Hormonal contraception, including birth control pills or implants, may increase a woman's odds of depression and antidepressant medication use, according to a large study of Danish women.
Men exposed to dioxin, a chemical once common in herbicides, may be less likely to father boys than peers who didn't come in contact with this toxin, a recent study suggests.
Thailand confirmed on Friday that Zika had caused two cases of microcephaly, a condition that results in babies being born with small heads, the first time microcephaly had been linked to Zika in Southeast Asia.
Measles has been eliminated from the Americas, but that doesn't mean countries in that region have seen their last cases, experts say.
A person in Florida has caught a locally transmitted case of dengue fever, news sources reported Wednesday.
The Buffett Rule would set a minimum effective tax rate for the wealthiest Americans.
The risk posed by the Zika virus to developing fetuses is likely far greater than current estimates suggest, a top U.S. health official said on Thursday.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Thursday it had concluded an investigation into a multi-state E.coli outbreak linked to flour produced at a General Mills Inc plant in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Chelsea Clinton opted to travel to a “clean energy” roundtable in this week in a private jet to campaign on behalf of her mother Hillary Clinton.
Archaeologists in Glasgow, Scotland, briefly excavated and then reburied a 5,000-year-old slab of stone that contains incised swirling geometric decorations.
As Bill Clinton's past comes up once again this election cycle, these are the most prominent women who feature as part of his tumultuous history.