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Groups like the U.K.'s Abort67 use imagery from the U.S. to protest abortion.
The White House said chances of a proper funding deal looked "destined to fail. Senate aides were hopeful, but House prospects looked less certain.
Night shifts can cause heart disease, and this raised risk appears to be independent of obvious causes such as an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise
The FDA said it's checking into a report that suggests a commonly used yeast infection pill may raise the risk of miscarriages and birth defects.
Activists have long have decried the abortion laws in Poland, which are among the most restrictive in Europe. Their anger has now boiled over.
The abortion pill is actually more than just one pill.
Cheap Trick's Tom Petersson has spent a lifetime playing music, and now he's aiming for a new audience — starting with his autistic son.
Music may help babies learn language better, in part by helping them learn to detect important rhythms, researchers reported Monday.
Online e-cigarette ads are getting through to teens, loud and clear, a new study finds.
Does this drug really help. or is it wishful thinking? FDA advisers were moved by patient pleas but rejected the company's studies.
Donald Trump's suggestion that women be punished for abortions has become a reality across the Atlantic.
Zika and the need for more Latino doctors were two important topics tackled at the Natl Hispanic Medical Assn's 20th annual conference.
What's it like to have an abortion in Europe? Women share their stories with NBC News.
A child is reported to a poison control center about every 45 minutes in this country, according to the study.
It may be weeks before we clearly know why Prince died but when there is sudden or unexpected death, this is what the medical examiner is looking for.
Suicide rates have soared 24 percent in the U.S. since 1999, with the biggest increases among women, federal researchers reported Friday.
It seems there's no clear set of genes that help people age with grace.
The patient's wife recognized her husband on a TV reality show.
A new study looking at the effects of climate change predicts an extra week of dangerous ozone levels every year across the U.S. by the year 2050.
Researchers who were trying to show that irregular periods might protect women against ovarian cancer found just the opposite: Women who had unpredict