Rather than burden his parents with the expense of his treatment, Tang Gongwei chose to disappear.
People should be extra vigilant when using paraffin stoves and children shouldn’t be left unattended near fires.
The football league gives dads the opportunity to share problems and advice on parenthood.
Coffee is glorious, but if you haven’t had your cup and you’re getting a headache, it’s not just your imagination. There’s a scientific reason.
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Heading a soccer ball into the goal might show off your skills as a player, but for women it could be a risky manoeuvre.
When people were repeatedly exposed to bitter compounds in a study, their saliva changed to produce proteins that rendered those flavors more palatable.
The FDA has provided some relief to EpiPen users by approving a cheaper, generic version. However, if it will be available in South Africa is unclear.
Doctors should prescribe parents of young children to prioritize playing, the American Academy of Pediatrics says.
Internet-based supportive lifestyle counselling does indeed work effectively to lower blood pressure when it’s clinically organised and when it complements medical therapy.
Did you know the earliest documented hearing aids were cumbersome and looked like trumpets? Here’s how hearing aids have evolved.
In an intriguing study, black patients were far more likely to agree to certain health tests if they discussed them with a black male doctor.
Comparative effectiveness research may be the best way to answer questions that patients and physicians face every day.
The relative importance of nature and nurture has been debated for centuries, and has had strong — and sometimes misguided — influences on public policy.