A new study reveals smoking cigars is not a safe alternative to cigarettes.
Pediatricians are reminding parents that babies should sleep in a crib - not a carseat, swing or bouncer.
A new study finds more than half of foods advertised to children don't meet government nutrition guidelines.
The world's first malaria vaccine could soon be approved by international regulators for use in Africa after final trial data showed it offered partial protection for up to four years.
A new study reveals many breast cancer patients who are eligible for a lumpectomy still choose to have a mastectomy.
Customer feedback has prompted PepsiCo to drop the artificial sweetener Aspartame from Diet Pepsi.
Slightly more than half of middle-aged adults and seniors in the united states take daily aspirin therapy.
Many suffering with infertility issues feel like they are all alone doctors say that is simply not true.
Summer is a time for fun- but one wrong move and it can change your life. We talk diving safety.
A new study suggests people with more demanding jobs may survive longer after being diagnosed with front-temporal dementia.