The chances of developing one of these blood clots are about 1 in a million, based on the six reports out of 6.8 million doses given.
There’s a growing push to focus on our brain differences, not deficits. This wider view of "normal" is a big part of something called neurodiversity.
The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists has said the in-person requirement is medically unnecessary and puts patients and medical staff at risk during the pandemic.
Two people have been hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported.
Along with affecting cats who eat it, salmonella-contaminated cat food can cause illness in people who handle the product, or touch surfaces or cats that have been in contact with the product.
In its statement, Regeneron said it would ask the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to expand the drug's emergency authorization use -- for high-risk people who already have COVID-19 but are not hospitalized
A new study offers more reassurance that mothers infected with SARS-CoV-2 can safely breastfeed their babies.
A new dietary analysis finds that no matter where people get their food, bad nutrition rules the day, with one key exception: schools.
FDA said 6.8 million doses of the J&J vaccine have been administered and the agency is investigating six reported cases of a rare and severe blood clot occurring in patients who received the vaccine.
Universities have agreed to pay more than $1.6 billion to victims of sexual abuse at the hands of doctors and coaches. It's a problem that needs answers, experts say.
Certain blood pressure drugs can increase sensitivity to the sun's harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays.
If you have OCD tendencies, you may want to try meditation. Learn more about how this holistic therapy works to curb compulsions and obsessive thoughts.
Is your spouse depressed? If your loved one withdraws from activities or sex, spends more time alone, or drinks more alcohol than they once did, they may have depression. Find out what to do if your partner refuses to get therapy and get tips to protect your own mental health.
There’s no cure for dementia-related psychosis. But there are steps you can take to help you and your loved one live with the disease and its symptoms.
Caregivers for people with dementia-related psychosis can play a big role in a loved one’s care plan and can help provide a better quality of life for as long as possible.
Seeing signs of psychosis in a person with dementia may be harder than it seems. The first step: Asking questions of everyone involved.
Psychotic episodes -- like hallucinations or delusions -- related to dementia can be scary for all involved. But there are ways to diagnose and treat the condition.
If someone you love has PTSD, you’re living with it too. Learn how you can help them and yourself.
Feeling lonely these days -- maybe more than normal? Take these steps to help you get through it.
New research suggests the sun's UV rays might somehow provide some protection against the disease.