A study in JAMA Internal Medicine finds that increased screenings haven't necessarily led to a reduction in deaths.

That’s no joke. Hospitals are signing up seniors — their customers — in wellness programs, smiles included.

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Even with the unexpected downtime for New Horizons, NASA managed to scrounge up some new pictures.

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A construction project in the South China Sea raises questions about building in remote areas.

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It’s true they find some people irresistible, and they seem to have a taste for beer drinkers.

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They tend to stick to city and suburban areas, not rural ones or woodlands, a new study finds.

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“It was the first time I’d seen the inside of both halves of a femur.”

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Things got scary for a few hours, but the spacecraft seems to be in good health.

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Profound generational gaps exist in a number of key issues.

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The EPA says you can safely use DEET to repel them, but some people keep searching for natural products.

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There are a lot of reasons patients aren’t fully forthcoming, but none of them are good.

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Janette Garin, secretary of health in the Philippines, told reporters there is no need to panic.

Loud road sounds can cause a number of health problems, WHO says.

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Women who have it all find it includes a permanent state of tiredness.

Reports of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko's life have been greatly exaggerated.

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The rise of jellyfish blooms have caused headaches for power plants.

The groundwater in two valleys dropped so much that arsenic concentrated into unsafe levels.

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — When Fabiola Ortiz heard California had granted health coverage to poor children lacking legal immigration status, she felt grateful. Since arriving in the U.S. illegally 12 years ag...

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The Los Angeles Police Department’s mental evaluation unit is the largest mental health policing program of its kind in the nation, with 61 sworn officers and 28 mental health workers from the county....

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