The emergencies chief for the World Health Organization says he expects Congo's Ebola outbreak will last at least another six months, and says informal health facilities have become "major drivers" of the current, deadly transmission
Food companies have been ordered to remove six "artificial flavors" from their products
Attorneys for Kentucky's governor and the state's only abortion clinic prepared to open their latest legal fight Tuesday, this time over a lawsuit challenging a state law that abortion-rights advocates say would ban a second-trimester procedure.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore, and its School of Medicine is accused of ignoring complaints of sexual harassment
Clergy members have become spiritual first responders in the opioid crisis, often leaving the pulpit to minister on the streets
German authorities say a male nurse is suspected of killing six elderly patients, and attempting to kill at least three more over a period of almost a year
Petco bans artificial ingredients as demand for natural pet food grows
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VP Pence's wife announced a $54,000 grant to a teacher at a Japanese university for the study of art therapy, the profession Pence has chosen as her cause under the Trump administration
China says it is suspending rule changes allowing the trading in tiger and rhinoceros parts, following an outcry from environmental groups
NHL, retired players reach $19 million concussions settlement
New U.S. guidelines on exercise: Get kids active as young as 3 to avoid health problems later in life
The Latest on a tentative settlement in retired players' concussion lawsuit against the NHL
A new report says more women in the poorest countries are using contraception, signifying progress in efforts to make women involved in family planning.