Feeling fatigued? WebMD tells you how to get your energy back.
Microbots can traverse spaces where drones can't fly in, and scientists envision a future where these devices, crafted even smaller, could be added to blood vessels to assist in surgery.
While some workers can't wait to get back to the office, others are anxious, resistant, and concerned. Here are some tips to help with the transition.
The next rollout of COVID-19 booster shots in the U.S. could face delays due to a lack of federal funding and declining interest, according to The Guardian.
Chronic fatigue syndrome can lower your quality of life. But a new survey shows that many people don’t know it’s a real illness.
A study suggests this difference may exist because the condition tends to be more severe in men and not due to gender bias.
The OB/GYN most recently spoke out against a vitamin and supplement maker’s “probiotics for your panty hamster.”
Scientists used to think the curvature of the spine separated modern-day humans from extinct human species, but they just learned that Neanderthals had a huge spinal advantage that can be tapped into.
Two new studies show medical marijuana could be a viable alternative to opioid painkillers for people dealing with arthritis or chronic back pain.
An early study suggests an experimental drug may help build bone mass in some adults with a rare brittle-bone disease.
The agency said it would soon announce whether other big-name brands can continue to sell their products in this country.
Donating your body to medicine is a noble cause, but read the fine print before signing a contract.
Cancer survivors who spend more than 8 hours of the day sitting are 5 times more likely to die over the ensuing years than their peers who spend less time sitting. Being physically active, on the other hand, lowers the risk of early death, new research shows.
As of August 2020, a total of 20 states had passed laws allowing naloxone in schools, according to the Legislative Analysis and Public Policy Association. Although it is often left up to school boards, states including Maryland, New Jersey, and Rhode Island require that schools keep it on hand
U.S. Food and Drug Administration investigators found unsanitary conditions at an Abbott baby food factory in Sturgis, MI., linked to reports of bacterial infections in infants, the FDA said in a preliminary report issued Tuesday.
The basic principles of origami have changed the way biomedical engineers look at their work.
Readers weighed in on Best Doctor, Best Medical Film, and other categories in our inaugural movie awards.
A commercial chicken farm in Nebraska will destroy 570,000 broilers because a case of highly pathogenic avian influenza – better known as bird flu – was discovered in the flock, the Nebraska Department of Agriculture reported.
The World Health Organization says in addition to the refugees, those internally displaced inside Ukraine face challenges to their health.
When will you reach menopause? WebMD explains what factors into your menopause age.