Latest study challenges current medical thinking that caffeinated beverages cause irregular heartbeats
"Heart disease in women is under researched, under-diagnosed and under-treated," cardiologist says after American Heart Association warning
Zika presents itself with mild symptoms in most people; but in pregnant women, it has been linked to babies born with an abnormally small head
The president's move to curtail solitary confinement shines a spotlight on the deep mental scars the punishment can inflict
It was a race against time and the elements to get a New York woman to the hospital
A short list of illnesses cause the majority of childhood deaths worldwide
Scientists hope to learn from genetically-modified monkeys that gave birth to offspring with the autism-linked human gene
Annual use of the fecal immunochemical test (FIT) is a reliable way to screen for colon cancer, new research shows
No charges brought against Planned Parenthood; activists' charges relate to setting up and recording undercover videos
The American Heart Association says underlying causes and symptoms of heart attacks are often different for women than men, and many women don't know what to look for
Heart attack symptoms can be different for women than men, and some groups of women face special risks
Over-the-counter pain medicines can cause harmful side effects if you don't follow this advice
Digging out from the massive snow storm is linked to heart attacks; how to avoid becoming a victim
Screening doesn't normally start until age 50, but "this study is really a wake-up call"
For first time, major cigarette maker could be forced to do something no company in its industry ever has
Sure, pregnant women now advised to avoid Brazil, but with corruption, crime and pollution rampant, it's just another headache for Olympics organizers
At least 87 Legionnaires' cases, including at least nine deaths, confirmed in Genesee County since city switched to Flint River for water
Ariana Hawk's two-year-old son drank the water in Flint, Michigan for a year and a half -- she is still waiting for lead test results
The makers of "Project: EVO" call it "digital medicine in the form of a video game," but will it really work?
"There's absolutely no way we can say it is their problem and not ours"