A new study shows that The Affordable Care Act reduces heart attack deaths in middle aged Americans.
Oliver dismantles the lingering doubts among parents about whether vaccines could cause autism. (They can't.)
But the accidents themselves tend to be mellower.
MIT students are designing a probe to study the asteroid that is heading near Earth in 2029. What they learn could help build a defense to avoid future asteroid collisions.
Teen pregnancies are down dramatically since 1988. A new study shows that today's teens are more responsible about sex than decades past.
New study shows that 19 year-olds have the same inactivity as 60 year-olds.
Proponents of vegetarian eating tout their diet as more earth-friendly, but they aren't always right.
Lawsuit states that medical marijuana is a legitimate alternative to ease addiction to opioids. One of the plaintiff's in the lawsuit is the son of a longtime Republican state senator.
Abortion restrictions rose after the 2010 mid-term elections. Pro-ife advocates sought to restrict abortions in many states. This is adversely affecting low-income women.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions asked Congress to give him the ability to prosecute medical marijuana suppliers in states where it is legal.
A new study says that a third of the world'd population is now overweight. The United States is still leading the pack.
A new questionnaire-style tool from the University of Nottingham is established for successfully predicting the right dogs to be trained as guide dogs.
A Baltimore teen who has undergone several heart surgeries awoke in his hospital bed after a recent heart transplant and started dancing. Hospital staff danced right along with him.
Two conservative senators, Rand Paul of Kentucky and Mike Lee of Utah may vote against any bill to overhaul health care coming out of Senate because it is seen a too moderate.
A new study reveals that moderate drinking can damage the cognitive functions of the brain. This new study disputes earlier claims that moderate drinking was actually good for the brain.
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.