CDC issues handout containing some icky reminders about pool water.
More than a million people in the US are HIV positive.
Public health officials are reminding people not to treat swimming pools like a toilet!
Preliminary research shows a component of a common kitchen spice could one day help treat head and neck cancers.
The stress of living in a rough neighborhood could make you age faster.
A new study suggests as overall smoking rates decline even more people are likely to kick the habit.
High levels of vitamin B-12 may boost odds of developing acne.
Women who have had a stillbirth may have as much as a four times higher risk of having another.
Patients suffering from a certain heart condition may have the option of new, smaller pacemaker.
D.C. Gotoufas hears his wife's and daughter's voices for the first time thanks to new implants.
British teens come up with condom that changes color when it contacts sexually transmitted infections
Newly discovered biomarker could provide advanced warning for those at risk for deadly pancreatic cancer.
New research reveals about half of Hispanic adults aren't aware they have high cholesterol and most aren't getting any treatment.
Breakfast cereal giant General Mills announces plan to remove artificial flavors and colors from its products.
Hospital program is helping patients improve their lung function and make music at the same time.
A new study suggests it's not just what you eat, but also when.
Flossing is an important for good oral care but thousands of people still don't do it and they lie about it.
A new small study suggests virtual reality therapy could help treat people with alcoholism or other addiction
A new study links loud traffic noise to an increased risk of early death.
Since 2012, there have been over 32,000 calls made to poison control centers related to liquid laundry packets involving children ages five and under.
Company working on medicine to boost tolerance in people who suffer from peanut allergies.
A diet high in fat or sugar may do more than expand your waistline it may also lead to reduced cognitive functioning.
New government data reveals an estimated 36-million people, or 11-percent of the population, had no health insurance in 2014.
French scientists have identified a specific gut microbe that may explain why some people lose weight more easily than others.
Your favorite pair of skinny jeans may look good but they could cause a serious health problem if you're not careful.
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A new study concludes erectile dysfunction drugs, like viagra, are not a cause of Melanoma.
The health risks posed by climate change are potentially serious enough to undo fifty years of advancements in global health.
Teens may have a firm grasp on the dangers of smoking cigarettes but they appear to be less clear about how using marijuana or electronic cigarettes might harm their health.
Researchers find a link between children who can lie well and memory.
A new study reveals fewer than one in 10 older heart patients get defibrillators within a year of their heart attacks.
As the temperatures start to climb, health professionals remind you to not let the heat get the best of you.
When the lawnmower comes out the kids should go inside.
One of the best workouts for pregnant women happens in the pool!
Experts say there's a way to potentially "stop" many late-stage cancers in their tracks including brain and lung cancer.
Fewer people are killed in motor vehicle crashes in states with primary seat belt laws.
Young adults with even slightly elevated blood pressure may be at risk for heart problems later in life.
If done properly, the ancient art can give you flexibility, help your mental and physical state and alleviate your stress. But you have to know what you're doing.
Short bursts of intense activity may make a difference in teens health.
A new study suggests more than two-thirds of Americans are either overweight or obese.
A new study explores the connection between cyberbullying and depression among children and adolescents.
New research finds education and income may affect a person's likelihood of using alternative medicine.
A new study suggests the HPV vaccine may be linked to fewer pre-cancerous cervical lesions in young women.
General mills is making changes to its cereals by removing artificial flavors and colors from artificial sources.
New research finds teens with chronic physical or mental health problems have more difficulty transitioning into the workforce.
Regular light exercise can be as good for seniors as moderate or vigorous exercise.
Extreme exercise may trigger blood poisoning in people who haven't trained properly.
Father's day is this weekend.
The Food and Drug Administration has cleared the way for a company to market the "Brain-Port V-100."
As more states begin to legalize medical marijuana, there are growing concerns about the drug's effects on young children.