A fraud and an unfortunate response.
Children in low-income families who get extra help building social skills before kindergarten may behave better and get higher grades than their peers, a small study suggests.
Many acute medical conditions can be treated without admitting patients to the hospital, with no increased risk and, in some cases, higher patient satisfaction, according to a new review.
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Sanofi Pasteur, Sanofi's vaccines unit, said on Tuesday that its dengue vaccine, Dengvaxia, had received market approval in eleven countries.
Global central bank policy makers have turned world financial markets into a casino, thanks to their unprecedented monetary policies, warned bond investor Bill Gross of Janus Capital Group.
Bone health and osteoporosis are typically thought of as issues that affect people later in life.
The Obama administration secretly used taxpayer money to fund an official inspection of several U.S. cities as possible locations to move terrorist inmates held at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp in violation of federal law, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.
The race to find protection against the Zika virus is fueled by something often missing from tropical disease research: the potential for big profit.
Comparing big banks, internet banks, and credit unions from the perspective of a consumer.
The mosquito-borne Zika virus can lead to extensive birth defects that go beyond microcephaly, a Brazilian study suggests.
A northern New Mexico county near an area of the country devastated by heroin and opioid addiction is boosting access to a life-saving drug.
Darden Restaurants posted stronger-than-expected earnings in its latest quarter, helped by climbing same-store sales at its Olive Garden chain.