Silicon Valley wants to do for medicine what it's done for retail, finance and other sectors of modern life. Here's what that digital revolution could mean for you.
A co-author of the study told Newsweek the research could be used to help improve plastic surgery.
Once an epicenter for HIV transmission in the United States, New York City reported Monday that more than 90 percent of HIV-positive residents are diagnosed and undergoing treatment.
Scientists monitored rats reaction to stress over a 21-day period to find out what brain mechanisms affected their susceptibility or resilience to anhedonia.
Other experts in the field have said the theory should be regarded with caution.
Women can wait up to two years to be diagnosed with the condition, a researcher looking for its cause told "Newsweek."
Scientists studied over 100,000 people for the research.
"We are seeing a worrying increase in harmful exposures to gabapentin and baclofen in U.S. adults over recent years," an expert told Newsweek.
The WHO will hold a summit in Switzerland to discuss the advancement of vaccine safety across the globe this Monday and Tuesday.
With about 1.1 million Americans living with HIV, and no outright cure on the horizon, is the United States anywhere close to eradicating the virus?
World AIDS Day is held every year to support the 37 million people who live with HIV and remember those who have died from AIDS since it was discovered in the late 20th century.
He said his presidency would be careful not to be "overzealous" in regulating opioid prescriptions "in a way that hurts people who actually need medication."
Six of the top 20 are in the U.S., but it's a British city that tops the list.
In addition to smoking, obesity and pollution, there is another factor that could affect your health—where you live.
The more highly paid and educated a person is, the more likely it is that they will drink to excess.
In non-medical settings, performing the exam would be tantamount to committing sexual abuse in the first degree if the bill becomes law.
The number of Latinx people newly infected with HIV virus spiked an estimated 14 percent between 2010 and 2016.
Researchers tested a small sample of 18 batches of blood for drugs such as caffeine and Xanax. All tested positive for caffeine and the vast majority tested positive for Xanax.
Data reveals that there were 3,791,712 births in the U.S. in 2018. This statistic represents a record low for the country.
Gallup survey results from the past decade reveal that Americans are getting heavier—and also more accepting of their higher weights.
Wellness company MYX Fitness is the latest player to join the digital fitness trend and aims to stand apart from competitors like Peloton.
Blackberries bought in Fresh Thyme Farmers Market in September have been linked to an outbreak of hepatitis A in 11 states.
The so-called Schamroth window test helps to identify a rare type of deformity in the fingers and fingernails—known as "digital clubbing" or "finger clubbing"—which people with some heart or lung problems exhibit.
Appetizers are not only often easier to make than the main course, but frequently more popular and gone quicker.