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Rita Anya Nara, author of The Anxious Traveler said Monday that it is a common reaction for crash survivors to have trouble getting back on a train.
For the month of December the Long Island Association for AIDS Care, along with other health care organizations, will offer free confidential AIDS and HIV testing.
The University of New Haven is developing a new process for identifying mold, bacteria and other contaminants in marijuana by using DNA profiling and analysis.
Many of us have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, and that includes a California woman who will be able to celebrate the holiday after receiving the gift of life twice.
A device that can detect — and prevent — seizures has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, giving hope to some epileptics who have being too scared to leave their homes.
It was to be the gift of life from a loving wife to her husband — a kidney transplant that would give the father of three new health.
A female graduate student developed meningitis symptoms on Wednesday and was hospitalized on Thursday.
A story of two miracles, two decades in the making, began with the birth of conjoined twin sisters who were later separated by surgery.
It has been suggested that a simple over-the-counter-test could save lives by predicting a user’s “future health”, but some say that the test could do more harm than good.
A Long Island man was hospitalized in September with dengue virus, believed to be contracted locally, Suffolk County health officials said Wednesday.
The botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act has sunk Barack Obama’s approval rating to the the lowest point of his presidency, a CBS News poll shows.
Last week, the nation’s top heart organizations released new guidelines about who should receive the drugs and a new online calculator.
Since March there have been a total of seven confirmed cases on the New Jersey campus, the most recent last week.
Imagine waking up to pain that is so debilitating that it prevents you from walking. It’s happening to a growing number of people and often goes undiagnosed.