Antibiotics called macrolides may change children's gut bacteria, a new study finds.
Migraine sufferers might benefit from using medical marijuana -- a new study shows the drug might lead to fewer of the painful headaches, a new study suggests.
To prevent heart disease deaths, people may want to focus more on eating more unsaturated fat, rather than eating less saturated fat, a new study suggests.
Women who develop the skin cancer melanoma during pregnancy may have more aggressive cases of the cancer, a new study suggests.
Older adults who don't sleep as well may be at increased risk for changes in their brain, a new study finds.
People who have the intestinal infection called Clostridium difficile may benefit from a "poop transplant" that uses frozen poop instead of fresh poop, a new study suggests.
Two new studies of potential treatments for Ebola highlight the need find ways to prevent the deadly viral disease.
People who have been overweight at any point in their lives may be more likely to die early, even if they lose weight later, a new study suggests.
A young man who played football in college had already developed a degenerative brain disease by the time he died at age 25 from a heart problem, according to a new report of his case.
A beer that researchers made using ingredients from kefir may be good for health, a rodent study suggests.
The level of "neural noise," or the random neural activity in the brain increases when people are given THC, a new study finds.
Older people who have higher levels of stress may face a greater risk of developing cognitive problems, a new study finds.
Injuries that occur in cheerleading tend to be more severe than those that occur in other sports, a new study finds.
A pesticide that was once common in milk could be linked with Parkinson's disease, a new study finds.
The percentage of U.S. children who are diagnosed with ADHD is still on the rise, new research finds.
A liquid form of the compound cannabidiol (CBD), which is found in marijuana, may help treat epilepsy, a small new study suggests.
For children and teens, there's a new schedule that lists what should happen at each doctor's checkup.