Health & Wellness
Study suggests effect from helpful microbes in yogurt, supplements, but more research is needed
A new survey on access to guns by people with dementia finds that caregivers and family members of people being evaluated for cognitive problems did not consistently remove guns from their homes or keep them locked up.
Xolair found safe, effective for reducing symptoms, study finds
Older age, past stroke among factors that boost short and long-term odds of post-op stroke, study finds
But too many children and teens remain obese, experts say
Expectant moms' use of nicotine-replacement therapy could also spell problems for kids, study suggests
Findings suggest genetics play a bigger role than environment in risk of disorder
Messages about safe sex may be falling on deaf ears, researcher notes
More than half surveyed said the water pipes weren't dangerous
Study of over 1 million women suggests it could be stand-alone screening method
Gaining weight as you head into middle age? It happens to a lot of people. But you can outsmart middle-age weight gain. Find out how at WebMD.
Should work much like sunscreen SPF labels, telling users how much protection they will get, agency says
WebMD offers tips for eating on the go with type 2 diabetes.
Study found moms who returned to part-time work were better able to meet their goals
Fivefold rise in cases reported at community hospitals over five years, study finds
Half Of Texas Abortion Clinics Close Due To State Law
Deaths from AIDS-related causes, heart disease and liver disease have all dropped
WebMD offers advice to help lose weight for good this time.
Alcohol plus Red Bull-type beverages might lead to binge-drinking, researcher suggests
WebMD offers tips for choosing a healthy breakfast cereal.
Biggest Insurer Drops Caution, Embraces Obamacare
New research suggests checking your cholesterol even if you’ve eaten gives you similar information.
An in-depth investigation has concluded that people who smoke marijuana are much more likely to have paranoia than people who don't use the drug.
Talk with your doctor about whether or not you should keep taking it, expert advises
Women choosing the procedure gained just one to seven extra months of life over 20 years, researchers say
Though it lowered levels of compound associated with mental decline, no difference seen in thinking skills
Finding suggests damage may be present even after obvious symptoms are gone
Specialty Care Is A Challenge In Some ACA Plans
Experts urge caution in interpreting study results
Study finds they seem to improve survival for people taking 'water pill' diuretics
Number of new infections, deaths declining, while more with HIV getting lifesaving medications
Pregnant Workers Get More Protection Under New U.S. Guidelines
Abnormal levels of certain protein are more common in affected patients, study reports
Survey finds 3 out of 4 are getting these healthy foods each day
But, rate of brain attacks among those younger than 65 unchanged
As cancer screening becomes more common, more apparently healthy people are told they may have early-stage cancer. Harm comes from overtreatment and false-positive results. Are lives really saved? WebMD investigates.
Obamacare Help Was In High Demand, Survey Shows
Improved heart health may be one reason for decline seen in some developed countries
Study found strong association between higher intake and lower odds for ALS
They're more likely to smoke, binge drink, but also more likely to get regular exercise
The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, ranked first on the 2014 U.S. News & World Report list of best U.S. hospitals, also capturing half of the top spots for 16 specialty areas.
Study says DNA between close friends is as similar as that between 4th cousins
Doctors suggest widely varying treatments; second opinion vital, experts say
Study finds people may stop taking heart medications if the drug's appearance changes
But it's too early to recommend any change in treatment, researcher says
About one-third of Alzheimer's disease cases are preventable, according to research by the University of Cambridge.
Study also finds risk factors for sleep-related death vary with baby's age
Experts recommend medications be administered in milliliters only
New study says maybe, but the reason why isn't yet clear
Social support might be the key, researcher says
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