The co-founder of a Massachusetts pharmacy was acquitted Wednesday of causing the deaths of 25 people but convicted of other racketeering charges in a nationwide meningitis outbrea...
- Men who see more ads for low testosterone or "low T" on local television channels may be more likely to seek tests or treatments to boost their levels of the hormone, a U.S. stud...
Between 2000 and 2015, poison control centers in the United States received 188,468 calls about prescription opioid exposures in children and teens, a new study finds.
Was it murder or a tragic public health outbreak?
Brazil's Health Ministry says 424 people have been infected with yellow fever in the largest outbreak the country has seen in years.
Over one-third of women in the United States have limited or no access to medical centers that treat fertility problems, according to a new study.
Just a small fraction of adolescents with opioid addiction will receive medications that can help them quit, new research shows.
Adults who were born prematurely at a very low birth weight may be more likely to experience mental health problems like depression and anxiety, a recent study suggests.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has $80 million to $90 million left over from the last major outbreak of bird flu to fight any new discoveries of the virus, the department's chi...
Women who got their first period at age 11 or earlier are at higher risk of developing diabetes during pregnancy, a recent Australian study suggests.