This week marks National Women's Health Week a time when women are encouraged to get screened for a number of illnesses.
A federal judge is refusing to suspend his ruling giving women of all ages broad access to morning-after birth control.
More time in front of the stove may be the secret to staying fit, according to Michael Pollen, author of the new book, "Cooked."
For the first time, Americans are seeing just how much hospital stays can differ depending on where they live.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administrator is calling for tighter regulations on indoor tanning beds.
Making sure hospital patients like Jorge Rico get the right medicine is critical.
The number of middle-aged Americans who have committed suicide has risen sharply in the past decade.
Federal health officials say suicides among those 35 to 64 years old have risen nearly 30 percent since 1999.
More Americans now commit suicide than are killed in car accidents.