The Bipartisan Policy Center released a list of 50 recommendations Thursday that would cut the federal deficit by almost $560 billion over the next decade, $300 billion of which would come from Medicare.
Oral surgeon W. Scott Harrington may have infected dozens with Hepatitis C and others with Hepatitis B and HIV due to a breech in sanitation in his office.
Police arrested Sacred Heart Hospital Dr. Kenneth Nave, 50, for prescribing powerful narcotics without a license, as stated in a public criminal complaint Thursday.
Model scouts are now trying to recruit girls who are being treated at Stockholm Center for Anorexia Nervosa, according to media reports.Model scouts are now trying to recruit girls who are being treated at Stockholm Center for Anorexia Nervosa, according to media reports.
Researchers from Australia have reported a fall in the cases of genital warts in young girls. The decline has been attributed to the implementation of human papillomarivus (HPV) vaccination program in 2007.
A new study has shown that an occasional spanking might be good for the kid as long as love and affection from the parents offsets the negative impact of being punished.
A lot of people scoff at cigarette smokers but will happily toke on a water pipe, or hookah, because it's more socially acceptable and even viewed as less hazardous than cigarettes.
After years of stubborn stagnation, infant mortality in the U.S. is finally on the decline again, according to a report issued on Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
SexCereal is giving "breakfast in bed" with its especially tailored ingredients designed to increase the libido in both men and women.
Being a famous performer or a sports star may lead to an early death, according to a new study.
A common pain-reliever can also be used to cope with existential dread - anxiety arising from thinking about death - according to a new study.
HIV-positive mothers are less likely to pass on the infection to their babies if they breastfeed them for more than four months, a new study suggested.
Five executives of the French company Poly Implant Porthese (PIP) went on trial Wednesday for the production of faulty breast implants that triggered a global health scare.
For years scientists have been puzzled by those among us who seem to overcome the fear of self-preservation in order to save others. However, as new research on the subject emerges, some researchers wonder if perhaps it's because of people like that, that humanity has survived.