Experts say this could be a sign that current stroke prevention methods are working.
The Food and Drug Administration expands the approved use of the Medtronic's Corevalve System to treat patients who previously had a tissue aortic valve replacement and are in need of a second one.
Scientists in japan are using roundworms to test for cancer with near-perfect accuracy.
Just in time for warm weather, a new device developed in the UK will tell you when you've had too much sun.
Boys, older teens and those living in a deprived area were most likely to access e-cigarettes.
A new study suggests children who are allowed to sip alcohol may be more likely to start drinking by high school.
A new Danish study is busting a myth on the dangers of exercising outside in polluted areas.
Men who eat lots of fruits and vegetables with high levels of pesticide residue on them may not only have a lower sperm count but also may have a lower percentage of normally-formed sperm.
Breast cancer isn't the same for every woman even at the cellular level.
A group of U.S. experts recommend ultrasound be used as the first type of imaging gynecologists use to assess pelvic symptoms in women.