- Half of Adults, Adolescents Exposed to 'Unsafe' Headphone Volume
Find out how long and how loud you should listen through your headphones.
- Why People See the Dress in Different Colors
Blame your brain, not your eyes, for the way you see the dress.
- Not Just an Ancient Disease: Leprosy Cases Hit Florida Counties
A Florida county has reported three leprosy cases in the last five months.
- McDonald???s Customer Claims He Got Cleaning Liquid in His Tea
He was not lovin' it.
- Woman Uses Rubber Bands, Hair Elastics as DIY Braces
Why experts say do-it-yourself braces are a bad idea.
- 'Super Bug' Linked to Antibiotics Kills Nearly 15K Yearly, Says CDC
A stubborn, hard-to-treat ???super bug??? causes more than half a million infections a year and is responsible for nearly 30,000 deaths in the United States, the CDC reports.
- Women at Greater Risk for Fatal Heart Attacks
Younger women are at greater risk of fatal heart attacks than younger men.
- Gerbils, Not Rats, May Have Caused Bubonic Plague
You will never look at your pet gerbil the same way again.
- Watch as Bionic Eye Lets Blind Man See Wife Again
A bionic eye implant allowed this blind man to see his wife for the first time in 10 years.
- Lawsuit Claims Beneful Dog Food Kills Pets
More than 3,000 pet owners complained over four years, suit alleges.
- A science tale behind two dresses
Before you strangle your best friend who sees the colors in the now-famous dress differently than you do, please know that there's a scientific explanation.
- Deadly bacteria at your doctor's
- Snowed in? Here's how to beat the winter blues
- Change the world, not disabled son
- FDA knew for years that scopes were a problem
- Poll: Majority want vaccines to be required
- Less smoking = more lung cancer deaths?
- Fit Nation: Down but not out in 20 seconds
- Study: Eat peanuts early to avoid allergy
A new study suggests that peanut allergy can be prevented at a young age by embracing peanuts, not avoiding them.
- $1 solution to clean $30,000 superbug scope
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explores a trouble spot when it comes to cleaning the duodenoscope behind "nightmare" bacteria
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- More parents asking doctors to delay vaccinating children, study finds
Parents have increasingly pressured doctors to delay vaccines for young children, making their kids and others vulnerable to preventable diseases, a study suggests.
- Young girl's story may lead state to approve marijuana oil
Ten-year-old Alexis Carey has a rare but intractable form of epilepsy, Dravet Syndrome. The genetic disease causes severe and multiple seizures, which often leave parents guessing if the terror of watching their child seize up will pass or turn fatal.
- Nurse who survived Ebola says hospital failed her
A 26-year-old nurse said in a newspaper interview that a hospital where she had worked in Dallas and its parent company failed her when she contracted Ebola while caring for the first person in the U.S. diagnosed with the deadly disease.
- Melasma: How to cope with skin discoloration during pregnancy
Pregnant women love their flawless complexion and radiant “pregnancy glow,” despite having to deal with other not-so-flattering skin changes like stretch marks, skin tags and varicose veins.
- Vicki Lawrence opens up about living with chronic hives
Actress Vicki Lawrence is known for her big laughs in TV sitcoms like The Carol Burnett Show and Mama's Family, but behind all the funny lines, she has struggled with a form of severe hives. She sits down with Dr. Manny to talk about life with chronic idiopathic urticaria
- Migraine treatment using X-ray guidance may hold potential for relief
Preventive treatment for migraines has eluded doctors for decades: In the last 50 years, no new treatment has been pinpointed to alleviate the debilitating condition, which affects nearly 18 percent of the U.S. population.
- 9 subtle signs you could have a heart problem
Thanks to more education about healthy eating and advancements in treatment, fewer people die of heart disease than in the past.
- US, Liberia kick off trial of Ebola drug ZMapp
U.S. and Liberian researchers have started a clinical trial to test the safety and effectiveness of Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc's Ebola drug ZMapp, an experimental treatment that has already been tried in a handful of Ebola patients, including two U.S. missionaries.
- 3 infected with measles at Las Vegas seafood restaurant
Three new cases of measles have been confirmed in Las Vegas, in people believed infected by a contagious worker at an upscale MGM Grand Hotel and Casino seafood restaurant, Nevada public health officials said on Friday.
- Foods that trigger headaches
For many headache and migraine sufferers, certain foods can act as triggers
- In Drug Trial, Parents Weigh Life and Loss
An experimental treatment could let children with a rare genetic disease live longer, but it may make them deaf.
- Health-Law Foes Face Hurdle as Justices Weigh Subsidies
Health-care law opponents face a challenge Wednesday in persuading the Supreme Court to strike down nationwide insurance subsidies: Doing so could put the law at odds with part of the court’s health-care decision three years ago.
- Amgen Sees Positive Results From Kyprolis Study
Amgen took a step forward in its efforts to make its Kyprolis cancer therapy a standard treatment for many multiple myeloma patients, saying the drug performed better than older rival Velcade in a study.
- Big Insurer Tightens Hysterectomy Rules
The nation’s largest health insurer, UnitedHealth, is imposing tighter controls on its coverage for hysterectomies after more than a year of debate over a medical device that was found to spread hidden cancer in some women undergoing the procedure.
- Billion-Dollar Health Startups
A Look at Proteus Digital and Moderna
- Novartis Amends Heart-Drug Trial
Novartis is amending a clinical trial of a promising heart drug it’s developing in order to address questions from doctors that the medication might contribute to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
- More Than 1 Million People Pick New Health-Law Plans
About 1.2 million people who bought coverage on HealthCare.gov in 2014 dropped their health plan and picked a new one through the site for 2015, the Obama administration said Wednesday.
- Sanofi Wins Approval For New Insulin Drug
Sanofi said it got a green light from U.S. regulators to sell its new insulin product Toujeo, a crucial launch for the French drug maker as it struggles to keep a firm grip on the all-important diabetes market.