When it comes to vitamins, more is not necessarily better, some experts say.
Increasingly, young adults taking Molly, also known as ecstasy, are ending up in emergency rooms.
Food allergies in children have risen 50 percent since the late 1990s, with Maryland and D.C. having some of the highest rates in the country. And no one knows why.
Woman dies from SARS-like virus in Abu Dhabi, additional deaths reported in nearby Qatar
Passengers briefly kept on Phoenix flight say responders warned of possibility of tuberculosis
Postal officials have closed the Danville Courthouse Postal Station after a safety and health inspection found suspected lead-based paint.
A lot of people feel miserable at this time of year, but Dr. Kathleen Hall says there are steps to help yourself out of holiday depression.
As Biden visits, US wants SKorea-Japan unity on China, but history poisons neighbors' ties
Prince George's County community college hosts event designed to raise AIDS awareness
Report: Iran says number of HIV-positive citizens skyrockets in the last decade
Stingy St. Louis defense has no answers for 49ers receiving corps in 23-13 road loss
Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon returns after head injury in third quarter
HIV rates in Haiti drop over the past decade: US Embassy and Haiti gov't
Vikings quarterback Ponder leaves game vs. Bears with concussion-like symptoms
2 Kansas patients infected with hepatitis C by hospital tech are heading to NH for sentencing
There are some run-of-the-mill reasons why we get headaches. Stress, eyestrain or hormonal shifts are all common causes.But there are some headache triggers that aren't quite as common and lead to that gnawing pain.
Sectarian tensions mount in Central African Republic town as Catholic mission threatened
Health officials: Norovirus investigated as cause of outbreak at youth sports event in Vegas
Derek Wolfe improving after suffering seizure-like symptoms on way to airport