Chester A. Arthur's diagnosis, back in the late 19th century, was determined by means familiar to modern doctors.
If you experience two or more instances of wakeful urination a night, you may have a condition known as nocturia.
Transgender people, their doctors, and advocates worry that Trump administration and GOP policies will mean a loss of care and options.
Why do some people feel better when they don't get enough sleep?
The Power of the Patient Project's executive director shares advice to help patients become more proactive in advocating for their own health needs.
Unexplained weight loss. Irregular bowel movements. Would I turn out to be one of the growing number of young-ish colon cancer patients?
Preschoolers performed with greater accuracy when given a test after a nap, found a recent study.
The study looked at older men, but its author thinks some younger men may still be at risk.
The average American life expectancy grew overall from 2000 to 2015, but that the astounding rise in opioid-related deaths shaved 2.5 months off this improvement.
That fact is deeply upsetting, but the opioid crisis won't end until we acknowledge it and change our ways.
"If you believe repealing and replacing Obamacare is a good idea," said GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham, the bill's cosponsor, "this is your best and only chance to make it happen, because everything else has failed."
Chantell Evans is one of 15 young scientists getting the awards, which are aimed at boosting the numbers of women and minorities in faculty positions.
A suicide prevention effort that began with middle schoolers have now spread to college students.
I have a bone to pick with doctors: Too many are giving poor advice when it comes to exercise.