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.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation devices have been shown to work for depression, and a clinical trial suggests they might also help people with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
“This decision recognizes a moral imperative that must be addressed," the dean of medicine said of the move to offer free tuition to all students.
People who got about half their calories from carbohydrates had longer lifespans than those who ate high- or low-carb diets, the study found.
Three years after Katie Stubblefield’s face was severely disfigured, she got a second chance — and a new face.
Name-brand EpiPens have seen skyrocketing prices in recent years, and there have been shortages of the auto-injectors as well.
Doctors found the decades-old surprise inside a cyst.
After eating at an Ohio Chipotle, 647 people reported getting sick.
Because thyroid pills are used to treat serious conditions, the federal agency recommends that you continue to take the medication until you can get a replacement.
Toxemia, better known as preeclampsia, can happen in any pregnancy, and the risks to mother and baby are significant.
The Natural Cycles app uses information about your body temperature and periods to predict when you need to abstain from sex or use protection to avoid pregnancy.
There's a lot of anecdotal evidence but what does the science say?
Discharged From Palliative Care, Australia's Medical Cannabis Poster Boy Is Still Struggling For Access
"It's the same problems, again and again."
I’ve taken every milestone in my life so far as an opportunity to resent my body, so why stop now?
Unlike other contraceptive rings, which need to be replaced every month, Annovera is inserted and removed by the user every month for a year.
Exercise can make you feel better. Now a large new study shows some types are more effective than others, but just about anything helps.
Black women in the US are less likely to breastfeed than other women, despite the benefits for both the mother and baby.
West Virginia and Vermont have the highest rates of opioid use disorder among pregnant women at delivery.
Everyone seems to think people — particularly young women — are having a lot of sex, but that's not really true.
Ben Taylor contracted Loa loa worms and painted them before he even knew what was happening.
Selfies and face filters have changed the way we see ourselves — but some physicians argue that this could be a problem.
It's one hypothesis food safety officials are considering.
Yes, this can happen. Here's what poppy seed lovers need to know.
A new trend on Instagram has thousands of teens using thread pages to share advice. But experts warn that the tips given on these pages could do more harm than good.
Blue Diamond’s Almond Breeze product may contain cow’s milk, which can be a problem for people with allergies.
The futuristic frozen dessert is a hit on social media, but it could do some serious damage to your skin and internal organs.
Paramedics Often Give This Shot After A Cardiac Arrest. New Data Shows It’s Leading To Brain Damage.
"One interpretation is that epinephrine can save the heart, but is too little, too late for the brain," said one expert.
As many as 1 in 3,000 patients who get it may die after the procedure, according to an industry task force.