Babies delivered by Caesarean section may be at increased risk of becoming obese later in life, a new study suggests
A 4-month-old infant in Maryland may be the first person to have had teeth form in his brain as a result of a specific type of rare brain tumor, according to a new report of...
An elderly woman in China is the first person known to have died from a strain of bird flu called H10N8, according to a new report of the case.
A woman whose genes put her at high risk for a rare brain disorder was able to avoid passing on the condition to her children through a special in-vitro fertilization (IVF)...
Certain vitamin supplements may blunt the muscle's natural response to endurance training, a new study from Norway suggests.
Parents sometimes think their babies cry just to get attention, and a new study from Japan backs up this notion: babies can "fake cry", the study says.
A new drug appears to combat the virus that causes genital herpes, suggesting it could one day be used as a treatment for people with the condition, according to a new study
Providing probiotics, or "good bacteria," to healthy infants shortly after they're born may reduce the development of gastrointestinal disorders and prolonged crying episodes...
Results of a pen-and-paper test can alert older adults to a need to be evaluated for dementia, according to a new study.
Disease outbreaks tied to swimming happen even in the winter, often after people go in hot tubs or spas, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and...