It is unknown where the video was filmed, but a Facebook page from the Mexican state of Coahuila was the first to share it. The video was originally posted in August 2017.
Doctors at St. Joseph's University Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey use laughing gas and dry needling to treat pain associated with broken bones and kidney stones.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. court temporarily blocked the Trump administration from delaying or ending an Obama-era rule aimed at preventing oil and gas leaks during production, according to court d
The Food and Drug Administration has announced the voluntary destruction and recall of a company's dietary supplements that contain kratom, an addictive opioid.
The dangers of ibuprofen and four other popular tablets, taken by millions of adults across the world to dampen their discomfort, were assessed by Taiwanese researchers.
OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest, will generally shun investments in energy sources such as coal that are unlikely to be needed in a future low-carbon s
Canada's appalling record on Indigenous health is undermining its efforts to be a global health leader.
Mother-of-two Katie Welsh, now 33, from Manchester, collapsed three days after her boyfriend Dan Slawycz popped the question while the couple were on a romantic weekend away in February 2016.
Researchers have discovered a new link between gut bacteria and obesity. They found that certain amino acids in our blood can be connected to both obesity and the composition of the gut microbiome.
A saliva test to quickly identify diagnostic markers of the Zika virus is being developed by researchers at New York University.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A top European Union official scoffed at Britain's environment minister, the Brexit campaigner Michael Gove, for suggesting leaving the EU will make it easier for London to pass g
Researchers from Oregon State University found that of 50 participants who had battled a traumatic life event, 32 viewed these incidences as landmarks in their journey towards self-discovery.
ABC News' David Kerley goes inside the National Institute of Health headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland, where scientists are working to create a universal vaccine against the influenza virus.
The $18 billion industry is expected to grow 5.8% in 2018, according to the Urgent Care Association of America.
At least 913 suspected cases of Lassa fever have been recorded since the turn of the year, Nigeria's Center for Disease Control states. This is a jump of almost 50 per cent in just a week.
Eighteen-month-old Ivy Angerman, from Hastings, Minnesota, was diagnosed with the extremely rare condition aquagenic urticaria in October last year and is one of just 50 sufferers worldwide.
(Reuters) - A European Medicines Agency (EMA) panel on Friday recommended against approving Puma Biotechnology's lead breast cancer drug, an outcome the U.S drugmaker had signaled last month.
Scientists at the German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Bonn found a rise in the number of chemicals related to ageing and disease in mice with older fathers.
Duke the Irish retriever is learning to walk on four paws after a 3D printed leg was made for him.
The evidence continues to show that the flu and pertussis vaccines are safe for mothers to get during pregnancy both for them and for their babies.