National Down syndrome advocates press for independent inquiry into Md. man's custody death
Noah Lowry moves forward with life as family and business man after pitching career cut short
Federal judge in Calif.: FDA must set new deadline to put delayed food safety reforms in place
Apps and online tools make tough life a bit easier for Alzheimer's, autism caregivers
Mass. health officials say 264 people were treated at hospitals after marathon bombings
Indianapolis compounding pharmacy recalls nearly 100 sterile drug formulations
What about sending your doctor a friend request?
Stress has a tight grip on many Americans, but exercise is a good way to fight it, experts say.
A look at immigrant patients who were deported back to their home countries by US hospitals
Study: Parents not talking enough about dangers of teens and Rx drug abuse
Authorities say NY woman's alleged cancer scam unraveled as people tried harder to help her
China hones its disaster relief in latest deadly quake, with helicopters and portable ATMS
UK man dies of suspected measles case as epidemic sweeps across Wales
Supreme Court takes up First Amendment dispute over anti-prostitution pledge for AIDS funding
Irish jury finds poor hospital care contributed to death of woman who was denied abortion
WHO says no evidence new China bird flu spreads easily, though a few close contacts are ill
Delaware attorney general announces new gun-control legislation
A look at the case of Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortion doctor accused of 8 murders
Longer work hours, layoffs and budget cuts have produced a workforce wracked by stress. More workers this year compared to last -- eight in 10 -- say they're stressed.
A new study by Cone Communications found 71 percent of American consumers consider the environment when they shop, and almost half look for environmental information when deciding which product to purchase.