Since 2006, John Foret has been involved in muscle activation. It's a non-invasive technique designed to help restore muscle imbalances for those with minor aches, chronic pains, or injury.
Physical therapy may be just as effective as surgery at relieving the symptoms of Spinal Stenosis
You are usually either one or the other, an early bird that rises with the sun or a night owl that stays up until the wee hours. But which is better for your health?
Sammy Alcala III pleaded guilty today in federal court to possession with intent to distribute meth.
The United States spends four billion dollars a year on unnecessary medical costs due to mammograms that generate a false positive and on breast tumors that are unlikely to cause problems.
Australian researchers looked at more than 200,000 people over the age of 45 and found those who got at least some high-intensity exercise at an intensity that makes them sweaty and winded may reduce their chances of premature death by 13-percent.
Commercial weight-loss programs may help you lose weight but they may not help you keep it off for the long term.
Higher alcohol taxes in Illinois are associated with a decrease in alcohol-related car crash deaths.
The first nationwide survey of children with ADHD finds almost half of preschoolers take medication for the condition.
Being lonely and feeling isolated may increase the chance of an early death.
A study from California Pacific Medical Center suggests overweight girls may be more likely than their slimmer peers to develop colon cancer later in life.
New research may help doctors identify which teenagers may benefit from an intervention before they are involved in gun violence.
If you're a parent, the one thing you'll want to make sure your little leaguer doesn't get is arm pain from throwing the ball.
A new study finds that some breast milk available for purchase online may be harmful to babies.
Feeling under the weather? There are some foods that can make you feel a bit better!
With summer season fast approaching, you may be thinking of hitting the gym to slim your shape for swim season but did you know that regular exercise can also make you look years younger?
Video games may not make kids more aggressive.
Doctors didn't have a clue why the 56-year-old man would have such extensive kidney damage until he told them he drank 16 glasses of iced tea every day.
A study of food sold at grocery stores finds many products cannot meet the government sodium restrictions to be labeled a "healthy" product.
A study suggests people going through chemotherapy may want to avoid fish oil supplements.
France's lower house of Parliament passed a measure banning excessively thin fashion models and exposing modeling agencies and the fashion houses that hire them to possible fines and even jail time.
When modern medicine stops working doctors may need to turn to an ancient remedy for infections.
Bans on texting while driving may be preventing some serious traffic accidents.
Johns Hopkins researchers presented babies with familiar objects, like a ball. The babies weren't too impressed when the ball rolled down a ramp and then stopped at a wall, as expected.
We are just a few days away from Easter and as you prepare the Easter baskets for your kids there are ways to make them healthier.
If a holiday meal this weekend includes a big dinner it doesn't have to derail your diet.
This work looked at how behavioral therapy, medications and dietary supplements are used to treat ADHD in children four to 17-years-old.
Early research shows a highly personalized vaccine can spur an immune response in people with advanced melanoma.
More people are dying of heart disease and stroke worldwide than did 25 years ago.
A new analysis of a national health and nutrition survey that evaluated the eating patterns of over 3,000 children found that ditching lunch is common among children ages 4-13.
Women who are overweight as children and teens may have a greater risk of colon cancer as they age no matter what their current weight is.
A new study suggests too much time in front of the TV could increase the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Night owls may also face a higher risk of diabetes.
The Shigella Bacteria spreads easily and can cause diarrhea, stomach pain and fever.
More than three million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed in the United States each year, making it the most common type of cancer. Many people with darker skin tone may think they aren't at risk however skin cancer can strike anyone.
Researchers identified just over 5,000 military suicide deaths between 2001 and 2009 and found deployed personnel were at no greater risk than those who did not deploy.
Nearsightedness or Myopia, begins in childhood and affects about one in three adults.
Researchers are developing socks with heat-sensitive fabric to help diabetics.
Scientists in Germany say first test results of a Canadian-developed Ebola vaccine have shown it's effective.
Acetaminophen does not appear to help ease lower back pain. It also appears to offer little relief for the most common form of arthritis.
Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco analyzed results from more than 15,000 women screened for fetal trisomy disorders.
While there's been progress in some cancer prevention efforts in recent years a new study shows there's still room for improvement.
About 84-percent had survived at least five years after their diagnosis but 70-percent were dealing with a mild or moderate chronic condition.
Early research shows a new blood test may be able to safely predict the severity of food allergies.
Three leading groups of heart experts issue updated guidelines that set blood pressure goals for people with heart disease.
Almost a quarter of the powerful narcotic painkillers prescribed for chronic pain are misused and the rate of addiction among patients is nearly ten percent.
Getting a cancer diagnosis can be frightening. Many patients need a little guidance as to what comes next. That's where a nurse navigator can help.
The National Institutes of Health says nearly one-third of us suffer from some form of insomnia and about fifteen to twenty percent of people battle chronic sleep deprivation each night.
You might be tired but believe it or not, a tired brain may be the most creative.
Experts say this could be a sign that current stroke prevention methods are working.