"I would say that she was for safe vaccines and for medical freedom," Kennedy told The Daily Beast. "My body, my choice."
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Using sunscreen makes sense, but data on just how effective it is, in what forms, and for which people, is more sparse than we've been led to believe.
To stop malaria, Flaminia Catteruccia wants to medicate — not annihilate — the world's mosquitoes.
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In times of medical crisis, the ways that doctors and nurses communicate with frightened parents can have lifelong effects on infants.
For these three men, their challenges aren’t just physical. Chronic pain is a mental health issue, too.
New experimental results simultaneously advance and challenge the theory that the brain's network of neurons balances on the knife-edge between two phases.
Two-year-old Maxwell Freed has a rare genetic disorder. His mother needs $1 million to save him.
We asked an expert to discuss the merits — and drawbacks — of repeatedly hitting the snooze button.
While many customers assume that these meatless burgers are healthier, the nutritional info tells a different story.
Getaway in Brooklyn was comfortably full for a Saturday night, when I came in to try my first "shrub" — an acidic beverage made from vinegar, fruit, sugar, club soda and zero alcohol.
Meet the obscure group behind the fight over cancer warnings on coffee.
The Heidi Group's quick rise and fall is a cautionary tale of what happens when government prioritizes politics over health care.
Foundering social trust, collapsing heartland communities, an opioid epidemic and rising numbers of "deaths of despair" suggest a profound, collective discontent.
As the US moves toward a patchwork collection of conflicting stances and state policies regulating abortion, some advocates see a path for telemedicine to provide relief to patients.
After their 7-month-old son James died in hospice nearly three years ago, the Cavatores face hundreds of thousands in medical bills — despite having insurance.
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"If this seems confusing that's because it is."
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