A recent study suggests that bathroom hand dryers may spray bacteria.
A study published April 11 in the journal Science Translational Medicine suggests a reason for why breast cancer patients are more likely to have their cancer spread after surgery.
A 34-year-old man was hospitalized with severe pain in his head and neck after eating a Carolina Reaper chili at a contest in New York, according to an article published April 9 in BMJ Case Reports.
A 27-year-old woman recently died after she was given a formalin drip containing formaldehyde instead of saline following a routine surgery.
Sesame Street’s theme park in Philadelphia has become the world’s first theme park to receive an autism accreditation. The park opens for the new season at the end of April.
A study published March 22 in the journal BMJ Case Reports details a rare case of Gorham-Stout disease in which a woman’s ulnar and humerus bones disappeared over a short amount of time.
A study published in the Journal BMJ Open on April 2 assessed the supposed link between pasta and weight gain. The results, however, suggest the carb is actually linked to weight loss.
Estonia recently launched a program that aims to collect DNA samples from 100,000 citizens and provide them with state-sponsored, personalized healthcare advice based on their genes.
UNITED NEWS INTERNATIONAL – American researchers have come up with another reason why people should eat out less. Results from a study published in the journal Environmental International, on March 28, suggest people who eat out more have significantly higher levels of phthalates in their urine, compared to people who cook at home. Phthalates are potentially … Continued
A New Jersey man recently underwent surgery to remove a 30-pound tumor in his midsection.