New York City firefighters exposed to toxic dust and fumes in the 9/11 World Trade Center (WTC) disaster may be more likely to develop cancer than those unexposed, according to a recent study published Thursday.
A new study by Harvard University researchers suggest that women who drink alcohol in reasonable quantity and time, have better chances to be in good physical and mental health in old age, then non-drinkers.
A number of consumer groups spoke on Tuesday at a two-day Food and Drug Administration advisory panel meeting to discuss follow-up safety studies for silicone breast implants that have already been approved for sale.
Five patients being treated for eye disease went blind after being injected with injection drug Avastin at the Veterans Affairs medical center in Los Angeles, according to The New York Times.
U.S. Tennis star Venus Williams withdrew Wednesday from the U.S. Open after recently being diagnosed with an energy-draining autoimmune disease called Sjogren's syndrome.