A 23-year-old woman was diagnosed with cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome after she faced bouts of nausea and vomiting for two years.

Deena Theresa | 1/30/2023

The number of children with autism in the New York–New Jersey region has increased by as much as 500 percent between 20o0 to 2016.

Ayesha Gulzar | 1/27/2023

NYU Grossman School of Medicine's study provides the first indication of the number of people who had the previously undiscovered disease.

Nergis Firtina | 1/26/2023

A new study shows that Formica fusca ants can detect cancer tumors by smelling them in urine.

Nergis Firtina | 1/25/2023

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Only one antibiotic is the frontline treatment available for gonorrhea in the U.S. that too at higher doses. With a novel strain, we might be losing that weapon too.

Ameya Paleja | 1/23/2023

Men who take medication for erectile dysfunction may have a reduced risk of early death and are less likely to experience different heart problems.

Ayesha Gulzar | 1/23/2023

The H5N1 infection in poultry shows no signs of slowing down and is infecting wild birds and bears too. Are humans at risk?

Ameya Paleja | 1/23/2023

Researchers are using motion capture artificial intelligence technology that brings characters to life in films like Avatar to track the onset of diseases.

University of Alberta researchers are working to make self-decontaminating fabrics a good fit for the production line and ultimately all kinds of uniforms.