A study by the American College of Sports Medicine ranks the Bay Area as the fourth healthiest region in the United States.
Tenofovir, used to treat patients with HIV, reduced infection rates among drug users in a new study.
A study found men who ate more vegetables and olive oil after a prostate cancer diagnosis saw better survival rates.
A new UC Berkeley study found that stuff you’re smearing on your lips could be toxic to your health.
Clinical trials of an vaccine designed to halt the virus that leads to AIDS were halted after discovering it did not stop infection.
Work by UCSF researchers found laser light aimed at part of the brain can zap away cocaine addiction in rats.
It isn’t every day you can make crude sex jokes about philanthropy, but today is one of them.
Data from French doctors suggest shaving or waxing your, um, private area can be hazardous to your health.
A class that rewards high schoolers with condoms will reduce STDs and unwanted pregnancies, advocates say.
Since 1976, rates for breast cancer in women 25 to 39 years old increased from 1.53 to 2.90 per 100,000 in 2009.
After years of research and approval in Europe, the first bionic eye has finally seen the light of day in the United States.
A new study shows women smokers are at a greater risk than at any time in recent decades from lung cancer and other ailments.
John Mackey is no longer saying the Affordable Care Act is tantamount to “socialism.” Now, it’s “fascism.”
The flu is serious this season, with officials suggesting everyone get vaccinated in the wake of five deaths statewide.
For anyone that rolls their eyes every time the flu is mentioned on the news, you should really start taking this seriously.