The American Medical Association released a statement on Monday, June 8 declaring there wasn't a valid medical reason for excluding transgender people from the U.S. military.
Stem cells help injured nerves reach their destination to increase sensory function.
A law in Argentina taps into the healing power of laughter by requiring specially trained clowns be hired to help treat child-aged patients.
Researchers found children who received stem cells after a traumatic brain injury were out of intensive care faster than those who didn't.
Researchers debate the trade off performing surgery on small child and the decreased mental capabilities treatment might result in.
Two surgeons will be traveling the country to promote men's health after some disappointing survey results.
The myxoma virus was found to kill rabbits and was even used in rabbit pest control products. Now, it's been proven to help transplant patients by killing cancer cells.
A 10-year-old dolphin lover thought the best part of her day would be meeting Winter the dolphin. She was wrong.
For the first time, a partial skull and scalp transplant was successfully transplanted onto a male patient who had suffered from a large, cancer-related head wound.
Patients of various ages are at a higher risk of post-op death when angiotensin receptor blockers are stopped after the procedure.
St. Mary's Medical Center in Florida is being monitored after another baby died following heart surgery.
Scientists have developed a way to 3D map using a powerful MRI. This means there should be less error during surgery, with a complete perspective before the procedure.
In the next four years, more than $100 billion is expected to be saved through technology as it continues to establish a presence in healthcare.
An international panel of experts said mammograms did the most good for women in their 50s and 60s.