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Select packages of Chewy Chips Ahoy cookies were recalled over the weekend due to the possible presence of “an unexpected solidified ingredient” in the sweet treats, officials said.
An Oregon mother’s careful attention to detail may have saved her then-2-year-old daughter’s life after she noticed an odd glimmer in her child’s eye in while looking at a photograph.
A paramedic was left partially paralyzed after cracking her neck triggered a stroke at age 23.
A Canadian mother who had three limbs amputated after she was bitten by her dog during a game of tug-of-war is raising awareness on sepsis, the life-threatening infection that nearly killed her.
Stop yawning. It's time to put these unsound sleep myths to bed.
Making overdose-reversal drug and clean needles more accessible was once an extremely unpopular idea.
Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News talks about the court case challenging the Affordable Care Act and Democratic proposals to expand Medicare on C-SPAN and NPR.
New research published in JAMA detected some changes in healthy behavior like weight and stress, but little overall impact in workers’ health status or employer health care spending.
Felicia Jackson knew how to do CPR. As a physical therapist, she had to be trained on a regular basis, but 16 years ago, all of her training went away the moment her son, Markel, needed her.The Jackson family was on its way to an outing when Markel, then 2, choked on a piece of candy his 8-year-old...
Lori Gottlieb’s “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed” is a treasure trove of stories and hard-earned advice.
Over the course of about 15 years, a researcher says, YouTube has become a kind of virtual cemetery for parents experiencing stillbirth.
We’re living longer than ever. But how many of those years will we be healthy?
Dear Dr. Roach: I have persistent genital arousal disorder. I find it incredibly difficult to talk about with my doctors and I've been openly mocked for it. I find there is a distinct lack of sensitivity in the medical community…