More and more men are turning to botox injections to help them look younger.
A comprehensive new federal report looks at trends over time in complementary health practices.
The experts also recommend changing the name to "systemic exertion intolerance disease."
Experts say wearable devices definitely inspire people to boost their physical activity but those who use their phones can get equal results.
A new study reveals more donor hearts are being rejected by transplant centers despite a desperate need for them.
Women and men, who smoke, may increase their unborn child's risk of diabetes.
Women who give birth prematurely, without being induced, may have double the risk of heart disease or stroke.
How to take the stress and pain out of getting your kids vaccinated.
If you are in the middle of a rough patch you may be inclined to head to the mall for a little retail therapy.
Doctors are learning more about why some younger and middle-aged woman have a tougher time recovering after a heart attack.
The research from Harvard compared two groups of girls, vaccinated and unvaccinated.
Researchers say they have pinpointed the most common triggers for severe low back pain.
A study of terminal cancer patients reveals eight physical signs that signal death may be imminent.
A new study reveals the use of oxytocin to stimulate labor does not increase a child's risk for ADHD.
The CDC says one-in-68 children has autism. There's no cure, but studies show early intervention and specialized learning environments can greatly improve a child's development.
The stresses of motherhood can take their toll, but there are ways to cope.
"I thought it was a heat stroke because 3 months prior to this, I had a heat stroke," says heart attack survivor Arlene Wilcox.
A new study finds elderly adults with unusually sharp memory and thinking skills have distinct brain differences compared to normal older people.
The current FDA standards are three years for implants and five years for IUD's but European studies have suggested they work longer.
It's well known that type one diabetics have shorter life expectancies than the general population, but researchers wanted to see if there was a gender difference.
"American Ninja Warrior" contestant and registered dietitian David Schwartz helps others live healthier lives.
A program in Alabama pairs cancer patients with experts to help navigate their treatment
If you're like most people you probably try to keep your house clean? Pick up here and there, clean it as often as you can or have time but how clean is your house really?
Changes in diet and lifestyle can greatly improve your heart's health.
A small new study suggests breastfeeding better prepares a baby's stomach for the transition to solid food.
A blood test can help determine if measles vaccinations given years ago are still effective.
C-Sections don't have to be the traumatic experience many might think it is, thanks to the "Gentle C."
Scientists at Columbia University have created a smartphone accessory that can diagnose HIV and other infectious diseases in minutes.
The drug, called Vyvanse, will be available for adults with moderate to severe forms of the overeating disorder.
Ibrance, which is manufactured by Pfizer, is an experimental treatment for advanced breast cancer.
Stroke victim told she'd never move or speak again finds her voice again thanks to music therapy.
There's no doubt that smoking is the biggest risk factor for chronic lung disease, but a new study suggests diet may also play an important role.
Tips to take care of your heart.
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A new study finds one in three people would risk early death rather than take a daily medication to prevent heart disease.
Triple negative breast cancer accounts for 15 to 20-percent of all breast cancers and strikes younger women more than other forms of the disease.
Ron Cothran says his weight loss surgery had complications, but he would do it again.
Researchers at the University of Missouri surveyed 700 students about how they used the social media site.
Researchers in London believe small wounds could contribute to the development of skin cancer.
Measles outbreak exposes a political rift over personal rights and public safety.
Study finds herbal supplements sold at major retailers don't contain any of the herbs listed as ingredients.
There's a growing concern over measles: New numbers from the CDC show the outbreak in this country has grown to 102 cases in 14 states.
Many kids are still exposed to secondhand smoke even though rates of exposure have fallen drastically in recent decades.
Even though the famous groundhog predicted another 6 weeks of winter the rest of us know weather patterns can change quickly.
A new survey reveals many Americans have poor knowledge about what foods might help prevent heart disease.
Natural changes in the body can make pregnancy uncomfortable, but drug free relief is possible.
Living with RA is a challenge. You'll hear what one woman copes with the illness.
It has been about a month since you made your New Year's resolution and it's a good time to check on your progress. If your goal was to lose weight and it just isn't working there could be many reasons why.
Researchers say the recommendations for screen use need to be updated as the use of smartphones and tablets increases.