Middle and high school students in Canada who tried an e-cigarette are twice as likely to be susceptible to smoking cigarettes, which researchers call concerning.
4,500 deaths a year from high Europe diesel emissions, researchers find
Shahnaz Azarbehi wants to die on her own terms, but she says her wishes aren’t being taken seriously.
Survivors of the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001 — and first responders who were on the scene that day — may have an increased risk for heart and lung diseases, a new study suggests.
The first child in the world to receive a double hand transplant is able to write, feed and dress himself on his own, just 18 months after the surgery, doctors say in an update published in a medical journal.
Research suggests persistent stress in young children can become toxic, causing brain changes that can interfere with learning and lead to disease in adulthood.
Hello and happy Saturday! Here’s our roundup of the week’s interesting and eclectic news in health and medical science.
A treatment for a common childhood blood cancer could become the first gene therapy available in the U.S.