he World Health Organization on Thursday declared an end to the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa.
Although putting the two together might not seem like the best idea, it may not actually be a bad one.
Perrigo Company said Monday it’s recalling two flavors of its children’s liquid cough medicine because of a potential overdose risk.
Determined to get rid of those holiday pounds? Focus on healthy eating not exercise.
When to start routine mammograms and how frequently to get them has long been controversial.
Medicare is expanding a major experiment that strives to keep seniors healthier by coordinating basic medical care.
The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donations to prevent a shortage this winter.
A new study finds that even though fewer U.S. teens are smoking, secondhand smoke remains a big problem for them.
In a follow up to a KSN Investigation, KSN News takes a look at concerns over EMS services in rural areas of Sumner County.
Ordering pizza could be damaging to your health, but not for the reasons you may think.
Newly updated federal dietary guidelines encourage Americans to eat less sugar, sodium and processed foods.
Wichita fire, EMS, and law officers competed in this year’s Battle of the Badges.
Dunia Sibomana was severely disfigured when a group of chimpanzees jumped from the trees and attacked him.
The House is poised to send a bill to President Barack Obama’s desk repealing his signature health care law.
Mesh implants used to repair pelvic collapse in women will face new federal scrutiny.