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Many believe having a child with fetal alcohol syndrome means you were an alcoholic. Six mothers prove (three of them pictured) that is just the opposite as they struggle to raise their children.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - House Republicans were making headway in efforts to build support for a reworked plan to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system, but have not decided when to vote, House Speaker P
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Strong growth from Bristol-Myers Squibb Co's Opdivo and Yervoy cancer immunotherapies drove the company's first-quarter results past analysts' expectations and relieved some anxie
Italian surgeon Sergio Canavero says he will attempt to bring the first brains frozen in liquid nitrogen back to life 'not in 100 years,' but three years at the latest
An older women has had a twin boy and girl by C-section in Culiacan, Mexico after a round of IVF. They were born prematurely and will require monitoring to ensure they are progressing well.
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government has failed in a legal bid to delay the publication of its plan to tackle air pollution until after the general election on June 8.
(Reuters Health) - Older adults who want to get moving to help boost their brain function have a wide variety of workouts to choose from, a research review suggests.
Popularised by the likes of Ronnie O'Sullivan, potting balls allows adults to escape the pressures of real life, scientists from Anglia Ruskin University believe.
(Reuters) - AbbVie Inc reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly profit, lifted by demand for its flagship drug, Humira, and called President Donald Trump's tax plan "encouraging".
(Reuters Health) - Despite increased attention to deaths and injuries resulting from clashes with police, U.S. emergency department visits for police-associated injuries have remained stable at about
A new medical review calls attention to "exercise addiction" and highlights how people can become obsessed with, and have withdrawal effects, from exercise.
An older women has had a twin boy and girl by C-section in Culiacan, Mexico after a round of IVF. They were born prematurely and will require monitoring to ensure they are progressing well.
An annual survey shows the abundance of underwater grasses in Chesapeake Bay increased 8 percent between 2015 and 2016, continuing an upward trend initiated in 2012.
The significant presence of multidrug-resistant gram-negative bacteria (MDR-GNB), such as E. coli, among nursing home residents demonstrates the need for heightened infection control prevention and co
BORDEAUX (Reuters) - Sharp spring frosts are damaging production in some of France's most famous winemaking regions, including Champagne, Bordeaux and Burgundy, posing a threat to growers' incomes.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican House leaders have made no final decision on when to vote on a plan aimed at overhauling the nation's health care system, but the measure is gaining support from more
Swiss researchers have identified a new antibiotic resistant gene in dairy cows that could exacerbate the problem. If transferred to humans, it could turn into deadly superbug MRSA.
(Reuters) - Celgene Corp on Thursday reported lower-than-expected first-quarter revenue with Otezla sales well short of Wall Street estimates, but the U.S. biotechnology company promised the psoriasi
Katherine Schreiber, 28, from New York City, was addicted to working out. Her addiction stopped her period for two years, caused herniated discs in her spine, and nearly killed her.
Less than half of Americans can recognize anxiety. Most people don't know what to do about depression even when they spot it. And nearly 8 in 10 don't recognize prescription drug abuse as a treatable
Our bodies are constantly under siege by foreign invaders; viruses, bacteria and parasites that want to infiltrate our cells. Using rooster testes, scientists shed light on how germ cells -- sperm and
On 27 April 2017, the European Commission published the Urban Water Atlas for Europe. The publication – the first of its kind – shows how different water management choices, as well as other factors s
The cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa is able to counteract negative effects of ocean acidification under controlled laboratory conditions when water temperature rises by a few degrees at the same tim
Two new species of African mole-rat have been discovered by researchers. The species, formally described as Fukomys hanangensis and Fukomys livingstoni, were found around Mount Hanang and at Ujiji on
Twenty one EU/EEA countries have developed or are in the process of developing systems to digitally record information about vaccination, according to a new report. Fourteen of these countries already
A study found that virtual human simulations are helping medical students to learn empathy to improve how they interact with patients and deliver bad news.
A single transplant of microbes contained in the stool of a healthy donor is a safe and effective way to increase diversity of good bacteria in the guts of patients with ulcerative colitis, according
An international consensus on recognizing and treating concussion in sport has been revealed by researchers. This consensus statement updates the assessment tools in light of the new evidence.
An international consensus on recognizing and treating concussion in sport has been revealed by researchers. This consensus statement updates the assessment tools in light of the new evidence.
Researchers report that an analysis of survey responses and health records of more than 10,000 American adults for nearly 20 years suggests a 'synergistic' link between exercise and good vitamin D lev
A collaborative team of researchers has proven the theory that, while resistance to targeted treatment in cancer is truly a moving target, there are opportunities to overcome the resistance that devel
A collaborative team of researchers has proven the theory that, while resistance to targeted treatment in cancer is truly a moving target, there are opportunities to overcome the resistance that devel
The results of the study show that the medical history of a pregnant woman's mother and aunts should also be taken into account when considering the risk of pregnancy complications such as premature b
(Reuters) - U.S. biotechnology company Celgene Corp reported lower-than-expected sales, hurt in part by soft demand for its psoriasis treatment even as sales of its flagship drug Revlimid beat estim

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