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Officials haven't identified the boy, but say he passed away around 9 p.m. Wednesday at Allegheny General Hospital.
The last abortion clinic in the vast, impoverished Rio Grande Valley closed Thursday, along with the sole remaining clinic in the 100-mile stretch between Houston and the Louisiana border, posing a tall obstacle to women seeking to end pregnancies across a wide swath of the nation's second-largest state.
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Drugmaker Endo Pharmaceuticals says it received U.S. approval for its long-acting testosterone injection Aveed, which joins a crowded field of hormone-boosting drugs for men.
Drug shortages have more than doubled since 2007, causing some health providers to ration services or rely on alternative treatments Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY.
The medical center said in a news release Wednesday that it will use an $800,000 grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to fund new programming at the new center.
Alexei Goncharenko drove for hours from Odessa through a fog-filled night to come to Crimea in hopes of helping his fellow Ukrainians to a peaceful end to the armed takeover of the province that is roiling Ukraine.
Flansburg, who farms 1,900 acres amid the rolling hills of southeastern Washington, has been increasing the amount of the chickpeas used to make hummus by about one-third each year to take advantage of good prices and demand.
Journi, right, and Joi Parker of Temple Hiills, Md., have rarely been hospitalized or experienced a pain crisis since receiving diagnoses of sickle cell disease soon after they were born.
In this July 30, 2008 file photo illustration, a silhouetted coaxial cable is photographed with the Comcast Corp. logo in the background in Philadelphia.Comcast Corp. announced in February 2014 that it is buying Time Warner Cable Inc. American companies are buying up the competition at levels not seen since the dotcom bubble.
A second baby born with the AIDS virus may have had her infection put into remission and possibly cured by very early treatment - in this instance, four hours after birth.
A foundation from Tulsa, Okla., has donated $3.5 million to the University of Notre Dame that will be combined with a previous gift valued at $6.5 million to endow a research center for drug discovery and development in the school's college of science.
It says distinguished professor of chemistry Richard DiMarchi is being honored for his work on the drug Humalog, a synthetic analog of the human hormone glucagon that has been used by millions around the world to address the complications of diabetes.
Dr. Sherwin Nuland, a medical ethicist who opposed assisted suicide and wrote an award-winning book about death called "How We Die," has died at age 83. He died of prostate cancer on Monday at his home in Hamden, said his daughter Amelia Nuland, who recalled how he told her he wasn't ready for death because he loved life.
You're sniffling, sneezing, but it's winter - why are you suffering from allergies now? Here are some explanations for why you're suffering from allergies.
This April 12, 2011 electron microscope image made available by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases shows an H9 T cell, blue, infected with the human immunodeficiency virus , yellow.