Hepatitis C kills far more Americans than any other infectious disease.
Cases of the potentially deadly liver disease have nearly doubled as outbreaks spread nationwide.
"If I’m going to be arrested for something, let it be for feeding the homeless," said Matthew Schneck, one of the volunteers cited in El Cajon, outside San Diego.
Cases have jumped 28 percent this year, and there's a "constrained supply" of vaccine.
Employers must define "family" in a way that allows trans and gender non-conforming communities to tend to their loved ones without incurring tremendous financial burden.
One of the biggest tragedies for African-American fathers is the lack of faith in our parenting abilities, but here’s a refreshing
Douglas T. Dieterich, MD Director, Institute of Liver Medicine Professor of Medicine, Division of Liver Disease Icahn School
Documents examined by Kaiser Health News shed light on the workings of the Trump administration's “Drug Pricing and Innovation Working Group."
By Carl Grant Living with a chronic illness means you get used to having good days and bad days. But for Pennsylvanians like
WHO wants to reserve some antibiotics as "last resort" drugs.
An advisory committee is understood to have decided that the current deferral period, in which men cannot give blood within