Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker signed a bill into law Friday which limits out of pocket insulin costs to $100 for a 30-day supply.
The ruling has drawn criticism from experts who cite multiple studies which show the phones do not generate enough energy to cause tumors.
"Viruses, like all organisms, adapt and evolve," co-author Joel Wertheim told Newsweek.
Reports that an Indian university will begin teaching doctors how to treat people possessed by ghosts appear to be based on a misunderstanding.
Kansas resident Ali Shappell donated one of her kidneys to a total stranger, setting off a chain of kidney transplants that wound up saving the lives of four people—including her childhood pastor.
140,000 people died worldwide of the measles in 2018 in spite of the existence of effective vaccines against the disease. The highest death toll lay among children under the age of five.
Researchers describe the process that enabled them to make artificial equivalents of two types of neurons—hippocampal and respiratory. They hope that one day it could help treat people with damaged neurons.
A Swedish research team has discovered a possible link between a variant of the common herpes virus and later development of multiple sclerosis.
A state of emergency was declared in Samoa this week as the country continues to battle a measles crisis that's claimed 20 lives to date.
After the death of a British woman during a buttocks enhancement procedure in Turkey last year, an inquest was told by the deceased's mother that hospital staff rushed her daughter through paperwork that may have explained the risks of the surgery.
Study shows how the brain can adapt after major surgery to enable the body to function normally.
Project Nightingale, a medical data collection project between Google and health care provider Ascension, will be the subject of an announced federal probe.
Sherry Ellis, 73, of Magnolia, found out that she had been declared legally dead when she recently arrived at the pharmacy to collect her medicine prescription.
Doctors have become slaves to their computer screens for billing purposes, diminishing patient care, increasing doctor dissatisfaction, and increasing health care costs—and this needs to change.
The U.K.'s General Dental Council has suspended Tushar Kantibhai Patel for the maximum sentence available.
The doctor who has issued the most vaccine exemptions in the San Diego area has been charged with gross negligence for granting an exemption to a four-year-old based on "irrelevant family medical history" and inadequate documentation.
Researchers have announced the promising results of a phase 2 clinical trial for the treatment of celiac disease. The method also could potentially be applied to other autoimmune diseases and a wide array of allergies.
Ja'bari Gray was born on New Year's Day in San Antonio, Texas, missing the skin on most of his body.
The study, published in JAMA, is based on government reports, articles and peer-reviewed publications related to costs and savings estimates in six categories of waste, released between 2012 and 2019.
Nominations for the Nobel Prize must be kept confidential for 50 years.
The lung damage of some who have become ill after vaping nicotine and marijuana resemble chemical burns according to the Mayo Clinic.
Kleber didn't see addiction as a "moral failing" but as a medical problem.
"From this exploratory meta-analysis, we cautiously state that the accuracy of deep learning algorithms is equivalent to health-care professionals," researchers said in a new report.
Lindsey Waggoner allegedly stole more than $1,500 worth of pills from students at Barber Middle School in Acworth.
Two days before Evan Minton was scheduled to have a hysterectomy, Mercy San Juan Medical Center canceled the procedure, because it was "part of a course of treatment for gender dysphoria."
Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare, potentially fatal infection caused by several different types of bacteria which move rapidly through the body, attacking the skin and soft tissue.
A woman who went to an acupuncturist to seek relief from a wrist injury ended up with two punctured lungs, according to a new report from New Zealand's Health and Disability Commissioner.
The inherited disorder, caused by chronic infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV), leads to unusual bark-like growths on the hands and other body parts.