The Food and Drug Administration approved the drug for adults with acute myeloid leukemia, or AML, who have a genetic mutation called FLT3.
President Trump’s proposed cuts to EPA funding could increase risk of children being exposed to environmental hazards.
A graphic scene has triggered criticism that it romanticizes suicide and prompted many schools across the country to send warning letters.
The 92-year-old Bush had been admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on April 14 for treatment of a persistent cough.
The decision Friday upholds a federal judge’s ruling in February that said the proposed $48 billion acquisition would reduce competition.
Consumers hoping to consistently find out how many calories are in that burger and fries may have to wait again.
One university has installed a new vending machine offering students easy access to contraceptives and pregnancy tests.
Brigham and Women’s hospital is looking at possible layoffs due to rising expenses.
Conservatives who once opposed the bill are now supporting an effort to allow states to strip coverage of pre-existing conditions.
If you’re a woman who lives near a wooded area, a new study indicates that you may live longer.
Researchers have taken an important step toward better lung cancer treatment by using blood tests to track genetic changes in tumors.
A new public awareness campaign launched Wednesday seeks to spread the word that age doesn’t matter in organ donations.
You probably don’t put a lot of thought when you hit the brakes in your car, but one group says what they found was worrisome.
Researchers are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies.
Every seat was taken Tuesday night in Westfield City Hall, where the MassDEP outlined plans to test private wells.
A flag was raised in front of the Westfield City Hall on Tuesday to commemorate those who have given the gift of life through donation.
Not many people can claim to feel great after running almost 85 miles in just 24 hours, but Henry Ward has done just that.
Organ donors plan to gather Wednesday at the State House in Boston to launch a new campaign.
The fungus has spread to more than a dozen countries around the globe. The oldest of the 66 cases reported in the U.S. dates back to 2013.
Only half of U.S. treatment centers accept teenagers and even fewer offer teen-focused groups or programs.