Gene mapping study shows challenges for promising technology for detecting disease risks
Volunteers cuddle babies too sick or tiny to leave hospital; 'a simple touch can be healing'
Myanmar denies health care to Rohingya; patients dying as Doctors Without Borders shut down
GO FIGURE: To reach goal, people have to sign up for health care at rate faster than breathing
From boomers to seniors, 2 of every 100 Americans now have artificial hips, knees, study finds
FDA approves Cephaly headband as first medical device to prevent migraine headaches
Rep. Dingell leaves Detroit hospital after having procedure to correct abnormal heart rhythm
Ex-king of Wall Street generates $80M donation for George Washington University public health
Many women who suffer from painful periods never know they have endometriosis.
Saudi Arabia reports another fatality from new, SARS-like virus; total deaths now at 63
GOP hits hard on Obamacare after House election, with sometimes suspect claims
Dannon says it will improve nutritional profile of its yogurts; Danimals sugar to be cut
California medical experts question value of Gilead's $1000-per-pill hepatitis C drug
UN rights chief says Nigeria's anti-gay law may harm public health, deter HIV education
Fla. Supreme Court throws out limits on medical malpractice awards in wrongful death cases
Longtime US Rep. John Dingell undergoes procedure in Detroit to correct abnormal heart rhythm
State and federal inspectors have found several problems over the years at a Delaware dairy facility whose operations were recently halted after a deadly outbreak of a food-borne bacteria.
Florida teen accused of poisoning teacher's Diet Coke with hand sanitizer; charged with felony
The Centers for Disease Control says that from 2003 to 2012, overall obesity rates remained stable. And there was a big reduction in obesity in children between the ages of two and five.
La. mother accused of injecting hand sanitizer into feeding tube, killing Down syndrome son
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