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Research comparing MRI scans taken 10 years apart reveals that men's and women's hearts change differently over time; for instance, men's tend to get heavier and hold less blood.
The American Academy of Pediatrics insist that no alcohol should be consumed during pregnancy in order to prevent fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
What is happening in week 15 of your pregnancy? Your baby is now the size of a navel orange and is developing its ability to breathe.
Scientists have stumbled upon a way to make leukemia cells kill each other, through the application of antibodies. In lab conditions, 15% of cells were killed in 24 hours.
Researchers suggests the risk of melanoma skin cancer may be predicted by the number of moles a person has on their right arm - a finding they say could be useful for doctors.
Though previous guidelines recommended delaying the introduction of potentially allergenic foods to infants, a new review suggests the earlier, the better, to prevent allergy.
Scientists have discovered where the blockage lies that prevents people who are aware - but in a vegetative state - from responding.
Babies who are born prematurely may experience weaker connections in brain networks linked to attention, communication and emotion, a new study suggests.