- Elmo Says 'Get Vaccinated' in New Video
Elmo gets into the battle to raise vaccination levels.
- Chernobyl Survivor to Be Pushed in Team Hoyt Wheelchair for Boston Marathon
Alosha O'Brien, 30, will be pushed 26.2 miles for his second Boston Marathon.
- Teen With Down Syndrome's Reaction to Getting 1st Job Will Make You Smile
Ben Sunderman waited for days for his acceptance letter.
- See a Dog 'Tap Dance' After Getting Life-Changing Surgery to Fix Legs
Roscoe got life-changing surgery to fix his legs after a lifetime of crawling.
- Large Measles Outbreak Traced to Disneyland Is Declared Over
California health authorities say large measles outbreak is over.
- The Real Reason Your Knuckles Crack
Researchers and the 'Wayne Gretzky of knuckle-cracking' solve the mystery.
- Doctors Remove Huge Tumor From 3-Day-Old Infant
At 8 months Abbey Monzietti remains a happy baby after having a tumor removed at just 3 days old.
- Meet the Transgender Man Who Could Be a Magazine Cover Model
Meet the man aiming to be the first transgender model on Men's Health Magazine.
- 'Spice' Overdoses Send More Than 300 to ER in 2 Weeks
Synthetic marijuana sends people to the hospital in Mississippi and Alabama.
- E-Cig Use Triples in Adolescents, CDC Says
Adolescent e-cigarette use has tripled from 2013 to 2014, according to the CDC.
- Dr. Sanjay Gupta: It's time for a medical marijuana revolution
I see signs of a revolution everywhere. I see a revolution that is burning white hot among young people, but also shows up among the parents and grandparents in my kids' school.
- Exclusive tour of the only federal weed farm in America
Since the 1970s, the Marijuana Project at the University of Mississippi, known as Ole Miss, has been the sole provider of marijuana for federal research in the United States. We take a look inside the farm.
- The quick hit history of medical marijuana
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the many uses of medical marijuana throughout history.
- Your medical marijuana questions answered
In case you haven't noticed, we're in the midst of a medical marijuana revolution.
- Girl's seizures spur medical marijuana legislation in Georgia
The Coxes can rest more comfortably living in Georgia now that their 5-year-old daughter can get the marijuana extract she needs.
- Ten diseases where medical marijuana could have impact
If full federal support to research medical marijuana arrives, here is what might change.
- Weed 3: The Marijuana Revolution
- Unbroken: Husband, wife battle rare cancers
- Being there for single parents with cancer
- The lamest workout excuses trainers ever heard
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- What the FDA's warning to KIND bars really means
When it comes to the ultimate grab-and-go food, snack bars reign—just take a peek in our purses and gym bags. Whether fruit and nut or chocolate and peanut butter (even savory flavors, like lamb and currant), we’ve all got our favorites.
- Aydian Dowling vies to become first trans person on a Men's Health cover
The hundreds of men who have entered this year’s Ultimate Men’s Health Guy Search all have a story of personal transformation to share.
- For pro athletes battling addiction, their names can be the biggest obstacle
Addiction is a disease that does not discriminate.
- Glaxo recalls popular form of flu vaccine due to potency problem
GlaxoSmithKline is recalling a popular four-in-one flu vaccine distributed throughout the U.S. because its effectiveness can decline over time.
- California officials declare Disneyland-linked measles outbreak over
California health authorities on Friday declared an end to a large measles outbreak that started at Disneyland and triggered a national debate about vaccinations.
- Woman scalped in drill accident regrows hair
A Czech woman whose scalp was severed from her head after her ponytail got caught in an electric drill said her hair is finally starting to grow back two months later, Central European News (CEN) reported.
- Teaching kids about sex abuse in school encourages reporting, review says
Children who learn about preventing sex abuse in school more often report abuse in their own lives than do kids who are not taught about it, according to a new research review.
- ReNeuron stem cell therapy shows long-term promise for stroke
A pioneering stem cell treatment for patients disabled by stroke has continued to show long-term promise in a clinical trial, the British biotech company behind the project said on Friday.
- Rescued cat nurses sick animals back to health
A cat that was saved from dying on the streets of Poland has now become a “nurse” to other animals in the shelter, Central European News (CEN) reported.
- Dr. Oz's fall from grace: Why I agree with colleagues calling for removal from Columbia faculty
I agree with the group of doctors calling for the removal of Dr. Oz from his faculty positions at Columbia University in that an academic evaluation needs to be made as to whether there is legitimate evidence to suggest the celebrity doctor has upheld his academic credentials and mission as a medical leader.
- Insurers Call for Stronger Rules on Medical Devices
The U.S. health-insurance industry is calling for tougher rules for approving and tracking medical devices, citing regulatory gaps exposed last year when a tool used in hysterectomies was found to spread cancer.
- UnitedHealth Raises Full-Year Guidance
UnitedHealth Group raised its full-year guidance due to a stronger-than-expected 13% revenue increase in the latest quarter, as it continued to benefit from customer growth.
- Medical-School Exam Gets an Overhaul
Aspiring doctors taking the new MCAT will find an exam that is longer and more interdisciplinary than past versions.
- Study Sparks Debate About Genomic Cancer Treatment
A new study has triggered a dispute about the accuracy of genomic tests that increasingly are used to match cancer patients with drugs that attack their tumors.
- Doctor Linked to Menendez Indicted
A Florida eye doctor facing corruption charges with New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez was indicted for health-care fraud. He had gained attention as Medicare’s top biller.
- Senate Clears Medicare Bill
The Senate cleared a bill to set a new formula for calculating payments to doctors and other providers who treat Medicare patients, representing a rare major bipartisan compromise.
- Tobacco Companies File Suit Against FDA
The biggest U.S. tobacco companies filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Tuesday, challenging its effort to assert authority over labels on tobacco products.
- Alibaba Sharpens Focus on Health Care
Alibaba Group Holding will shift its Tmall online-pharmacy business to its publicly traded health-care arm in a deal valued at $2.51 billion.