A long-standing piece of medical advice does not hold up under scrutiny, Penn researchers say.
The Swann Fountain Insect Survey is an urban entomology project that uses the insects gathered from the water in Philadelphia's famous fountain to study the city's environment.
"This experience changed our thinking about how to approach other amputees," said Dr. Jonathan Wood.
Many Americans who currently have insurance may not be able to get the care they need when they get sick, and they may not even know it.
More than 25 patients and families, from Pennsylvania to California, have sued Tokyo-based Olympus Corp. alleging wrongful death, negligence, or fraud. Federal prosecutors also are investigating Olympus and two smaller manufacturers over their potential roles in patient infections.
Gregory Auriemma, a New Jersey hiker, was found dead last week in the White Mountains.
The dramatic vote came as President Trump and Republicans were desperate to show progress on a central promise to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. "After 7 years of talking," Trump wrote on Twitter, "we will soon see whether or not Republicans are willing to step up to the plate!"
Comparing calories in and calories out can work, but not when the equivalent to those Boardwalk fries is 14 hours of brisk walking.
The blaze raced through New Jersey's Wharton State Forest late last week and continued through the weekend, according to state officials.
If flavored milk is taken away in school, most kids will adjust to drinking plain milk, a recent study found.
If the same resolution is resurrected and repeated year after year, this tells us one thing: Our intentions are persistent, but we aren’t so great at executing. Follow this guide to cultivate healthy habits that last a lifetime.
If you keep it up all month, you'll have added 29 small steps that together can mean big changes for your heart.
Wayne Atkins thought little of the blisters he had gotten while hiking. But then he started feeling ill.
A South African girl born with the AIDS virus has kept her infection suppressed for more than eight years after stopping anti-HIV medicines - more evidence that early treatment can occasionally cause a long remission that, if it lasts, would be a form of cure.
The Senate Republicans' drive to pass a sweeping rewrite of health-care laws took an unexpected turn when Sen. John McCain's office announced he would return to Washington for a planned vote.