Go ahead and book that trip to Paris.
Trump recently told reporters that the wires in Stephen Paddock's brain were all crossed, but it's not clear where he received this information.
A sick child may die because his father's criminal record prevents him from donating his kidney.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists responded to a Buzzfeed interview with a man who was forced to go through electric-shock aversion therapy.
This trend has no merit, according to doctors.
Factory worker advocates urge that eliminating poultry plant line limits would make this dangerous job worse.
Health experts recommend thorough wound cleaning to prevent this rare infection from ever occurring.
Vegetables like brussel sprouts and cauliflower may also have the same benefits.
Majority of Republicans and Democrats would rather see Trump and Congress stabilize Obamacare instead of continuing efforts to dismantle it.
They come in 60 different sizes.
Commute times are increasingly longer and increasingly less healthy.
“It’s good to eat foods that are semi rotten.”
"A core component of the HHS mission is our dedication to serve all Americans from conception to natural death," a draft plan reads.
Democracy Forward is suing for details about a former pharmaceutical lobbyist's role in drug regulation.
Puerto Rican families are draining savings accounts, running out of resources and healthcare professionals warn that deaths on the island will only increase.
Brain scans revealed that psilocybin could be more effective than antidepressants.
The agency's satellite was launched in July 2014.
Women's ability to multitask might not stop in the bedroom.
An ovarian reserve refers to the number of eggs a woman has before menopause.
"They are like a guy girlfriend."
New study finds that obesity rates have drastically climbed by tenfold from four decades ago.
Some health experts don’t completely agree on the number of kids that actually need to be immunized.
That goofy way you talk to your baby actually has a very important purpose.
The road to recovery will be a long one, but there are ways to help.
Service members disclosed more symptoms when speaking with a computerized "virtual human."
A Baltimore-based biotech research company hopes to revolutionize drug development by slashing the time necessary for research.
Expert warns flu pandemic will cause "collateral damage" in the United States.
The first-ever study on sleep talk revealed that we swear a lot when we are resting.
The world's first vaccine created in 1798 may not be what we've always thought it is.
But there is a simple way to avoid the risk.