The latest news on patient safety
Controversy over the drug is swirling again. What should you do if you’re taking it?
Circumcision's health benefits are getting new scrutiny.
Kitchen spoons and plastic cups are not the most accurate way to give kids their medicine.
On balance, they do more harm than good, a government task force concludes in new recommendations.
Young adults and children are most likely to die from H1N1 flu.
A doctor's advice to a patient worried because her father developed Guillain-Barré syndrome.
While parents want to protect their children, exposing them to illness is not a prudent practice.