The agency's current director has said he would be willing to stay
His anti-vaccine credentials date back to 2005
Scientists hope to pursue new combination therapies
Overwhelming medical evidence shows that negative side effects are rare and minor
Like the president-elect, Robert Kennedy, Jr., has pushed arguments of a link to autism
This viral group appeared hundreds of millions of years earlier than previously thought
Domoic acid, occasionally found in shellfish, is a serious health risk and researchers have linked its presence with climatic phenomena
In some areas the next administration's approach may be more of the same
Contrary to past guidance, new recommendations call for early introduction
Air pollutants may get into the blood stream and brain
An analysis of an early trial reveals missing data, high dropout rates and inconsistencies
Zika virus infection during pregnancy appears to cause a range of birth defects, such as joint, eye and ear abnormalities, in addition to microcephaly.
Changes in brain chemistry blunt and restore movement
Certain congressional actions could help overcome the threat of a Senate filibuster
The public health case for a cashless society
What to expect for climate change, health care, technology and more under the new administration
The proposal will be discussed at a meeting on January 17
Boys are increasingly confronted with "their own versions of Barbie"
Younger students in Washington state see pot as less harmful and report using it more
Many houseplants can scrub irritants like acetone from the air, but which ones do it best?