Treatment options for advanced breast cancer are desperately needed, according to cancer experts...
The potentially deadly enterovirus D-68 presents danger to young children. ...
A study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that the less expensive and radiation-free ultrasounds can detect kidney stones as well as the more expensive CT scans. Also, the FDA is investigating the increase in testosterone therapy by older men.
A major manufacturer is removing the tiny plastic particles from its toothpaste.
Researchers in Boston say that generic statins are more effective than name-brand cholesterol pills.
Pediatric researchers found that 11 million prescriptions for antibiotics in kids may be unnecessary.
Research from the American Heart Association found that controlling blood sugar levels may not be enough to avoid heart disease and diabetes. Plus, doctors are calling on wealthier countries to help fight the Ebola virus outbreak.
The CDC is tracking the disease that is currently affecting twelve states.
A new batch of lawsuits challenge the White House’s mandate that requires employers to provide contraception for employees.
Researchers say a new flu drug called Peramivir is safe and effective in treating patients. Plus, kidney and thyroid cancers in children are on the rise.
Attorney General Eric Holder is announcing a new nationwide 'take-back' program to help combat prescription drug abuse, a problem he calls an "urgent and growing threat."
Hundreds of children are sickened by a respiratory illness with symptoms that mimic a common cold.
British researchers were able to target the aggressive immune system cells that attack healthy tissue and convert them into cells that could protect against diseases. Also, new study reports postmenopausal woman can prevent stroke by eating potassium-rich foods.
The CDC issued a dire warning about Ebola, and CNN's Sanjay Gupta explains the challenge of containing the outbreak.
Doctors say that new treatment could be a big breakthrough to help those affected by the condition.
For the first time, scientists from the University of Edinburgh were able to grow a whole functional organ, a thymus, from scratch inside a living mouse.
Breast cancer researchers in Britain have come up with a new classification system for the disease which could help improve treatment. Also, a drug to fight multiple sclerosis is doing well in clinical trials.