The woman had more than 25 times the normal amount of lead in her blood after taking Ayurvedic pills for a year.
This summer, the CDC is expected to release guidelines for the use of doxy-PEP to prevent STIs. But what is it, and why is everyone talking about it now?
In a study, injecting rats with a new gel helped prevent or reverse pelvic floor damage associated with birth.
Public health measures were ramped up during the pandemic, but a new study in health care workers suggests one disease-spreading habit may have been overlooked.
After she'd spent a year experiencing unusual mood and behavioral symptoms, doctors discovered the teen's brain was being attacked by her own cells.
The CDC is working to identify the source of ground beef believed to be responsible for the Salmonella outbreak.
Infections with so-called brain-eating amoebas are very rare, but when they happen, the consequences are almost always lethal.
Ten patients with anorexia were treated with psilocybin and reported a positive experience, and four experienced remission of their symptoms.
This extreme form of inflammatory response due to diving has rarely been reported worldwide, an attending doctor said.
A new study suggests sleep problems often experienced by people with heart disease may be caused by damage to a group of nerves that regulate both the heart and the brain.
In a large cohort of people infected with SARS-CoV-2, a specific gene variant was more common in people who didn't show symptoms, compared to those who did.