Progress toward preventing HIV in the U.S. has leveled in recent years because treatment for the virus isn’t reaching those who need it most, according to health officials.
“Sully” — President George H.W. Bush’s service dog — has temporarily moved back to his birthplace before heading to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center next year.
A Kansas teen with cystic fibrosis who was recently serenaded by Jason Mraz died while awaiting a new pair of lungs.
Three more students at the University of Maryland have become sickened by the Adenovirus — less than a week after the school announced one student died from a deadly strain of the virus.
It’s now safe to eat some romaine lettuce, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Monday.
A student at the University of Maryland has died after suffering from a strain of the Adenovirus, school health officials said.
At least 36 students at a North Carolina school with a heavy anti-vaccine population have been sickened after an outbreak of the chickenpox virus, health officials said.
A giant inflatable colon that was stolen from the University of Kansas Cancer Center nearly two weeks ago has been found, police said.
A firefighting “family” in Louisiana “just got a little bigger,” as members of the fire department have welcomed seven babies in the past 11 months.
A young cross-country runner in North Carolina died on Sunday after she reportedly suffered what appeared to be a seizure during an event.
The Children’s Hospital of Colorado announced it would remove gender markers from patients’ wristbands as part of an effort to support their “unique gender identity.”
A pregnant military couple who evacuated as Hurricane Florence approached North Carolina gave birth to healthy twin girls in Florida just days later.
A 12-year-old girl from Detroit, Michigan was hospitalized after she caught fire as part of what her mother called the “fire challenge.”
A mother of two is reportedly suing an English hospital after doctors didn’t realize she was suffering from a life-threatening condition, resulting in multiple limb amputations which the mother is now calling “a fight for life.”
Florida lawmakers on Tuesday declared pornography a health risk, and called for more research on its affects.
An Oregon hospital who denied an illegal immigration a liver transplant due to her lack of citizenship later terminated the policy.
Aetna has reached a $17 million settlement after a class-action lawsuit argued the health insurer breached the privacy of thousands of customers who take HIV medications.
A 6-year-old boy in Florida who reportedly touched a sick bat after his father told him not to has died after contracting rabies.
A former fertility doctor in Indiana who was accused of using his own sperm to impregnate his patients pleaded guilty on Thursday to lying to investigators, but received no jail sentence.