients cannot get pain medications to help ease their suffering.
Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute in California have snapped the most detailed photo ever of a key part of the Hepatitis C virus.
Researchers at the Duke Cancer Institute say a byproduct of cholesterol fuels the growth and spread of breast cancer.
Another group of researchers in Britain say they’ve discovered a gene mutation that can cause excessive drinking.
Researchers in London say there is so much salt in some prescription medications, that taking the maximum dose could put patients at greater risk of heart trouble, hypertension and stroke.
Women who test negative for the gene mutation that causes breast cancer in their family may still have a higher risk of getting the disease.
Regular physical activity later in life boosts the likelihood of healthy aging up to seven times.
Chest pain should not be the only factor when diagnosing heart attacks in women.
The Food and Drug Administration is lifting restrictions on use of the former blockbuster diabetes drug Avandia.