A woman living in rural northwestern Washington has died from measles, state health officials said Thursday. It's the first U.S. death in a dozen years.
Research shows caregivers of someone with dementia are at a sixfold higher risk of the same fate.
The drive to learn more about Parkinson's disease delves into genetic testing.
How to prevent injuries from sidelining your athletes.
A look at the controversy surround leaky gut syndrome.
The signs you need to know about strokes.
A new technique that allows medical experts to use everyday items to test for concussions.
A Florida man died June 16 after contracting flesh-eating bacteria, but the state health department has yet to issue a warning, his family claims.
One of the first major advances for lung cancer treatment in decades is giving patients new hope.
While there are always bacteria and amoebas in lakes, rivers and oceans, health experts said there are higher than usual amounts right now because of recent rain.
How far would you go to save a friend's life?
According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, 42 cases of Cyclospora infection, or cyclosporiasis, have been reported in Texas within the past week.
A new way to get radiation therapy with one single dose.
During a stroke, blood flow to the brain is cut off, and the damage that occurs can affect a person's movement and speech.
How doctors are turning to treatments in a hyperbaric chamber to help patients heal.
A young man saves his father's life.
Some simple ways to lower your risk of heart disease.
This young woman's cancer battle led to something she could have never imagined.
Sautéed or blended into smoothies raw, the placenta is becoming an increasingly popular side dish for women after childbirth who are hoping it will help boost their energy and mood.
The CDC says the rate of the deadliest form of skin cancer has doubled in the last 30 years, and is on pace to stay high.