WASHINGTON - Bottles of Tylenol sold in the U.S. will soon bear red warnings alerting users to the potentially fatal risks of taking too much of the popular pain reliever.
It might seem that James N. Thompson has no formal ties to the Medical College of Georgia, but the new interim president of MCG has a connection to Augusta: His son David is a former associate pastor of Curtis Baptist Church.
The largest study ever done on treating depression has found that patients who didn't get well with the first medicine they tried had a good chance of succeeding the second time around.
DALLAS - Veggie burgers and tofu might not be so great at warding off heart disease after all.
As more people abandon New Year's resolutions to lose weight and turn to obesity surgery, doctors are debating which type is safest and best.
DALLAS -- People who have recently had a heart attack should lower their "bad cholesterol" to rock-bottom levels, according to new guidelines issued Monday.
JUNE 30, 1976 The first two blocks of the Broad Street revitalization project were opened at noon Tuesday, but the project will not be dedicated until Sunday.
Flu sweeping across the country appears to be hitting unusually hard at young children, and experts say occasional reports of deaths among otherwise healthy youngsters are especially worrisome.
Herbert Collins is not the type to go Hollywood, so it was understandable when people scoffed at his reason for going to Medical College of Georgia Hospital and Clinics.
Should people really care that they digest potatoes faster than carrots?