Insurers and data brokers are predicting your health costs based on data about things like race, how much TV you watch, or even buy plus-size clothing.
West Virginia has the highest rate of adults with preexisting conditions, 36% of those under 65.
With increasing life expectancy and geographic mobility, the chance of aging without a partner or children is significant.
Preimplantation genetic testing is widely used to increase the chance of having a healthy baby. Whether it should be performed at all, however, is hotly debated.
Officials are seeking people who may have been in contact with a bat in Woodinville park.
Scammers are targeting consumers who have purchased medicines online.
Nursing home staffing dips far below average on some days and consistently plummets on weekends.
Even if some of the cereal was eaten and no one got sick, throw the rest of it away or return it for a refund.
Four new confirmed cases within the same household.
The Trump administration tried to remove pro-breastfeeding language from a WHO resolution. But in the US breastfeeding has become accepted.
Patients want to feel prepared to look after themselves when they leave the hospital.
100 years ago, an influenza pandemic swept the globe, infecting an estimated one-third of the world’s population and killing at least 50 million people.
A substantial percentage of those who have depression can shake it off and go on to thrive.
Michelle Andrews answers questions from readers concerned about health insurance roadblocks in the face of a serious illness or medical crisis.
60 percent of doctors polled said physicians might “avoid sicker or more medically complex patients to improve performance on quality or utilization measures.”