The effects of childhood bullying can last through adolescence, and even negatively affect victims decades later until the age of fifty.
According to a new study, zapping the spine with electricity during physical training could help paralyzed patients move again.
The National Symphony Orchestra’s “Sound Health” program involves musicians making “house calls,” or traveling to perform for audiences that are too sick to attend a performance at a concert hall.
The amount of high school students who regularly smoke marijuana is significantly on the rise, while the percentage of students who see any risk from the habit has dropped dramatically.
The Food and Drug Administration and the National Institutes of Health are awarding millions in funding to create 14 centers to conduct research on tobacco products.
It’s official: The National Institutes of Health plans to end most use of chimpanzees in government medical research, saying humans’ closest relatives “deserve special respect.”
A skin fungus study found a diverse range of more than 80 fungal types living a microscopic life on the surface of human skin.
The cost of care for Americans living with dementia reaches nearly $215 billion annually.