A 30-year-old infertile woman gave birth after surgeons removed her ovaries and re-implanted tissue they treated in a lab, researchers report.
A new scientific paper suggests that frequent interactions with family members and the community can improve health in the elderly.
ATLANTA - Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has named six health priorities.
DALLAS - Veggie burgers and tofu might not be so great at warding off heart disease after all.
NEW YORK - To the dismay of gay-rights activists, the Food and Drug Administration is about to implement new rules recommending that any man who has engaged in homosexual sex in the previous five years be barred from serving as an anonymous sperm donor.
People with mild asthma may not need daily medicine to prevent flare-ups, as doctors now recommend.
Physicians like it. Patients like it. The Department of Family and Children's Services likes it. And Dr. John C. Whitley III likes it.
Just three years since an Ohio salesman started selling penis enlargement pills out of a spare room in his house, his company is raking in more than $200 million a year on unproven palliatives for virtually every malady of the middle-aged middle class.
A compound in breast milk has been found to destroy many skin warts, raising hopes it might also prove effective against cervical cancer and other lethal diseases caused by the same virus.
SAN FRANCISCO -- "Toxic dust" found on computer processors and monitors contains chemicals linked to reproductive and neurological disorders, according to a new study by several environmental groups.