A study attempted to shed light on why "deaths of despair" may be causing the shorter life expectancy of white Americans.
Newborns made ill by early streptococcus infection have rise by 12 percent between 2011 and 2015 in England killing one baby every two weeks.
Research examined whether exercise is better for health, or does sleep benefit more.
Patients who receive most of their nursing care from nurses with bachelor science degrees had better care, fewer readmissions and shorter stays, a new study has found.
A Johns Hopkins study found that caregivers have an increased life expectancy than non-caregivers.
A new study reports that offspring of people who live past the average age have a lower risk of cancer.
New evidence displayed the quality of hospitals in rural areas may be deteriorating, based on a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. In the past decade, while mortality rates at other hospitals have been decreasing, death rates of patients in rural critical access hospitals have been climbing.
New tests date contamination in North Carolina's water to 1948, not 1953.