Researchers say people being shot by guns costs the U.S. public health system close to $1 billion a year.
Three Southern California fathers go to the doctor together in order to call attention to the low percentage of vasectomies in the United States.
Researchers discovered the Tsimane people of the Amazon have almost no risk of serious heart disease due to diet and physical activity level.
Researchers say they've identified substances produced by metabolic activity in children's blood that can accurately determine if a child has autism.
Researchers warn people to be careful of stem cell clinical trials that aren't properly run or ask patients for payments.
The World Health Organization issued an urgent call for new drugs that battle resistant bacteria. Experts say that's fine, but more needs to be done.
The president says the organization can get federal funding if it doesn't offer abortion services. Planned Parenthood says the proposal would harm women's health programs.
Social media, celebrities, an antiscience mood, and rage against pharmaceutical companies keep the debate alive over whether vaccines are safe for children.
The Chairman of the World Mercury Project talks to Healthline about autism, and how the dangers of vaccinations are covered up by scientists and the government.
A new report says colorectal cancer is on the rise in millennials and Generation X. Race car driver Scott Lagasse Jr. is one of those affected.