New changes to Michigan's Medical Marijuana Act take are designed to ensure the drug is getting into the right hands.
Perceptions that young adolescents are more sexually active today than in the past is largely unfounded, according to a report in the April issue of the journal Pediatrics.
Elisha "Eli" Reimer is the first teen with Down syndrome to ever climb Mount Everest, an act he did in order to raise more than $85,000 for the foundation a foundation that carries his name.
Improvements in silicone breast implants are leading many women to revert back to the once popular device; however, the FDA warns that it's still not a life-time device.
Whether or not a doctor labels a child's potential symptoms as those associated with a specific disease impacts a parent's decision to medicate a child.
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) plans to revise their language on ADHD in the forthcoming issue of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in order to expand availability of treatment.
Honeybee deaths soared last year as nearly 50 percent of the population used in U.S. agriculture died inexplicably.
Synthetic biology took a giant step forward with the announcement that scientists have created the missing key to creating computers that function in human cells.
Thirty-five green rocks found in Morocco last year may actually be the first known meteorite samples from Mercury the wold has ever seen.
The nation's 5.4 million people living with early-stage Alzheimer's are finding hope in each other.
A doctor was arrested for second-degree manslaughter when a woman died during a reckless liposuction procedure.
Who will be prescribed medicinal marijuana in Massachusetts may end up a question to be resolved between patients and their doctors based on draft rules issued Friday by the state Department of Public Health.
People who don't shop around pharmacies for the cheapest prescription drugs could be overpaying by as much as $100 a month, according to an article by Consumer Reports.
State and government officials agreed Wednesday to go forward with a new program designed to help streamline healthcare for 500,000 low-income seniors.