To Your Health
Fighting brain tumor, Lauren Hill fulfills dream of playing basketball for Mount St. Joseph's
Terminally ill Oregon woman who became 'death with dignity' advocate takes her lethal drugs
Court rules that Namibian health officials forcibly sterilized HIV-positive women
Supreme Court leaves in place restrictions on crisis pregnancy centers in New York
Seniors could be key to medical marijuana initiative in Florida; some call the drug a godsend
Africans shun the E-word, worst responders as Ebola poses biggest continental threat in years
Superheroes meet hazmat suits as NYC Halloween parade unfolds amid Ebola crisis
Sierra Leonean doctor tests positive for Ebola in latest setback for health care workers
Many people these days are literally working themselves to death. Whether they are trying to advance in their jobs or are workaholics, they are destroying their mental and physical health.
Frequent headaches are more than an annoyance; they're debilitating. Dr. Oz discusses common triggers for headaches and how to find relief.
Microsoft unveils $199 fitness gadget, creates data-tracking system to rival Apple, Google
Health officials: Argentine president checks into hospital with 'infectious fever'
Team doctor: Indiana sophomore Davis improving with use of all extremities after hit by SUV
Spanish nursing assistant who recovered from Ebola virus has moved to normal hospital room
For soldiers or civilians returning from West Africa, Ebola protocols are not the same
Chargers safety Addae inactive against Dolphins because of concussion; Attaochu also out
Judge rejects Maine's attempt to restrict movements of nurse who defied Ebola quarantine
Here's a look at what some states are setting as guidelines on Ebola safety
Medicare rule allows payment for prescriptions up to 32 days after a person dies
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