If confirmed, a health advisory against travel to the city by pregnant women may follow, unidentified source says
People who've ever suffered gallstones may have a slightly increased risk of developing heart disease down the road, a large new study suggests.
Two servings of fish a week may be enough to lower the heightened risk for blindness that those with diabetes face, a new Spanish study suggests.
Decline follows recommendation against routine screening, but experts not sure if trend is good or bad
Too often, lens-linked infections lead to corneal scarring and other vision issues, study shows
Study underscores importance of good prenatal nutrition
Many kids pretend to be ill to skip school, but some symptoms you just can’t hide. We tell you how to know if your kid is sick or faking it.
Research suggests that tracking DNA activity patterns may someday help women with certain tumor types
WebMD talks to CDC medical officer Lisa Grohskopf, MD, about flu vaccines for children.
FDA Fast-Tracks Ketamine for Depression Treatment
McDonalds Pulls Fitness Trackers From Happy Meals
Exposure therapy for infants and toddlers leaves 4 out of 5 'desensitized,' study finds
Majority live in states that haven't expanded Medicaid, survey finds
Finding even more pronounced if blood flow to brain has been affected, study suggests
Fewer choices in 2017 health care plans await consumers in dozens of markets where Aetna, UnitedHealthcare and Humana are pulling out, but withdrawals may hit Arizona, the Carolinas, Georgia and parts of Florida hardest.
Older stroke victims suffering from anemia -- a lack of red blood cells -- may have higher odds of dying, researchers report
Donor became ill after giving blood that was then used by 2 patients in Rio de Janeiro, physicians say
Acetaminophen does not worsen asthma symptoms in young children, a new study finds.