Officials in Long Island say that a 21-year-old woman faked a cancer diagnosis in order to obtain money for her heroin addiction.
Patients of Arkansas dentist Dr. William Jarrod Stewart are recommended to receive blood tests.
Her pediatrician refuses to administer the vaccine in a home with an infant in the house.
The world may end with a whimper, but the universe also began the same way.
A former waitress at Hooters is suing the restaurant chain, alleging that the restaurant forced her to quit because she was bald from a surgery.
A new invention gives a different meaning to the phrase “guns cocked”.
Leukemia is one of the most common types of cancer in children.
Until now, the endangered species managed to evade the disease.
Anyone who has spent any time in a hospital knows that the rooms are filled with a variety of noises – the whirring of machines, the occasional cough from a patient and a near-incessant barrage of beeping.
A recent study has found that getting more sleep may help stem the obesity epidemic.
27.3 percent - nearly 1 in 4 - said that they never wore sunscreen.
Though chocolate has already been found to contain health benefits in moderation, researchers have devised a method to halve the fat content in the creamy treat.
A recent study has found that dengue fever, nicknamed “bone breaking fever” for the aches that it can cause, occurs three times as often as was previously thought.
The plaintiffs, an environmental group called the Environmental Law Foundation, state that the companies have trace amounts of lead in their food and should contain warning labels on their packages to inform customers.
Two infants who have been diagnosed with herpes simplex 1, which they obtained from this procedure, have suffered from brain damage; two have died, including one infant last year.