Former NFL players discuss their exercise and lifestyle secrets.
A new study suggests people who binge-watch television are more likely to be lonely and depressed.
New research published in 'Consumer Reports' estimates 15,000 cancer deaths each year will be caused by unnecessary CT scans.
As the cost of prescription drugs continues to rise, a new government report reveals what Americans are doing to ease this financial burden.
A new study has identified several chemicals that may be linked to earlier menopause.
A neuroma is a pinched nerve in your foot, and can be painful.
A new study suggests beginning tackle football at a young age may increase the risk of memory and thinking problems later in life.
New research suggests people who believe they're getting an expensive medication may respond better to that drug.
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A Harvard study suggests girls who consume a lot of sugary drinks tend to start their period sooner than girls who don't.
New research reveals both weight loss and weight gain in older women increase the risk of bone fractures.
A new study suggests financial incentives may help pregnant women quit smoking.
Diabetes can sometimes bring on mood swings, we look at some of the reasons why.
A new study reveals night time leg cramps are more common in the summer months.
New research suggests reducing conflicts in the workplace can help people sleep better.
People with chronic insomnia may face an increased risk of high blood pressure.
Gates announced the donation at the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization conference in Berlin.
A new study reveals infants show a brain response to painful vaccinations as well.
Researchers say if infants & children don't get enough sleep they suffer from obesity later in life.
A new study reveals having high cholesterol in early adulthood increases the risk of heart disease later in life.
The roots of autism may be even more complicated than previously thought.
A new study reveals menu labels showing calories and the amount of exercise needed to burn those calories affects what parents order for their children.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is reaffirming its position against legalizing marijuana because of the potential harm to kids and teens.
A new study reveals many breast cancer patients don't know enough about their condition.
Energy drinks have become a mainstay of the soda world, but they're not for kids.
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Study finds e-cigarette vapor contains elevated levels of formaldehyde.
It isn't actually the cold weather that causes the common cold, it's what we do when it gets cold out.
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Dietitian and nutritionist to the stars Keri Glassman will show you how to reinvent your snacking habits to focus on flavor and truly savor your food this year.
Want to lose weight or quit smoking? Love may be the key.
Health inspection scores at restaurants are public knowledge but how often do you actually take the time to search for those scores?
Researchers at UCLA wanted to test the cognitive effects of walnuts after animal studies suggested they helped slow the progression of Alzheimer's Disease.
The FDA has approved a new drug for Plaque Psoriasis,the common form of the autoimmune skin disease.
The plan is to enlist as many as 27,000 people for the study to begin with at as many as ten sites just outside of the capital of Liberia, Monrovia.
A new study suggests familiar voices can help improve awareness and the recovery of coma patients.
Access varied from as low as 46-percent in Mississippi to 91-percent in Maryland and 100-percent in Washington D.C.
A new British study finds rates of Celiac Disease in young children have skyrocketed over the past 20 years.
Researchers identify genetic cause of Sturge-Weber syndrome, often associated with facial birthmarks, which means new trials and new hope for sufferers.
Your first semester of college is hard enough, but what if you have diabetes? We have some tips.
Many women of childbearing age are prescribed opioid painkillers which may increase the risk of birth defects among pregnant women.
A new study suggests a possible association between certain kinds of birth control and a risk for brain tumors.
New research suggests the current physical activity guideline of 150 minutes a week is unrealistic and focusing on small increases in daily exercise would be more beneficial.
New data shows deaths among extremely premature infants declined from 2000 to 2011.
The FDA recommends pregnant women restrict fish consumption to just twice a week because of the known risks of mercury exposure on brain development.
Pacemaker-like "Maestro System" recently approved by the FDA regulates hunger signals between the stomach and brain.
Many athletes drink beet juice to boost strength and endurance but a new study suggests it may not provide much help.
New study finds sitting at a desk all day and in front of the TV in the evening increases your risk of an early death.
About ten-percent of Americans have the painful skin condition that often begins in early childhood.