After hearing a case study in class, Kimberly Ho was startled by the similar symptoms.

Findings from a study show that it can vary in severity, which can affect the type of treatment a woman might need to recover.

  • Juli Fraga
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Doctors believe Ja’bari Gray was born with a rare genetic condition called epidermolysis bullosa that makes his skin appear translucent, or even non-existent.


Health officials identified three children who were exposed to the severe respiratory virus but were not yet vaccinated – in violation of the mandatory immunization order in four Brooklyn Zip codes.

It will employ a comprehensive strategy across several states, encouraging the involvement of doctors, police, churchs and even housing providers.

The bill, a response to the worst measles outbreak in two decades, would make it harder for parents to opt their children out of shots.

Trump hasn't urged more vaccinations, yet.

Officials with Israel’s Ministry of Health said a 43-year-old flight attendant for the national airline El Al contracted measles. She had flown to Israel from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.

After years of heartbreaking setbacks, researchers say they can restore immune systems in SCID babies.

Scientists created an artificial heart with human tissue.

It depends on which assumptions you use.

The agency ordered the two remaining manufacturers of surgical mesh used for certain pelvic operations to stop selling the products immediately, citing the lack of a “reasonable assurance” of safety and effectiveness.

Sebelius graded the marketplaces at 'maybe a 'B' or 'C-plus.'"

How one traveler who contracted measles in New York City traveled to the Detroit area and got 39 people sick. And how health officials tracked him down to control the outbreak.

The U.S. total is now 555 after the third consecutive week of increases, approaching a record since the disease was "eliminated" in 2000.

From Texas to Georgia, nearly 90,000 were left without power as storms ripped through.

  • Associated Press
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  • Perspective

A doctor explores the pros and cons of a 45-year-old getting the shots against a disease that can cause cervical, oral and anal cancers.

  • Daphne Miller
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As a cancer survivor, I know they provide hope for life after the illness.

Being overweight or obese — long implicated in heart disease and diabetes — is now associated with getting at least 13 types of cancer.

Multiple primary versions can arise by themselves, experts say. Researchers look into past treatments, environments and genetics as the culprits.

  • Marlene Cimons
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