In an effort to prepare for an avian flu epidemic, the FDA announced it has cleared a new, more rapid test for avian influenza A virus.
A total of six studies conducted during the past year have shown evidence of the beneficial impact of apple consumption on risk of breast cancer.
As economic uncertainty continues and government spending skyrockets, some experts have offered advice on how best to prepare for what they see as an inevitable rise in inflation.
Bacterium known as Helicobacter Pylori is a major cause of stomach ulcers which may cause stomach cancer, but new research has found compounds in broccoli sprouts may act to kill the germ.
Doctors increasingly believe that children can benefit from safe and effective complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies.
The National Center for Public Policy Research has accused U.S. lawmakers of holding one-sided hearings on the consequences of the California drought.
As the deadline for filing income tax returns approaches, an organization dedicated to promoting a fairer tax system has said the present tax law confuses taxpayers and damages the economy.
In 2006, Americans were exposed to more than seven times as much ionizing radiation from medical procedures, such as CT scans, as was the case in the early 1980s, according to a new report.
The funding status of an average U.S. corporate pension plan improved by 6.4 percentage points in March, according to new statistics.
A combination of vitamins may be useful for the prevention of hydrocephalus, a new study has found.