New guidelines from the American College of Physicians say people who have had a kidney stone should drink at least 2 liters of fluid a day to prevent future stones. Drinking more fluids could cut the chances of recurring kidney stones in half.
Businesses, hospitals and aid organizations are scrambling for coverage, while insurers try to come up with workable policies
The 29-year-old who ended her battle with terminal brain cancer and became the face of the right-to-die movement reignited a passionate debate
New technique could offer hope in the fight against infections that resist treatment with antibiotics
No one broke the 2-hour mark in this year's New York City Marathon, but some experts say it's only a matter of time
Online flu tracking data was off base and Google says media coverage may be part of the reason
Pot is not just a campaign issue for young voters; in Florida, seniors with serious medical issues could make a difference
British researchers say they have identified a drug combination that can reprogram lung cancer cells to destroy themselves. Also, low-weight and premature babies may be more susceptible to osteoarthritis as adults. Eboni Williams reports on the day's top health news.
"I really do believe that malaria can be eradicated in my lifetime," 59-year-old philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder says
Medical experts predict more people in the United States will be diagnosed with Ebola before the end of the year -- but how many?
Nine days after being diagnosed with deadly virus, Spencer upgraded from "serious but stable" to "stable" condition
Nina Pham, King Charles Spaniel named Bentley together again after nurse recovers from virus
Although only one person has died from Ebola in the U.S., fear of the virus is prompting prejudice against West Africans living here
People from West African countries hard hit by the virus will no longer be granted visas to enter Canada, government says
Treatment facility can hold up to 200 patient; some signs illness may be declining
This weekend across America, the clocks go back, but a British study says children's health would improve if we didn't lose that extra hour of daylight. Lucy McDonald reports from London.
A Portland, Oregon, 14-year-old has developed a way to detect cancer sooner, and as a reward he just won a national prize and even had a planet named after him. KOIN's Kohr Harlan reports.
The end of Daylight Saving Time could bring health worries, but then again, so does its start every spring
A report from an internal government watchdog shows that Medicare's rules allow for its prescription program to pay for drugs after a patient dies
Company defends its gear against claims that it doesn't provide as much protection as promised