Sudden deafness is an unexplained loss of hearing that can develop immediately or over a few days.
Researchers followed more than 2,000 New York City Fire Department employees deployed to the World Trade Center after the 2001 attacks.
A small study suggests drugs used to treat Melanoma could benefit patients with a specific type of lung cancer.
Objectifying images of women in magazines, television and movies are often attributed as a major factor when young women struggle with body image issues.
A stroke treatment worked so well in a new study the research was stopped early.
When it comes to tackling obesity, one size does not fit all.
Maple syrup may do more than make your pancakes taste great it may also help antibiotics become more effective.
The thin air of America's higher-elevation regions may reduce the risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
A common epilepsy drug may help protect and repair nerves in people with Multiple Sclerosis.
Using e-cigarettes may not help you kick the habit.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report basing their findings on 2011 birth certificates representing more than eighty percent of the nation's births this year.
Kansas State University researchers analyzed the food prep practices of more than one hundred people.
More than two million people are living with Multiple Sclerosis worldwide, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. We met one 55-year-old athlete who is not letting the disease slow her down.
When humans look into the eyes of a dog there is biological evidence their bond strengthens.
Nearly one in 10 full-time workers in the United States has had a recent substance abuse problem.
Roller skating is a fun activity, but when you add in a healthy dose of aggression it becomes roller derby!
The study is the first to look at how race and obesity jointly affect a man's risk of prostate cancer.
Among middle and high school students, e-cigarette use surpasses the use of every other type of tobacco product.
Hormone replacement therapies may have different influences on a woman's breast cancer risk.
New research finds women who breastfeed for at least three months are less likely to resume smoking after childbirth.
New research finds children who are able to identify what their peers want, think and feel tend to be more popular than those who aren't as socially skilled.
Johns Hopkins researchers assessed sperm from 44 expectant dads looking at 'epigenetic tags' that help regulate gene activity.
Exposure to diabetes in the womb has been shown to affect a child's odds of obesity but impact on brain development hasn't been clear.
New research suggests that what we consider "middle age" might be changing.
Snoring may not only affect your quality of sleep it may play a role in your memory and thinking as you age.
Having both depression and diabetes may significantly raise the risk of dementia.
As the temperatures get warmer and you spend more time outdoors remember you still have to protect yourself against the sun's damaging rays.
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Debunking cardio exercise myths.
A new cataract surgery option could save patients time and money.
Depression, insomnia and exhaustion may be major risk factors for frequent nightmares.
A new study finds that some narcotic pain-killers have the same impact on an unborn baby as illicit drug use.
A new study finds getting a divorce may raise the risk a woman will suffer a heart attack.
New research finds children with Type-1 diabetes have a significantly increased risk of being admitted to the hospital.
A new breath test can identify patients at high risk of developing stomach cancer.
Expanding diabetes screening in adults to catch the disease early does not appear to keep people from dying from cardiovascular illnesses resulting from the disease.
Many companies are implementing these programs for employees offering incentives to improve their cardiovascular health.
While wisdom and knowledge may increase with age memory and thinking skills can begin to decline. Now, experts have identified the most effective ways to keep your brain healthy.
As many as one-quarter of people with atrial fibrillation who have a low risk of stroke are given blood-thinning drugs they likely don't need according to a new study.
Eating out may increase your risk for high blood pressure.
Your DNA may reflect how well you respond to the "placebo effect."
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Says thousands of people are injured on trampolines each year.
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Some doctors are now making old-fashioned house calls to give better treatment to patients.
The story of a whole 'new life' for a young man suffering severe Tourette Syndrome.
Is there a fountain of youth? Not really, but a moderate amount of exercise can stop or at least slow the clock.
Acetaminophen is one of the most popular pain relievers in America but a new study has discovered a new side effect. So, how could this impact you?
A new study finds vaccinating boys against HPV could help prevent more cases of oropharyngeal cancer.
A new study suggests watching a lot of alcohol consumption in movies could lead teens to drink themselves.
A liquid form of medical marijuana appears to be safe and effective for some children with severe epilepsy.