Until it was shut down by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Fort McClellan Army base in Anniston, Alabama, among its many functions, served as a site for the Army’s...
In 2008, Aurora Colello was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). Since then, she’s done over 21 triathlons and is healthier than ever.
For the first time, a generic version of a popular drug for multiple sclerosis (MS) was found to be safe and effective— which may set precedent for generic drug development for...
Following the death of 81-year-old Joan Rivers from cardiac arrest on Sept. 4, questions have arisen as to the safety of the procedure she underwent at an outpatient endoscopy...
It sounds like a joke— or a typical college student’s diet— but for Joe Gallo, 21, eating a burrito daily for 100 days has a serious purpose. Gallo’s friend, Bret Grund was...
Garth Watson started running in California on May 11— and won’t stop until he reaches New York City’s Central Park on August 13, having raised over $14,000 for cancer research.
Two gravely ill American medical workers in Liberia who were infected with the Ebola virus are said to be in stable condition as the humanitarian organization Samaritan’s Purse...
New research has found that the brains of children with autism are relatively inflexible at switching from task to task, correlating to behaviors characteristic of the disorder.
Itching and pain on suspicious skin lesions may indicate that the area is cancerous, according to new research from Temple University in Philadelphia.
While much is known about the effects of severe traumatic brain injuries (TBI), less attention has been paid to mild and moderate brain injuries.