Research suggests testosterone might be the common denominator between male pattern baldness and aggressive prostate cancer
Study suggests it may soon be possible to diagnose clinical depression as easily as checking cholesterol
A shortage of brand-name implants has women seeking out lower quality options that may pose health risks
Respected oncologist Dr. Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo is accused of trying to bring down a fellow cancer researcher with ethylene glycol
After sickening hundreds of children across the Midwest, Enterovirus D68 has now reached the East Coast
Many children are getting their hands on relatives' buprenorphine prescriptions; will new packaging help?
Ear and throat infections are common in children, but pediatricians are too quick to offer drugs that won't actually be effective
Active commuters are less stressed, better able to concentrate than those who drive
Gilead has taken criticism over the steep price attached to the hepatitis C drug, which has been hailed as a breakthrough treatment
Pediatric researchers found that 11 million prescriptions for antibiotics in kids may be unnecessary. Plus, the best way to convince someone to quit smoking. Danielle Nottingham reports on the day's top health news.
Dr. Rick Sacra recuperating in isolation unit in Omaha, Neb.
Though sleep troubles are linked to multiple sclerosis progression, many doctors still fail to identify the problem in patients
Looking to transition to a healthy, fulfilling fall diet? The ancient Indian system of Ayurveda can help
Sudarshan Kriya Yoga shows effectiveness in treating veterans' PTSD symptoms
Medical delegation headed to Sierra Leone; more than 2,400 dead in West Africa from disease
Doctors have discovered that a 24-year-old woman has unknowingly lived without this essential part of her brain
New rule follows release of government report that 4,405 workers were killed on the job in the United States in 2013
Parents trying to reassure their children may be having the opposite effect, small study suggests
23andMe hired new executives experienced in health regulation to oversee FDA approval of its genetics diagnostics kit
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. Danielle Nottingham reports on the day's top health news.