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Children are growing up in a warmer world that will hit them with more and different health problems than their parents experienced, doctors say.
Deaths resulting from infections with drug-resistant "superbugs" appear to be falling in the U.S., though infections continue to rise, according to the CDC.
After controversial guidelines were introduced, cholesterol levels are inching down and more Americans are taking much-needed statin drugs.
New advice from pediatric experts says there isn't enough solid research to answer some of the most burning questions about kids, sports and concussions.
Declaring that President Trump's rationale for his antiabortion "conscience" rule had no basis in fact, a judge throws it out.
Doctors are reporting success in a penis transplant for a veteran injured by an IED. The man received a new penis, scrotum and lower abdominal wall.