Scientists suggest that all US adults should contact doctors in order to screen depression.
A new study should that one in seven diagnosed are younger than 50 years. A second study found fecal testing an effective tool for colon cancer detection.
Experts argued that there is no concrete evidence that cancer screenings reduce overall death rate.
A large ovarian cancer-related screening involving 200,000 women over a 14-year period claimed that blood screening reduces risk of death by 20% but data remained largely vague and inconclusive.
A large trial has concluded that screenings for ovarian cancer can effectively lower death risk.
Joan Lunden, a former co-host of ABC's "Good Morning America," wants to become an advocate for breast cancer awareness.
Breast cancer patients' risk of recurrence have fallen from the 1980s to the early 2000s, a new study reported.
In a new study, researchers examined the screening rate for people suffering from dementia and discovered that the majority of these people never see a doctor for mental health issues.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force concluded that the need for vitamin D screenings is unsupported.
According to a new study, older people who lose 10 percent or more in weight have a higher risk of hip fracture.
A new screening method can help predict suicide risk in soldiers with a history of mental health problems.
Medicare announced its latest proposal that will offer coverage for annual lung cancer screenings to smokers or former smokers.
A new study reported that colon cancer rates are increasing in young adults between the ages of 20 and 49.
A new study found that older men could benefit from more aggressive screenings and treatments for osteoarthritis.
A new study reported that an intervention program involving telephone counseling can encourage adult childhood cancer survivors to get heart screenings.