Study suggests the dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria known as MRSA first evolved naturally.
Fallen vaccination rates pose a threat to this vulnerable population.
Researchers are using the motion capture technology to look at the hand movements in patients with possible osteoarthritis.
A popular option to help manage pain during childbirth in other countries gains traction in the U.S.
Testers who wore these devices that track sweatiness found the data useful for monitoring emotions and managing stress.
Experts who studied the Zika epidemic discuss how to handle misinformation during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Review study examines why people are suffering heart attacks during high intensity and endurance exercises such as marathons and triathlons.
A new study links clinicians being nice with patients feeling less pain when getting blood drawn.
Study identifies having a fat tongue as a primary factor in the common sleep disorder.
Unvaccinated children who contracted the illness lost their immunity to many other infections.
Rats struggle to solve a maze after their uteruses are removed, raising questions about the impacts of the widespread procedure in humans.
We may be vulnerable, researchers warn after demonstrating a cyberattack on a CT scanner, highlighting the need for better security.