News Category: Research
Travelers should plan ahead to receive yellow fever vaccine before traveling to much of country, including Rio de Janeiro.
Neither number nor duration of abdominal fetal ultrasounds is associated with future development of autism spectrum disorder.
Deployed troops report symptoms at rates three to four times higher than non-deployed counterparts.
Firearm injuries represent mounting burden on US healthcare system.
Mobile education intervention leads to increased self-study behaviors and better performance on standardized medical exams.
Many LGBT caregivers also suffer more financial strain, poor health, and emotional stress than non-LGBT caregivers.
Challenges may arise when consumers contact healthcare providers about their raw DNA interpretation results.
Both female and male intake of sugar-sweetened beverages associated with reduced fecundability.
States with greater residential segregation of Black and White populations have higher racial disparities in fatal police shootings of unarmed victims.
Manganese, mercury, and trichloroethylene found in five different sites adjacent to residential areas.