Adding tomosynthesis to biennial digital mammography screening for women with dense breasts may improve breast cancer detection at a reasonable cost, relative to biennial mammography screening alone, according to a new study.
According to a Canadian task force, men should not get PSA screening because the test can do more harm than good.
Passengers on flights that originated from one of the three Ebola-stricken West African nations will have to land in one of the five designated U.S. airports, the Department of Homeland Security announced.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's osteoporosis screening guidelines for young, post-menopausal women is not very effective, a new study reported.
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.
Five major U.S. airports will start screening more diligently for any signs of Ebola in passengers traveling from any of the three affected Wes African countries.
According to a recent study, researchers found that only half of the Americans over the age of 45 get screened for diabetes.
In a new study, researchers reported that lung cancer diagnostic tests, in particular, become less effective when conducted in areas where infectious lung disease is a common health problem.
According to researchers, severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), dubbed "Bubble Boy" disease, is two times more common than experts believed.
According to a new study, cancer screenings are common but not beneficial for seniors with a short life expectancy.
A new study out of Norway concluded that a sigmoidoscopy can be an effective tool in detecting and preventing colon cancer.
For the first time, researchers have come together to call for a better screening of psoriatic arthritis to help millions of people worldwide suffering from the condition.
Public Citizen has urged 20 hospitals to stop marketing unnecessary health screenings.
Researchers estimated that pancreatic cancer will become the second leading cause of death related to cancers by 2030.
A new study reported that U.S. cervical cancer rates have been underestimated in previous studies.