Doctors reported a case of a man who developed a cough due to a large mass in his chest.
The World Health Organization will adopt a new name for monkeypox, as the original name is inaccurate and stigmatizing.
In healthy children and adults, RSV typically causes mild, cold-like symptoms, but it can cause more serious disease in infants, young kids and older people.
An experimental gene therapy restored the night vision of two people with leber congenital amaurosis.
A highly pathogenic strain of bird flu has limited the nation's supply of large turkeys ahead of Thanksgiving.
Teplizumab-mzwv is the first drug ever approved to prevent type 1 diabetes in those who are destined to develop the disease.
U.S. poison control centers have received more reports about pediatric benzonatate ingestion in recent years.
A tiny device replicates the interface between uterine tissue and the cells of the placenta in early pregnancy.
Cows fed hemp, which is not yet an approved animal feed, behaved strangely and produced milk with THC.
Scientists identified specific spinal nerve cells that people likely need to regain the ability to walk after paralyzing injuries.
A surge of viral infections in the U.S. might be contributing to an ongoing amoxicillin shortage, even though antibiotics don't kill viruses.
A study reveals that the fall time change is linked to a spike in deer-vehicle collisions in the U.S.