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?
Reported cases of STDs in 2015 were at an all-time high
Harnessing the organ's own healing properties may help prevent heart attacks and lessen the painful effects of severely narrowed coronary arteries
Targeting cancer cells using their own DNA could help eliminate tumors and prevent recurrences
Vague rules and patchy requirements often keep this information from the public
Freezing the genetic technology would have been a disaster, scientists say; activists plan to renew the fight
Blood screening technology may be able to diagnose infections before symptoms emerge
One clinic's youngest patient is 3
The new rule requires companies to avoid mining practices that may pollute streams and drinking water sources, restore streams, and promise to return mined areas to their original form
The findings raise questions about if those physicians' methods could be pinpointed and copied
The Michigan city doesn't even rank among the most dangerous lead hotspots in America
Outbreaks across the country have fueled more than 4,000 cases
The Obama administration issued a final rule establishing seafood traceability requirements to help combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing and seafood fraud
The FDA finds that many so-called laboratory-derived tests may actually harm patients
Infants carrying genes that put them at increased risk for asthma had a 27 percent decrease in developing respiratory symptoms while being breast-fed. Erika Beras reports.