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A routine traffic stop ended in a surprise for a Seattle cop who ended up delivering the passenger's baby - a birth caught captured on dashcam video.
Kids from military families are more likely to say they're bullied at school, carried a weapon or been in a fight, a new study shows.
Colon cancer patients who enjoy a few cups of coffee a day appear to survive their cancer better and they're less likely to die than non-drinkers.
Federal regulators have uncovered new violations by the manufacturer of medical scopes recently linked to outbreaks of deadly "superbug" bacteria at U
NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar stopped by TODAY Monday with a list of five body pains we should never ignore.
These are some of the countries around the world that apply taxes to tampons, pads and other products to contain menstrual flow.
Working parents, here's another thing to stress over: Your irregular work schedule may have negative effects on your child's development.
Yosemite National Park has reopened one campground but is closing another to spray for fleas after a Los Angeles girl caught plague there.
Some people are taking an extreme measure to eliminate perspiration as well as to remove underarm hair.
Britax is recalling 37 models of its car seats due to a potential safety defect that could prevent the harnesses from locking.
Former President Jimmy Carter says he has cancer that has spread, although it's not yet clear what kind of cancer he has.
Police officers are most likely to be killed in states where the most people own guns, according to new research.
The Food and Drug Administration approved limited use of the powerful painkiller OxyContin for children as young as 11 years old.
Genetic analysis shows that President Warren G. Harding fathered a child with long-rumored mistress Nan Britton, according to AncestryDNA.
Air pollution is killing about 4,000 people in China a day, accounting for 1 in 6 premature deaths in the world's most populous country, a new study finds.
The Buffalo, New York, hospital that serves the areas hardest hit by a Lake Erie-driven storm in November says a mini baby boom has begun.
Playing music while patients are having surgery can ease their pain and anxiety, even if patients are completely unconscious, researchers found.