Dartmouth researchers found admission rates to neo-natal intensive care units have been rising.
Polish researchers say they've developed every pork-lover's dream. Lower fat, lower calorie meat that maintains its quality and flavor for longer.
New research suggests quitting smoking could help ease hot flashes during menopause.
The study of more than 400 teens with cancer found more than 70-percent were told their treatment could affect future fertility.
A new study reveals many mothers get conflicting advice about infant care.
The rising popularity of e-cigarettes has health experts concerned the devices may erase the progress made in reducing teen smoking.
Go on a ride that raises millions of dollars each year to fight diabetes.
Chest compression CPR is an effective way to save someone's life
Certain ingredients in sunscreens may give you a rash if you have sensitive skin.
The study showed that bisphosphonates stopped breast tumor cells from spreading to bones, the most common site for secondary cancers.
Cancer patients should not have to endure chemotherapy if they're nearing the end of their lives, according to a new study.
Right now, consumers can only see how many grams of sugar are in a product.
Some high school and middle school athletic coaches may lack the skills necessary to handle concussions.
A recent study suggests that alcohol consumption is on the rise among people ages 50 and over.
You might be surprised to learn of another way alcohol can wreak havoc on your diet.
They're tiny, but pack a nutritional punch. And they can be added to foods ranging from baked goods to salads, even yogurt. Sound too good to be true? It's not. They can be beneficial for anyone to add to their diet.
The world's first Malaria vaccine is close to being approved for babies in Africa.
Tips to avoid neck soreness while cycling.
It's a bracelet that tells you when to get out of the sun could it be a high tech solution to enjoying summer safely?
The FDA could soon approve a new class of injected drugs that have proven significant in lowering cholesterol.
Aerobic exercise may help ease symptoms in people with various forms of Dementia.
A group of more than a hundred leading cancer experts has developed a set of proposals intended to bring down the high cost of treating cancer.
About 16 percent of war zone veterans reported an increase in PTSD symptom scale over the past 30 years and 7.6 percent had a decrease of more than 20 points.
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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