Medical News Today: What to know about dental implants

Dental implants are artificial structures that replace missing teeth. Learn more about the different types and implantation procedures.


Medical News Today: Blood transfusions: What to know

A blood transfusion is a safe procedure that can help treat several conditions. Read this article to learn about the different types of blood transfusions and why a person might need one.


Medical News Today: What to know about pelvic floor dysfunction

Muscles and other parts of the pelvic floor can weaken or spasm, causing pelvic floor dysfunction. Learn more about this health issue here.


Medical News Today: Can diet improve a person's vaginal health?

Eating certain nutrients as part of a healthful diet may help keep the vagina healthy, prevent infections, or improve vaginal conditions. Learn more here.


Medical News Today: What to know about skin blemishes

There are many different types of skin blemish, many of which are harmless. Learn about some blemishes, including their appearance, causes, and treatment, here.


Medical News Today: Best supplements for lowering blood pressure

Some people take dietary supplements to help reduce high blood pressure. Do these supplements work, and are they safe? Learn what the research says.


Medical News Today: Anxious about the news? Our top tips on how to cope

Does the constant cycle of negative world news make you anxious? Here, learn more about news-related anxiety and how you can fight back.


Medical News Today: The surprising link between depression and the pursuit of happiness

According to new research, placing too much emphasis on happiness can actually give rise to depressive symptoms, especially in the Western world.


Medical News Today: Schizophrenia: Largest genetic study offers new insights

The largest study of its kind analyzed genetic information from 3,444 families and found one single gene whose mutations may help explain the condition.


Medical News Today: Using salt to fight cancer

A recent study in mice finds that salt nanoparticles can kill cancer cells. The results also show that the dead cells act as a cancer vaccine.