One in three American families faces difficulty affording diapers, according to one survey.
Betty Hauck's long career in classical music included playing at the White House for the Kennedys, and in a string quartet with Yo-Yo Ma. But at the age of 65,...
Arizona has become the first state in the country to pass a law that would allow frozen embryos to be given to the person who wants to develop them "to...
Though he became blind in his teens, Erik Weihenmayer didn't let his lack of sight prevent him from summitting Mount Everest or kayaking the Grand Canyon.
When Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) became the first senator to have a baby while in office, some also noted that she's 50 years old.
In the 1970s, a medical complication arose that threatened the future of the hip replacement procedure.
It's the latest step the government has taken toward solving a problem that nearly 4 million pregnant women face in the U.S. each year.
A new law in Alabama requires religiously exempt day care centers to meet the state's minimum health and safety standards.
A surprising number of animals in the animal kingdom take the idea of "repair" to the next level.
A new study followed a group of patients with chronic health issues over a period of around two years as they received specially tailored meal plans.
In 2014, doctors in Colorado noticed a cluster of mysterious cases — children were coming in with weak and paralyzed limbs.
After a recent spate of suicides on the school's campus, a professor sought out those suffering from depression and suicidal thoughts.
Last month, Congress passed a spending bill that included language allowing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to resume "conducting research on the causes of gun violence."
It's only reports of initial talks right now, but such a merger "would be a huge deal," Bloomberg senior editor Michael Regan says.
The new book "Every Note Played" tells the fictional story of a concert pianist whose career comes to an abrupt end when he is diagnosed with the disease.
Iraq is emerging from a three-year battle against ISIS, a conflict that left millions displaced and entire communities without basic services.
Cary, North Carolina, is one of the first to try to fight the opioid crisis by screening wastewater to track drug use.
A New York Times report includes records of pitches to the industry, emails from the NIH to researchers and extensive interviews with involved parties.
"When you're on the receiving end, it stays with you," one commenter wrote of how bullying has impacted his life.
Earlier this week doctors in some hospitals began using gene therapy to treat a rare vision disorder that can lead to blindness.