Mammograms For Breast Cancer Should Start At 40, New Guidelines Say

Every year, breast cancer is diagnosed in hundreds of thousands of people in the United

F.D.A. Advisers Weigh Allowing First U.S. Over-the-Counter Birth Control Pill

It was like a tale of two birth control pills. At a hearing Tuesday to

New Mammogram Advice: What to Know

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, a panel of experts that issues guidelines about preventive

My Daughter Told Me She Wanted To Die. To Save Her Life, I Gave Her Permission To End It.

My daughter, who is now a 28-year-old therapist leading a happy and productive life, almost

Too Many Older Men Are Still Screened for Prostate Cancer

Last summer, Joe Loree made an appointment to see his urologist. He’d occasionally noticed blood

I Have Multiple Distinct Dissociative Identities — And It’s Nothing Like What You’ve Seen On TV

Choose any one of the horrible depictions of dissociative identity disorder in film or on

Unwanted Epidurals, Untreated Pain: Black Women Tell Their Birth Stories

New mothers who are Black are significantly more likely to be tested for drugs than

Mother Speaks Out After College Senior Dies Of Brain Tumor Found On Spring Break

Following a University of Georgia student’s death from a brain tumor found during a spring

Alabama Discriminated Against Black Residents Over Sewage, Justice Dept. Says

The Justice Department said it had reached an interim agreement with the health departments of

WHO Says COVID-19 Is No Longer A Global Emergency

GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization said Friday that COVID-19 no longer qualifies as