Latest by Diane Domina
There’s disagreement between fibromyalgia diagnoses in the U.S and established diagnostic criteria for the condition — many people told they have it may not.
About three-fourths of people with type 2 diabetes who had Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery experienced remission of their diabetes within a year.
Researchers have been working on a tool that can identify low- and high-risk prostate cancer more accurately.
Men who’ve smoked pot in the past or currently smoke marijuana have higher concentrations of sperm than men haven’t smoked pot, say researchers.
Is legalized marijuana having a negative an impact on traffic safety in the United States? Researchers conducted a study to find out.
Researchers say they’ve developed a new way to treat chlamydia (Chlamydia trachomatis) — the most common bacterial STI (sexually transmitted infection).
Women with non-cancerous (benign) ovarian cysts that don’t cause symptoms may not require surgery to remove them, suggests a study.
There may be a link between early-onset colorectal cancer — colon or rectal cancer diagnosed before age 50 — and time spent sitting and watching television.
Researchers found evidence that weight loss and better nutrition can positively affect mental health and ease symptoms of depression and anxiety.