By Tara Culp-Ressler on May 8, 2014
Seven-year-old Baylor needs a multiracial bone marrow donor to hep treat his leukemia. But that's easier said than done.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on May 1, 2014
Public health officials are getting a little frustrated.
By Emily Atkin on March 3, 2014
The new rules will result in "dramatic" emissions reductions for smog-forming and cancer-causing pollutants.
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By Sy Mukherjee on February 12, 2014
The study, one of the largest ever conducted, finds that mammograms were no more effective than a routine yearly physical in preventing breast cancer deaths.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on February 6, 2014
The number of annual cancer diagnoses are projected to jump by 70 percent over the next two decades.
By Kiley Kroh on January 29, 2014
A West Virginia state official told a legislative panel on Wednesday that he "can guarantee" residents are breathing in formaldehyde after the massive chemical spill that began January 9.
By Emily Atkin on January 16, 2014
The manufacturer of the chemical that contaminated potable water for 300,000 West Virginians has known all along that it can cause cancer, according to allegations in a new class action lawsuit.
By Joanna M. Foster on January 16, 2014
On Thursday, Beijing issued its first warning of the year for a wave of dangerous smog that exceeded the worst threshold in the warning system.
By Sy Mukherjee on January 9, 2014
Thanks to the health law, breast cancer prevention drugs like tamoxifen and raloxifene will be available without a co-pay.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on December 20, 2013
The gap has emerged over the past three decades, and it's getting worse.