Outbreak in the Bronx has killed four people and sickened dozens; health official says it's "likely that there will be more cases"
ER at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville locked down as doctors evaluate patient for a potential public health risk
It's the 50th anniversary of Medicare, so it's a good time to take a look at your coverage. Most Americans ages 65 and older are qualified for coverage, and the plan offers a slew of benefits. Jill Schlesinger reports
New findings from the Journal of the American Heart Association highlight the negative impact salt consumption could have on our health
Plague and anthrax were said to be among the microbes found in subway stations, but the report had some flaws
Dr. Howard Jones and his wife pioneered in vitro fertilization in the U.S., leading to hundreds of thousands of births
Clinton's doctor declared her "fit to serve as President of the United States"
New study finds a sudden increase in coffee consumption may have negative impact
Combination of electrical stimulation and other factors could re-awaken motor skills
Two prescription meds for two very different conditions may look and sound a little too much alike
Trial in Guinea tested thousands of people exposed to deadly virus and the results point to "a game-changer"
Officials are racing to find all the sources of the widening outbreak
Despite federal government recommendations, only 45% of boys and 60% of girls are getting vaccinated against HPV
More cases of illness are reported as investigators find contamination in two buildings
HPV vaccine can prevent cancer, but many adolescents still aren't getting it
Prospective students at UC Irvine will have lots of options to self-identify their orientation on all university admissions forms
Study finds a distinct trend among workers with high levels of job-related stress
Psychologists have long categorized personality types into introverts or extroverts, but experts say there's a middle ground
Fetal tissue from elective abortions and miscarriages has been used for decades in a wide array of medical research
There’s a middle ground on the personality spectrum