The much-awaited bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare will be introduced by Republicans this week.
Last May, Kesha took down her own body shamers by posting a bathroom selfie through instagram.
The NHS worker is so stressed by the action of Indigo Park Services that he is forced to quit his job taking care of vulnerable patients.
A wireless device is being developed and could possibly be the key to treating migraine.
The handbook in the resource kit by the National Health Mission is written in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund.
Donald Trump has promised not to cut social security and medicare healthcare for seniors nor medicare healthcare for the poor.
A grieving mother from Utah has decided to donate her breast milk to a Live Well Center. She has donated a total of 4,000 ounces of milk in December and is now close to her goal of 5,000 ounces.
Democrats are charging House Republicans from keeping their Obamacare repeal and replacing legislation under lock and key making it unavailable to the public.
Thousands of protesters march in protest over plans for unprecedented NHS cuts. Around 250,000 people were reportedly recorded in attendance in the largest NHS rally in history.
Newborns made ill by early streptococcus infection have rise by 12 percent between 2011 and 2015 in England killing one baby every two weeks.
Symptoms of E. coli illness usually begin two to eight days after consuming the bacteria. They include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting.
Since JoJo bows are now banned in school, kids can now only wear the oversized bows during weekends and on parties.
Parents will find that they will mess up once in a while in their parenting, no matter how many parenting books they will read.
Jennifer Garner is reportedly dating a mysterious man and if this is true, it will surely affect Ben Affleck badly.
Exercise and psychological treatments have been found to help in combating the common side effects of chemotherapy and cancer-related fatigue.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.