The company knew for years about potential risks linked to its popular sleeper and about pediatricians’ objections to the way the product was being pitched to parents.
The popularity of proposals for a government-run, single-payer system among Democratic presidential candidates has hurt health care stocks, despite their strong earnings.
Symptoms, rather than numbers, may best define when blood pressure is too low.
Traveling 50 or more miles to and from work may negatively affect unborn babies, a new study suggests.
Seeking re-election to a seventh term, the senator cited the rise in teenage vaping as a reason to curtail sales of tobacco and other products.
The Silicon Valley food-drink of choice is now a ‘complete nutrition platform.’ The beverage plot thickens.
Two new studies confirm that weight control is often the result of genetics, not willpower.
Experts say mirroring another person’s facial expressions is essential not only for recognizing emotion, but also for feeling it.
Proscar and Avodart, prescribed for an enlarged prostate, were tied to an increased risk of Type 2 diabetes.
Liars and thieves should not be allowed to detract from legitimate scientific research that has made umbilical cord blood mystic in its regenerative powers.
The odds of becoming ill from using a public bathroom are slim. But there are a few things you can do to minimize your risk even more. Here’s what to keep in mind.
At a time when being gay was classified as a mental disorder, Dr. Green defied the advice of his colleagues and took a professional risk by arguing otherwise.
The mysterious infection has appeared at hospitals around the world, but few institutions or families have discussed their experience.
In a study that upends assumptions about brain death, researchers brought some cells back to life — or something like it.
Researchers found that house cats that roam outdoors were more likely to pick up diseases than indoor cats.
Someone with a stress disorder was 37 percent more likely to develop cardiovascular disease than those in the general population.
The benefits of exercise may last longer than many of us might expect.
A Bubbe and a Nana share the joys of grandparenting: “This is the closest we get to immortality, right?”
Health workers thought they had vanquished the disease in 2005. But it lived on, cloaked in stigma and medical mystery.
Stephen Quake and two colleagues were found to have followed proper scientific protocol in their interactions with the Chinese researcher who did the work.