The study found that intensive blood pressure treatment may help to clear toxins and other byproducts from the brain.
If passed, eligible individuals who are behind bars in Massachusetts could receive 60 days to one year off of their sentences in exchange for donating organs or bone marrow.
The Satanic Temple, which doesn’t believe in a literal Satan, has claimed its abortion ritual is exempt from bans because it’s part of religious practice.
Gay rights groups have long opposed blanket restrictions on who can give blood, saying they discriminate against the LGBTQ community.
Thousands of nurses at two New York City hospitals have ended a three-day strike after reaching a tentative contract agreement.
Nurses have held the No. 1 spot for more than two decades.
Here are some things to know about the FDA's approval of lecanemab, to be sold under the brand name Leqembi.
The potential presence of a nitrosamine impurity has prompted Lupin Pharmaceuticals to issue a recall of some blood pressure medication, per an announcement.
The government advised people not to play contact sports, take unnecessary car trips or get drunk in order to reduce their risk of needing an ambulance.
The FDA wants LASIK patients to know more about the risks of the popular eye surgery, but doctors say the agency
The children’s medication shortage is fueled largely by what many have been referring to as the “tripledemic” — a collision of three viruses that has been putting a strain on the healthcare system.
The study says a misdiagnosis can lead to severe harm and even death.
Researchers in Chicago conducted a study highlighting the importance of recommended cancer screenings and early detection to improve survival rates.
While strep A is typically a common infection that can be easily treated, what is concerning some experts is an increase in an invasive form of strep that can be life-threatening. One North Texas doctor says the invasive form of strep A, which the CDC is monitoring, is something parents need to be aware of.
Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center welcomed four sets of twins last Wednesday, born just hours apart.
The Biden administration is making four rapid COVID-19 tests available online starting Thursday as it unveils its contingency plans for potential surges this winter.
US. District Court Judge Donald Molloy on Friday permanently blocked a section of a law that said it was discriminatory for most employers to require workers to be vaccinated against communicable diseases.
The health system said in a statement it took "appropriate actions" against the "former employees" after an investigation.
Federal authorities say 18 former NBA players have been arrested on charges alleging they defrauded the league's health and welfare benefit plan out of about $4 million.