Switching to daylight savings time may increase traffic accidents and cause sleep loss, researchers suggests.
A pair of new studies may reveal why some commonly used cancer drugs aren't as effective as expected in some patients.
But there are steps parents can take to try and avoid falls, which increase as children get older and gain mobility, experts said.
Children who don't get proper nutrition during their first three years may be losing ground in intelligence to their better-nourished peers, a new study suggests.
A new study adds to recent research suggesting that echinacea has no real impact in lessening illness.
A study released today reveals a new treatment may effectively target a gene involved in a difficult type of lung cancer.
Advances in medical science have extended not only human life spans, but virility during the course of those longer lives.
Often, the labels on the devices for measuring doses didn't match up with the dosing instructions, researchers found.
A new study may arm parents and health care providers with better ways to make the needle prick more bearable for children.
A new study suggests that a recent, major trial being used by many physicians as a guideline for prescribing cholesterol-lowering statin drugs to healthy adults may have missed the mark
A new study suggests widespread adult vaccinations may not bring about the reduction in pertussis cases some had hoped.
A new drug called crizotinib shows strong promise for patients with a metastatic form of lung cancer.
While heavy drinking during pregnancy has been shown to harm the fetus, the effects of small amounts of alcohol have been less clear.