U.S. women are more likely than men to say they often feel worried, nervous or anxious, according to a recent survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A beard and bushy mustache is the preferred look of Hollywood hunks, hipsters and lumberjacks. They may also protect a man’s face from some of the ravages of the sun.
The AIBA which governs amateur boxing says it’s safer for boxers not to use head protection. Susan Candiotti reports.
Diagnoses of serious psychological and psychiatric disorders have needlessly skyrocketed alongside the expanding list of what constitutes mental illness, critics say.
In a discovery that provides doctors in remote areas with invaluable alternatives, scientists recently improvised a microscope using an iPhone, tape, flashlight and camera lens.
The young man tucks his violin under his chin and begins to play. A hush falls over the few spectators in the largely empty opera house, who turn toward the bare stage. As his lilting notes float through the room, other people trickle in from the lobby to listen.
Fourteen HIV patients who got quick treatment with AIDS drugs have been able to stop the treatment without the virus coming back, French researchers reported on Friday.
A Maryland man receives a tainted kidney and dies of rabies more than a year later. Elizabeth Cohen reports.
By Kate Kelland, ReutersLONDON – A donated human liver has been kept alive, warm and functioning outside a human being on a newly-developed machine and then successfully transplanted into patients in a medical world first.
A Maryland man recently died of rabies that he contracted from a tainted organ he received in a transplant operation more than a year ago, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday.
Two moms petition Kraft to remove two ingredients from its Mac and Cheese, citing its dangers. Elizabeth Cohen reports.
Autism therapies can be expensive, and 18 states don’t require insurance companies to cover the cost.
John Drury is a 6-foot-7 truck driver with tattoos on his head, neck and arms. Not surprisingly, he’s known as “Big John.”
There are a lot of things I learned from my experience with pancreatic cancer. I realized that we all need to be more kind to each other.
The safety of taking hormones to treat the symptoms of menopause has been questioned in recent years, but a new consensus statement from several doctors’ groups aims to resolve confusion over how the treatment should be used.
The first person to die from rabies in 40 years in Maryland was infected by a transplanted organ, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday.