The skin solution is made with cannabidiols – natural compounds found in cannabis that have anti-inflammatory properties.
Researchers looked at the shared characteristics of 31 school boys involved in 29 mass shootings in American schools between 1995 and 2015. These boys often struggled to live up to perceived masculine ideals.
Hundreds have been infected by the latest plague outbreak in the island nation with the World Health Organisation ramping up efforts to tackle the deadly disease.
A new study found that low doses were beneficial to the speaking abilities of native German speakers who had recently learnt to speak Dutch.
Pressures at school, body image issues and being in a state of 'extreme connectedness' are thought to be behind the trend.
Leber congenital amaurosis is a rare inherited eye disorder, although it is the most common cause of inherited sight loss in young people.
76 new genes have been identified which could help scientists develop new drugs that are effective against multi-drug resistant bacteria.
A leading gynaecologist has rubbished the theory that placenta eating has medical benefits and even claimed the practice 'borders on cannibalism'. Watch out Kim Kardashian!
The participants must remain in the same position for entire duration of the Nasa study, which causes their bodies to adapt as if they were in space.
Psilocybin makes a brain circuit involved in depression break down and reform. The process relieves symptoms in up to half of people for who standard treatments haven't worked.
But wait – is it really a question of bromance vs romance? Bromances are good for men's mental health, but researchers say this comes at men's girlfriends' expense.
The disease is caused by a virus and is most common in children under the age of 10 due to their weak immune systems.
The virus that was used to make the cowpox vaccine didn't come from cows after all. It came from horses, which can suffer a similar condition called horsepox.
In Nepal, women can be confined to animal sheds and in India, girls are told they aren't allowed to leave home. On International Day of the Girl Child, let's end this stigma.
Recent research suggests that around half of all dogs and cats in the UK are obese - and the problem is only expected to grow over the coming years.