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"Jump In!" is the newest craze in London, where grown-ups can release their inner child for a little while.
Measles fever may have reached a pitch in America, but European health officials say they're looking at the United States with envy.
Measles is a highly contagious respiratory disease, but you can avoid getting it with the MMR vaccine.
When it comes to the issue of vaccinations, there appears to be a level of unanimous agreement.
Canada's highest court struck down a ban on doctor-assisted suicide for mentally competent patients with terminal illnesses.
A new study mapped the fungi, bacteria, and viruses found on New York's mostly underground rail system, revealing the crowded, mostly harmless, microbiome.
CNBC's Robert Ferris breaks down a recent study on how cocaine affects decision making and how people perceive wins and losses.
Five babies under the age of 1 have been infected with measles in a cluster at a suburban Chicago daycare center, officials said Thursday.
The Wisconsin woman claims her son's suicide was due to dementia caused by brain injuries he suffered in youth football beginning at age 11.
Apple's health care technology is showing early promise as a way for doctors to monitor patients remotely and lower costs.
The flu vaccine, which hasn't worked well to protect Americans against influenza, isn't helping in Europe, either.
Criminals can use the numbers at hospitals and pharmacies to receive care and prescriptions, racking up charges and wrecking victims' medical records.
California lawmakers have proposed making it harder for parents to opt out of vaccinating their children.
A new device that uses tiny electric fields can help deliver chemotherapy drugs right where they are needed, researchers say.
An experimental drug for Parkinson's disease damaged the lungs of monkeys, and it almost certainly would do the same to people, researchers found.
NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman breaks down what to know, if you can't remember whether you've been vaccinated against measles.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is worried about how far a measles outbreak linked to Disneyland might spread.
A cheap appliance that fits onto a smartphone can successfully test people for the AIDS virus and syphilis, researchers reported Wednesday.