2-year-old girl becomes 12th person to die of bird flu in Cambodia this year
You're exercising, drinking lots of water and adopting other practices considered healthy. So why do you feel so bad?
75 years after Kristallnacht, ranks of Holocaust survivors shrinking at retirement home
Could spit be the key to concussion research
For women, "below the belt" cancers can be killers.
Despite high-tech advances, blind jobseekers still face many obstacles in pursuit of work
Column: Now it Fox who's day-to-day as Broncos try to maintain even keel without their coach
Appeals court sides with business owners who challenged health care law contraceptive mandate
If you wake up this morning with a hangover from too many drinks last night, your head probably feels the pain now - but your heart could feel it later.
For some proud New York City Marathon runners, the events of the past year are very personal
Thousands of Americans, already frustrated over the flawed roll-out of Obamacare, are receiving letters that their policies are being canceled.
Doctors, veterinarians share ideas for treating medical problems in humans, animals
Johns Hopkins Medicine says it has suspended a service in which radiologists give second readings on X-rays of coal miners seeking benefits for black lung disease.
Doctor: UNC Hall of Fame coach Sylvia Hatchell doing well during treatment for leukemia
Oracle, Red Hat join in effort to fix problems crippling Obama's healthcare site
Texas doctor convicted of in death of Michael Jackson sues state medical board over license
Pa. Democrat holds health-care law town hall amid uproar over website woes, insurance cutoffs
Surgery lifts veil of darkness in Myanmar as woeful health care left high rate of blindness
Belgium considering unprecedented law to grant euthanasia for children, dementia patients