Experts with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that one in 45 American kids has an autism spectrum disorder.
Seniors living in rural areas of the United States are more likely to die earlier than those living in urban areas, a new study reported.
According to new federal data, the smoking rate among American adults has continued to fall.
Despite efforts to reduce adult obesity in America, the rates continue to rise, according to new federal research.
113 women have filed a joint lawsuit against Qualitest Pharmaceuticals over allegedly mislabeled birth control packages.
The HUD has proposed a new rule that would ban smoking in all public housing across the U.S.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) concluded that glyphosate, which is an active ingredient in Roundup, is an unlikely cause of cancer.
Certain antibiotics can make the superbug, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), even stronger, a new study found.
The global maternal mortality rate has declined by nearly 50 percent, the United Nations and the World Bank announced Thursday.
Canadian scientists have successfully breached the brain-blood barrier in order to deliver cancer drugs to a patient.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may finally provide an official definition on the word "natural" when it comes to food.
Changes in a person's sense of humor can be an early sign of dementia, a new study reported.
Belly fat, aka central obesity, might lead to more serious health conditions than obesity, a new study reported.
The FDA approved the drug combination of Cotellic (cobimetrinib) with Zelboraf (vemurafenib) for patients with a specific form of melanoma.
More women living in the United States are choosing long-acting birth control (LARC), a new federal report concluded.