Thousands of years ago, there was a ceremony to bind close friends together as sworn siblings. Could the practice be ...
"What's Health Got to Do with It?" is a talk program from WJCT in Jacksonville that examines the intersection of health care ...
A drug taken by millions of people to control diabetes may do more than lower blood sugar. Research suggests metforminhas ...
Bread — and the lack thereof — plays a role in many corners of the world facing a crisis, from Israel and Gaza to Ukraine to Afghanistan to Sudan.
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with Clyde Francks, a geneticist in the Netherlands, about the latest research into what makes people left or right-handed.
A new study finds a neighborhood's front yards may be the window to its soul: Welcoming or whimsical features such as benches ...
Public health authorities are investigating reports of counterfeit injections sickening 19 people across nine states. Experts ...
Gun violence, including homicides, suicides and unintentional injuries, is the leading cause of death among American children ...
A lawsuit over people being dropped from Medicaid after the public health emergency will begin May 3, according to an order ...
A new study finds that in news stories about scientific research, U.S. media were less likely to mention a scientist if they ...
The Biden administration has launched a new effort to improve the ability of the U.S. to prevent, detect and respond to ...
The 12-floor, 565,000-square-foot building, adjacent to the hospital's Davis Islands campus, will be named for the Taneja ...