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Jerika Bolen died after deciding to stop medical treatment.

We asked designers to take our gender-neutral sign challenge. Here’s what they came up with — and how you can do it, too

Gov. Mary Fallin (R) has not said if she plans to sign the bill.

The letter from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is the first time the administration has warned Medicaid directors in all 50 states.

The CDC and state health officials looking for the source of the outbreak are baffled.

Naples is the national champion of well-being. Here's what it has in common with Salinas, Sarasota, Fort Collins, Barnstable Town, Santa Cruz and such, according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.

A new study's findings "allow us to get rid of the stereotype of 'the drunken Indian' that has persisted for several decades."

“We are grateful," the Flint schools superintendent said amid the city's lead-water crisis.

The federal government will provide water, filters, filter cartridges, test kits and other items to help address the water crisis.

N.C. doctors are now required to submit ultrasound images, along with fetal measurements, to state authorities when performing abortions past a certain point.

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