Long-awaited studies of two possible Ebola vaccines are set to begin in West Africa in a couple of weeks, starting in Liberia.
Pacemaker-like “Maestro System” recently approved by the FDA regulates hunger signals between the stomach and brain.
California public health officials urged those who haven’t been vaccinated against measles to avoid Disney parks.
New study finds sitting at a desk all day and in front of the TV in the evening increases your risk of an early death.
According to the CDC, the flu is widespread in 46 states. Sadly, they report 45 pediatric deaths from the flu.
Measles cases have been popping up around California in an outbreak linked to visits to Disney theme parks during the winter holiday.
Health officials say a new study shows it’s only 23 percent effective.
A federal report says about 75,900 Kansans either signed up or re-enrolled in the Affordable Care Act.
New study finds smart phone users suffer withdrawal symptoms when separated from their devices.
Federal regulators have approved an appetite-suppressing implant designed to treat obesity.
Two thirds of Americans support labeling of genetically modified ingredients on food packages.
A former University of Kansas professor and his wife are donating $1 million to the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Many walk in clinics in western Kansas are only open a few days a week or are open limited hours.
The Massachusetts doctor who beat the Ebola virus he contracted while working in Liberia is returning to West Africa.
Wearable fitness trackers and health monitors are becoming more commonplace and diverse, but just what do you do with all of that data?