Headlines
Girl 'Cured' of HIV at Birth Now Has Virus
The unnamed girl, dubbed the "Mississippi baby," raised hopes for a cure.
Boy With Brain Cancer Becomes Sheriff Deputy
Wyatt Schmaltz is being treated for stage 4 neuroblastoma.
3 Skincare Products You Need to Ditch
Some ingredients could be doing more harm than good.
Spiderman Swings Into Action at Children’s Hospital
Dallas pediatric cancer patients get a surprise visit from superhero.
Compounding Pharmacy Oversight Changes Signed
Governor OKs changes to compounding pharmacy rules in Massachusetts, origin of tainted drugs
Doctors Urge End of 'Black Box' Warning on Antidepressants
Suicide attempts are up by 33 percent, according to new study.
3 Tips From Woman Behind ‘The Badass Breastfeeder’ Blog
Abby Theuring shares tips from her experience as "The Badass Breastfeeder."
Dad Delivers Early Bundle of Joy Along Busy Highway
Delaware couple were en route to birthing center.
Can World Cup Heartbreak Affect Your Health?
Experts say Brazil fans should be careful after devastating loss.
Vials of Smallpox Virus Found in Unapproved Maryland Lab
Hidden samples of the deadly virus raise serious security questions.
Nurse Fired Over 'Man vs 6 Train' Instagram Post
Katie Duke's story spotlights the hazards of social media in hospitals.
Man's Ravaging Lyme Disease Eludes Doctors for a Year
Music professor says CDC test failed to pick up his disabling Lyme disease.
Cancer Survivor Runs From Florida to Maine in 68 Days
Helene Neville has finished the third leg of her United States perimeter run.
How Boozy Is Your Drink?
The "cocktail calculator" aims to show how those summer drinks add up.
How Skin Looks Under Invisible Light
A new study reveals a beautiful spectrum of hidden skin "tones."
Lou Gehrig's 'Bad Break' Is Still Fatal Today
The Yankee slugger said goodbye to baseball 75 years ago.
5 Things You Didn't Know About Watermelon
Your favorite summer snack has some serious health perks.
Journal That Published Facebook Social Study Responds to Backlash
Find out how you consented to Facebook's social experiment.
6 Adult Acne Myths Busted
Get the facts and banish blemishes for good.
8 Healthy Foods That Could Wreck Your Diet
Sure, these foods are healthy, but you can still eat too much.
6 Surprising Foods That Can Be Terrible for Teeth
Don't let these healthy bites damage your pearly whites.
5 Ways to Stop Overeating
Try these tips to stop snacking and feel full.
Blogs
Having Heart Surgery Is Like Flying, NY Med Doc Says
By Michael Argenziano, M.D. I’m a cardiac surgeon. I’m lots of other things, of course–a husband, father, and Little League...
Are Airplane Seats a Ticket to Infection?
New study found some bacteria can survive for up to a week inside a plane.
Find Out What 'Thinfluences' Your Weight
And how to counteract those "thinfluences."
Videos
Oldest Case of Down Syndrome Unearthed in Medieval Skeleton
The 1,500-year-old skeleton found in France sheds light on how ancient civilizations viewed genetic disorders.
Nurse Fired Over 'Man vs 6 Train' Instagram Post
Katie Duke was fired from a New York City hospital for posting a photo of a messy trauma room to Instagram.
Chicken Linked to Salmonella Recalled
California's Foster Farms is recalling products with "use or freeze by" dates from March 21 to March 29.
NY Med 7/3: Young Couple Sustaines Injuries During a Violent Home Invasion
Dr. Hugo Razo Treats Injuries a Young Couple Sustained; Transplant surgeon is Stunned by the Grotesquely Enlarged Heart of a...