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.
A new study reveals that most babies feel pain like adults.
The Arthritis Foundation has a few suggestions to help you navigate the kitchen when arthritis pain makes cooking a challenge.
The FDA approved a new product that protects prostate cancer patients from the side effects of radiation.
It may be time to try and talk your boss into getting you one of these!
People with both atrial fibrillation and obstructive sleep apnea are less likely to have a recurrence of the heart rhythm disorder if they use a C-PAP mask.
People can smell if you're happy by the odor you give out when you sweat.
For years, Kraft made the bright yellow pasta with artificial preservatives and synthetic colors.
An experimental blood test is showing promise in the fight against cancer.
A new study suggests some Neonatal Intensive Care Units may be overusing antibiotics.
Children frequently have trouble swallowing pills but a new study reveals there are ways to make it easier.
In a early stage study, Keytruda shrank tumors in 19-percent of nearly 500 patients with advanced lung cancer.
Male bonding through team sports that's something only for young people, right? Not necessarily.
Kids with a certain heart rhythm disorder may be allowed to play sports after all.
The number of U.S. women diagnosed with breast cancer could rise by as much as fifty percent over the next fifteen years.
It's Boston Marathon day and that may leave many thinking about training for a marathon.
Regularly taking aspirin over several years may help prevent gastrointestinal cancers.
Delaware nurse recognized for her efforts to promote the healing benefits of pet therapy.
New FDA regulations may have you thinking twice before enjoying your next glass of wine.
Sudden deafness is an unexplained loss of hearing that can develop immediately or over a few days.
Researchers followed more than 2,000 New York City Fire Department employees deployed to the World Trade Center after the 2001 attacks.
A small study suggests drugs used to treat Melanoma could benefit patients with a specific type of lung cancer.
Objectifying images of women in magazines, television and movies are often attributed as a major factor when young women struggle with body image issues.
A stroke treatment worked so well in a new study the research was stopped early.
When it comes to tackling obesity, one size does not fit all.
Maple syrup may do more than make your pancakes taste great it may also help antibiotics become more effective.
The thin air of America's higher-elevation regions may reduce the risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
A common epilepsy drug may help protect and repair nerves in people with Multiple Sclerosis.
Using e-cigarettes may not help you kick the habit.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report basing their findings on 2011 birth certificates representing more than eighty percent of the nation's births this year.
Kansas State University researchers analyzed the food prep practices of more than one hundred people.
More than two million people are living with Multiple Sclerosis worldwide, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. We met one 55-year-old athlete who is not letting the disease slow her down.
When humans look into the eyes of a dog there is biological evidence their bond strengthens.
Nearly one in 10 full-time workers in the United States has had a recent substance abuse problem.
Roller skating is a fun activity, but when you add in a healthy dose of aggression it becomes roller derby!
The study is the first to look at how race and obesity jointly affect a man's risk of prostate cancer.
Among middle and high school students, e-cigarette use surpasses the use of every other type of tobacco product.
Hormone replacement therapies may have different influences on a woman's breast cancer risk.
New research finds women who breastfeed for at least three months are less likely to resume smoking after childbirth.