Medical mystery baffles Washington State doctors.
Since 2009, child members of the Followers of Christ in southwestern Idaho have died of causes that could have been treated by a doctor, according to autopsy reports.
School districts in Texas say pro-active approach to cleanliness is stopping the flu in classrooms.
FDA warns about large doses of acetaminophen.
Middle-aged men risk a faster mental decline as they age if they've been drinking heavily for years, new research suggests.
Health officials are reporting a drop in the rate of new lung cancer cases.
Record-breaking cold puts pressure on firefighters to do their jobs.
New study shows the benefits of meditation.
A new study looks at the effects of combining the flu shot with another common vaccine for children.
Makers of a weight loss additive called Sensa will return more than $26 million to consumers to settle federal charges that the company used deceptive advertising claiming that consumers could lose weight by simply sprinkling the powder on their food.
Study shows link between teen texting and behavior.
New research sheds light on how to best treat a brain post-concussion.
The Food and Drug Administration approved 27 first-of-a-kind drugs in 2013, down from 39 new medications in 2012, which was a 15-year high.
Researchers say vitamin E might slow the progression of mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease - the first time any treatment has been shown to alter the course of dementia at that stage.
When youngsters continually struggle to fall asleep at night, new research suggests maybe their body clock doesn't match their bedtime.