Researchers seek to make births safer for women and babies as they develop a blood test that can accurately predict premature births during pregnancy. It's also a less expensive method of identifying the due date.
Suicide incidents shot up alarmingly in the United States, according to the CDC. Since 1999, suicide rates have gone up in nearly all states, regardless of gender, age, and race.
Cheers to that! Missing work is not a sign of too much drinking after all, as a new study says non-drinkers miss more work days than those who enjoy their alcohol in moderation.
A doctor used television and social media to reach out to a woman and urge her to seek medical help for a lump on her throat. It turned out she had thyroid cancer and she had no idea.
After suffering a cardiac arrest, a man being resuscitated by CPR stayed conscious during the ordeal for 90 minutes. This is an incredibly rare occurrence and could change CPR ethics and care in the future.
There's a surge of sexually transmitted infections across the pond with England seeing a 20 percent increase in gonorrhea and syphilis cases in the past year. Health officials say budget cuts play a role in the problem.
A year after the tragic bombing during one of her concerts, Ariana Grande speaks up about her PTSD. She says, 'I don't think I'll ever know how to talk about it and not cry.'
A man is suing pharmacy chain CVS after a chatty employee revealed his Viagra prescription to his wife and reportedly ruined his marriage. The patient is now seeking unspecified damages for the violation of his privacy.
A new study offers good news for women with breast cancer, most can actually skip chemotherapy. This is a major breakthrough, especially considering the painful side effects of chemotherapy.
There's another good reason to get some good sleep. Lack of sleep costs mankind billions of dollars. Here's what you should know.
Lettuce is supposed to make the diet better, not worse. Instead, an E.coli outbreak kills five and gets nearly 200 sick in the United States. This is the worst E.coli flareup in the country since 2006.
Missed your daily intake of supplements? Don't worry, scientists say that vitamin and mineral supplements don't really help much in preventing heart attacks and strokes.
Better think twice about that high-protein diet. While there are benefits to copious amounts of protein, it could also boost the danger of heart failure, especially for middle-aged men.
The Food and Drug Administration warns people to steer clear of sunscreen pills, saying it has not been proven to help in sun protection. The agency has already sent warning letters to companies who are marketing their products falsely.
A hepatitis A outbreak hits Nashville, Tennessee, counting 14 confirmed cases of the disease in a span of five months. Vaccinations are beginning to get underway, especially for the large number of at-risk communities in the metro.