Studies of mass shooters find a fraction have mental health issues, and there's little to no evidence for a link to video games.
“It’s a new age of racism,” a doctor says. Her patients are suffering the consequences.
“We are where cancer was in the 1960s,” a prevention advocate says. “We haven’t put a face on the problem.”
Concern is growing that burnout can be costly and dangerous for patients and physicians.
New documents depict a “sophisticated program” to influence young people, subcommitee says.
The risk of premature birth increased among Latina women after the election, a new study found. Beyond pregnancies, other studies have found increased fear, anxiety and anger among Latino youth since President Trump’s election.
A federal judge in Maryland overseeing one of three lawsuits on the matter gave the administration until 2 p.m. Friday to explain how it intends to proceed.
The court order bars clinic from performing a procedure that blinded four patients.
Efforts to clamp down on industry is ‘like playing whack-a-mole,’ says top FDA official.
Lying is in the news after testimony from President Trump's longtime lawyer.