Life expectancy in the US declined from 2015 to 2016 and more young people are dying from overdoses and suicide, according to a new report.
An organ donor had cancer cells in her body that were accidentally transmitted to four transplant recipients. Three died from the disease.
Thousands of children go to the ER each year with head and neck injuries related to baby walkers, usually after falling down stairs.
In a freak accident, Xavier Cunningham fell out of a treehouse face-first onto a meat skewer. Somewhat miraculously, he is expected to make a full recovery.
Health officials are concerned about more serious respiratory viruses, such as MERS-CoV, and quarantined the planes as a cautionary measure.
The FDA sent warnings to 1,300 retailers and demanded that five manufacturers of e-cigarettes, including Juul Labs, prove they can curb youth use.
Black hairy tongue is a real condition, and fortunately, it’s reversible. Here’s what you need to know.
A Nurse Found Out Her 28-Year-Old Physician Colleague Was The Preemie She Cared For Three Decades Ago
In 1990, Brandon Seminatore was a preemie under the care of Vilma Wong. Today, the pediatric resident and NICU nurse are colleagues.
Dozens of passengers on an Emirates airline flight reported having fevers and coughing, and at least 10 were taken to the hospital after the plane landed.
Officials in Montgomery County, Maryland, are handing out condoms in high schools to combat a rise in STD cases among young people.
The outbreak has affected people in four states. It’s linked to raw chicken from Empire Kosher Poultry brand.
People showed cognitive impairments after a night of heavy drinking, researchers found.
Chagas disease can progress silently until it leads to heart disease, stroke, or cardiac arrest.
Donovanosis can cause genital ulcers and tissue damage, but it’s rare in the US and may not be so “flesh-eating” after all.
Mona Randolph has used the 700-pound machine on and off since she was diagnosed with polio in 1956.
The 2012 guidelines have been revised to include additional screening options and longer intervals between tests for women over 30.
More people in Europe were infected with measles during the first half of 2018 than during any other year in the last decade.
Dena Knapp alleges that she was severely and permanently injured after her surgeon removed the wrong organ during an operation.
Three years after Katie Stubblefield’s face was severely disfigured, she got a second chance — and a new face.
Selfies and face filters have changed the way we see ourselves — but some physicians argue that this could be a problem.