New Jersey residents may have been exposed to measles after two people with the virus visited several places, including Newark Liberty International Airport, in recent weeks, the state’s health officials announced.
A Salmonella outbreak linked to a massive egg recall expanded last week when 12 more people reported contracting the foodborne illness after eating the popular breakfast food item.
More patients with chronic pain are being asked to agree to random urine drug screens, pill counts, and other conditions before they’re prescribed opioids.
An Alabama who was recently bitten by a venomous coral snake is now fighting for his life, his family said.
An Indianapolis woman died Saturday after she contracted a flesh-eating bacteria during a vacation to Florida but her husband believes she would still be alive today if doctors diagnosed her earlier.
After the family returned from a Florida trip, the woman noticed she had a sore on her buttock.
A day care center in North Quincy, Mass., was closed on Wednesday and Thursday after a child came down with a case of typhoid fever.
A large mass in a man's brain turned out to have an unusual cause: a parasitic infection lurking in his body that had “reawakened” in his brain, according to a new report of the case.
Former model and soap star-turned aspiring politician Antonio Sabato Jr., said he “could have sex all day” after having testosterone pellets injected into his buttocks.
A Connecticut toddler who was facing life-threatening injuries after he swallowed a button battery has relearned how to walk and talk since being released from the hospital.
A Tennessee mother’s dying wish to see her son graduate high school was granted last week, with school officials traveling nearly 400 miles to the Memphis hospital she’s being treated in to conduct the special ceremony.
A teenage girl was knocked unconscious and lost five teeth after being kicked in the face by a horse.
A premature baby was decapitated inside his mom's womb when a top NHS doctor detached his body from his head during a botched birth, a tribunal heard.
A renowned 104-year-old Australian scientist who traveled to Switzerland last week died Thursday, ending his life in a medically assisted suicide.
A renowned 104-year-old Australian scientist who traveled to Switzerland last week has planned to end his life on Thursday in a medically assisted suicide—possibly by lethal injection.
A 7-weak-old baby is on the mend after suffering a traumatic brain injury when a softball accidentally struck her in the head at a ballfield last week in northeastern Iowa.