Headlines
Aid Group Evacuates Workers From West Africa Amid Ebola Outbreak
Two infected Americans are showing signs of improvement, the group says.
Why 6 Seconds of Exercise Can Be as Worthwhile as 90 Minutes
How much exercise do you need? It depends on your goals.
Warm Water Sparks Flesh-Eating Disease Warning in Florida
The bacterium Vibrio vulnificus can creep into cuts and cause deadly infections.
Ebola, Spreading in Africa, Could Land in US
The deadly virus is "one plane ride away," experts say.
Top Sierra Leone Doctor Dies of Ebola
Dr. Shek Umar contracted the virus while helping others.
Generation of Tanners See Spike in Deadly Melanoma
Surgeon General: Skin cancer rates spike after generation of sunbathing, tanning beds
Fist Bumps Less Germy Than Handshakes, Study Says
Maybe athletes and President Obama are on to something.
What We Don’t Know About Lethal Injection Drugs
Drug doses and suppliers are sometimes kept secret, experts say.
Fear of Flying Amplified by Flurry of Air Disasters
Experts say flying can be 'perfect storm' for phobias.
Cards, and Love, Keep Pouring In for Little Boy Battling Cancer
Danny Nickerson, 5, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor in October.
Why It was Easier to Sleep in the Stone Age
Study suggests sleep patterns shifted with modern-day habits.
5 Things That Make You a Mosquito Magnet
You might want to rethink that backyard beer.
Baby Who Can't Open Mouth Celebrates First Birthday
Baby Wyatt still can't open his mouth despite WhatsWrongWithWyatt.com responses.
Which Diet Gives the Best Bang for Your Buck?
A new study reveals how to lose more weight for less money.
How Hotter Summers Are Putting Swimmers at Risk
Waterborne disease outbreaks are on the rise, experts say.
7 Odd Reasons You Bruise Easily
Some sore spots are harmless but others need attention.
11 Foods That Make You Hungrier
Stuffing your stomach doesn't necessarily make you feel full.
14 Ways to Fight Hair Loss
Just because thinning is natural doesn't mean you have to accept it.
7 Subtle Signs You’re Drinking Too Much
Common clues that you're headed for trouble and how to turn around.
Blogs
Report Raises Safety Questions on Popular Blood Thinner
Pradaxa has been linked to bleeding complications.
How 'NY Med' Neurosurgeon Prepares Patients for 'New Me'
By Philip Stieg, PhD, MD As chief of neurosurgery at a major teaching hospital, I am used to being observed — I always have...
Cancer Lessons I Learned From a Fictional Teenage Boy
That love scene from "The Fault in Our Stars" is so intense.
Videos
25 New Cases of Chikungunya in New Jersey
New Jersey residents who just returned from travel in the Caribbean reportedly have brought back the mosquito-carried virus.
NCAA Settles Class-Action Head Injury Lawsuit
The NCAA will create a $70 million fund to diagnose athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma while playing contact...
American Doctor Undergoing Treatment After Testing Positive for Ebola
Dr. Kent Brantly came into contact with the deadly virus while treating Ebola patients in Liberia.
Sierra Leone's Chief Ebola Doctor Catches the Virus
The latest victim in the fight against the deadly virus in West Africa is the man leading the fight.