The first time finding a cure for cancer ever showed up on the presidential radar was in the early 1970s, when President Nixon signed the National Cancer Act.
Patients who take morphine pills for lower back pain may experience changes in the volume of the brain's gray matter in as little as a month, a small study suggests.
For centuries locals, travelers, and Spanish conquistadors alike have spoken of the legend of the "Lost City of the Monkey God," or "White City," in a remote section of the Mosquitia jungle of Honduras.
Rarely does a tweet not involving a Kardashian or a cat stir up such a swell of excitement.
A New Hampshire hospital that discovered its vaccines were stored at inconsistent temperatures is asking more than 800 children to get revaccinated.
A 9-year-old girl in the United Kingdom suffered third-degree burns on her leg after the glittery case she used to protect her iPhone reportedly cracked and leaked onto her skin.
General Electric Co is set to move its global headquarters to Boston from its current location of Fairfield, Connecticut, the Boston Globe reported on Wednesday, citing a source familiar with the situation.
Investing less then $0.72 a year for each person would make the world far more resilient to potentially devastating infectious disease pandemics, according to a global health expert group convened in the wake of the Ebola crisis.
GM raised its earnings expectations for 2016 and lifted its quarterly dividend, saying the rollout of new products and additional growth in China will buoy the automaker.