A new study suggests a hormone deficiency may explain the social struggles common in kids with autism.
A new report reveals fetal death rates in the US have declined slightly.
To cotton-swab or not: That is the question many have when it comes to keeping the ears clean and healthy.
Splashing around in lakes and oceans are fun ways to spend the summer. But the sunscreen that helps protect our skin can be harmful to marine life.
University of Minnesota school of nursing hopes to reduce injuries nurses sustain while moving patients.
There are some benefits of acting like a kid for adults.
The USDA has a new weight planner to help you achieve your goal weight.
Teen drinking is declining but teen marijuana use is on the rise.
The number of children diagnosed with autism tripled between 2000 and 2010.
A class of drugs used to treat diabetes may also protect against Parkinson's Disease.
Even if you're not obese soda may increase your risk of type 2 diabetes
Junk food can cause a drug-like addiction due to the release of dopamine.
Survey finds an increase in females using the morning after pill.
Acupuncture may have a similar effect as psychiatric drugs.
Low birth weight as well as unhealthy lifestyle may affect type 2 diabetes risk.
Doctors are often rushed in the exam room, but you can get more time and a good walk!
The number of teens having sex has dropped dramatically over the last twenty-five years.
Tips to help keep the mosquitoes away this summer.
There's early, but promising new research regarding Alzheimer's Disease.
New study finds women with mild cognitive impairment decline nearly twice as fast as men.
A new clinical study involving a large pool of HIV patients may change future treatment of HIV.
We've all seen men flaunting their "dad bods" online recently. The ones who look more like "michelin" than "marlboro" men.
A Canadian study finds erectile dysfunction may double a man's odds of having undiagnosed diabetes.
New research finds more than half of chronic pain patients seek alternative therapies but many don't tell their doctors.
A new study reveals children who are repeatedly hospitalized for respiratory diseases tend to live in poor neighborhoods.
Ask any parent, they will tell you, one big concern is keeping their kids safe. But what they may not realize is that the biggest risk to their children happens at or near home: it's injuries from falling.
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Researchers Say One Strain of Seaweed Tastes Like Bacon When Fried
Many times, when something hurts, its because of some sort of inflammation. However, what you eat can help reduce those symptoms.
How summer can affect your child's asthma.
A study suggest all alcohol in moderation may be good for your heart.
It's been a year since people across the country were dumping water on their heads in the name of ALS research.
A new report shows Americans provided 37 billion hours of care to parents, spouses and other adult loved ones in 2013.
New research suggests air pollution from wildfires may be hazardous to your heart.
A new study reveals Alzheimer's Disease may affect the brain differently in African Americans than in Caucasians with the condition.
According to a recent study, a suggested link between Vitamin D and Cholesterol in early childhood could reduce a person's cardiovascular risk later in life.
A new study finds children who suffer from psychiatric problems may be at an increased risk for a variety of problems later in life.
A new study reveals more activity is needed to improve the physical fitness of children and teens.
The study from Korea looked at the prescription use and hospital records of over four million people.
A new study reveals some breast cancer survivors may gain more weight than women with no history of the disease.
It is one of the most dreaded diseases of older age: Alzheimer's. Researchers have a good understanding of what causes this most extreme form of dementia and now, in an exciting development, they are studying a possible way to stop it.
The heat effects elderly people differently.
Sometimes you mind may make you believe your phone is vibrating when it's not
It might be time to put away your running shoes skip the gym and get off your bike!
Lots of time sitting may increase a woman's odds for cancer.
Tips to help you keep planning a wedding in perspective.
Simply hearing your mobile phone ring or feeling it vibrate may be enough to distract you.
Pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur is expected to deliver more than 65 million doses to U.S health care providers and pharmacies.