Certain types of carbohydrates may worsen symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease.
In the future, robots may perform your colonoscopy: Scientists at Vanderbilt University have developed a robot that can perform complex colonoscopy maneuvers in pigs.
Avoiding gluten is a worldwide phenomenon, but the reasons why people do so vary, a new study finds.
CHICAGO — A new study finds that many people with either celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity are wary of vaccines — a finding that doctors say is concerning.
CHICAGO — A new, nonsurgical weight-loss procedure — which involves inserting a tube down a patient's throat and suturing the stomach — is safe and effective, a new study finds.
Are landline phones going the way of floppy disks and VCRs? A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says yes.
The "cuddle hormone" oxytocin gets all the attention, but a new study finds that other chemicals in the brain may play even bigger roles in people's interactions with others.
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel's son was born with a heart defect, and the newborn needed surgery within days of his birth.
Actress Shannen Doherty announced in an Instagram post on Saturday (April 29) that her breast cancer is in remission.
You really can get on the same wavelength as someone else: In a new study, the brain waves of high school students synced up when they were highly engaged during a biology class.
A woman's raised itchy rash turned out to be the result of a parasite burrowing beneath her skin, according to a recent case report.
A mysterious outbreak of an itchy rash among workers at an herbal supplement factory turned out to be caused by an "almost forgotten disease," a new study from Poland finds.
In recent years, illegal marijuana use has risen faster in states that have legalized medical marijuana than in states without such laws, a new study finds.
Your brain may not be the same age as your body, and an "older" brain may be linked to a person's risk of dying at a younger age, a new study from the United Kingdom finds.
Showing a bit of creativity on your online dating profile could make you appear more attractive to potential dates, a new study suggests.
The biological clock is located deep in the brain, but it may be possible to reset it by targeting certain cells in a person's eyes, a new study finds.
That wonderful moment when the solution to a problem suddenly pops into your head might actually be signaled beforehand by your eyes, a new study finds.
Just because a judge makes it to the Supreme Court, that doesn't mean the person gets to speak freely: A new study finds that female justices are interrupted more than male justices.