Facebook has become the most popular social network in the world, with more than 1.7 billion accounts, and researchers at the University of Cambridge believe the site can help identify mental illness and even be used to treat it.

Prepare to taste the rich joy of peanut butter, kids! Researchers have developed a wearable patch that administers a small amount of peanut protein through the skin to treat peanut allergies in children and young adults.

Recent research has shown telerehabilitation can be a valuable tool for breast cancer patients in alleviating side effects of both the cancer and its treatments.

Scientists from the Salk Institute have created a computer program that takes over the job of clinicians to analyze video of the eyes of patients to help treat blepharospasm.

Millions of parents post pictures and updates about their children on social media, but new research presented at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) 2016 National Conference & Exhibition warns parents about the hidden dangers of updating your Facebook and Twitter feeds about what your child is doing.