Scientists’ plans to carry out the first human head transplant next year has raised questions about whether such a surgery is even possible or ethically sound.
High-profile sexting cases continue to bring this topic to light in the media, but is compulsive sexting an “addiction” or something else?
Face transplants have come a long way from the first one in 2005, but there is still more progress to be made.
Executives at many publicly traded and nonprofit hospitals make millions of dollars in salary and other benefits.
Declines in heart disease have bumped cancer to the leading cause of death in some parts of Europe, but heart disease remains number one in the United States.
Educating parents about the importance of safe sleep environments for their young infants can reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related deaths.