Suicide Survivor Gets 'Ultimate Second Chance' After Historic Face TransplantA young woman has been given a new lease on life one year after becoming the youngest person to undergo a face transplant in the U.S.
Vaccine Being Tested To Prevent Dementia In People With Down SyndromeBoston researchers are testing an experimental vaccine that may prevent Alzheimer’s disease in people with Down syndrome.
Report Claims Asbestos In Crayons, Says Popular School Supplies Contain Dangerous ChemicalsParents may want to take a second look at their children's school supplies this season.
FDA Expands Recall Of Common Blood Pressure Drug Over Cancer ConcernThe US Food and Drug Administration expanded the list of drugs being recalled that contain valsartan.
Are The Health Benefits Of Turmeric Too Good To Be True?If you have an ailment, there's a good chance that someone, somewhere, is studying whether turmeric can treat it.
'Snapchat Dysmorphia': Selfies, Photo Filters Driving People To Plastic Surgery, Doctors SayPlastic surgeons are sounding the alarm on a disturbing trend that's emerged with the growing popularity of social media.
UConn To Open Milk Depot For NewbornsThe donations will be accepted at the hospital and kept at UConn Health in a new freezer before being shipped to the Mothers' Milk Bank in Massachusetts for pasteurization processing and distribution.
Some Physicians Perform C-Sections Over Fear of LawsuitMore women worldwide are delivering babies by Cesarean section and a new review finds physicians' fear of being sued may be a big driver.
No Alcohol Use And Heavy Alcohol Use Linked To DementiaResearchers in Europe find that both teetotalers and heavy drinkers during middle age are at higher risk of dementia as they get older.
Pediatricians Warn Plastic Food Containers Could Leach ChemicalsThe American Academy of Pediatrics is urging parents to keep food out of plastic tupperware.
Brain Training Apps May Not Boost Your Overall Brain PowerEven if you get good at one mental task, it's unlikely to boost your brain power in other areas.
Hitting Soccer Balls With Your Head Is Riskier For Women Than MenHitting soccer balls with your head may be riskier if you're a female than if you're a male.