Sleep doesn’t always come easily to some, and for some it’s severe enough to be classified as insomnia.
The policy change, for the virulent drug-resistant germ Candida auris, came as the C.D.C. reported that more people are dying of drug-resistant infections than it previously estimated.
Nurses will hold a 12-hour strike on 18 December, with more action planned before the new year.
The findings of a new study suggest that men think twice about asking for testosterone treatments to battle normal symptoms of ageing.
The Broadway production of “A Christmas Carol,” following the lead from London, answers a strong yes. Other theaters may follow suit.
Tests can now measure dietary intake accurately, which has long been a challenge for dietitians, physicians and researchers who used to rely on people to record their food intake themselves.
The party says it would tax the “wealthiest” to cut hospital waiting times if it wins the election.
When newly delivered babies come into contact with electrodes on their mothers’ skin after C-section surgery, it may cause false alarms.
You know you do it: texting and walking at the same time. It’s not safe, obviously. Here’s how to take control of your tech use.
E-mountain bikes may enable newcomers to gain fitness on daunting hills or snowy trails.
Black South African women are the least likely segment of the population to have breast cancer but the most likely to die from it.
Why’s that chilli got you running for a glass of milk?
Johnson & Johnson’s Remicade, a blockbuster drug that treats autoimmune disorders, has steadily lost market share among patients enrolled in the Canadian province of Quebec’s public drug program, even after a court ruling reinstated full coverage in January, a Reuters analysis of government data shows.
Medication can help manage the condition, but why not start with your diet?