A strange new disease is trolling California, and it’s causing concern among health officials.
Exercise campaigns and health eating may be paying off for the children of America.
Thyroid cancer is often slow growing and silent, and not enough is understood about when it will be deadly and when it will not.
Medical homes, which are often thought of as a better model of primary care with an emphasis on enhanced coordination, may not improve quality of treatment, according to a new study.
New recommendations target sugar intake, a major success for First Lady Michelle Obama.
A new painkiller is set to hit the market and it’s leaving some health care official worried.
The Obama administration announced Friday cuts were on the table next year for Medicare Advantage,
The flu is hitting younger people harder this year than it has in years past, the CDC announced Thursday.
In a bid to reduce rates of cesarean sections that have climbed more than 60 percent in the past 15 years, two major medical societies issued new guidelines.
The negative physical and mental effects tied to bullying among children and teens may accumulate throughout the years, according to a new study.