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53 min ago Picky Eating May Point to Psychiatric Issues, Study Finds
That untouched plate and look of disgust on your child's face at mealtime might be a sign of much bigger issues.









Aug 1 Doctor Sexually Assaulted Patients, Took Naked Photos
Jeffrey Joel Abrams, 68, pleaded guilty to 12 counts and could could face probation to more than 25 years in prison when he is sentenced in September.









Aug 1 Girl, 13, learns to 'just breathe' after sudden OCD
Thirteen-year old Megan remembers when all she could think about was washing her hands.









Jul 31 Girl, 13, Learns to 'Just Breathe' After Sudden OCD
Thirteen-year old Megan remembers when all she could think about was washing her hands.









Jul 31 Legionnaires' Disease Could Be Linked to Climate Change
The number of cases of the disease is on the rise in the United States, and researchers say the increase could be partly a result of climate change.









Jul 31 Game-Changing Ebola Vaccine Could Stop Virus
An experimental vaccine tested on thousands of people in Guinea exposed to Ebola seems to work, according to early study results.









Jul 31 Lawsuit Accuses CVS of Overcharging for Generic Drugs
CVS deliberately overcharged some pharmacy customers for generic drugs by submitting claims to their insurance companies at inflated prices, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court.









Jul 30 Now Is the Time to Get Kids on a School Sleep Schedule
Experts say it takes a while to get children accustomed to the school sleep routine, so now is the time to start. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.









Jul 30 2 Killed, Dozens Sickened by Legionnaires' Outbreak
Thirty-one cases have been reported in south Bronx neighborhoods since July 10, the Health Department said. Two of the people died.









Jul 29 Beat the Heat: How to Stay Safe as Temps Sizzle
Here are some tips to keep your cool and stay safe in the broiling temperatures and stifling humidity affecting millions of Americans this week.









Jul 28 Boy Gets Double Hand Transplant in Surgical First
Zion Harvey, 8, lost his hands to a bacterial infection when he was a toddler.









Jul 28 South Korea Declares Itself Out of MERS Danger
Twelve people remain hospitalized in South Korea for MERS although only one is still testing positive for the MERS virus, the Health Ministry says.









Jul 27 Cool Factor: Teens Report Positive Feedback to E-Cigs
About 40 percent of teen users of e-cigarettes have never used tobacco, a new report finds. And 91 percent report getting positive feedback about them.









Jul 25 FDA Approves New Cholesterol Drugs
New injected drugs show promise in helping lower cholesterol in patients when statins aren't an option. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.









Jul 24 FDA Approves Pricey New Cholesterol Drug
The FDA approved a new type of cholesterol drug Thursday, aimed at people who cannot get their cholesterol down with statins.









Jul 24 Europe Approves World's First Malaria Vaccine
European regulators approved the first-ever malaria vaccine on Thursday even though it doesn't work very well.









Jul 24 Life Sentence Urged in Peanut Salmonella Case
Federal court officers have recommended a life sentence for a peanut company executive convicted or selling salmonella tainted food.









Jul 24 FDA Takes on Sugar in Food Labels
Food labels should contain more detail about how much sugar is in a product, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Friday.









Jul 24 Health Insurer Anthem to Buy Rival Cigna in $54B Deal
Anthem is buying rival Cigna in a deal valued at $54.2 billion that will create the nation's largest health insurer by enrollment.









Jul 24 Expensive Cancer Drugs Force Choice: Save Life or Home?
Seven years into his battle with cancer, Stuart Chapin is faced with a stark choice: saving his house or his life.









Jul 23 How Can Cancer Drugs Be Made Affordable?
Cancer drugs cost way too much and it's time to take steps to bring the price down, 118 of the country's top cancer experts said Thursday.









Jul 23 A Better Treatment for Alzheimer's: Exercise
Exercise can prevent Alzheimer's disease, and now research shows it works as a great therapy, as well.









Jul 23 Life or Home? Expensive Cancer Drugs Force Patients to Choose
Seven years into his battle with cancer, Stuart Chapin is faced with a stark choice: saving his house or his life.









Jul 23 How Can Cancer Drugs Be Made Affordable? Experts Weigh In
Cancer drugs cost way too much and it's time to take steps to bring the price down, 118 of the country's top cancer experts said Thursday.









Jul 23 Some Public Hospitals Win, Others Lose With Obamacare
A year and a half after the Affordable Care Act brought widespread reforms to the U.S. healthcare system, Chicago's Cook County Health & Hospitals









Jul 23 Killer Amoeba Returns to New Orleans Area Tap Water
A deadly waterborne amoeba that can get into the brain and kill has been found again in tap water in the New Orleans area, state health officials say.









Jul 22 Rise in Autism May Be Due to Semantics, Study Finds
A new study suggests the idea that more kids are being diagnosed with autism because they're simply being classified and diagnosed differently.









Jul 22 Rise in Autism May be Down to Semantics, Study Finds
A new study suggests the idea that more kids are being diagnosed with autism because they're simply being classified and diagnosed differently.









Jul 22 Drug Helps One of Worst Alzheimer's Symptoms - Agitation
A drug that combines a cough suppressant with a medication to fight heart arrhythmias might offer some peace for one of the most troubling symptoms of









Jul 22 These New Alzheimer's Drugs Offer 'Exciting Possibilities'
A batch of new drugs that clear the gunk out of the brains of Alzheimer's patients are the best hope yet that it might be possible to slow the disease