Overall, 77 percent of people in the U.S. have access to at least one park or recreational facility.
Diagnosis and treatment is increasingly tailored to small groups and individuals based on what we know at the molecular level.
As pizza’s biggest day, Super Bowl Sunday, approaches, researchers say we’re feeding our children too much of it.
Responding to health crises around the world is neither glamorous nor lucrative. But occasionally there are perks.
Race, ethnicity and poverty are more closely associated with asthma than location
New research shows that flu vaccine does not increase the chances of getting Guillain-Barre syndrome.
The often-quoted stat on deaths from alcohol-related causes appears to be wildly exaggerated
Rob Konrad’s tale of survival is “remarkable” but “explainable,” one expert says.
Study shows a better way to determine which drug smokers should take when they’re trying to kick the habit.
The phenomenon is more common than you might think.