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With research advancing more quickly than ever, it just might be the right time for Obama's "moonshot" to cure cancer, experts say.
A bomb blast hit a polio center in restive southwest Pakistan on Wednesday, killing at least 14 people, according to police.
The medicine is sold nationwide under a variety of brand names, including Rite-Aid, Dollar General, CVS and Kroger.
Zika virus, suspected of causing severe birth defects in Brazil, has been diagnosed in a traveler in Houston. Some experts are worried.
Latino children tend to live in communities with poor access to public recreational spaces, and it may be contributing to childhood obesity.
Back pain sufferers may not want to hear this. One of the easiest and best cures is a little exercise.
There's a new set of final recommendations on when women should get mammograms, and it might add to confusion.
Nearly half of nonsmoking kids in middle school and high school encountered secondhand tobacco smoke in 2013.
For many with an autism spectrum disorder, communication and social interaction are challenging. But it doesn't mean they're impossible.
Gene sequencing company Illumina is betting it can diagnose cancer in people long before they have symptoms.