As the debate on prostate cancer screening continues, it is important for men to learn about the pros and cons to make informed decisions.
Findings from a new study suggest that genetics play a much larger role than diet in developing gout, a painful condition caused by uric acid crystals in the joints.
An international consortium released new guidelines and a patient guide for women with PCOS, a condition that is hard to recognize and diagnose.
Increased awareness plus availability of a blood test have led to the diagnosis of more alpha-gal allergies.
An expert panel recommends genetic testing for FH in people with a family history and/or very high LDL cholesterol levels.
A new experimental test that detects antibodies to a panel of cancer antigens in some patients with melanoma may eventually provide a way to detect early stage melanoma.
About 700 to 1,200 cases of necrotizing fasciitis are reported each year in the U.S. These serious infections can lead to amputations and death.
Results from a recent study could have an effect on current cervical cancer screening guidelines that recommend co-testing with HPV test and Pap smear.
New results from an ongoing study show that about 70% of women with specific breast cancers and mid-range recurrence scores on the Oncotype DX test can safely skip chemotherapy.
ACS revises screening recommendations because of a 51% increase in colon cancer among people younger than age 50 since 1994.