A new report looks at the fastest-growing cosmetic procedures in the U.S.
With Brazil being the epicenter of the Zika virus, some female athletes are saying they may not compete at the Olympics there this summer
The CDC is investigating over a dozen cases of Zika virus that may have been spread through sex
Red flags were popping up in Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s inbox for months about the polluted drinking water in Flint, long before the lead contamination problems became public
On Friday, the CDC reported that a woman who contracted the Zika virus abroad gave birth to a baby with microcephaly in the U.S.
Problems began to surface in Flint, Michigan when the city switched its water source from Lake Huron to the polluted Flint River
Officials update on pregnant women in the U.S. who have had the Zika virus liked to microcephaly
Bloom, a super-thin, credit-card-size asthma inhaler, will be submitted for FDA approval later this year
Friends and family of the U.K. woman have set up a foundation in her name to fight skin cancer
A California baby's rare heart condition could have been fatal, but doctors were able to intervene before little Grayson was even born
Twenty-two weeks into his mother's pregnancy, doctors discovered baby Grayson Davila had a rare heart condition
A new study looks at what happens in older Americans who took Ambien
Small study looks at how transgender children who are allowed to live openly compare to other kids when it comes to mental health
Experimental treatment might be an option for thousands of women unable to have children because they were born without a uterus or lost it to disease
Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health, is leading efforts to gather a one-million-person database of health and genetic information which could lead to more targeted, personalized treatments
Heart problems account for three-quarters of sports-related deaths in young athletes
Heart problems account for three-quarters of sports-related deaths in young athletes; but new study could change that
Exercising too hard for too long may cause structural changes to the heart, new research suggests
Ambitious plan for a one-million-person health database could help unravel secrets of cancer and other diseases
Health official said in a letter that San Francisco has among the highest rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis of any city in the U.S.