Just-published data from a federal health survey give new meaning to "child's pose." More than 8 percent of youngsters, or 4.9 million of them, practiced yoga last year.
Evidence shows the HPV vaccine is safe and prevents cancer-causing genital infections. But that hasn't stopped foes from blaming it for disabling illnesses.
Meghan Markle apparently had no trouble getting pregnant at age 37. Fertility experts warn against the notion that women can delay childbearing without suffering consequences.
First Lady Melania Trump promotes her "Be Best" campaign by kicking off a conference focused on babies born dependent on their mothers' addictive drugs.
Why does PCOS matter? It has a serious health consequences for an estimated 14 million women.
"This is Us" puts a human face on a common but little-known endocrine disorder linked to obesity.
Disgraced ex-abortion doctor Stephen Brigham is still tied to the New Jersey clinics that he was supposed to sell after he lost his medical license. But his ties may finally be fraying.
Unable to find a pharmacy or doctor with a supply of Shingrix, the new shingles vaccine? Be patient. Shipments are on the way, GlaxoSmithKline says.
Punishing mothers struggling with addiction, the judges warned, could deter women from getting prenatal care and drug rehabilitation.
A lack of diversity has always plagued enrollment in cancer clinical trials. Two big reasons: misunderstanding and mistrust.
A Penn-led study suggests that an experimental cancer treatment vaccine, combined with an immune-boosting drug already on the market, can fight head and neck cancer.
Questions about the risks and benefits of breast implants are still unsettled. The FDA plans a public forum to tackle the controversial issue.
At first, police did not see the dead body in the back of a Bucks County man's SUV. The man told police to look again, according to a probable cause affadavit.
Abuse of opioids containing fentanyl is killing Americans, but misinformation and inconsistent advice have confused emergency responders, says a new safety advice from top experts.
The European Commission has followed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in approving a genetically engineered T-cell therapy for certain blood cancers. The European price tag remains to be seen.
This week, the CDC reports some sobering trends in HPV-related cancers - and in the uptake of the vaccine that could prevent future cancers.
Marie McCullough covers health and medicine, with a special focus on cancer and women's health issues.