Cindy Pierce says that today’s students need more guidance about sex.
Decades after the Vietnam War, veterans are beginning to seek mental health treatment.
Critics say the message is designed to reverse Coke’s image as a contributor to the obesity epidemic.
Medical device makers are working on alternatives, for colonoscopies, including swallowable cameras
The problem appears worse in some communities, but it’s not often clear why.
Using sunscreen can reduce the risk of skin cancer, but not all sunscreens are created equal. We get recommendations.
Critics say the law will lead to excessive testing and confusion, but supporters say it puts healthcare firmly in the hands of the individual.
A growing body of research says a drug called Suboxone can offer a stable recovery from opiate addiction, but it remains hard to get.
As a result of the war against illegal narcotic use, legitimate patients are sometimes not able to get the pain medications they need.
An anonymous donor funded a study in St. Louis on IUDs, and then low cost IUDs in Colorado and Iowa and then the development of a new, low-cost IUD known as Liletta.
Republicans in the Senate are not expected to come up with enough votes today to pass a bill to cut federal funding for Planned Parenthood.
While the product flopped with consumers, trauma surgeons are using Google Glass while treating critically injured patients.
Atlanta’s metro area has one of the highest rates in the country for new diagnoses of HIV and AIDS.
The experimental vaccine was tested in Guinea. World Health Organization officials are hopeful it works to stop the deadly virus.
Former President Harry Truman was the first to enroll in Medicare.