About 80,000 people get some form of vibriosis every year with mild symptoms. Michael Funk was one of the unlucky ones.
Residents are still living on bottled water, waiting for government pledges to be fulfilled.
Patients in a lymphoma clinical trial died of fungal infections that might have been linked to their experimental treatment.
The dark moonlets would be less than nine miles across.
Cancer, gastrointestinal disease and mental health problems are common causes.
Pour one out for Schiaparelli tonight.
A large study finds that people who a lot of red meat still tended to die younger.
Poinsettias aren’t toxic, and cold weather doesn’t make you sick, either.
‘Into the Inferno’ takes you on a historic and cinematic tour of great eruptors.
More than 100 million years ago, this molecular switch may have helped turn lizards into serpents.
In general, the new digital media use guidelines are much more generous than in the past.
The 400-pound western lowland gorilla was fine even after his blackcurrant squash binge, London Zoo officials said.
Va. officials hope to replenish a depleted aquifer with treated toilet and shower water.
EPA's inspector general says the agency should have acted with “a greater sense of urgency” in the Michigan city.
The combined cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis hit an unprecedented high last year.
The finding offers more evidence that the hypothetical giant planet does lurk at the outer edge of our solar system.
Twenty Florida hospitals were cited in previous study for significantly marking up prices on uninsured patients. Negative publicity didn't change those practices, researchers found.
The video shows birds crowded together, fighting and struggling to breathe.
After hearing about what happened to her, other female doctors describe similar incidents.
Meanwhile, the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter performed a picture perfect orbital insertion and is ready for the next phase of its mission to look for methane on Mars.
Nurse practitioner Kim Hamm talked in soothing tones to her 14-year-old patient as she inserted a form of long-acting contraception beneath the skin of the girl’s upper arm. “This is the numbing medic...
AUSTIN — Peggy Wall, a family nurse practitioner at a local community health center, treats many women in their 40s, who already have a family and find themselves confronting an accidental pregnancy....
Earlier this year, Dr. Joaquin Arambula, an emergency room physician from Selma, became the first Latino physician to serve in the State Assembly after being elected to represent the state’s 31st Dist...
Researchers have discovered a piece in the puzzle of how the Zika virus spreads in human cells and neutralizes the body’s defenses. A study by scientists at the University of California, San Diego Sch...