New statistics show 60 percent of young British people referred to doctors for mental health treatment are denied support. A teenage girl who's been through the system and a mental health charity explain
Federal regulators this month opened a new era in the treatment of a deadly liver virus that infects three to five times more people than HIV. Now the question is: Who will get access to the new drug hepatitis
Credit: Giphy With the Apple watch already outselling all of its competitors in less than a year on the market, smartwatches are here to stay, in part because as consumers, we’ve grown accustomed to accessing
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Many patients don’t receive anticlotting drugs; nurses don’t always give them Blood clots, which form when blood doesn’t flow properly, can happen to anyone, including travelers on long plane rides in
In response to deadly superbug outbreaks, the Food and Drug Administration recommended extra steps that hospitals can take to clean medical scopes while work continues on redesigning the troublesome devices.
Mountaineers recover the body of Patrice Hyvert, 23, an aspiring mountain guide who disappeared on the French face of Europe's tallest mountain in 1982 Hikers scaling Mont Blanc have stumbled upon the
Detroit police were working to unravel the case of a 12-year-old boy missing for more than a week and feared dead who was found alive and well on Wednesday hidden behind clutter in his family's basement.
ABUJA, Nigeria – World pressure on Nigeria is mounting over its slow reaction and failure to rescue hundreds of schoolgirls kidnapped by terrorists in a remote part of the country. Tuesday, President called
American kids are more likely to be medicated for behavioral problems if they're in poor or military families
Over 3 million children in total An estimated 7.5 percent of American children age 6-17 were prescribed drugs to treat behavioral and emotional difficulties in 2011, according to a CDC reportpublished
A blood test for diagnosing autism is becoming a realistic possibility, but the ethical implications are profound Autism was formally described for the first time 71 years ago. The medical notes for "Case
fastcoexist.com - About the author Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company. Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More
Scientists at Stanford University have successfully managed to reprogram human skin cells and turn them into sperm cell precursors. Their findings, published in the journal Cell Reports, show that skin
"I'm a huge sucker for alliteration," says the guy who helped kick off the social media phenomenon. In 2006, Matt Halfhill thought there could be an opportunity to do something similar to tech blogs like