In what seems like a Christmas miracle, the inoperable brain tumor of an 11-year-old girl in Texas has disappeared, and doctors say they don’t know why.
A 12-year-old Michigan boy is working odd jobs to raise money for a special Christmas gift: a gravestone for his best friend.
Six New York hospitals have agreed to repay sexual assault victims who were illegally charged as much as $3,000 for rape examinations that should’ve been billed to the state or their insurers, Attorney General Barbara Underwood said Thursday.
An Utah insurer PEHP is looking at a controversial solution to an increasingly American problem — sending patients across the border to Mexico to get cheaper prescription drugs.
In the country’s largest city, confirmed drug overdose deaths are up over a year ago — and still at epidemic levels — but the rate of deaths has slowed down, according to a report Monday.
Surrounded by cheering family and friends, 4-year-old honorary Colorado Springs Police Officer Joshua Salmoiraghi finished his last round of chemotherapy Sunday.
Americans spend so much time working together in their day-to-day lives that coworkers become family, and now at this Arizona hospital, 16 nurses are together making a next generation of family.
The virus of the opioid crisis in America has no borders or boundaries.
A volunteer firefighter in New York for more than 40 years battling Stage 4 brain cancer got a shot at his bucket list Sunday.