Farmers markets are typically stocked with in-season fruits and vegetables.
A new study suggests the global obesity epidemic is linked to an oversupply of highly-processed foods.
Fourth of July fireworks can not only injure your eyes and hands, they may also take a toll on your lungs.
A new study suggests the longer you know somebody before dating them the more level the romantic playing field will be.
Varicose veins are don't just affect older women, anyone can get them.
A new study shows patients with type-2 diabetes who undergo weight loss surgery show greater diabetes remission compared to those who just make lifestyle changes.
The number of people using tanning beds has decreased in recent years.
Research shows caregivers of someone with dementia are at a sixfold higher risk of the same fate.
The public will have a chance to weigh in on the issue for 60 days starting today.
Extracurricular sports appear to help young children develop good classroom behaviors.
A new study finds 70-percent of college students are stressed out about money.
New research reveals obese teenagers are less likely to use contraception than their normal weight peers.
Parts of the country drying out from floods are finding a new problem coming into their homes, fleas looking for higher ground may be high-tailing it on your pet and into your home.
When women are at their most fertile they tend to blush a little more but men don't even notice it.
You may want to put down that sugary drink.
For some, it could one day be the answer to a better night's sleep.
School lunch rooms nationwide will soon offer yogurt as a meat substitute.
Nearly 400,000 people suffer cardiac arrest in places other than a hospital each year and the vast majority do not survive.
A new study estimates 40-percent of kids and teens were directly involved in more than one episode of violence, crime or abuse within the past year.
Scientists say umbilical cord 'milking' appears to benefit pre-term infants delivered by C-Section.
Gun control laws remain one of this country's most hot button topics.
Bugs are usually cause for alarm in a restaurant but a burger chain is adding crickets to the menu for protein!
We have some ways to help your toddler give up thumb-sucking for good!
Take time to 'take care' of yourself, it could save your life.
Study: too much citrus fruit, especially juice, may increase skin cancer risks.
More than one-third of children and teens in the United States have been physically assaulted, mostly by their siblings and peers.
The nation's leading pediatrician's group says in order to fight childhood obesity parents need to lead by example and embrace healthy habits.
It appears the internet is being used to circumvent tobacco regulations in the United States.
New research links post-traumatic stress disorder and heart disease in women.
Increased access to fresh fruits and vegetables and opportunities for exercise may help lower the risk for type 2 diabetes in some communities.
Half of cardiovascular deaths could be prevented if more people would eliminate modifiable risk factors tied to the disease.
It's also a great time to emphasize the importance of protecting kids and ourselves from the sun.
According to Safe Kids, an average of 37 children die every year after being left in a hot car.
Most children don't visit the dentist until the age of three or four.
Summer is in full swing, and lots of kids spend most of their days outside. While it's good they're keeping active, the sun can damage their skin unless you take precautions.
When it comes to beating breast cancer, getting the annual mammogram may not be enough for women with dense breast tissue.
New viral fad promotes unhealthy body image according to medical experts.
Cyberbullying is becoming a primary concern for parents.
The number one abused drug is in your medicine cabinet.
Older adults who eat plenty of fish and vegetables may live longer than people who don't.
Brain scans may be able to spot which Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) patients will benefit the most from therapy.
A survey of more than 2,000 pharmacy customers shows more than a third used their doctor's personal e-mail to ask a question within the past six months.
New research from Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center reveals girls run a higher risk of overuse injuries in high school sports than boys.
A new study finds weight loss, combined with vitamin D, may help reduce inflammation linked to cancer and other diseases.
Over the years, women who've had "Essure" implanted have complained to the FDA about various side effects like extreme abdominal pain, headaches and weight problems.
A new study suggests too much vitamin B-12 could boost a person's risk for developing acne.
The FDA is banning trans fats, which give products consistency and taste, but are unhealthy. Now what do you use?
There is a right way and a wrong way to apply sunscreen.
Kids interacting with animals can have a pretty powerful impact.
It's National Take Your Dog to Work Day, and recent studies show pet ownership often yields health benefits.