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People who take popular heartburn pills known as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) may be more likely to develop chronic kidney disease than individuals who don't use these drugs, a study suggests.
The friend of a British college graduate has made an online plea for anyone with a rare blood type to come forward as her friend fights for her life in a Thailand hospital.
A little-known bacterial disease may be killing as many people worldwide as measles, scientists said on Monday, while a mosquito-borne virus known as Zika is also raising global alarm.
A Chinese woman seeking an anti-aging injection has been left blind in one eye after the procedure cause an obstruction in her retinal artery.
A photo of Mark Zuckerberg and his baby daughter that the Facebook founder and CEO posted on his page Friday has gone viral and spurred another online debate about vaccines.
There may well turn out to be a neurological or even genetic reason that helps explain why compulsive gamblers can’t seem to resist visiting casinos, buying lottery tickets or staying glued to Internet gaming sites. Dr. Keith discusses
The mother of a toddler with a rare condition that causes his brain to grow through a crack in his skull is hopeful that her son, now 21 months old, will live a normal life after other people advised her to abort him before he was born.
The Bible says, “Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife.”
Drugmakers didn’t let up on price increases with the start of a new year, demonstrating the industry’s pricing power in the face of mounting criticisms of prescription costs in the U.S. Pfizer Inc., Amgen Inc., Allergan PLC, Horizon Pharma PLC and others have raised U.S. prices for dozens of branded drugs since late December, with many of the increases between 9% and 10%, according to equity analysts.
Even though fewer U.S. teens are smoking, secondhand smoke remains a big problem for them, a government study found.
What better way to jump on the "get healthy" New Year's bandwagon than cutting way down on sugar?
Many athletes find satisfaction in running through the finish line but Vietnam veteran Paula Steinbach, 60, finds comfort in running through the past.
More than 7,000 patients at a Utah hospital were potentially exposed to an “outbreak” of hepatitis C after coming into contact with an infected former nurse – But less than half have come in for free testing to find out if they have the disease.
Below is the response from KIND Snacks regarding a previous segment from 'Sunday Housecall': · This past March, KIND received a warning letter from the FDA.