Type 1 Seniors May Miss Spells of Low Blood Sugar
People who've had diabetes for a long time are at risk of developing hypoglycemia unawareness: They no longer feel the uncomfortable warning...
Study: Shift Work Is Tough on Workers' Hearts
The study wasn't designed to prove cause and effect, but the data showed that shift workers were 13 percent more likely to develop coronary heart...
Teen Dies After Tapeworm Eggs Invade Brain
A person can develop cysticercosis if they swallow tapeworm eggs, which are found in the feces of a person who has an intestinal tapeworm.
Common MS Drug Can Bring Longer, Healthier Life
New research revealed that patients taking a beta interferon drug for more than three years were likely to live longer than those who took one for...
Walgreens to Sell CBD Products
Walgreens will sell the CBD products in Oregon, Colorado, New Mexico, Kentucky, Tennessee, Vermont, South Carolina, Illinois and Indiana, according...
Study: Kids With Autism Can Read Mom's Face
Studying kids who have varying social and emotional processing skills may help identify the types of social situations that are more challenging...
Brain Stimulation May Soothe Severe Depression
The treatments included electroconvulsive therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), magnetic seizure therapy, and transcranial direct...
Medical Advance: Blood Vessels Grown in Lab
Reseachers expect that once the lab-grown vessel is implanted, the patient's own cells will gradually populate it, making it similar to the body's...
Traumatic Event Can Stick for Kids, Lead to PTSD
Researchers wanted to find out more about why some children have significant traumatic stress symptoms in the days and weeks after a trauma and...
2-Party HIV Positive Kidney Transplant Reported
A 35-year-old Atlanta woman who contracted HIV as a newborn offered one of her kidneys to an HIV-positive stranger, and doctors at Johns Hopkins...
Climate Change May Mean More Risky Mosquitoes
In the United States, where Zika cases have occurred in warmer areas in the last several years, dengue and chikungunya could also become wider...
Woman Feels No Pain, Thanks to Gene Mutations
And not only does her DNA allow Jo Cameron, a former school teacher from Scotland, to avoid physical pain, it also keeps her largely anxiety-free,...