A new study shows roughly two-thirds of surgeons have music playing while they're operating.
Highly educated people who complain about memory loss may be at an increased risk for stroke.
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The Food and Drug Administration says just because your child has a cold it doesn't mean they need medication.
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved two new non-invasive treatment devices for migraines.
If you want to live longer, stay leaner, boost your mood, and keep your mind young, grab your tennis shoes and get moving.
Nutritionists say certain foods can give your immune system a boost.
3D gaming technology is helping stroke victims walk again.
By the end of last year's season only 42-percent of adults and 59-percent of children had received their flu shot.
Researchers compared the health of more than 9,000 men all being treated for infertility. Some had sperm defects some did not..
Overall less than ten percent said they were meeting current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for sleep.
One type of stroke treatment currently under study is showing promising results for even the most severe stroke patients.
Doctors were testing the vaccine on 59 volunteers, and four of them experienced the side-effects.
These chemicals, called phthalates, make plastics bendable and are in everything from toys and bottles to vinyl flooring and dryer sheets.
Another study finds sleep problems as an adult may lead to Dementia.
Researchers say it is vital for parents to identify sleep problems as early as possible in order to get treatment and help avoid obesity.
A new government report reveals nearly two-thirds of American women use some method of contraception.
One program is working to maximize the things that wheelchair-bound people can do, rather than dwell on what they can't.
A team from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis conducted a pilot study on twenty patients with severe depression who were not responding to standard treatment.
Tobacco is the number one cause of preventable death in the United States, killing approximately 480,000 Americans per year.
New research suggests dietary sugar impacts heart health more than salt.
According to a new study, early stage breast cancer patients may be receiving longer courses of radiation than necessary.
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The FDA says the vaccine has the potential to prevent about 90-percent of cervical, vulvar, vaginal and anal cancers.
Flu outbreaks are popping up across the country.
Not only was the campaign highly successful in helping people quit, it was also cost effective.
Andy Crocker, from the Texas A&M AgrLife Extension Service has some ways to deal with the holiday blues.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers reviewed 16 studies examining the link between alcohol sales regulations and rates of domestic violence.
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Researchers asked a group of young adults to drink a beverage containing either glucose or high fructose corn syrup then tracked their brain activity as they viewed images of food.
Over 500 middle school students were enrolled in training that focused on improving memory, inferential thinking and reasoning.
Two preliminary studies into medications under development may offer some hope for women with advanced breast cancer.
A new hospital gown developed by the Henry Ford Innovation Institute strives to take patient care and decency to an all new high.
In 2011 rules changed, cutting the maximum consecutive hours worked from 30 to anywhere from 16 to 28.
Despite large declines in smoking rates, cigarettes still cause about one-third of cancer deaths in the United States.
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A research team surveyed more than 2,500 young people ages 15 to 23 during the 2010-2011 school year.
New research shows male and female breast cancer differ from each other.
The "World Malaria Report" says the number of people dying from Malaria across the world has fallen by almost half since 2000.
Researchers analyzed data from nearly 800 low-income women and found that one-third of those with normal weight before pregnancy became overweight or obese a year after childbirth.
Many Americans taking narcotic painkillers are being prescribed a potentially dangerous mixture of medications.
A Johns Hopkins study reveals almost half of children in the US are exposed to at least one traumatic or stressful event, like a divorce, parent death, violent act or economic hardship.
Experts say preeclampsia may affect the developing brain of a fetus.
An Atlanta theater company is giving those with disabilities a chance to shine.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, bacteria can grow on some foods within two hours unless refrigerated.
Drinking too much alcohol may increase your risk of health problems but a new study says red wine in particular could help prevent cancer.
A small new study suggests a link between a chemical in the lining of canned goods and an increase in blood pressure.
According to the Humane Research Council, the most common motives for ending a vegetarian diet were social pressure and a lack of community support.
A study suggests people who have surgery to repair a tear in the meniscus of the knee may be more prone to arthritis.
The boy was hit in the chest with another player's helmet during practice. He did not faint or become dizzy, but went to the ER within a half hour because of chest pain and heart palpitation.