Swiss water giant Nestle is under fire again after revealing its plans to largely increase their Michigan groundwater withdrawals.
Though World AIDS Day is partly a time of celebration of progress made in combating the disease, some activists are fearful after the election of Donald Trump to the White House.
A growing number of residents in the D.C. region are feeling the effects of diabetes as thousands suffer from the disease, and many others may have the illness and don't know it.
Recent data released by the AARP estimates that 60 percent of family caregivers also work other jobs.
D.C.'s Whitman-Walker Health Foundation held its 30th annual Whitman-Walker Health's Walk & 5K to End HIV on Saturday, continuing its quest to help the roughly 1.2 million Americans living with HIV and thousands unknowingly infected with the virus.
Kenae Raine isn't a firefighter, policeman, doctor or a superhero. In fact, she's a petite student at Howard University in Washington. Still, she helped saved a life.
November is National Diabetes Month and one prominent black podiatrist has issued a warning that the illness can mean double the trouble for a sufferer's feet.
Dimension Healthcare officials closed a neonatal intensive care unit at a Cheverly hospital Wednesday after discovering potentially deadly bacteria, less than a month after it reopened following a similar issue.
In conjunction with Domestic Abuse Awareness Month, Queen Afi Gaston recently hosted a theatrical performance that relayed survivor stories from victims and abusers of their pain and experiences.
After five decades of crafting legendary hits for himself and others, Smokey Robinson is now branching out to the skin care business.
A team of physicians and researchers have published the results of a round of promising gene-editing experiments aimed at curing sickle cell disease.
Why do Americans like to be scared?
Zipping up and down the Baltimore-Washington Parkway in her Mercedes-Benz SUV and conducting business on her Bluetooth was a way of life for Aleasha Arthur of Laurel, Maryland. Until life took an unexpected, much more serious turn.
Kimberly Curtis has battled and overcome breast cancer. In doing so and despite having what she said is excellent health insurance, the northeast D.C. resident has also had to reach deep into her pocketbook to pay for the costs associated ...
After 39 years of leadership service at United Medical Center and its predecessor, Greater Southeast Community Hospital, the highly-respected Dr. David Reagin recently retired, effective Sept. 30.