The legend of baseball and life is making the best of a tragic situation.
A look at new guidelines meant to improve how medical schools teach students about sexual orientation and gender identity
All that online symptom-searching and self-diagnosing has paid off: Reseach has shown that traffic to the site can be used to predict disease outbreaks well in advance.
A vocabulary quiz
The town of Hogeway, outside Amsterdam, is a Truman Show-style nursing home.
Just viewing a promotion for a quick-fix weight-loss drug was enough to make people eat worse, a new study found.
A new study finds that while most casual restaurants are in white neighborhoods, the ones in predominantly black neighborhoods are most likely to market to kids.
The demise of America’s cigarette addiction has been greatly exaggerated.
After wearing prosthetics all his life, 9-year-old Aidan Robinson has designed one that fits a Wii controller and screws on a Super Soaker.
America's panic over the disease may have subsided, but the news from overseas is still quite grim.
More than 40 percent of uninsured Americans still don’t know basic terminology like "deductible." These little guys break it down.
Does DNA shape the ability to save money?
Researchers found noticeable differences in the brains of CFS patients, offering a small antidote to the skepticism often given to this medically unexplained condition.
Chikungunya, a new mosquito-borne illness, is coursing through the Caribbean. I caught it and it's terrible.
A start-up will contribute an interesting answer to the million-dollar food-policy question: If healthy food was as easy as junk food, would we eat more of it?
A new study looks at people who have trouble keeping time.
With Craig Spencer's release from a New York hospital on Tuesday, the number of domestic cases is back down to zero.
The U.S. government is investing heavily in the creation of sophistcated prosthetic limbs for returning soldiers. Could they someday be used on the battlefield, too?
A new study suggests that some people are neither "owls" nor "larks"