Health - Page 18

Unwanted tattoos? Make them disappear, for real

New faster, more effective laser removal system just got FDA approval.

Humans take a lesson from the wild with kangaroo care for preemies

Research shows that skin-to-skin contact is vital.

Night runs are a neon-lit party that's always moving

Races in Europe, Australia and Israel are as much about fun as fitness.

The health benefits of pomegranates

The seeds of this round, red fruit are touted for their antioxidants.

Autism: The college years

Is higher education in the cards for kids with autism? Learn what colleges are doing to make it possible.

Scientists discover how rabies takes a ‘fast train’ to the brain

Research could lead to new treatments for diseases like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and ALS.

The Dairy Fairy makes nursing moms’ lives easier

Meet the inventor of a line of lingerie that helps new mothers with hands-free nursing.

Ebola expert: U.S. scare should serve as wake-up call

Virologist working on Ebola vaccine has been researching outbreak possibilities for years.

Eye movements could help diagnose ADHD

Researchers say involuntary eye movements are a reliable physiological marker for diagnosing the disorder.

A coral farming lab that grows … bones?

Coral grown to treat human bone injuries is the health sector's newest commodity.

Researchers make inroads toward a cure for the flu

Viruses aren't easy to defeat, but scientists are taking creative approaches from multiple angles.

Medical treatments offer new ways to quit smoking – and make it stick

Tobacco causes nearly 6 million deaths per year in developed countries, but most people who try to quit on their own will relapse within a few days.

Innovative sunblock doubles as jellyfish sting preventer

Israeli invention allows groups to swim for long distances without being stung.

Paraplegics closer to regaining mobility with ReWalk Robotics

ReWalk's innovative exoskeleton can return mobility to people suffering from spinal cord injuries.

Heat stroke more life-threatening for runners than previously thought, study says

Cardiologists at Tel Aviv University made an unexpected discovery while studying athletes.