Microneedle patch would be placed on the skin for a few seconds each month and would slowly release contraceptive drugs over time
A former top prosecutor in Phoenix will investigate what happened at the long-term care center where a vegetative patient gave birth
The baby's infectious laughter has melted hearts across the country
Lynette Gabourel has been a federal employee for 38 years. But as the government shutdown continues, she's stuck worrying about whether to pay her mortgage or buy insulin she needs. Chip Reid reports.
New research finds not getting enough good sleep could affect your risk of heart disease
A new report from the National Safety Council sheds light on the most common causes of accidental death in the U.S.
The parents of an Oklahoma girl, 3, who died from cancer with a 17-pound tumor are accused of failing to provide medical care
The Trump administration begins rollbacks on Obama-era initiatives for healthier school lunches, giving the dairy industry a bigger presence in U.S. cafeterias
Issues preliminary injunction against rules that would let more employers opt out of providing women with free birth control
Rick Romley, former Maricopa County attorney, will be in charge of "exhaustive" internal review of Hacienda HealthCare's operations and procedures
"I think it will change, but I don't think it's going to happen overnight ... I think there is still a ton of education that needs to happen," said Michael Zaytsev, founder and CEO of High N.Y.
Kindbody's founding physician talks to young women at monthly "egg freezing 101" events
Plan to provide the poor and uninsured with medical care may amount to a bold policy shift -- or a political ploy
The opioid epidemic has claimed so many lives in a suburban Chicago county, the coroner says his office is running out of money
First-of-its-kind study looks at risks from the increase in opioid prescriptions for pets
A new report shows that lots of grains, vegetables and fruit lowers your risk of dying early from heart disease, cancer, and other deadly diseases
The CDC has released its first estimates for this year's flu season
Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas is returning to a Florida port a day early after guests and crew members were hit with an outbreak of norovirus
Move follows complaints by workers worried about potential health risks of cleaning up after drug users
Both needed a procedure so rare it had only been done 15 times in U.S. history