The family of a New York preemie born just larger than the size of a cellphone is asking for prayers as their little one gains strength, MyFoxNY.com reported.
Though unemployment is at its lowest in years, more than 9 million Americans are out of work, and their health may be suffering as a result.
Differences in amputation rates for diabetes complications are a sign that disparities in care by region and race start much earlier, according to a new report.
Aging is associated with changes in the human immune system that make us more susceptible to become ill from infections.
In spite of health care reform, the medical debt crisis is worse than ever.
The discovery of cells in the brain that act as the body's internal global positioning system, which won three scientists the Nobel Prize for medicine on Monday, opens an intriguing new window onto...
A 2003 rule restricting the number of hours doctors-in-training can work each week didn’t affect the quality of care they provided once they were practicing independently, suggests a new study.
Getting the flu vaccination is becoming a prerequisite for day care and preschool in some places.
Extremely high levels of amino acids in the bloodstream have been linked to an increased risk of pancreatic cancer, according to researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The tragic death of comedian Joan Rivers a week after slipping into cardiac arrest during a routine throat procedure at an outpatient clinic, has left many wondering: Are these facilities safe?