This weekend marks the unofficial start of summer, the perfect time for a refresher on pool safety.
More than 3 million spill-proof cups for children between 4 and 12 months old are being recalled by Mayborn USA.
Federal health officials on Thursday approved an innovative new option for Americans struggling with addiction to heroin.
Consumer Reports is out with its list of the most effective insect repellents, which could help keep you safe.
A protest against genetically-modified foods was held in Wichita Saturday, part of a world-wide event.
The number of pregnant women in the United States infected with Zika virus is suddenly tripling.
The calorie listing will now be much larger than the rest of the type on the label.
So far, eight people have been sickened, and two have died.
Some residents are saying the governor’s cuts to the state’s Medicaid program are going to have a negative impact.
Melanoma cases have doubled in recent decades, but the FDA has delayed approvals of eight new potentially life-saving sunscreen ingredients.
Researchers say the drug Keytruda has been able to extend the lives of patients with advanced melanoma.
Worldwide, there have been faces, tongues, hands, legs, uteruses — and now the third penis transplant.
After a three-month delay, the Senate is acting on President Barack Obama’s request for money to combat the Zika virus.
The court is asking lower courts to take another look at the issue in a search for a compromise
Oklahoma is now moving toward a plan to expand its Medicaid program to bring in billions from Obama’s new health care system.
A 64-year-old cancer patient has received the first penis transplant in the U.S. and is recovering well.
Mental health advocates are raising concerns about a bill passed by Kansas lawmakers that would require doctors to try cheaper drugs first.
Residents of a north Wichita neighborhood are concerned about the maintenance of land in the area of 19th Street and North Hydraulic.
Fitness trackers help people stay in shape, but how accurate are the numbers you’re getting?
About 88,200 gallons of oil have leaked from a Shell flow line into the Gulf of Mexico about 90 miles off the coast of Louisiana.