Using Amazon reviews may not be the best way to choose a sunscreen.
For men with advanced prostrate cancer, knowing whether they have an inherited gene mutation is important for their treatment and their family, a new study finds.
A synthetic substance appears to somehow make stem cells regenerate pulp tissue and dentin in your teeth.
This July 4 weekend may be the last chance for sour cherries in farmers markets along the East Coast because a cold snap wiped out much of the crop.
Defective BRCA1 genes, already implicated in breast and ovarian cancers, are also linked to aggressive uterine cancer.
A new national study calls for greater research on how many psychiatric beds are needed.
According to a new study, at least 351 companies with 570 clinics are marketing unapproved treatments for conditions such as osteoarthritis, Alzheimer's, autism and injured spinal cords.
Scientists are looking into genetics and other biomarkers that are related to a person's chances of survival, information they hope will one day lead to a treatment or vaccine.
The study was published this month in the journal Microbiome.
Even as many Americans shrug off concerns about Zika virus, most say Congress should fund efforts to combat infections in the United States.