Tim Slaten never lost hope that his mother's killer would be caught. But the last person he suspected of committing the crime was his youth football coach.
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Doctors shared details Thursday about what happened to the brain of one diplomat who may be a victim of the so-called sonic attacks that have impacted dozens of people in Cuba and China.
A trip to the theater, museum or art gallery could help you live longer. And the more often you get that culture fix the better, a new study suggests.
Two new drugs for advanced HER2-positive breast cancer were tested in separate studies, and scientists say they've made progress in the development of new treatment options.
The cost of treatment for infants in US hospitals who had been exposed to opioids rose by more than $250 million over four years, according to a study published Monday.
A woman who ran a "birth tourism" operation was released from jail Monday after a federal judge gave her the lightest sentence possible. Now she faces deportation.
A man who left a couple dead in pools of blood in their Boston penthouse heard his punishment Friday by video conference, preemptively banished from the courtroom after his earlier outbursts in the stunning double-murder case.
"Magic mushrooms" may have moved one step closer to becoming a treatment for depression.
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern underwent emergency surgery Thursday after a sudden brain hemorrhage, the professional basketball league said in a statement.
'Tis the season of holiday parties, powered by fatty, salty hors d'oeuvres with plenty of booze to wash them down.
The US Senate on Thursday confirmed Dr. Stephen Hahn to be the next commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration. The Senate vote was 72 to 18.
Children's Medical Center Dallas last week relocated 28 patients after routine air tests showed higher-than-normal levels of Aspergillus and Penicillium molds, according to Virginia Hock, a Children's Health spokesperson.
Listen closely: Can you hear that noisy static in your brain?
As Veronica Wilhelm lay sedated in a dental chair, her dentist was being filmed riding a hoverboard while he extracted her tooth.
The man accused of killing two doctors in their Boston penthouse told police he was having an affair with one and killed the other in self-defense, according to a recording played at his trial Thursday.
Elon Musk's rocket company, SpaceX, launched a spacecraft loaded with 5,700 pounds of supplies — including a group of genetically enhanced 'mighty mice' — to the International Space Station on Thursday.
Scientists say they have made a breakthrough on developing a contraceptive pill that only needs to be taken once a month.
To prevent heart problems later in life, people 45 and younger with higher levels of bad cholesterol might want to change their eating and exercise habits, or even talk to their doctor about medications such as statins, a new study says.
Seattle Children's Hospital knew for years that a mold infestation in its facilities could be related to its air-handling system, but "engaged in a cover-up" that sickened many patients and resulted in the deaths of six children, according to a class-action lawsuit filed Monday.
Women are at risk of giving birth early due to warmer temperatures brought on by the climate crisis, a new study finds.
A Friday night at the movies ended abruptly when urine samples labeled "highly contagious" were delivered to the wrong address.
A wild snow leopard found injured and unable to see has had its vision restored after Chinese veterinarians removed a cataract in what they say is a world-first surgical procedure.
A 46-year-old construction worker in China suffering from seizures turned out to have tapeworms in his brain -- suspected to be the result of eating undercooked meat.
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert on Tuesday proposed a rule banning conversion therapy for minors in the state.