Obese children showed unique changes in heart shape and function compared to their normal weight peers.
A Harvard researcher says she's found six new gene variations that determine how people react to caffeine.
"C-Pulse" heart pump shows promise in early trials.
They found human papillomavirus-16 infection was more common among people who'd recently either smoked or had been exposed to tobacco.
A third of cancer patients may also be suffering from symptoms of depression or anxiety.
The recommendation is not final until after the task force accepts public comment on the issue.
Exposure during pregnancy to Bisphenol-A, a chemical used in plastics and canned foods, may be tied to breathing problems in children.
New study finds hands-free devices can still be a dangerous distraction to drivers.
Our lifestyle choices today can affect our love life tomorrow and through the years.
New research shows early intervention can improve or even eliminate some symptoms of autism.
It's National Dental Hygiene Month. And because candy season is right around the corner, this is the perfect time to make sure your children are taking good care of their mouth.
Florida schools test vegetarian dishes as a way to promote healthy lifestyles.
The research helps better show how people orient themselves, and it could prove useful in Alzheimer's research, because of the parts of the brain those cells lie in.
How do you start running if you're been a couch potato? We talk to a trainer who can tell us what to do and how to stay injury-free in the process.
Susan Hendricks talks to an expert about probiotics and what they mean for our health.
Respiratory virus called Enterovirus D68 has sent hundreds of kids to hospital.
We look at ways to reduce your breast cancer risk.
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Although the ingredients are protected as trade secrets, Clorox has voluntarily disclosed the recipes for their fragrances.
New survey finds music and texting put teens at risk when they're crossing the street.
States that put tight restrictions on abortion generally perform worse on women’s and children’s health outcomes, according to a new report released by two national groups that support access to the procedure.
Ways parents can keep their student athletes safe.
From what to eat to how much to exercise, Elizabeth Cohen explains what you really need to do to lose weight.
A group of children in Colorado is showing polio-like symptoms, and doctors wonder if it may be linked to a nationwide enterovirus outbreak.
Robots developed at Fort Hays State University are set to help autistic students at a Kansas school.
A new study finds aspirin may cut prostate cancer.
A new recommendation by the American Academy of Pediatrics could make the pill a thing of the past for teens looking for birth control.
October 1 is Texas Influenza Awareness Day and the traditional start to the flu season.
While many foods that contain "pumpkin" are automatically considered to be healthy, some pumpkin-flavored foods may actually be quite the opposite.
A Louisiana man almost lost a limb to Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), something a cardiologist called one of the most under-diagnosed and under treated conditions in America.
A new insert-able cardiac monitor is designed to help doctors quickly diagnose and treat irregular heartbeats that may be related to unexplained fainting.
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Pregnancy has been linked to a higher risk of flu-related illnesses which was presumed to be the result of a weakened immune system.
Our attachment to our phones may be affecting us negatively.
There is growing concern among parents about how to tell the difference between D-68 and asthma. Any child can catch the virus as it is spread by a simple cough, but those children with asthma suffer more from the illness.
With shorter days and cooler temperatures is the season of autumn. So what does fall it mean to your health?
Louisiana woman has tumor removed from skull while she's still awake.
September is National Yoga Month