Smoking pot just once may increase teen brain volume: Why that could be bad

Smoking pot just once might be linked to changes in young brains, a new study.

No quick fix for physician burnout, depression

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Close to 44 percent of U.S. physicians are burned out,.

Colorado reports state’s first pediatric flu death of season

Health officials in Colorado reported the state’s first pediatric flu death of the season, and.

3D-printed scaffold helps treat severed spinal cords in rats

(Reuters Health) – Patients with severed spinal cords once had no hope of regaining limb.

Erectile dysfunction drug overdose caused man’s ‘debilitating’ vision problems, study says

The man reportedly experienced “debilitating night blindness,” among other issues. A man who reportedly drank.

It’s never too late to quit smoking before lung surgery

(Reuters Health) – Smokers who’ll be having surgery for lung cancer should quit smoking before.

North Carolina boy battling cancer reunited with dog after man makes 2,300-mile cross-country trip

An 8-year-old North Carolina boy, who is receiving cancer treatment in Utah, was reunited with.

Family behind Purdue Pharma pushed opioid marketing, Massachusetts says

BOSTON (Reuters) – Members of the wealthy Sackler family behind Purdue Pharma LP pushed it.

Bigorexia: When bodybuilding goes too far

If a bodybuilder or any other weight-training buff gets too preoccupied with the game, it.

France to cull wild boar at Belgium border in swine fever alert

PARIS (Reuters) – France will cull all wild boar in a zone along the Belgian.