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"
Packaged salads sold under a number of different brand names sickened at least a dozen people, officials say
Health officials investigate connection to rare but serious Guillain-Barré syndrome; travel warning expands
Surgeons at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center are using a new flexible robot to perform delicate head and neck operations
Despite increasing evidence of long-term health effects of concussions, some young children are encouraged to play tackle football
Newly developed robotic system makes head and neck operations less invasive
Overdiagnosis of older Americans may add $1.2 billion a year in health care costs
For companies, the link between financial performance and the health of workers is clear -- should investors demand details?
When monster storms blow in, don't take chances with your health and safety
Irving Fields plays piano in NYC lounges, five nights a week; there is one thing he misses ...
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation sees health issues as a linchpin in helping poor people overcome their challenges
"It's not if, it's when," one expert says, as concerns grow about the mosquito-borne virus
TV "doctor" uses humor to grab attention, get people to answer screening questions
Product sold on websites including Amazon.com could pose serious health risk, officials say