Doctors said that the man who caused an health scare would still require as much as two years of treatment.
Critics say a law designed to keep medical information confidential is being overzealously applied.
Big dreams are once again on the minds of psychologists as part of a larger trend toward studying dreams as meaningful representations of our concerns and emotions.
Troublingly little is known about the possibility of getting a viral infection like hepatitis B, hepatitis C or H.I.V. from a health care worker.
It is a testament to the strength of Helen Epstein’s new book that the one scientific goof she makes actually matters relatively little.
Elizabeth H. Blackburn studies aging and biochemical changes in cells that are related to the diseases of old age and may have a shot at the Nobel Prize in Medicine.
The Zika virus, which is spread by mosquitoes and produces an itchy rash, pinkeye, joint pain and fever, has made its first appearance in Micronesia.
Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States, but many strokes that could be successfully treated are not.
Some parents of children with Down syndrome want prospective parents to know the positive side of raising a child with the genetic condition.
Keith McDonald underwent hip resurfacing surgery, a newer alternative to total hip replacement.