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A new study reveals smoking cigars is not a safe alternative to cigarettes.
Pediatricians are reminding parents that babies should sleep in a crib - not a carseat, swing or bouncer.
A new study finds more than half of foods advertised to children don't meet government nutrition guidelines.
The world's first malaria vaccine could soon be approved by international regulators for use in Africa after final trial data showed it offered partial protection for up to four years.
A new study reveals many breast cancer patients who are eligible for a lumpectomy still choose to have a mastectomy.
Customer feedback has prompted PepsiCo to drop the artificial sweetener Aspartame from Diet Pepsi.
Slightly more than half of middle-aged adults and seniors in the united states take daily aspirin therapy.
Many suffering with infertility issues feel like they are all alone doctors say that is simply not true.
Summer is a time for fun- but one wrong move and it can change your life. We talk diving safety.
A new study suggests people with more demanding jobs may survive longer after being diagnosed with front-temporal dementia.
A new type of therapy may be just as effective as medication for treating depression.
Scientists in Italy have trained two dogs to detect prostate cancer by smell!
A new YMCA report finds many children struggle to keep up healthy habits over the summer months.
The Russian man who wants to become the first patient to undergo a full head transplant says he is ready to take a risk for scientific purposes.
Heavy drinking and binge drinking are on the rise in the U.S. and women are the main contributors to the increase.
It's "take our daughters and sons to work day". An event that serves as a career day for kids and adults.
A mandatory nap at school or daycare for children four to six years old may reduce the child's sleep time at night.
Drinking just two cups of coffee a day may help inhibit tumor growth and reduce the risk of recurrence in women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Several food products have been recalled in recent weeks due to Listeria contamination and infectious disease experts say the bacterial infection should not be taken lightly.
Not getting a good night's sleep could be weighing down your efforts to get fit.
April is oral cancer awareness month. So it's a good time to remind you to get your yearly exams.
It is the time of year for sniffling and sneezing. As the spring flowers bloom, so too do your allergies. We have more on the high cost of fighting allergies.
Why is it that mosquitoes like to feast on some people but not others?
A new study finds parent training can significantly reduce behavior problems in young children with autism.
New research reveals depression may raise the risk of poor outcomes among African Americans with heart failure.
A small new study suggests oral insulin could help prevent type one diabetes in high-risk children.
Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs can help prevent heart disease in seniors but the medications also carry a risk of side effects.
Earth Day is a good time to think about how the environment impacts your health.
While many golfers have been waiting for the warmer weather to hit the links doctors warn if you don't play golf or train regularly it's important not to overdo it early in the season.
New research shows the most effective way to to prevent and treat the common cold.
Have you ever stopped to think how many beauty products you use every day? The average woman applies 12, and guys you're not too far behind. Most of us have no idea what those products contain because the cosmetic industry is loosely regulated.
How much reading do you think your brain can process?
The virus attacks the tumor, but it doesn't enter normal, healthy tissue.
Researchers at Drexel University found only 36-percent of autistic young adults attended college between high school and their early 20's.
Researchers in Canada looked at changes in patients who took part in a 12-week tango course.
A new poll shows that while two-thirds of Americans support the use of medical marijuana only half of those believe it should be allowed for children.
Experts say sports restrictions should be eased for children with Long QT Syndrome as long as they're properly treated and have immediate access to an automated external defibrillator.
Hpv is a local infection which can separately infect the cervical, anal or oral sites on the body and can occasionally lead to cancer.
Children who get the Measles-Mumps-Rubella vaccine are not at a higher risk to develop autism.
A new device helps certain patients in need of long term blood thinner therapy possibly take fewer medications.