Preliminary testing from J&J shows 2 injections every month or 2 could control HIV
Preliminary testing of two long-acting injectable drugs indicates it might be possible to keep HIV at bay indefinitely with injections every month...
Sweetener in gum is causing surge in accidental dog poisonings
Tonia Cox had no idea that a sweetener in sugarless chewing gum could nearly kill Murphy Jo, her family’s dog.
Penn State, Department of Health say 3 on campus have mumps
Penn State and state Department of Health officials are warning students that three people on campus may have the mumps.
Righting a Wrong? Right Side of Brain Can Compensate for Post-Stroke Loss of Speech
After a debate that has lasted more than 130 years, researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center have found that loss of speech from a...
Veterinarians remove eye of rescued squirrel
A rescued squirrel has successfully undergone an eye-removal surgery by Michigan veterinarians — thanks to the keen eye of another Detroit-area vet.
Your pillow is as germy as a toilet seat
They’re just germs to us, but scientists find microbes nothing short of miraculous — the keys to human health.
3 typhoid cases in Colorado tied to restaurant
Health officials say three people who ate at a restaurant in Firestone contracted typhoid fever in August.
Many preschoolers own tablets and smartphones
Many children under age five own their own smartphones and tablets, and they often use the devices without any supervision or help from their...
Cancer-Associated Mutations Are Common in Patients with Unexplained Low Blood Counts
Patients with unexplained low blood counts and abnormally mutated cells who do not fit the diagnostic criteria for recognized blood cancers should...
New Study Reveals How Specialized Cells Help Each Other Survive During Times of Stress
A team led by scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and the University of Pittsburgh has shown for the first...
Menus with calorie info may not change long-term habits
Knowing how many calories are in a fast food chain's hamburger may not change people's eating habits, suggests a new study.
Trans youth may have improved access to puberty blockers
Puberty can be one of the worst times in a transgender or gender-nonconforming child's life, but for these children, access to drugs that prevent...