Teens were 52 times more likely to test positive for cocaine use than report using it, study found.
Experts are optimistic that a 20-year downward trend in teen pregnancies can be continued with consistent legislative and parental support.
AIDS experts are optimistic that drastic reductions in the transmission rate can be achieved in just the next several years.
Smoking's grip on Americans continues to alarm health experts, who had hoped the battle to "kick butts" was closer to victory.
Mothers-to-be who spend too much or too little time catching zzzz's early in pregnancy may develop high blood pressure.
People with severed limbs, spinal cord injuries and other traumatic wounds may someday be able to regrow lost nerves and tissue with the help of sodium.