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08/21/17 1:43 PM PST
According to a study published Aug. 15 in the Lancet Child & Adolescent Health journal, a probiotic treatment allowed kids with peanut allergies to eat peanuts for years without allergic reactions.
08/21/17 1:36 PM PST
Patients with certain cancers may greatly increase their risk of death within 5 years of diagnosis by choosing alternative treatment instead of traditional medicine, according to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
08/17/17 11:57 AM PST
Two new studies cast doubt on whether marijuana is an effective treatment for chronic pain and post traumatic stress disorder.
08/16/17 1:44 PM PST
Fruits and vegetables may make men's body odor more appealing to women.
08/14/17 12:05 PM PST
Researchers have created gene-edited piglets without viruses that might cause disease in humans.
08/11/17 3:25 PM PST
The 28-year-old female patient had a tumor on her neck, so doctors in China built a consecutive cervical vertebrae, using 3D printing technology.
08/10/17 3:26 PM PST
Dutch investigators arrested two men suspected of using the insecticide fipronil.
08/10/17 10:15 AM PST
Pia Wurtzbach, a former Miss Universe and current UN AIDS program ambassador to Asia and the Pacific, took a public HIV test in Manila to raise awareness and remove stigma.
08/09/17 2:42 PM PST
Regulators in the state of Iowa issued a bulletin, on July 28, informing bars and restaurants about the rules for copper mugs and Moscow mules.
08/08/17 11:38 AM PST
According to new research presented at the 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, feeling lonely or being socially isolated could increase the risk of premature death by 50 percent.
08/08/17 11:16 AM PST
The Food and Drug Administration told Dr. John Zhang on Aug. 4 to stop marketing a three-parent fertility technique because it violates an FDA ban on implanting genetically-modified embryos.
08/04/17 3:10 PM PST
A woman's family posted on social media July 30 that she has contracted a flesh-eating infection from Myrtle Beach in South Carolina.