Regular Pap tests and the HPV vaccine have helped lower rates of the disease, yet more than 12,000 women are expected to be diagnosed with it in the U.S. this year. If you notice any of these cervical
Andrew Ng has likened artificial intelligence (AI) to electricity in that it will be as transformative for us as electricity was for our ancestors. I can only guess that electricity was mystifying, scary,
Having a fever during pregnancy—particularly during the second trimester—is linked to an increased risk of autism in children, according to a recent study. Autism has previously been tied to prenatal to
With little fanfare, the Food and Drug Administration did something this week that it's never done before: The agency approved a single prescription drug, pembrolizumab (marketed by Merck as Keytruda)
A designer virus which helps the immune system clear our cancer has been created by scientists. Cancer cells are very good a evading the immune system, but the new therapy capitalises on the body’s ability
Ask Americans to name the ailment they fear most, and blindness ranks at the top, along with Alzheimer's and cancer, according to a recent survey by the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University.