Eating dark chocolate may help improve brain function and memory.
Protection against sexually transmitted diseases could be more discrete and longer-lasting with a new gel that uses nanoparticles.
An awareness campaign by Susan G Komen for the Cure may have exaggerated the benefits of breast cancer screening.
Avastin does not prolong life, nor does it improve quality of life, for breast cancer patients, a new review says.
People's pupils react when they see other people they find attractive. But can this reaction reveal a person's sexuality?
Taller people are more likely to die of cancer, and shorter people are more likely to die of heart problems, a new study says.
Women with breast cancer with higher levels of vitamin D lived longer than women with lower levels, a new study finds.
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