Health & Wellness
Is this smokeless tobacco product safe to use? Here’s how snus stacks up.
Small study says yes, for a certain type of recognition
A third of cases would vanish if people stayed trim and didn't drink, cancer experts say
Three distinct changes occur in the brain, scientists find
If all 4 are confirmed, they would be first instances of mosquito-borne infection in continental United States
Potentially fatal infection is found in Southwest U.S. and is often misdiagnosed, specialists say
Although treatment seems safe, benefit isn't yet clear
WebMD examines ways you can keep your liver in good shape.
Study found risk of early death dropped when physical activity levels went up
Shared habits and environment contribute to heart disease, high blood pressure and depression, study reports
Nicotine patches, Zyban helped 4 out of 5 women, study says
Dutch case finds woman's infection in South America may have spurred her pregnancy loss
Also, many aren't child-resistant, which poses a risk to youngsters
Money raised during the online campaign helped scientists spot gene linked to deadly nerve disease
Levels depend on type and age of device, and they increase as it heats up
When full-contact practices were limited, blows to the head dropped, study found
Up to 40% of people who should get a test for colon cancer aren’t doing so.That’s one of the reasons why some doctors are encouraged by Cologuard, a new at-home test for colon cancer.
Those with this pattern were more likely to live past 90, study suggests
Increases in fitness levels were associated with greater longevity
Concerns raised as health insurers automatically move members of their marketplace or individual plans who are eligible for Medicare.
We all vomit. But why does it happen? When should I see a doctor? How can I stay comfortable? We’ve got your answers.
Could the Military Diet really work for you? Learn the facts about the diet.
Kids need to learn about nutrition. Start the conversations about the best way to choose healthy foods.
Targeted approach appears to preserve mental functioning
Missed disease identification seems more likely in men, who may develop thinking problems earlier
Fluoroquinolones such as Cipro, Levaquin should be reserved for life-threatening infections
Researchers found it boosted cellular aging by an average of 6 percent
Sure, a smartphone can buy you a few minutes of quiet time. But here’s why young kids need screen-time limits -- and how to set them.
With a few easy changes, you can get your kids to slow down, eat when they’re hungry, and enjoy their food.
There's currently less than a 5-day supply, group says
Derailed by a school break or family trip? Here’s how to get everyone in your house back on schedule.
But dermatology experts disagree and worry opportunities to save lives will be missed
Risk of dying dropped almost one-quarter over 7 years in those who got the vaccine
Placement of IUD, contraceptive implant after delivery helps prevent accidental pregnancy, doctors advise
General Mills Expands Flour Recall
News reports have led many consumers to blame drugmakers for the rapidly rising costs of some commonly used generic drugs. But changes made by insurers often play a major role, too.
Risk of death from blood clot rises along with TV time, study finds
Staff training can help eliminate inappropriate practices in nursing homes, study says
Those active about 2.5 hours a week had 25 percent lower disease risk than those who weren't, study found
Because it's winter in Brazil, mosquito activity has subsided
Don’t be fooled by the health halo that hangs over seemingly good-for-you foods. Many of them are anything but.
Large study should allay fears that procedure might play a role, researchers say
Researcher calls delay a 'lost opportunity' for treatment
Is dinner time stressful at your house? It doesn’t have to be. Try these tips to make your family’s meal more enjoyable for all.
Any sex partner, male or female, has potential to pass the virus on, agency says
Study suggests need for better management of other health problems
Cannabis-laced candy, baked goods look irresistible to kids, doctors warn
Many kids aren’t born knowing they want to play soccer or be on the cheerleading squad. Parents can help them find an activity that will keep them active.
Get yourself and your family fit without blowing up your daily schedule.
Sports may actually provide protective effect against opioid abuse
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