The new commentary from researchers in the UK could confirm 30 years of research showing a causal link between herpes and Alzheimer's disease.
A Chinese teenage boy inserted a USB cable into his urethra and got it tangled inside his body. Doctors had to perform a surgery to get the cord removed.
New research details how electronic cigarettes could plague a smoker's blood pressure more than standard cigarettes.
This new gene editing research could give doctors a chance to cure genetic disorders long before a baby is born.
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A new measure added to Australia's already strict “no jab, no pay” policy will see parents who do not vaccinate their children face monthly fines.
Let's take a look at the science of napping, what the best kinds of naps are and how taking a nap in the afternoon can help you live a more productive life.
Your subjective age, or the age you feel you are might actually impact your health. A new study has shown that people who feel younger have healthier brain matter.
A controversial genetic editing technique showed inconsistent but promising results in passing down edited genes from one generation to the next.
A new HIV vaccine is now one of five vaccines to ever reach advanced human trials, bringing the world one step closer to combating the HIV pandemic.