When women who are family planning experts need to pick a birth control method for themselves, what do they generally choose? Not the same thing the average woman chooses, a new study found.
It's 10 p.m. You're brushing your teeth in front of the mirror and notice the beginnings of a pesky pimple. No zit cream? No problem!
China's rising demand for healthcare is exposing a chronic shortage of an essential commodity: blood.
A newly revealed study from a Pentagon think tank theorizes that Russian President Vladimir Putin has Asperger’s syndrome, according to a report obtained by USA Today.
Surgery patients end up back in the hospital most often because of incision infections that don't show up until after they're sent home, according to a study that found unexpected readmission rates...
Doctors say that when patients are seriously ill, the main obstacles to discussing what the goals of care should be are family disagreement and patient denial.
The Food and Drug Administration is requiring makers of heart-zapping defibrillators to submit more data on the emergency care devices after years of recalls and manufacturing problems.
There are so many different genetic forms of autism that using the singular term, autism, is misleading, researchers say.
Babies who have a high risk of developing autism may benefit when their parents receive some video-based lessons on how to work with their infants, a new study finds.