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09/22/17 10:22 AM PST
New research out of the University of Kansas suggests the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has resulted in fewer births and more infant deaths.
09/22/17 9:55 AM PST
On Sept. 21, doctors at Boston University School of Medicine concluded that ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez had stage 3 chronic traumatic encephalopathy, commonly called CTE.
09/21/17 10:24 AM PST
Fresh Corporation has closed all 17 of its Delicious locations following a recent E. coli outbreak in eastern Japan.
09/14/17 4:07 PM PST
A new study published in the journal BMJ Open suggests women are more likely to lose interest in sex after more than one year in a relationship than men.
09/11/17 4:57 PM PST
Scientists in Sweden recently tested how nicotine can affect health. The results suggest that smoking an e-cigarette with nicotine, for 30 minutes or more, can increase blood pressure, heart rate and stiffen arteries.
09/08/17 12:01 PM PST
Doctors removed a stone nearly the size of an ostrich egg from a patient's bladder.
09/07/17 11:28 AM PST
In a study published Sept. 5 in The Journal of Experimental Medicine, scientists said the Zika virus showed promising results in treating brain cancer in mice.
09/01/17 10:53 AM PST
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration called ecstasy, or MDMA, a “breakthrough therapy” to treat PTSD.
08/31/17 4:27 PM PST
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Aug. 31, nearly 40 people have become ill since March, after coming in contact with turtles.
08/31/17 1:53 PM PST
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first gene therapy in the country, which is approved for younger patients with a certain form leukemia.
08/31/17 10:00 AM PST
New research published Aug. 29 in The Lancet found that while high-carb diets were associated with greater risk of death, higher fat consumption was associated with a lower risk of death.
08/29/17 10:27 AM PST
According to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine and Lancet, the drug canakinumab lowered risk of heart attack by lowering inflammation in patients.