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Bill Gates may be the only celebrity billionaire who's “not big on this whole Mars thing.”
Republicans in the U.S. Senate on Thursday unveiled a bill that would dramatically transform the nation’s Medicaid program, make significant changes to the federal health law’s tax credits that help l...
Rachael Goldring was born with congenital heart disease. Had she been born a few decades earlier, she probably would have died as a baby. Now 24, Goldring is part of a population of patients who prese...
The percentage of sexually active teens has been gradually declining since 1988, according to the CDC.
An Australian biotech company whose largest shareholder is a U.S. congressman has the greenlight to begin human trials in the U.S. for a drug to treat advanced multiple sclerosis. The Food and Drug Ad...
The astrophysicist thinks we should prepare for a cosmic exodus in the next 200 to 500 years.
Scientists spent several days scaring the big cats with their chatter in an effort to understand how fear of humans shapes their ecosystem.
Dawn Nagel, a nurse at St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, Calif., knew she was going to have a busy day, with more than a dozen patients showing signs of sepsis. They included a 61-year-old mechanic with...
Hospital officials in Washington state have apologized after failing for months to inform a pregnant woman she was likely infected with the Zika virus that can cause devastating birth defects. Andrea...
Employees who accept buyouts must leave the agency by early September.
The rock group's famed lead guitarist wants more research into how foods might help ward off the disease.
The group has concerns about the impact of triclosan and triclocarban on the environment and on human health.
Pelosi, others write to attorney general and White House counsel against ‘unprecedented gag order’
Scientists are using the Kepler space telescope to determine how many exoplanets our galaxy may harbor. And just maybe they'll answer the question: Are we alone?
It might look awful when thousands of wildebeests drown and get chomped on by huge crocodiles during their crossing of the Mara River in the Serengeti. But a new report concludes that it has to happen for the river and the host of animals it supports to survive.
Nearly one-third of the presidential advisory council on HIV/AIDS resigned in frustration last week.
A large-scale study of ancient cat DNA suggests that cats spread out of northern Africa and the Fertile Crescent in two waves — and that some even hit the high seas in Viking ships.
A jury awarded the patient $870,000 in a medical malpractice case.
The “Star Wars” star was vocal about her struggles with mental illness and drug addiction, but she said almost nothing about the disease that contributed to her death.
But post-discharge home visits can make a difference in recovery.