FOX News: Health
Foreign mining firms have locked down operations in Guinea and pulled out some international staff, executives said on Wednesday, as the death toll from suspected cases of Ebola there hit 84.
An expert explains how your allergen-blockers could be blocking your sex life, too.
You put in the time and effort, show up at the gym, and pride yourself in not taking shortcuts. So why is the scale not budging?
The party drug ketamine could one day be used to help some people suffering from severe depression, according to British scientists who gave infusions of the narcotic nicknamed "special K" to patients.
Q&A with Dr. Manny: I know people say cracking your knuckles is bad for you, but what about cracking your back?
The Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday that it has approved the first tablet in the U.S. for gradually reducing hay fever symptoms, an alternative to months of weekly doctor visits for uncomfortable allergy-desensitizing shots.
“Hey doc, can I go on a vacation before the baby is born?”
Scientists at Trinity College, Dublin say they have made a major breakthrough in treatment for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) – the leading cause of blindness in people over 50.
Junior juicers are taking a cue from their health-conscious parents, and getting in on the act themselves — starting with juices and raw foods and graduating to modified cleanses, all in the name of cleaner living, if not weight management.
Autism is a complex disorder with characteristics in four fundamental areas: sensory processing challenges, speech/language delays, elusive social interaction skills and self-esteem issues. Here are 10 things every parent should consider when raising a child on the autism spectrum
During sleep, infants are exposed to high levels of chemicals emitted by their crib mattresses, a new study has found.
Measles: A highly contagious respiratory virus thought to be eradicated in America.
Making sure your kids stay healthy includes routine vaccinations. Here’s a simple rundown of what they’ll need and when.
A five-person team from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) departed for Guinea over the weekend to investigate an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus occurring in the African country, a representative from the CDC confirmed to FoxNews.com.
Syria's civil war, which entered its fourth year last month, has killed more than 150,000 people, but an often overlooked figure is the number of wounded: more than 500,000, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross. An untold number of those - there's no reliable estimate - suffered traumatic injuries that have left them physically handicapped.
The number of mumps cases from an outbreak in central Ohio has more than quadrupled over the last two weeks, to 116, mostly students at Ohio State University or people connected to the school, authorities said Tuesday.
A tree-trimmer is recovering after he was rushed to a Pittsburgh hospital with a chain saw blade embedded in his neck.
A Cleveland neurosurgeon and two ex-Israeli Air Force R&D officers have teamed together to apply flight simulation technology to a more benevolent purpose – aiding the sick. Through their efforts, they have developed an FDA-approved surgery rehearsal program called Surgical Theater, which allows physicians to prepare and practice complicated brain surgery before they even enter the operating room.
How do you deal with stress? Many people turn to food, drink, or exercise for comfort, but sex can actually be one of the best ways to relax and unwind.