Health officials predict swine flu will continue to spread around the world infecting people almost as quickly as American culture.
The President’s Supreme Court nominee has diabetes leading experts to predict lawyers using blood sugar defenses in court cases will succeed mightily.
The US government can save $540 billion in health care costs in the next decade by taking 15 steps but the government could save twice as much by making the most unhealthy people in the world walk 15 steps.
A study finds compression stockings don’t reduce the risk of blood clots in stroke patients but do make a great fashion accessory for women over 90 out for a night of bingo, canasta, and hot toddies.
The Medical College of Wisconsin will receive $11 million in donations making them the envy of American automakers.
The number of US adults following a healthy lifestyle has fallen in the last two decades despite increasing public health campaigns so apparently the more you know the less you care…or do.
A new study shows heat generated by radio waves to selectively destroy tissue completely eradicated the abnormal cell growths lining the esophagus in more than 77% of those who received the treatment allowing patients to avoid sounding like Jack Klugman.
A health coalition is pushing a major health and beauty products company to remove chemicals considered to be likely human carcinogens from its baby shampoo because who cares about tears when baby has no scalp.
The death rate due to cancer has declined in the United States in recent years despite the best efforts of alcohol, tobacco, and drug makers.
More than 100 athletes who swam in the Oklahoma River during a triathlon have returned health questionnaires from state officials investigating an outbreak of gastrointestinal illness among participants who should’ve known not to compete in the Raw Sewage 500. Apparently, a river really does run through you like poop through a goose.