The virus has mainly spread among gay and bisexual men, though health officials continue to stress that anyone can be infected.
After physician burnout spiked during the COVID pandemic, experts see an urgent need to address the issue.
A much-debated drug for Lou Gehrig’s disease won U.S. approval on Thursday from the Food and Drug Administration.
The CDC has eased its universal masking recommendations for some health care facilities — unless they’re located in areas of high COVID-19 transmission.
With everyone back to school, more people heading back to the office, and COVID protocols being lifted, it seems like more people, especially kids, are getting sick.
Swallowing batteries is a “rare method of deliberate self-harm” that can cause serious complications.
A panel of medical experts is saying all American adults under the age of 65 should get regular screenings for anxiety, just like high blood pressure and heart disease.
Video consultations connect patients with medical specialists as a way to quickly receive care. This technological protocol isn't the "future of medicine" — it is here right now.
The family of a 5-month-old has been advised to cease the child's treatment due to the extent of her injuries
The U.S. has reached a medical milestone — counting 1 million organ transplants since the first success back in 1954.
Studies showed the Daxxify drug can temporarily improve moderate to severe frown lines in adults for a median duration of about six months, according to the company.
In a remarkable turnaround, a panel of federal health advisers has voted to recommend approval for an experimental drug to treat Lou Gehrig's disease. Patients and their families have rallied behind Amylyx's drug, urging approval.
The mask recall was announced after 14 serious injuries were reported, including pacemaker failure, arrhythmia, seizures, and irregular blood pressure, the FDA said.
The virus that causes polio has been found in wastewater samples from another upstate New York county, prompting state health officials to warn of expanding “community spread” of the life-threatening virus.
The World Trade Center Health Program is short $3B and if Congress doesn't plug that gap, advocates say people sick with 9/11-related illnesses will be at risk of losing their treatments.
According to the CDC, in the year 2020, New Yorkers saw the largest decline in life expectancy in the nation.
At least a dozen U.S. pride events are scheduled over the next two months.
Researchers are seeking thousands of volunteers to test the first potential vaccine against Lyme disease in 20 years. The shot developed by Pfizer and French biotech Valneva aims to block Lyme spread while a tick is biting.
The U.S. has declared a public health emergency to bolster the federal response to the outbreak of monkeypox that already has infected more than 6,600 Americans.
Doctors that specialize in LGBTQ health are asking the feds to cut the red tape that's preventing people from getting the only treatment known to help those suffering with severe cases. TPOXX, an antiviral, has a cumbersome prescription process.