The worse a person deals with stress when they are an adolescent the more likely they will develop heart disease later in life and exercise might make little difference to change that.
Spiders may make your skin crawl but a new study suggests a compound in their venom could lead to a more effective treatment for chronic pain.
New study says bans don't help smokers quit.
A new study reveals one-third of Americans do not have access to a primary stroke center within a one hour ambulance ride.
Scientists say the flu is much less common among adults than we think.
Researchers in Spain tested the thinking skills of elementary age children at 39 schools over a 12-month period.
New research suggests children may be more likely to exercise with a friend.
Heavy use of acetaminophen was associated with kidney disease and bleeding in the digestive tracts as well as an increased risk of heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure.
The FDA began reviewing the safety of testosterone drugs last year.
For many finding time to exercise may be difficult.
The National Athletic Trainers' Association has new guidelines to help student athletes who may be experiencing mental health issues.
Trees and bees are already out this allergy season but with the changes in legislation it looks like another cause for coughing could be added to the mix.
The number of babies being conceived by in-vitro fertilization is on the rise.
Researchers estimate 7.2-percent of children around the world have Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
The World Health Organization (WHO) says adults and children must cut the amount of sugar they consume every day to lower their risk of obesity and tooth decay.
Ovarian failure or the development of early menopause is a common long-term side effect of chemotherapy.
Men who ate fried food one to three times a week had an average eighteen percent increased risk of developing heart failure.
Researchers say promotion of midlife physical fitness may be an important step towards ensuring healthy aging of the brain in the population.
Everyday life events can be stressful. But, how you react to it can determine whether it'll lead to a variety of potential health problems.
Pioneered by Stroma Medical, the laser procedure works by eliminating the brown melanin that's present in the anterior layers of the iris.
United and WT Nursing students are looking out for your health.
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The WHO said around 1.1 billion youths are at risk.
A new study reveals teenagers can easily purchase e-cigarettes online even though sales to minors are banned in 41 states.
A study of more than 700,000 teens in Israel shows a strong link between teenage obesity and high blood pressure.
The results indicate a possible association between peanut consumption and a reduced risk of dying from heart disease.
Good news for all of you hugging your morning coffee right now.
What's a good way to improve someone's health? Some researchers say add a tax!
Woman who suffered extreme side effects joins push to pull medication from the pharmacy shelves.
"Gluten free" seems to be a buzz word in food circles, but is it bad for everyone?
A new study reveals a majority of pediatricians are willing to work with parents wishing to space out or delay their children's vaccines.
New research reveals protein clumps found in the brains of alzheimer's patients begin forming much earlier in life than once thought.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University say they've developed a formula that predicts a person's risk of dying based on treadmill performance!
Teens who experienced both physical and sexual violence were also more likely to use alcohol and drugs.
Daylight Saving Time returns on Sunday, March 8, at 2:00 a.m. Central Time.
The number of US measles cases this year is growing.
The Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola after caring for patient Thomas Eric Duncan, has filed a lawsuit against Texas Health Resources, the parent company of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital where she worked.
Blood from your mouth could be used to find your diabetes risk
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.