Jimmy Carter's Recovery Highlights Power of New Cancer Treatments

Specialized radiation, immunotherapy drug have removed signs of lesions on former president's brain

Living Together, Marriage Give Equal Boost to Women's Mental Health: Study

But when it comes to first-time commitments, men's well-being hinges on tying the knot, research shows

Many U.S. Primary Care Docs Feel Unprepared for Complex Cases: Survey

For example, fewer than half feel they're prepared to manage dementia patients

Marijuana Chemical Shows Promise for Hard-to-Treat Epilepsy in Kids

Preliminary studies link cannabidiol to seizure reduction, but drug interactions remain a concern

More Former Inmates Getting Medicaid Under Obamacare, Study Finds

Researchers suggest it might lower number of repeat offenders

Researchers Focus on Risk Factors for Leukemia After Breast Cancer Treatment

Family history of cancer, inherited gene mutation seem to raise chances of secondary malignancy

Risky Sexual Behaviors Put Many Young Gay Men at Risk of HIV: Study

Experts say more must be done to curb unsafe sex and get virus-supressing meds to these men

Screen All Kids for Cholesterol, Depression and HIV, Pediatricians' Group Says

American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines reflect concerns about obesity, suicide

Health Highlights: Dec. 6, 2015

  • Jimmy Carter Says Brain Scans Show No Signs of Cancer

  • First Generic Version of Gleevec Approved by FDA

  • Chipotle Announces New Food Safety Measures

  • 'Rabbit Fever' Cases Rise in the U.S.

  • Halt Permanent Changes to Human Genes Until Risks Better Understood: Scientists

How to Have a Healthy Holiday Season

Expert offers tips on ways to avoid catching colds, the flu