A Minnesota woman misdiagnosed with cerebral palsy (CP) nearly 30 years ago has learned that her symptoms could have been managed by taking a pill, kfor.com reported.
Eli Lilly and Co said its experimental drug, ixekizumab, reduced the signs and symptoms of active psoriatic arthritis in patients more than a placebo did in a late-stage trial.
Opiate prescriptions and overdoses in the U.S. have declined since the debut of an abuse-resistant version of the painkiller OxyContin and the market withdrawal of the narcotic Darvon, a study finds.
Warmer weather is finally on the horizon, which means summer is on its way. But sun, grilling, and lazy vacations also bring beach hazards, like jellyfish. The risk of jellyfish stings threatens...
Some people may be genetically programmed to feel better after taking placebo pills, while others may only heal with real drugs, suggests a new review of existing research.
A California man tore a tendon in his thumb after playing a puzzle game on his smartphone too much, according to a new report of the case.
Q&A with Dr. Manny: I have been waking up with a stiff and painful lower back. What could be going wrong?