A new study adds to the evidence that screening for and treating health conditions in teens could reduce risk of heart attacks and strokes later in life.
Experts recommend screening people who have certain inherited genetic variants or strong family history of pancreatic cancer.
Questions about the accuracy and interpretation of SARS-CoV-2 antibody tests prompt guidelines.
About 45% of Americans age 18 and older are estimated to have high blood pressure, and many don't know they have the condition.
Acute hepatitis C cases tripled from 2009 to 2018 and was highest among young adults. Only about 61% of adults with hepatitis C knew that they were infected.
New FDA guidance supports genetic testing to help to determine safe doses of particular drugs for individuals.
Researchers recently conducted the first human clinical trial to evaluate a robotic device for blood draws.
A new AACC guideline suggests ways to prevent, identify, and deal with biotin interference in some types of blood tests.
For older men with low T, a physicians’ group recommends supplemental testosterone only for sexual dysfunction and not for other reasons.
The U.S. issues travel and healthcare precautions as more U.S. cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus are expected in the coming weeks.