Madison Arseneault experienced partial paralysis, cognitive impairment and other symptoms as a result of being impaled by a golf club.
The FDA has recommended Bayer AG to include a black box warning and to conduct a post-market safety study for its contraceptive product, Essure.
The California Board failed to approve a measure on Thursday that would have required adult film stars to use condoms.
A recent probe by local health inspectors revealed a number of food safety violations by a Buffalo Wild Wings branch in Kansas City after three norovirus cases had been confirmed in the suburban Overland Park outlet.
A new study found that once-a-week medication options for diabetes yield pretty similar results.
A second participant involved in Zafgen's late phase trial for an obesity drug has died.
The HUD has proposed a new rule that would ban smoking in all public housing across the U.S.
A study found that 21 percent of pediatricians will turn down an unvaccinated child.
The majority of parents would remove their child from daycare if other children were not fully vaccinated, a new study found.
The bird flu was found in farms located in the UK, Netherlands and Germany. Officials reported that the outbreaks, which may or may not be linked to one another, pose a very small health risk to the population.
A new poll conducted by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal found that 71 percent of Americans would support mandatory quarantines for Ebola health workers.
According to the lead manufacturer of crash dummies, Humanetics, the latest dummy will be obese.
U.S. federal officials have issued stricter guidelines for health care workers to follow when caring for Ebola patients.
Even though preventive measures do not ensure 100 percent safety from diseases, they can dramatically improve life quality. Here are 5 ways to reduce your future risk of breast cancer.
A new study found that 93 percent of parents used the car seat incorrectly on their very first trip home from the hospital.
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.