Scientists in the U.S. have cloned two older people into early-stage embryos. ...
Older adults who take aspirin and ibuprofen may face added heart risk. ...
Women are at higher risk for some eye diseases than men and the majority aren't aware of this.
Report details the public health risks of skipping childhood vaccines.
Report details when it's OK to use a drug that has expired and when it's not.
One person dies every 36 minutes from an opioid overdose from painkillers. A recently approved drug aims to reverse that trend.
A new study in the American Journal of Hypertension says that too little salt can be equally as dangerous as too much.
Runaway demand for a life-saving hepatitis C treatment that costs $1,000 a day could send insurers' earnings per share down by double-digit percentages this year.
Schuyler Ebersol turned to writing to help overcome a strange disease.
Nearly 20% of breast cancers diagnosed by mammogram would never cause problems if left alone, according to a new report.
Health officials are scrambling to contain an outbreak of Ebola that has spread to Conakry, Guinea.
Doctors say the main cause is more parents choosing not to have their children vaccinated.
Retired Northwest Airlines pilot David Funk discusses the systems in place to ensure pilots are stable enough to fly.
Antibiotics help treat UTIs but a new drug may get rid of hard-to-reach bacteria causing infection.
The Obama administration's decision to let some consumers enroll in health plans beyond Monday's deadline sparked concern among insurers and prompted fresh attacks from opponents of the health law.
A polio-free India is one of the biggest global public health achievements of recent times.
Dermatologists and skin care advocates are frustrated with little to no advances in approval for better sunscreens.