Gov't says U.S. health care spending will keep growing faster than the overall economy through 2026
A surge in infants born in the U.S. with withdrawal symptoms from their mothers' opioid use has outpaced science on how best to treat them
Oregon's Legislature took a step toward enshrining the right to health care in the state Constitution, which would be unprecedented in the United States but raises funding questions
Two new cases of Legionnaires' disease were confirmed Monday at the Illinois Veterans Home. The Illinois Department of Public Health reports that both patients who have symptoms are residents of the home and are doing well.
As Adams County Health Department administrator, Jerrod Welch sees the benefit of networking with others across the state , and now he's making those connections as Illinois Association of Public Health Administrators president.
Doctors pull 14 worms from eye of Oregon woman in rare case of infection spread by flies
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control said the number of measles cases across the continent tripled last year and is continuing to cause new outbreaks due to low immunization rates
Scientists are trying gene therapy to fight HIV, the virus that causes AIDS
The Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Vermont and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire have partnered to electronically share veterans' health information
Marijuana users' April 20 holiday is linked with a slight increase in fatal U.S. car crashes