Normally linked to older ages, colorectal cancer is inexplicably killing more younger adults.
A new analysis suggests infrequent screening has resulted in an increase in the number of men diagnosed with a form of the disease.
A new development in preventive medicine could provide the safety assurance some women feel is missing with tampons.
Approximately 36 percent of Americans should be on statins or similar drugs, according to the CDC.
The SPRINT trial has taken the medical community by surprise—and for a number of reasons.
Every American should be screened regularly for hypertension, says a panel of experts.
New research makes a case for more aggressive treatment of hypertension in certain patient populations.
A panel of physicians of preventive medicine say there is not enough evidence to support universal testing.