Antisense therapy showed promising results in a first-in-human trial for Huntington's disease.
If your baby can roll from her back to her stomach and back again then you needn't turn her over if she rolls onto her stomach during sleep.
It comes down to what and how much you eat over the day, rather than when you eat most of your food.
Smoking ban in Bangladesh isn't working, and children are paying the price.
In the wake of the #Metoo movement, and with the goal of transforming toxic masculinity into compassionate masculinity, we must create new spaces to listen to male victims of child abuse too.
After an exceptional period of success in global malaria control, the progress has stalled. New strategies are needed to suit a variety of transmission patterns.
Women, rejoice. The speculum is getting a friendly makeover.
While school sores – or impetigo – is a treatable condition, if left untreated it can lead to much more serious illness such as kidney and heart disease.
Stories that create connection, comfort and security aren't just perfect holiday reading. They also provide inspiration - a vision of how life should be.
Just 60 minutes a week can have a very positive effect.
It's normal to feel a bit groggy when you wake up – parts of your brain are still asleep.
Research shows that virtual reality experiences can help social disconnection and improve wellness - by inspiring awe.
Meningococcal is a rare but very serious infection that can lead to blood poisoning and brain infection. But no single vaccine protects against all the strains.
Current plans to eradicate polio mean keeping the virus alive – and risk restarting the epidemic.
Some social groups are falling through the gaps of fertility data. Men, ethnic minorities and the LGBT community have explicitly been excluded from surveys.
A family physician and public health researcher explains why he isn't getting a prostate cancer test in Movember or at any time in the near future.
Surgical techniques for varicose veins are becoming more refined, but not all cases require surgery. Lifestyle changes can help.
Attention is being placed on sexual harassment and assault in the workplace, but sexual assault occurs in intimate relationships, too. Often, the causes are the same – a desire for power.
The internet can help answer patients' lingering questions.
Opioids should only be considered in limited circumstances for low back pain.