Could approaching gun violence as a public health issue help curb gun-related deaths and injuries?
The discovery might explain why a disease that was considered mostly harmless became so dangerous so quickly.
Influenza kills about a half million people each year, but scientists say a universal flu vaccine might drastically change that.
A new report shows the rate of adults in the U.S. with alcohol use disorder increased from 8.5 percent in 2001 to 12.7 percent 2013.
The National Institutes of Health said it would stop lab-testing chimpanzees, so sanctuaries are scrambling to get new homes ready for the animals.
Despite claims that the March for Science was nonpartisan, there was a lot of anger directed at President Trump.
When it comes to medical experiments, some researchers prefer to test men over women.
Unlike other vaccines, this one protects against the mosquito itself — its saliva, to be exact.
A five-year study found stem cell therapy might be one of the most effective ways of treating multiple sclerosis.
The recommendations are based on landmark research that found early exposure is far more likely to protect babies from developing peanut…
The massive health reform bill does have some critics.
The federal government has plans to fund human-animal hybrid research. Here's what that means and why it raises ethical concerns.