If federal regulators sign off, millions of the genetically-modified bugs could soon be buzzing around the Keys.
The Food and Drug Administration approves the first set of glucose-monitoring medical apps aimed at automatically and securely sharing data in real time.
In previous years, “it’s been closer to 60 percent.“
FDA approves surgically implanted device meant to trick the brain into making you less hungre
Each year, scientists vote on the four flu strains drugmakers should focus on. Then, they wait and hope.
Many of the lessons are surprising and specific — the color of body bags turns out to be important, as does the design of clinics.
The ubiquitous glowing devices may be affecting sleep patterns more than first thought.
New research suggests late-night gadget use could disrupt your health in the long term.
Tainted injections from Mass. compounding pharmacy were linked to 64 deaths in 2012.
The two dozen risky microbes were found during an inventory, but officials say that no one was at risk.