Johnson & Johnson’s immune disorder drug Stelara significantly reduced symptoms of Crohn’s disease.
To many in New York City, the rats are winning. The city’s complaint hotline is on pace for a record year of rat calls.
Kansas will face a higher target than many other states as it tries to reduce carbon emissions under new federal clean air rules.
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Kansas provided resources for expecting moms in the area.
Kansas health officials say nine lakes in the state are under warnings because of toxic algae blooms.
After a consulting firm weighed out the feasibility of the future of Wellington’s hospital, Sumner Regional Medical Center, will stay open.
The World Health Organization says it’s possible in rare instances for patients who survived Ebola to develop the disease again.
Shielding children for life could actually do more harm than good.
A new study has revealed that people who take their coffee black are more likely to have sadistic and psychopathic tendencies.
Dole Fresh Vegetables is voluntarily recalling cases of bagged salad from several states.
The Navy currently awards married fathers up to 10 days of paid leave upon the birth of a child.
Commissioner Richard Ranzau sent a letter to the KDHE asking them to consider making illegal immigrants ineligible for WIC.
Planned Parenthood says it will maintain programs at some of its clinics that make fetal tissue available for research.
A Rhode Island man who weighs nearly 800 pounds says he’s determined to slim down.
A new type of heart stent that works like dissolving stitches passed its first major test in a large study.