Three-month-old Nelly was destined to be put down after being diagnosed with congenital liver condition.
The 13-year-old got injured after a wooden board with the screw landed on his head after he fell of the branch of a tree.
Some dog owners are turning away from conventional pet food in favour of a diet based on raw meats. But is this safe?
Turns out our favourite animal can also get a bad bout of the sniffles, here's everything you need to know about 'dog flu'.
The symptoms of potentially deadly necrotizing fasciitis can be mistaken for the flu, however the impacts are much worse.
Gynaecological appointments can be triggering for people who have experienced rape and other forms of abuse.
Workers who thrive under abusive boss may be higher on psychopathy spectrum than those who do not, claims study.
Pregnant women In third trimester may experience shooting pains in pelvic area. A top midwife suggests ways to ease the discomfort.
New research shows that 85% of people in the UK have experienced anxiety. However, being anxious doesn't always mean an anxiety disorder.
Phrenology was hugely popular in the 19th century but today is more often remembered for its dark history and links to eugenics.
A Canadian health body has warned that Chronic Wasting Disease could spread to humans via meat.
Christin Lipinski will have to go skin grafts along with reconstructive surgery to tackle the effects of the aggressive bacteria.
A new study conducted at a Dutch music festival demonstrates the extraordinary powers of the placebo effect.
The US and Canada could be three years away from MDMA-assisted psychotherapy. Experts at top institutions say psychoactive substances may be the future of mental health treatment.
Smallpox is estimated to have killed between 300-500 million people in the 20th century alone, before being eradicated in the late 70s.
A third of young women avoid cervical screenings because they are embarrassed by their genitals, according to a new survey
Tide pods are made of dangerous chemicals and should not be consumed. Here are a few of the ingredients.
Surgeons conducted the first of its kind operation after the patient's first face transplant was rejected by his body and had to be removed.
Initially, when she went to see a doctor, it was thought that it was nothing but common flu.
Karu Paswan from the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand said that because of poverty he developed the habit of eating mud.