There appears to have been an equipment failure at a long-term storage tank containing liquid nitrogen at the University Hospitals Fertility Center, NBC News reported.
A 6-year-study has discovered a possible connection between gut bacteria and blood sugar, a revelation that could pave the way for new treatments for diabetes.
U.S. consumers are expected to spend $122 million on collagen products. But as it's gotten more popular, there have been questions about how well it works and concerns about its safety.
It had been thought that the hippocampus -- which plays a major role in learning and memory -- generates new neurons throughout adulthood, CNN reported.
There have been no reports of mumps in Texas or any other states in connection with the National Cheerleaders Association All-Star National Championship held Feb. 23-25, according to health department spokesman Chris Van Deusen.
The company has relied on frozen beef patties since the 1970s.
Disagreement centers largely upon the herb's ability to activate opioid receptors in the brain, experts say.
Those ubiquitous bags of saline have been around for more than a century. But some researchers now wonder if there are better, less salty, options.
The recommendation for universal screening is a change from the previous guidelines, published a decade ago, and is the first step in a larger strategy that should be followed when a doctor suspects a teenage patient might be depressed.
Unlike existing flu drugs, such as a Tamiflu, which require patients to take it twice-a-day for 5 days, the Japanese medication is taken in a single dose regardless of age the company said.
Graves' disease is "an immune system disorder that results in the overproduction of thyroid hormones," according to the Mayo Clinic.
Rhabdomyolysis is a syndrome involving muscle breakdown and damage. When muscles are injured, they release their contents, including a muscle enzyme, into the bloodstream. The disorder is dangerous but rare. In one study, 22 people out of 100,000 were known to have it.
FluMist, the inhaled flu vaccine, may be on its way back to doctors’ offices in the U.S. A CDC vaccine committee voted Wednesday to put the nasal spray back on its list of available vaccines.
Kratom -- a plant that grows in Asia -- poses serious health risks, according to the FDA. Earlier this month, the agency declared that kratom acts like an opioid in the human brain.
For the study, the researchers used models that were based on data from 284,335 patients and validated using two separate data sets of 12,026 and 999 patients.