These cousins to the common variety haven't been seen since the 1930s or '40s
And traditional preventive treatments don't erase added danger, new study suggests
Supplements should only be given to pregnant women with low iron levels, diabetes expert suggests
Babies who got antiretroviral drug therapy within hours of birth and stayed HIV-negative for months or years may offer a clue to treating newly diagnosed adults.
Only 15 percent of Americans engage in the habit, according to latest CDC numbers
Treating constipation -- a common condition -- could help prevent kidney damage, experts say
New studies show no clear, long-term advantages to so-called binocular gaming over traditional eye patching
Republican efforts to get rid of the federal health law are expected to take some time to work through Congress and leaders have promised to give consumers time to adjust to those changes.
These annual check-ups could help prevent 95 percent of vision loss
Diet sodas do not appear to pose the same danger, researcher says
A child's first flu infection appears to affect which new viruses they'll be protected against in the future
Study link is strongest in women who have not entered menopause, researchers report
Researchers don't know if beverages keep you awake or lack of sleep prompts cravings
Americans united around one issue in this election: marijuana legalization. Only in Arizona did voters reject a marijuana ballot measure in 2016.
Study found people in more contented U.S. counties lived an extra two years or more
But block grants face likely resistance from states, poised to lose many millions.
Republicans want to jettison the health law, but some features are already hardwired into the system.
Two early trials suggest approach might make it possible for patients to go off antiretroviral meds