Ever feel like your doctor is watching the clock? You're not alone.
The Parental Bereavement Act would protect guardians who take time from work to grieve for their deceased children.
Big Flush II: Teen cited for urinating in city water; Portland to drain 38 million gallons
Pollen counts are through the roof, and for a lot of us, allergy season is in full bloom. But if someone is wheezing instead of sneezing, it could be something else.
Report: No change for most kinds of food poisoning last year; salmonella cases drop
Miley Cyrus postpones US tour while recovering from allergic reaction; resumes shows in August
Nigeria preacher advising presidents is humble healer to some, controversial leader to others
Suspension of Grizzlies guard Calathes a reminder of risk of supplements
Suburban Chicago woman awarded $14M in lawsuit against doctor linking contraceptive, stroke
Supreme Court declines to block ruling on multiple sclerosis drug in patent dispute
Study sees drop in rates of most common major diabetes complications _ heart attack and stroke
Report: Ebola virus in Guinea is a new strain, not imported from other African countries
TNT analyst Craig Sager to miss NBA playoffs as he undergoes treatment for leukemia
Study suggests casual marijuana users may get brain changes that foreshadow later trouble
Malaysia reports 1st death from MERS in Asia; Philippines isolates man who came home from UAE
The old addage saying: "better get your beauty sleep" now has more scientific backing. One study shows that shortening telomeres are linked to cellular aging.
USDA orders hog farms, labs to report infections from virus that has killed millions of pigs
The pollen count was above 1,000 last weekend. A count of 75 is considered high.
Whoopi Goldberg starts marijuana column for Denver Post's Cannabist website
Dr. Drew, One Minute Clinic
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