Colorado State University researchers are developing a device that would help the hearing impaired using impulses relayed through their tongues.
You may have heard of "Hand Foot and Mouth Disease." it can be miserable for the kids who get it, but it's easily treatable.
Cases now reported in four states; doctors warn many born before 1990 may need booster vaccine.
A new study finds no link between salt intake and cardiovascular disease and heart failure among elderly people.
People trying to embrace a healthier lifestyle may want to enlist the help of their significant other.
Smoking and obesity are not only harmful to your healthy they also do considerable damage to your wallet.
Pizza may not be the best choice for your child's meal.
This data refers to the potential of mixing alcohol with medications rather than the prevalence.
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A trainer can help dogs better deal with a family's new baby.
A healthy diet was linked to a 48-percent lower risk of diabetes in white women and a 36-percent lower risk in minority women.
A new study finds people have better visual and auditory recall when they think with their eyes closed.
A study published Thursday by the Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project says using social media can lower stress.
Alcohol initially acts as a sedative allowing people to fall asleep a little faster.
19-children died last week.
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We've all heard about our gall bladder and gall stones. However, many don't know what it does, and how to keep from getting gall stones.
January is "Thyroid Awareness Month".
A new drug being tested in monkeys could help stop the spread of Aids.
The Commonwealth Fund says this is the first time in about a decade that it's recorded such decreases and attributes the drop partly to expanded access to affordable health insurance made possible by Affordable Care Act.
A new government report estimates hundreds of babies are born every year without birth defects thanks to foods containing folic acid.
CDC reports this year's vaccine is only 23-percent effective; drug shortages also reported.
Unhealthy insulin levels may predict breast cancer risk even more than excess weight in post-menopausal women.
Researchers examined the deaths or more than 700 drivers between 16 and 25 that occurred in California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Washington state and West Virginia.
You can help your kids make taking a test a little less stressful.
Using contact lenses to change the color of your eyes can be a nice way to change your look but doctors say it can also cause a lot of damage if you try to cut corners.
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According to the Surgeon General, cigarette smoking is the single largest preventable cause of disease and death in the United States. The finding was first reported 50 years ago and the statement is still true today!
Being sedentary may be twice as deadly as being obese.
New research suggests many of the racial differences in breast cancer diagnosis and survival rates are biological.
A new study reveals asthma may lead to an increased risk of obstructive sleep apnea.
A new study reveals kids who go to lunch after recess make healthier choices in the cafeteria.
The Food and Drug Administration has greenlighted the Maestro Rechargeable System, an implantable device that signals the brain whether the stomach feels empty or full.
Working long hours may raise the risk for alcohol abuse.
People who may go on to develop Alzheimer's Disease may be depressed or exhibit other changes in behavior before they begin losing their memory.
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The Smart Driver course keeps seniors safe behind the wheel and driving longer.
Binge-eating disorder is characterized by recurrent episodes of excessive food consumption.
Experts say the technology could become as common for determining human behavior as blood tests currently are for determining disease.
Spending on medical research is declining in the U.S. and researchers warn if this trend continues it could potentially rob the world of cures and treatments for many common diseases.
Researchers tracked the use of the rotavirus vaccine among doctors treating children for acute gastroenteritis.
A trip to the pediatrician may not be enough to spot autism in a child.
Higher Vitamin D levels in patients with advanced colon cancer appear to improve response to chemotherapy and targeted anti-cancer drugs.
Strep throat is sometimes tough to diagnose but there is a tell-tale sign that typically gives it away.
The CDC reports many of the kids hospitalized with flu this year don't necessarily have chronic conditions.
Winter can be harsh, especially on your hair but Cleveland Clinic Dermatologist Dr. Wilma Bergfeld says with a little tender loving care you can have shiny healthy hair year-round.
A majority of Americans want to know if the foods they buy have been genetically modified.
New research suggests many heart patients are prescribed aspirin unnecessarily.
Researchers in Finland looked at the family, financial and emotional environment of over 3,000 children then followed up 27 years later.
Clinical trials reveal a three drug regimen cured patients with Hepatitis-C in only six weeks.