Damage to the spinal cord can often lead to loss of motor function and sensory perception in the lower extremities.
A new study highlights the powerful influence our parents habits and lifestyles can have on our lives.
The controversial surgeon says he is now preparing to perform the procedure for real on a living person.
After psychologist Robyn Stein DeLuca claimed PMS due to changing hormone levels was just a myth, IBTimes UK looks at what premenstrual syndrome actually is.
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Callan Fabian's condition had caused his skin to harden. His joints were locked in place and he was unable to roll over without help.
The defector, a North Korean soldier, remained in critical condition despite the successful removal of a bullet lodged in his abdominal wall.
After a relative reduction in use, the drug is making a worrying comeback, according to recent reports.
In a world first, a baby has been born from an automatically flash-frozen egg, heralding a new era in IVF technology. The baby was born in Italy.
The researchers say that the program reduces the risk of developing dementia by 29%, according to the results of a 10-year study.
The US Food and Drug Administration has warned against the use of kratom - but what is it?
Two American doctors have stunned the medical world by claiming that a person overdosed from cannabis.
The new class of drug is one of the most important breakthroughs for women with advanced breast cancer in the last two decades.
Over 60s and care home residents are the most at risk, while changes in nurse numbers may be a critical factor.
New research suggests that drinking coffee could be reducing your risk of suffering heart failure or strokes.