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Drug Overdose Deaths Drive Increase in Organ Donations
Mother finds "family" in man who received son's liver.
Blood Clot Removal Could Help More Stroke Victims, Study Finds
Study found some stroke patients benefited from early clot removal.
Why Superpotent Synthetic Opioids Are 'Crazy Dangerous,' DEA Says
Synthetics are significantly more potent than heroin and many other opioids.
The 10 Healthiest Places to Live in America
From Hawaii to New Hampshire, here's where to move for your health.
Allergists Warn Against Using 'DIY EpiPen'
The rising cost of EpiPens has driven some to look for alternatives.
Cancer-Stricken Girl in Remission After Experimental Treatment
Erin Cross, 6, received an experimental treatment to fight leukemia.
Kellogg Recall of Eggo Waffle Batch Is the Latest of Listeria Concerns
Kellogg has recalled 10,000 cases of one variety of Eggo waffles.
FDA Launches Contest for Opioid Antidote App
Winner of app contest will get $40,000.
UN Leaders Discuss Dwindling Options for Antibiotic-Resistant Diseases
UN leaders meet today to discuss dangers of antibiotic-resistant diseases.
School Sex Education Around the Globe is Out of Touch With Teens, Study Finds
Surveys of young people in 10 countries found dissatisfaction with sex ed.
Zika Virus Found in Eyes of Adult Patients, Study Finds
Lesions have been found in patients with the disease.
Husband Speaks Out About Postpartum Depression After Losing Wife
The husband spoke during Suicide Prevention Month.
Inside Clinton and Trump's Health History Disclosures
Both camps have released health information this week.
Clinton's Pneumonia Diagnosis: What You Should Know
There are a variety of different kinds of pneumonia.
'Alternate' Vaccine Doctor Robert Sears Accused of Gross Negligence
Dr. Robert Sears has made a name with his controversial immunization schedule.
Sugar Industry Paid for Medical Review in 1960s, Report Finds
The research downplayed the link between sugar and heart disease.
9/11 First Responders Battle Toxic Exposures 15 Years Later
More than 120 firefighters have died from ground zero-related illnesses.
Therapy Dog Shows What Canine Care Looks Like in GoPro Vid
Seattle Children's Hospital reveals a day in the life of therapy dog.
EpiPen Price Hike Prompts Some US Families to Buy the Drug in Canada
The price for the EpiPen has increased dramatically since 2009.
Why Parents Aren't Vaccinating Their Kids
Debunked claims about autism and vaccines aren't main the reason, study shows.
Generic EpiPen Could Still Be Costly for Families
Generic would cost about half the current $600 price for set of two.
Senate Calls for EpiPen Maker to Give Briefing on Price Hike
The Senate Aging Committee says the price increase was "drastic."
Achoo! See the Anatomy of a Sneeze
Researchers filmed a sneeze at 1000 frames per second.
Senator Questions EpiPen Pricing by Company His Daughter Runs
Mylan Pharmaceuticals vows to expand discount program for $600 drug.
Teen Is 4th Person to Survive Brain-Eating Amoeba in 50 Years
Doctors cooled the teen's body temperature to 33 degrees to save him.
‘Never Give Up’: Adorable 9-Year-Old Double-Hand Amputee on Overcoming Difficulties
Zion Harvey wants to inspire others after recovering from historic transplant.
Traumatized Syrians Go Online for Mental Health Care
The ongoing crisis in Syria has left many mentally and physically scarred.
Devastating Effects of Zika Seen in New Fetal Scans
Researchers are learning how Zika affects fetal brain development.
Drug Prices Remain High Without Generic Competitors, Study Finds
Study breaks down high U.S. drug pricing.
Florida Zika Outbreak: Students to Get Zika Lessons, Mosquito Protection
Outbreak has infected at least 36 people in south Florida.
Parents Want 'Opt-Out' Option for HPV Vaccine, Study Finds
Researchers found parents still wary of HPV vaccine.
CDC Issues Travel Warning After 5 Infected in New Florida Zika Transmission
CDC issues new travel warning for affected area.
More Hispanics Uninsured Despite Obamacare Gains
Undocumented status and language barriers among the hurdles to coverage.
Baltimore Pastor's Non-Profit Helps Families With Mental Health After Violence
Violence can take a toll on mental as well as physical health.
Florida Zika Outbreak: Why More Cases Don't Mean the Outbreak is Growing
Three new Zika cases were reported yesterday, which may be par for the course.
What It’s Like to Be a Minority in Medicine
Underrepresented minorities make up just 6 percent of U.S. physicians.
Family Isolated for 2 Years Hoping to Qualify for Daughter's Experimental Treatment
Daughter has rare, fatal genetic condition dubbed "child Alzheimer's."
Acetaminophen Use While Pregnant Linked to Childhood Behavioral Problems
Experts still advise drug is safest pain-reliever for pregnant women.
Feds Use Medicaid, Children's Services Funds to Avoid Delaying Zika Vaccine Research
$81 million will be moved to keep vaccine research on track.
The Best Time of Day to Break an Olympic Record
Hormones, sleep schedule and circadian rhythm can affect athletic performance.
Personal Trainer's Journey With Condition That Causes Repeated Skin Cancer
Erica Dingler has had dozens of carcinomas removed.
Star Belgian Sailor Takes Sick After Racing on Polluted Bay
A Belgian woman who won a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics has become sick after racing on polluted Guanabara Bay
Four New Zika Cases Reported in Florida Outbreak
At least 21 people have been infected in the outbreak.
New Local Zika Infection Reported in Miami
New case brings outbreak total to 16.
FDA Approves GMO Mosquito Test to Fight Zika
Final decision on test still up to local government.
Planned Parenthood Cut Could Hurt Florida's Zika Response
A judge has temporarily held up cuts in Florida's funding to Planned Parenthood.
Mass Shootings May Be Affected by 'Media Contagion': Researchers
A study seeks to understand the increase in mass shootings.
Olympic Beach Water Includes High Levels of Bacteria
WHO has warned athletes participating in open water sports to cover open wounds.
Olympic Athletes Must Forgo Common Meds for Doping Tests
List of banned substances includes some common over-the-counter drugs.
Average Weight of an American Man is 15 Pounds More Than 20 Years Ago
Men, women and children in the U.S. have double-digit gains in average weight.