The rate of melanoma cases in the United States has doubled in the last three decades, and the number of cases will continue to rise if more efforts aren't made to prevent the disease, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Private-sector hiring picked up in May, as employers added 201,000 jobs, ADP reported Wednesday.
The chance that a person will get bird flu in the United States remains very low, but people who come into close contact with infected birds may be at higher risk of infection, officials warned today, in light of the recent U.S. outbreaks of bird flu in poultry.
The private sector added more jobs than expected last month, according to payroll processor ADP. The report comes three days ahead of the all-important non-farm payrolls report, on which investors are sharply focused.
Many patients who survive myocardial infarction don’t consistently take medications prescribed to prevent a second MI, a large U.S. study suggests.
Earlier screening, diagnosis and treatment of type 2 diabetes may decrease the risk of cardiovascular problems, hint results from a computer model.
A dive into cases at the Federal Labor Relations Authority reveals a nasty secret--the great lengths federal unions go to protect government slackers, at your expense.
Bill Clinton’s foundation set up a fundraising arm in Sweden that collected $26 million in donations at the same time that country was lobbying Hillary Rodham Clinton’s State Department to forgo sanctions that threatened its thriving business with Iran, according to interviews and documents obtained by The Washington Times.
A 500-year-old engraving may show Leonardo da Vinci playing a musical instrument called a lira da braccio.
State policies meant to encourage people throughout the U.S. to donate organs over the past few decades have been largely ineffective, a new study suggests.
A funeral Mass for former Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden will be held Saturday in his hometown of Wilmington, with President Barack Obama delivering a eulogy, White House officials said Tuesday.
The three largest U.S. tobacco companies on Tuesday dropped their lawsuit accusing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration of exceeding its authority by closely monitoring the content of their product labels after the agency said it would reconsider its rules.
The European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday, holding them at record lows as it continues a money-printing scheme to lift the economy.
Against all odds, Elizabeth Marek is alive thanks to a tumor-killing device that attacks brain cancer cells with electric fields. Marek has glioblastoma, a deadly and aggressive form of brain cancer with no cure and a life expectancy of just over two years.