"In the United States, the disease in dogs is not cured with the current medical treatment."
Nationally, as of mid-December, at least 106 people had died of the infectious disease.
LONDON (AP) - Tempted to stifle a loud or untimely sneeze? Let it out instead, doctors in England warned Monday based on the very unusual case of a man who ruptured the back of his throat when he tried to suppress a sneeze.
Laura Gitlin gets to quit commuting to Baltimore. An expert on aging and dementia, her wide-ranging previous work has looked at how changes in housing can affect health and at the role of families.
Uttering curses in cyclist and strength test yielded more power than neutral words, a new study has found.
If you want to cut back, or give up drinking for good, cultivating mindfulness might be the key to quitting. It has been for me.
An update on this year's flu season and basic ways that we can try to stay healthy.
A Children's Hospital of Philadelphia study seeks to take the guesswork out of diagnosing and treating head injury.
With this week's thaw, all that salt has to go somewhere. And that somewhere is into local waterways, which, in the Philadelphia area, eventually make their way into the Delaware River as part of its watershed.
How about getting an STD from a toilet seat? Some of the warnings your parents gave you are correct. Others, not so much. Take the quiz below.
The concept of detoxing - the idea of flushing toxins from the body through a special diet or procedure - has been widely dismissed as pseudoscience.
Anyone who says they have found the proven way to lose weight and keep it off is selling snake oil, and counting on repeat customers.
There is a reason why it's called "personal" training. Before picking your trainer, you want to make sure you are comfortable spending an hour-long session together.