The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has expanded its warning concerning the sale of counterfeit blood glucose test strips.
A team of 16 Canadian doctors at a Vancouver hospital succeeded in delivering conjoined twin girls after a 65-minute caesarean section procedure on the mother.
An erupting volcano on Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula set off as many as 450 earthquakes in the local area on a single day.
A fly introduced in 1906 to control browntail moths in the United States is now linked with the decline of several native species of butterflies and moths.
A U.S. study has determined annual, low-dose computerized tomography, or CT, screening increases lung cancer survival rates.
The scientific journal Nature says it has concluded six medical workers who face the death penalty in Libya are probably innocent of charges.
Rural China's elders care for grandchildren after parents migrate to urban centers and now a U.S. study finds that is a key factor in China's expansion.
A nationwide survey suggests most U.S. citizens would be willing to make major lifestyle changes in case of an avian flu outbreak of pandemic proportions.
Russia said it has fought an outbreak of bird flu among birds in the country, and the infection has not spread to humans.
About 65,000 Shanghai dogs have been implanted with digital ID chips to assist in dog identification and prevent the spread of rabies.