A new report suggests the CDC severely underestimate the number of deaths caused by gaffes in the health care system.
Programs urging people not to have sex detract attention and resources from critical health topics that are likely to save more lives.
New research has found the biological pathways responsible for providing pigment to hair and skin.
A new CDC report suggests the number of mothers between ages 15 and 19 has dropped 61 percent since 1991.
Half of people who have suffered severe head injuries have trouble maintaining normal sleeping habits and often don't realize it's a problem.
The new report finds men are most likely to use firearms, while women choose poisoning.
A study suggests the human brain may be hard-wired to stay at least half awake when in unfamiliar territory.
A new study identifies genetic traits that could compel a person to seek out sex at an earlier age.
A panel of neurologists updated guidelines for physicians using Botox and similar neurotoxins for a range of neurological conditions and injuries.
On a pitch-perfect sketch of the Brooklyn Democratic debate, Clinton and Sanders battled it out and took questions from "Seinfeld's" Elaine.
Hillary is headed back to New York, Bernie went to the Vatican and Trump is having brunch on Staten Island.
The singer posted a video suggesting she'll release her new album next weekend.
Claude Steele says he's leaving his post for 'personal reasons' but will return to teaching next year.
A relatively harmless organism that commonly lives in a woman's reproductive tract thwarted the success of the experimental procedure performed at the Cleveland Clinic.
In a response to lawmakers' requests, U.S. regulatory agencies plan to re-evaluate policies that limit access to cannabis for medical research.
Hearing loss has increased 31 percent in two decades, thanks to venues that play music loud enough to damage eardrums.