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Jim Kelly is currently battling a second recurrence of oral cancer and has been scheduled to undergo surgery in an attempt to control the disease.
On any given day, one in 25 hospitalized patients - 4 percent - is battling an infection picked up in a hospital or other healthcare facility, according to a new survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
For years, 11-year-old Amit Vigoda has wanted just one thing: to have his right leg amputated. And after a very long decision making process, Amit’s mother and father have agreed to make their son’s wish a reality.
Lower back pain is the leading cause of job disability worldwide, Time.com reported.
Researchers have found a potential solution for recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs).
Two years after they tied the knot, Keith Knapp and his high school sweetheart, Mikaela, 25, were faced with a devastating diagnosis: Mikaela had a rare form of kidney cancer that had metastasized to her bones and brain.
Seven-year-old cancer survivor Josh Hardy was moved out of the intensive care unit Tuesday, just two weeks after receiving the lifesaving medication he needed to treat his adenovirus, according to a Facebook post from his mother.
A new tool helps even young people to estimate their risk for heart disease later in life, by calculating their heart's true age
The slogan, “This bud’s for you,” is already taking on new popular meaning.
Replacing standard packaging with single-serve packaging may help some overweight people to consume less food, according to a small new study.
Black and Latina breast cancer patients were more than twice as likely as white women to have lingering medical debt and to skip treatments because of costs, according to a new U.S. study.
Teenage boys who played football, basketball or both were about twice as likely as other boys to have recently abused their girlfriends in a new study from California.
Women who have their breasts removed because of cancer may benefit from receiving radiation if they still have traces of cancer in their lymph nodes, suggests a new analysis.
The blossoming season of spring can only mean one thing—allergies. But before you reach for the nasal spray, Dr. Susanne Bennett, author of "The 7-Day Allergy Makeover” tells us natural ways to get rid of your allergies once and for all
While confusion is common about the differences between generic and brand-name drugs, the simple truth may surprise you
A Massachusetts juvenile court judge awarded "permanent" custody of a Connecticut teenager at the center of an interstate custody battle to the state of Massachusetts on Tuesday in a major setback for her family fighting for her return.
It’s easy to eat lighter without sacrificing taste. Here are five simple ways to cut fat and calories from your meals
Parents who spank a child in the first year of his or her life may trigger a “vicious cycle” of misbehavior.
Canadian officials investigating a man suspected of having contracted Ebola during a visit to West Africa say it has been determined he does not have the virus.
West African nations scrambled on Tuesday to contain an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus suspected to have killed at least 59 in Guinea, with people presenting symptoms of the disease reported in neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia.