Health & Wellness
Frostbite can permanently damage your fingers, toes, and more. WebMD gives you tips on the symptoms and what to do about it.
New research challenges the idea that sitting for long periods raises the risk of early death, even for people who are otherwise healthy. WebMD has the details.
Discomfort usually subsides just by staying active, experts say
Drinking multiple cups of black tea (as opposed to green or other tea) with or without milk is linked to lower odds of a bone break in older women, a new study finds.
But don't stop on your own if doctor recommended them, experts say
Doctors often overlook dietary advice, experts say
Expert group advises ambulatory or home monitoring before starting treatment
But researchers add that it's critical to expand vaccination base
Having a daily glass of red wine modestly improved some measures of heart health, a study shows.
WebMD explains how to prepare your house so that you can have a smooth recovery from surgery when you return from the hospital.
WebMD explains what to expect on the day you get sent home from the hospital after surgery.
WebMD has advice on how to get tips from your surgeon about how to prepare for your operation.
WebMD explains what you need to consider if you're trying to figure out if surgery is the right treatment for you.
But researchers say that education and practice can dramatically improve health care worker hygiene
Moderately increased glucose could be cause for concern, study suggests
Study finds lithium can benefit pediatric patients, at least for the short term
Researchers link warm-weather birthdays to taller adult height, later puberty
Still, too many babies are born that way, expert says
Shortage of child psychiatrists helps explain findings, expert says
Parents should take measurements to ensure seats fit properly inside vehicle, researchers advise
Study found variants determine where body fat is stored, regulation of fat cells
Lumpectomy plus radiation results in nearly 90 percent survival over 10 years, study says
Outbreaks of measles, hepatitis A could be prevented if people were fully immunized, researchers say
The idea might fill you with horror, but there is a growing interest in the potential benefits of using insects in food. WebMD explains.
Talk therapy is a popular treatment for depression, but does it work as well as doctors thought? A new study says maybe not. WebMD asks mental health experts to weigh in on the subject.
Illness can lower blood pressure, lead to dizziness, researchers say
Results show how misunderstood the conditions are, researchers say
Organic Produce Reduces Pesticide Levels in Kids
Organic Cheese Recalled by Whole Foods Market
Patients and loved ones found greater comfort spending final days together in familiar place
Associated with abnormal number of chromosomes in a cell, it's also linked to failed fertility treatments
Chronic skin disorder linked to increase risk for heart attack and stroke
Researchers able to make accurate predictions 70 percent of time in study of twins
New analysis counters prior notion that tumor removal is useless in such cases, experts say
Researchers point to lower vaccination rates in explaining the troubling trend
WebMD has details on the first six human infections in the U.S. of a worm that goes by the scientific name Onchocerca lupi.
Odds for the disease are also climbing faster among women than men, research shows
Leafy greens, brightly colored veggies such as orange peppers also may stave off macular degeneration
Small study found a short stroll restored blood flow in legs after hours of sitting in a chair
Researchers say goal is to reduce hospital admissions, medical costs
But link between N-acetylcysteine and melanoma progression needs more study
But researchers only found a connection, not cause-and-effect link
This isn't an excuse for females to gain extra pounds, researcher says
Experts note future prevention efforts need to target this group
Menopausal women who have lots of hot flashes could face a higher risk for early-stage heart disease, a new study suggests. WebMD explains.
Expert says that the life changes that follow can make it hard for these patients to cope
And the drug modestly reduced people's pain scores
Four deaths have also been linked to tainted cucumbers, CDC officials report
Despite advances in treatment, finding smaller tumors linked to better results
Researchers in Denmark report a success rate of about 30 percent
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