Nearly half of patients who go to urgent care clinics seeking treatment for flu or a cold and other conditions that do not require an antibiotic received a prescription for one anyway.
McDonald's has stopped selling salads at about 3,000 locations across the country after customers say they became ill.
Jurors awarded 22 women who developed ovarian cancer $550 million in compensatory damages and another $4.14 billion in punitive damages.
James Harrison didn't know why his blood contained a rare antibody. He just felt compelled to keep giving it.
Though the recall covers cereal with a best-by date of June 14, 2018, through June 14, 2019, the agency is recommending people avoid the cereal altogether.
Crabbing had been Angel Perez's primary hobby since Parkinson's disease forced him into retirement.
President Trump's administration tried to weaken a pro-breast-feeding resolution. But breast-feeding advocates said that the incident is a throwback to a time when the U.S. government defied the world to protect the infant-formula industry.
Six-year-old Kalea Avery was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma. Thirteen days later, so was her 4-year-old brother, Noah.
Data from one of the largest fertility clinics in Europe shows that only 7 percent of women who froze their eggs for "social" reasons have come back for fertility treatments.
Ohio state Sen. Joe Schiavoni is working on legislation he hopes will help prevent embryo freezer malfunctions. It includes stiff penalties for clinics that violate new rules.
The new data could accelerate a shift toward using the HPV test exclusively for cervical cancer screening.