Mosquito season may be ending in parts of the U.S., but public health officials say the additional resources will make a difference because the threat will not be measured in one cycle but in years.
Two medications are better than one, researchers say
But researchers noted that all of the children still tested within normal ranges
Study shows no benefit, but staying active can help ease disease symptoms, experts say
Study of millions of health records suggests an association, but can't prove cause-and-effect
Automated insulin delivery system will ease some of the burden of living with the condition
Study also ties hormonal patches, IUDs to greater antidepressant use, especially in teens
Part of larger spending package to keep federal government running into December
Doctors detail unusual case of infection at Utah hospital
Ketamine, typically thought of as an anesthesia medicine, is stirring interest among pain management specialists as a way to treat migraines and chronic pain.
But experts note effect is small, and the research isn't definitive
Agency seeks input from Americans on defining what is considered nutritious
Study found women who believed they had frequent episodes at night more likely to be mildly depressed
This chemical is in many consumer products, including lots of antibacterial soaps. Should you use or avoid it?
Your husband or wife can encourage good lifestyle habits, researchers say
Less sex, more contraception is the 'magic' formula, experts say
Belly pain and black or bloody stools should not be ignored, doctor says
Americas Declared Free of Endemic Measles
New research could help explain why healthy living isn't always enough