Porter Stanley is one of about 30 people ever in the world to have a reported diagnosis of Beare-Stevenson syndrome, a condition that caused the bone plates in his skull to fuse together before he was born.
Results from a new European study debunks the common myth that exercise before bed disrupts sleep, with researchers finding that as long as the exercise is not too intense, it can be done at any time of day.
Surgeons at a Canadian hospital have used cutting edge technology to completely reconstruct a two-year-old’s skull after her head swelled to the size of a basketball due to an abnormal brain condition.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling certain U.S. cauliflower, red and green lettuce products which were sold in several provinces including Ontario, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick.
Germany's highest court has decided that people must be allowed to be entered in official records as neither male nor female, saying in a ruling published Wednesday that authorities should create a third identity or scrap gender entries altogether.
Public health officials across the country are seriously considering increasing the supply of safer opioids to quell a crisis that newly released data show helped claim more than 2,000 lives in the first half of the year.
Mental-health researchers around the world are taking notice of what people feel when the world they've always known changes gradually or suddenly from climate change. Some call it environmental grief, some call it solastalgia -- a word coined for a feeling of homesickness when home changes around you.