A new study has suggested that as many as half of the historical specimens preserved in the museums across the world could be wrongly labeled.
Taking a step toward prevention of foodborne illness, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has finalized the rules that outline the safety standards to be followed by different parties involved in...
Deposition of fat around belly region is even more harmful than being obese, suggests a new study.
A new study looking at the impact of the shrinking snowpacks over the northern hemisphere suggests that over 2 billion people could suffer from water shortage.
The doctors at the Cleveland Clinic aspire to become the first ones to implant a uterus in a woman who do not have one.
The World Health Organization is planning to launch its first-ever global campaign for better use of antibiotics during the World Antibiotic Awareness Week.
Despite umpteen attempts being made to control U.S. obesity, the rate continues to rise, suggests a new study.
The antibiotic used to treat MRSA might actually make it worse, suggests a new study.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration might soon decide to put a cap on daily sugar intake to help Americans cut down on it.
AstraZeneca's experimental lupus drug anifrolumab showed positive results in Phase II study trials, the drug maker announced Tuesday.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of Cotellic in combination with Zelboraf for the treatment of advanced melanoma.
A new cholesterol-lowering vaccine reduces bad LDL, is cheap and appears to be more effective than the rest of the alternatives available in the market.
21-year-old Khadija Khatoon, who has a severe facial deformity, was told in her childhood that there is no help that doctors could provide.
Cooking with vegetable oil might release toxic chemical that may lead to cancer, suggests a new study.
With temperatures soaring in the Persian Gulf, trending traditional buildings might help offer some relief to people.
Vitamin C, which is naturally found in a range of food may help in fighting colorectal cancer, suggests a latest study.
Britain's famous 5,000-year-old male Fortingall Yew tree has been recently observed carrying berries.
Cancer cells transmitted from common stomach bug led to the development of cancer-like tumors in a Colombian man, report U.S. health officials.
The 2016 Australian Weather Calender released by the Bureau of Meteorology showcases extraordinary images of the Australian landscape.
Illegal pot farming in California is taking a toll on the lives of the fisher, reports a new study.