Many people apparently can't interpret what all the information on a sunscreen label means.
While many of us enjoy being outdoors this time of year, it can be extremely dangerous for our pets.
Working memory, which develops throughout childhood and adolescence, is the system in the brain that helps with planning and making decisions.
Improved birth control counseling may significantly reduce unwanted pregnancies among young women.
Say goodbye to trans fat in your food. The Food and Drug Administration has officially banned the use of trans fat in all human food within three years.
Load up on the healthy stuff today.
Food and Drug Administration announces plan to remove artificial trans fats from foods over the next three years.
Researchers used a special type of MRI to compare concussion patients with and without symptoms of depression.
University of Texas scientists calculated the health effects of reducing particulate matter pollution - which is linked to three-million premature deaths each year.
New research finds your favorite treat is linked to a lower risk of heart disease and stroke.
Some appendicitis's can be treated with antibiotics.
Yard work may not be so easy on your back side.
It's a simple step that's helping patients recover faster from surgery.
Some hospitals are expanding midwives programs to accommodate demand.
A look at the best ways to ride out a hurricane.
A recent study estimates that nearly half of the deaths in 2011 from 12 adult cancers were linked to cigarette smoking.
A new study shows a recent increase in emergency room visits for teens with a self-inflicted injury.
The potential health outcomes from dabbing are still unknown, but the practice has been linked to fires, explosions and severe burns.
New study shows an app that alerts nearby CPR-experts can save lives.
It's "National Smile Power Day." A time to share a smile and reap the health benefits of sharing that happy face.
If you're hoping to lose weight, you may be better off letting someone else choose your diet plan.
The more babies breast-feed the less likely they may develop any misalignment in their teeth later in life.
If you woke up this morning feeling less than rested you may want to listen up.
A spinal implant to treat paralysis has been successfully tested on rats by scientists in Switzerland.
To discourage women from indoor tanning it's more effective to show them the dangers, rather than simply tell them.
More than half of kids and teens aren't drinking enough water according to a new Harvard study.
Summer is a time to be in the great outdoors but some of those things outside can bite and doctors say some of those bites can be very concerning.
You don't have to be a circus performer to glide through the air with the greatest of ease and get a great workout at the same time.
An Apple Watch app a day could keep the doctor away!
It sounds too dangerous to even consider replacing a woman's heart valve while she's pregnant. But doctors in Oregon say they had to do it to save a mom and her baby.
Researchers at the University of Washington in Seattle compared medical records with car accident reports.
Dutch researchers analyzed the nut consumption and mortality of over 100,000 senior citizens.
Researchers compared women enrolled in programs to help them manage diet and exercise during pregnancy to women who did not get these interventions.
New research has linked weekend screen time to poorer teen bone health but only in boys.
Women who are obese and postmenopausal may face a significantly higher risk of breast cancer.
Exceptional visual perception might be an early hallmark of autism.
A new study suggests the constant movement that's so common in kids with ADHD may actually help them in school.
Close to one out of every ten American men suffers with depression or anxiety but fewer than half get treatment for it.
Constipation can happen to anyone at anytime but doctors say there are some things you can do every day to decrease your risk.
If working in your yard is part of your chore list, doctors say there are simple steps you can take to avoid getting a sore back.
According to the Skin Cancer foundation, young men account for 40 percent of melanoma cases, but more than 60 percent of melanoma deaths.
We don't have to lose muscle mass as we age. With a little effort we can keep our muscles strong and firm as the years go by.
A mother's mission for safe sleep after losing son in tragic accident.
The report found that drinking among Americans age 12 to 20 dropped six percent between 2002 and 2013.
According to researchers, a person infected with MERS is estimated to transmit the sickness to less than one other person, so this disease does not spread quickly.
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A preliminary new study suggests there may be a link between certain heartburn medications and an increased risk for heart attack.
The findings support data from the Centers for Disease Control.
Researchers from Columbia University has found a connection between a person's birth month and the risk of health problems!
Women use these treatments for hot flashes, night sweat, anxiety, depression, stiff or painful joints, back pain, headaches, tiredness, and palpitations.