A study from the journal PLOS One finds that no more than half of medical breakthroughs reported by media actually turn out to be useful, or confirmed, in follow-up studies.
A recent report published in the journal Scientific Reports has found a link between environmental factors and the onset of puberty.
Teenagers report having higher stress levels than adults, according to a survey from the American Psychological Association.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved hundreds of cancer medications over the years “without proof that they cure patients,” claims one cancer patient who spoke with USA Today, Marlene McCarthy.
As of 2015, 90% of the human population has access to clean water. That means that in the last 25 years, 2.6 billion people across the globe have gained new access to improved, drinkable water.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released a report recommending that Pediatricians should assess children on their poverty status.
Scientists have found a way to regenerate human heart tissue by using human cells stripped from donated hearts.
A new health app is targeting the issue of inaccessibility of birth control for women of low-income.
NEW YORK (AP) — Brain cancer is now the deadliest childhood cancer in the U.S., now ahead of leukemia, a result of improved leukemia treatment and a frustrating lack of progress on brain cancer.
Currently, an estimated one million people who suffer from mental health problems and addiction are covered under Obamacare.
Nonprofit has launched a program that teaches “soft skills” to autistic young adults entering the workforce.
Under the Affordable Care Act, expanded Medicaid is helping those in poverty receive better healthcare.