Researchers in the United Kingdom and spain have come up with a simple urine test that detects early pancreatic cancer.
The FDA issues its first cybersecurity warning.
Kids with gay parents are neither better or worse off than those from traditional families.
The latest research shows even a little bit of exercise a day can decrease the risk of death among senior citizens.
Researchers found men who were dads by the age of 22, were 26-percent more likely to die in mid-life than those who waited until they were 25 or 26.
A new study reveals the number of head impacts sustained by college football players depends on the intensity of the activity.
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A new study suggests humans may be adapting their moving patterns to allow them to walk and text which may mean a smaller risk of running into something.
Being overweight was the most common reason why children are bullied.
Music appears to be more than just a stress reliever for some surgeons.
New research suggests women and black patients lose more years of expected life after a heart attack than white men.
A new study suggests high doses of vitamin-d may not significantly improve the bone health of post-menopausal women.
A 20-year study suggests women with more social connections are less likely to take their own lives.
A new study finds female doctors have a lower average salary than their male counterparts.
A new report reveals many new moms worry about beginning breastfeeding.
Meet a parent who won't let a disability get in the way of raising her child.
Recent studies give insight into extremely picky eaters, and ideas to help parents cope.
Crash tests reveal the safest carriers for your pets.
How to keep athlete's foot at bay.
Parents should include a mental health check-up as they prepare their kids to go back to school.
Coffee may help the brain functions of older adults.
New research suggests exercise during adolescence is linked to a lower risk of early death later in life.
A new study shows the hookah smoking is an increasingly popular subject on Twitter.
Disability rates were highest among residents of southern states.
More evidence about the health perks of staying active.
Learning to run starts with lots of walking and some jogging .
Targeted workouts may strengthen men's bones in middle age.
The weather can affect several health conditions.
Americans are cutting calories, but far from eating healthy.
Vaccinations for the Human Papilloma Virus have increased slightly among teenagers, but there is still much work to be done, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Researchers showed images of a thin or large cartoon character to a group of adolescents who were then asked to take candy from a bowl.
A new study suggests watching fish in large aquariums is not only fun but it's also good for your health!
New research reveals cooling the bodies of organ donors after death greatly improves the function of their donated kidneys.
Introducing solid foods to your baby can be a fun, exciting experience for you and your little one. But, at times, it can also be a confusing time. When do you start? Which foods are best to introduce first? And, how much should you be feeding your baby?
Vehicles are like ovens in hot temperatures creating a potentially deadly environment for children and pets.
If you're stressed over money, what can you do about it? Perhaps you should get on a couch.
Experts say it takes a while to get children accustomed to the school sleep routine, so now is the time to start.
Girl Scout designs early detection campaign after surviving breast cancer diagnosis at just 16 years of age.
Back to school shopping is underway but before you hit the stores, one environmental group is warning that you may want to think twice about your go-to purchases.
A new study people who text while walking tend to adopt a more cautious stride.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new device designed to help people lose weight.
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National weather forecasters say this week is the hottest of the year and over 30-million Americans are facing dangerously high temperatures.
More than 25 percent of U.S. adults rarely or never wear sunglasses, and nearly two-thirds are unaware of the link between UV exposure and serious eye diseases such as cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.
Most germs are harmless to humans, we'll show you how to rid your kitchen of the rest!
Ways to prevent kids from choking.
Personalized radio transmitter bracelets that can locate people with Autism or Alzheimer's who may wander off.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has completed the first successful double hand transplant on a child.
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