Rare case of human infection is first ever recorded in the state
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Researchers say the habit impacts boys and girls differently
A plan to allow experimental womb transplants is raising ethical questions about the procedure
The first nationwide study finds thousands of people were treated for zip line-related injuries
He writes about his own mental illness and addictions and his parents' problems with alcohol and his mother's depression.
Scientists from three countries share the Nobel Prize for discovering drugs that have helped millions of people
In Chicago, at least 74 people overdosed on heroin over a period of three days
A new study shows chemotherapy, a standard treatment for breast cancer, may not be right for all patients
A Swedish study adds to the evidence that taller people face greater cancer risk - but why?
Researchers say getting adolescents to change their sleep habits may have unexpected benefits