The worst of the online glitches, crashes and delays may be over for the problem-plagued government health care website, the Department of Health and Human Services said Sunday.
We took naps in kindergarten, and many college students think it's still a good idea.
The Kirmayer Fitness Center at the University of Kansas Medical Center will host an open community workout Wednesday to help people keep their Thanksgiving Day feast in balance.
Frustrated with high insurance premiums and deductibles, some patients prefer to see a family doctor who charges less but does not accept insurance.
Health officials in Sedgwick County are reporting an unusually high number of cases of whooping cough.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, a local medical center is giving away six free surgeries.
Federal regulators have approved a new drug from Johnson & Johnson for use in treating chronic hepatitis C infections.
In the pursuit of body perfection, dieting can take some strange turns. Videos on YouTube tout the "cotton ball diet" as a quick way to lose weight.
Several domestic violence centers in the Kansas City metro area received grants from the federal government this month.
People looking to get healthy are using new tools like smartphone apps to track their fitness. However, experts warn some of these programs could be a privcy risk.
A North Texas teen from an affluent family received a probation-only sentence this week for losing control of his pickup truck while drunk and killing four pedestrians, a punishment that has outraged the victims' families and left prosecutors disappointed.
American University's campus in the nation's capital was on lockdown Wednesday night after police received calls about a man with a gun.