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A Cleveland Clinic-led study shows that a specific type of diabetes drug can decrease, by up to 32 percent, the risk of cancer in female patients with type 2 diabetes.
A study found that empathy levels decrease in teen boys between the ages of 13 and 16.
New drugs for advanced melanoma are offering hope to patients whose options were once very limited. As more young women are diagnosed with melanoma, these treatments offer them hope.
Knee replacement surgery can be an effective way to treat osteoarthritis. But according to one review, it may pose additional risks for obese patients.
Children with epilepsy are at risk for behavior problems, depression and anxiety. And past studies have shown that mood and behavior may change in kids after epilepsy surgery.
December 8-14 is National Influenza Vaccination Week. An annual flu vaccine is the single best way to prevent this serious illness. Get yours now!
The role inflammation plays in prostate cancer has been debated. Studies have shown inflammation increases and decreases prostate cancer risks. A new study suggests inflammation could be a good sign.
Antibiotics completely revolutionized the way medicine is practiced. But they brought a downside too — when bacteria learned to fight back.
In 2013 there was good news and bad news. These stories were the bad ones—but even the worst news often has a bit of a "bright side."
Plan on showing some shoulder this holiday season? These five moves will get you there.