The warning has been lifted for one lake in Kansas.
Wearing skinny jeans and other restrictive, tight clothing might seem like the more fashion-friendly choice, but it may come with a hefty price tag - for your health.
While efforts to curb OxyContin abuse seem to be succeeding, doctors are worried that addicts may be driven to use more dangerous opioids, including heroin.
Doctors say the inappropriate use of steroids worsened many cases. No new cases of the condition have been confirmed since last Saturday.
A lead-based paint remediation program is now in operation in Shawnee County. Fiesta fans can take a few minutes to learn about it, during this week's events.
74 cases have been identified, Cambodia's Ministry of Health says. Children suffered swelling in their brains and died because lungs failed
The sad deaths of three Kansas children due to drowning this holiday week, demonstrate the need for greater supervision during summer swimming season.
Parents may feel like they're always getting sick from a bug their child picked up at school, but a new study has found the opposite. Research from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh finds that being a parent may actually boosts a person's protection against the common cold.
Cancer is emerging as a global concern in Africa. The continent has an acute shortage of experts such as oncologists. It also lacks infrastructure and data to combat the disease.
The first ever over-the-counter rapid HIV test, which goes by the name OraQuick, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
If you are not grappling with cancer-related pain, you probably should not be taking prescription methadone.
The first ever over-the-counter rapid HIV test has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Owning a cat might increase a woman's risk for attempting suicide, new research suggests.
Kansas City authorities are probing 3 deaths that may be heat-related. One-third of the U.S. population was under some kind of heat warning Friday. The scorching conditions are expected to stretch into next week in some places.