A Chinese researcher claims that he helped make the world's first genetically edited babies -- twin girls born this month whose DNA he said he altered with a powerful new tool capable of rewriting the very blueprint of life.
Researchers say differences in the depth and width of the pelvic canal determine a newborn's route into the world, and forcing births to conform to a single standard can be harmful to mother and child.
The Breakfast Club is a free six-week program for former players with at least two credited seasons at EXOS workout facilities or YMCAs, bringing them together for three workouts a week, along with physical therapy and a nutritionist.
Canadian researchers say they may have identified substances from the human gut that could turn Type A and B blood into Type O blood -- a discovery that could make blood donation simpler, especially in times of emergency.
Google the word "cannabis" coupled with just about any disease -- arthritis, epilepsy, even cancer -- and there are all sorts of health claims made about what some have come to view as a potential wonder drug.
Glaucoma may be one of the leading causes of irreversible blindness in Canada, but surprisingly little is known about what actually causes it. Now, U.S. researchers think they have found evidence that the eye disease might actually be caused by an autoimmune response.
Move over, Mother Nature. First-time moms at low risk of complications were less likely to need a caesarean delivery if labour was induced at 39 weeks instead of waiting for it to start on its own, a big study found. Their babies fared better, too.