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Research shows that the association between red meat and heart disease risk might be related not just to fat but also to bacteria that thrive on a component of red meat.
The military has been increasing prescriptions of psychoactive drugs for soldiers in combat at an alarming rate.
The two largest mutual funds specializing in health care — from Vanguard and T. Rowe Price — both have new managers.
The New York City health department has advised patrons who had dessert at Alta between March 23 and Tuesday to be vaccinated.
An acidly worded decision raised a broader question about whether a cabinet secretary can decide on a drug’s availability for reasons other than its safety and effectiveness.
A judge ruled on Friday that court oversight of the mental health care in California prisons remained necessary.
In the six years since her marriage to one of the yoga world’s luminaries, Colleen Saidman Yee has become a star in her own right.
In weight training, is it better to increase the number of repetitions or the amount of weight over time? Gretchen Reynolds, the Phys Ed columnist, responds to a reader’s question.
The government warned people to avoid live poultry and slaughtered more than 20,000 birds at a wholesale market in Shanghai.
Can you figure out what’s wrong with a 3-month-old baby who refuses to eat? Solve the medical mystery with Dr. Lisa Sanders.
Male pattern baldness, the kind that starts at the top or back of the head, may indicate an increased risk for coronary heart disease, according to a new analysis.
The secret to a good jog on the High Line, the crowded pedestrian park built on an abandoned elevated railway in Manhattan, is to go early in the morning.
As China announced a sixth death Friday from the mysterious new H7N9 flu, health officials said they were formulating a seed vaccine.
A new clinic offering abortions and other women’s medical services has opened in the Wichita building where a slain abortion provider practiced.
As regulators look to protect consumers, a panel of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners analyzed steps that states can take to mitigate expected rises.
The televised image of Louisville’s Kevin Ware breaking his leg has heightened interest in one of the many issues confronting college athletics: health insurance coverage.