Skin-to-skin contact key for premature baby survival, WHO says in shift

Skin-to-skin contact is key to improving survival of premature and small babies, the WHO said.

Flu shots can protect patients with heart failure from death

Flu shots can save the lives of people with cardiovascular disease by reducing cardiac complications.

Wireless earphones work as inexpensive hearing aids

Some commercial earbuds can perform as well as hearing aids. This finding, presented on November.

Examining how hormonal birth control may affect the adolescent brain

Reproductive health experts consider hormonal contraceptives good choices for adolescents because they’re safe and highly.

Study: Children with severe form of epilepsy should receive flu vaccine due to high risk after influenza infection

Children with a severe form of epilepsy should be vaccinated against the flu due to.

Over a billion young people are potentially at risk of hearing loss from headphones, earbuds, loud music venues

More than 1 billion teens and young people are potentially at risk of hearing loss.

Researchers make miniature ‘bone marrows in a dish’ to improve anti-cancer treatments

Scientists from Oxford University and the University of Birmingham have made the first bone marrow.

Study finds that marijuana and e-cigarettes can harm the heart as seriously as traditional cigarettes

E-cigarettes and marijuana have harmful effects on the heart similar to those caused by tobacco.

New study reveals that exposure to outdoor artificial light at night is associated with an increased risk of diabetes

A new study published in Diabetologia finds that outdoor artificial light at night (LAN) is associated with.

First-of-its-kind surgical procedure offers new hope for children with Hirschsprung disease

A new surgical procedure successfully addresses a common lingering challenge—incontinence—faced by some families with young.