A study out of Iceland has shown that men who drank lots of milk in their teens are far more likely to be diagnosed with cancer later in life.
Probably not. But for cancer patients in Ohio, where those that rely on Medicaid survive for less time than others, it's easy to think so.
A third of Americans find stem cell research morally offensive -- but how many have unwittingly contributed to it by giving up eggs?
Sure, they're cute, and can be good for your kid, but purchasing a cat in adulthood nearly doubles your chances of developing an allergic reaction to them, according to a new study.
More than a quarter of kids obese by the age of 15 scored low on mother-child relationships tests, according to a new study in Pediatrics.
A survey of doctors and nurses who work in intensive care units found that most believe they're spending too much time on individuals.
The panel has taken heat for its screening advice, and could soon take more for finding vitamin D to have little impact on cancer risk
There's still some debate on whether they hurt more than a traditional scalpel, but the little creepy-crawlies are quick to digest dead tissue