About one point five million Americans are affected by Rheumatoid Arthritis. But new drugs and treatments are giving people hope and allowing them to live full lives.
Butt lifts and implants are among the fastest growing procedures according to new survey from American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Arts and Crafts can be therapeutic for trauma victims.
An FDA panel is suggesting two new Meningitis B vaccines be used sparingly and not be given routinely to teens and college students.
A new study from the University of Pennsylvania finds a bad night's sleep may lead a person to crave fatty foods the next day!
Heart failure affects more than 5-million Americans.
Data shows suicide rates for people between 40 and 64 years old have increased by 40-percent with a sharp rise since 2007.
Caffeine intake has already been associated with a lower risk of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Diseases.
A small study from Mexico suggests skin biopsies may someday give doctors insight into diseases like Alzheimer's or Parkinson's.
A new study suggests sleeping more than eight hours a day is linked to an increased risk of stroke.
A mother's voice may boost her baby's brain while still in the womb.
The percentage of people living in families having trouble paying these bills dropped from over 21-percent in 2011 to under 18-percent in 2014.
People diagnosed with ADHD were twice as likely to die prematurely as those without the disorder, although the actual number of deaths was very low.
Jim Morelli has a few simple steps that can keep our hearts beating strong.
In Texas parents have the legal right to "responsibly discipline" their children." But when do parents take it too far? We continue our special report and examine when discipline turns into child abuse.
Coroners say obesity epidemic means standard body bags are often too small.
An estimated 36 million Americans suffer from migraines, a neurological disorder commonly characterized by severe headaches. In today's Health Minute, how exercise has helped some migraine sufferers cope with the pain
University of Washington researchers helped design new feature.
Are bodybuilders really drinking breast milk in an effort to bulk up?
CDC investigates deadly bacteria's link to doctors' offices.
Breast cancer is the most frequent cancer discovered in women.
The popularity of water pipe smoking has boomed around the world, especially among young adults.
A new study suggests older women at high risk for bone fracture may also be prone to gum disease.
The majority of events were caused by food allergies or insect stings but 20-percent had an unknown trigger.
Researchers tracked the use of prescription painkillers from 1999 to 2012.
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Hope Lodges help cancer patients and their caregivers.
Peanut allergies can be a difficult and dangerous problem for parents. But new research could change the way we approach the issue that affects some 400,000 kids.
There are a lot of Americans who are not getting enough sleep. In fact, the problem has reached the point where the CDC is calling a lack of sleep a "public health epidemic."
New data finds the risk of a heart attack is eight and a half times higher in the two hours after an episode of intense anger.
Women aged 25 to 34 were most likely to use these types of birth control as were those who had given birth at least once.
This data confirms the American Cancer Society's recent estimates of smoking-related deaths.
Symptoms of heart attack in women can be subtle including fatigue, nausea, sweating, and pain in the chest, jaw or back.
Children from homes that hand-washed were less likely to have asthma, eczema or seasonal allergies.
Managing stress levels while pregnant is important for both mother and child.
Most poll-takers also said children should be barred from daycare or public school unless they are vaccinated.
A new study finds giving peanuts to babies at high risk for peanut allergies appears to have prevented them from developing the allergy. Another study finds promise in a peanut patch.
The country's leading pediatricians say allowing kids to have some sugary or fatty treats is OK if they're also eating healthy foods.
A new skin patch could be a promising treatment for people with peanut allergies.
A new study sheds light on why breastfed babies tend to have fewer allergies.
A new study suggests sweating it out in a sauna may improve your heart health!
Pitbull makes a huge impact on autistic boy's life.
Researchers at Dartmouth College did a study on infant nutrition and found that formula-fed babies had 7.5-times higher arsenic levels than those babies who were breastfed.
The miracle drug 'statins' has some doctors saying it may too good to be true.
Yale researchers published a study yesterday on melanin in the skin and how the harmful effects of UV light from the sun don't stop after sunset.
A survey of more than 250 women revealed one in four were involved in cyberbullying during college.
The study was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Films from India have inspired a new exercise trend.
New federal dietary guidelines address cholesterol, sugars, and salt.