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Donald Trump appears to be pushing fear buttons that common wisdom says motivates conservatives. But is that really what's going on?
The bacteria commonly known as blue-green algae has spread rapidly to cover almost all of 150- square-mile Utah Lake, turning the water bright green.
The World Health Organization updated its recommendations on pregnancy, sex and the risk of Zika virus.
Florida has a second possible case of Zika spread locally, and scientists said they may have found a new species of mosquito can transmit the virus.
It's winter in South America and Zika fears there are winding down, just as mosquito season starts in North America. Here are some Zika answers.
Pokemon Go has kids all over moving around, but it's a special treat for kids stuck in the hospital.
The Justice Department went to court Thursday seeking to block two mergers involving four of the nation's five health insurance giants.
Florida health officials are checking on the latest case of Zika there and yet Congress went home without spending the money to fight it.
While not an official holiday, National Junk Food Day is an excuse to munch on some chips and candy today.
An oncologist who inflicted painful cancer treatments on hundreds of patients --including many who weren't sick -- must pay millions to his victims.
Beer producers said earlier this month they'll start putting calories counts on their labels.
Florida health officials said Tuesday they were investigating a possible case of Zika that wasn't carried back by a traveler.
Cases of aggressive prostate cancer appear to be on the rise, researchers reported Tuesday. The reason is not readily apparent.
More than 600 people in 45 states have caught salmonella from backyard chickens and ducks, federal health officials reported Tuesday.
An elderly patient who died with a Zika virus infection in Utah may have infected a relative. Doctors are not sure how it happened.
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc was sued on Monday by Jimmy 'Superfly' Snuka and dozens of other retired male and female wrestlers.
Fracking may worsen asthma in people who live nearby, according to an 8- year study in Pennsylvania.
A silicone ring impregnated with an antiviral drug can protect 75 percent or more of women from the AIDS virus, researchers reported Monday.
Advocates for mental health reform say this notable victory is only the tip of the iceberg.
A doctor treating civilians in Aleppo, Syria says the closure of a vital highway has put 300,000 people at risk of death and starvation.