Eating fish during pregnancy may be good for a baby's brain, a new study finds.
An app that can study people's facial expressions and emotional responses could one day be helpful in detecting autism signs in children, new research found.
Many people would face the lowest risk of dying if their BMI was 26 -- which is considered overweight, new research suggests.
Progesterone supplements do not lower the risk of miscarriage in women who have suffered from repeated miscarriages in the past, a new study finds.
Do high-fructose corn syrup and sugar have the same effects on human health? A lawsuit is now considering the question. Here's what the science says.
A new technology that edits the genes within a cell was used recently to treat a baby with leukemia. The treatment may one day be used to treat other types of cancers, experts say.
Only a few outbreaks of illness related to food yearly spread beyond a single state. But the outbreaks that affect people in multiple states account for a higher number of deaths, a new report finds.
If you want to lose weight, a low-fat diet is no better than a higher-fat diets with the same amount of calories, a new study finds.
People who have 11 or more moles on one of their arms could have a higher risk of the deadly skin cancer melanoma, according to a new study.
It's possible that people could spread Ebola many months after they have recovered from the deadly viral disease, a new study suggests.
Anxiety tends to run in families. Now, researchers say they may have found a way to help these families.
Women's risk of breast cancer may be linked a virus called bovine leukemia virus, a new study finds.
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