A team of researchers has for the first time found a side effect of a common drug combination by looking at search queries.
Between 70 and 85 percent of women in the U.S. confronted with a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome choose abortion -- but that number used to be higher.
Robot-assisted hysterectomy became 20 times more common between 2007 and 2010.
A philosopher argues that taking love-altering substances might not just be a good idea, but a moral obligation.
Designers dreamed up patient records that can actually help and serve patients.
This gizmo gets my prize for most horrifying/fascinating thing to come out of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Dr. Zander started a movement for movement itself.
New super-thin mesh has the potential to be inserted into a woman's vagina to provide barely detectable contraception and HIV protection for several days.
Parents-to-be can now safely determine their baby's gender, father, and certain chromosomal abnormalities during the first trimester.
The interactive anatomy tool that facilitates patient-doctor communication and is also "social media ready"
We may be closer than most realize to significant increases in life expectancy.