Health & Wellness
Kids with ASDs didn't change their sniff response when odors were unpleasant
Study suggests non-genetic factors may be what increases risk
But, due to aging population, actual number of cancer deaths is rising
Study finds genes that determine eye color line up along ones tied to alcohol abuse
WebMD explains how to talk to a sexual partner about your hep C. Plus, learn the best ways to protect them from catching the virus.
When you have hepatitis C, being tired -- really tired -- can be a fact of life. But you can take certain steps to boost your energy.
The FDA is investigating the safety of using medicines containing codeine to treat coughs and colds in children under 18, because of the potential for serious problems like slowed or difficult breathing.
WebMd offers some home remedies to treat your chronic hives.
Hour of rest during the day seemed to ease impulsiveness and frustration, researchers report
If ingested, stray wire bristles can pierce throat, intestines, public health experts warn.
Chemo improvements have likely played a role, researchers say
Study found little difference between menopause types, but black women had less advantage than white
These prescription meds have been available for years, but safety, quality are concerns
That sparkling blue water looks cool and inviting on a scorching summer day. But do you really know what you’re getting when you dive in the pool?
Scientists say they have accidentally found a possible treatment for eczema and rheumatoid arthritis.
Study shows rise in prescriptions for the powerful medications, even though they're not OK'd for this use
Study finds it's possible, but more research is suggested
WebMD explains how getting the right nutrients can boost your bone strength and help prevent osteoporosis.
WebMD describes exercises that can help you build up your bones if you have osteoporosis.
WebMD explains what kind of exercises you should do after you broke a bone due to osteoporosis.
Shrinkage seen in region where new memories are made
Women and minorities with atrial fibrillation less likely to receive standard of care, study says
In one state, only one from 183 diagnosed cases met reporting criteria for CDC
For serious grass allergy, shots may be more effective, researcher says
But these subtle changes aren't detectable to the human eye
Study finds 12 percent or fewer getting active surveillance
WebMD describes how warfarin compares to new blood thinners that are prescribed to prevent blood clots and stroke.
Experts stress that exercise, good diet help maintain memory as much as mental challenges do
CA Governor Signs Tough Vaccination Bill Into Law
Study authors think compounds in citrus may sensitize skin to sunlight, but further study needed
If clot-busting drugs don't work, device can be used to pull the blockage out through the artery
Is your heart racing or feel like it's skipping a beat? WebMD explains when it might be anxiety or caused by atrial fibrillation.
Study suggests making these resources easily accessible, affordable might cut odds of disease
Medicines that help our immune system fight off tumors are showing early success in a widening variety of cancers.
Continued interest surprises researchers
Avoid keeping sugary, high-calorie foods in the house, and encourage being active together
By marrying partners with employer health plans, people in same-sex relationships are more likely to gain coverage.
Nutrition experts endorse decision to drop restrictions, focus on quality of food instead
If pounds stayed off, bladder control improvement was seen after 3 years, researchers report
Small study suggests neural activity can point to patients who'll benefit most from psychotherapy
Drugs like Celexa, Prozac could undermine bone, research suggests
Researchers say speedy detection would dramatically improve containment efforts
In its first five years, the Affordable Care Act has survived technical meltdowns, a presidential election, two Supreme Court challenges -- including one resolved Thursday -- and dozens of repeal efforts in Congress. But its long-term future still isn’t ensured. Here are five of the biggest hurdles left for the law.
At least one expert questions whether improvements are due to the procedure
FDA Looking at Essure Birth Control Device Safety
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the tax credits, offered on Affordable Care Act insurance policies sold through Healthcare.gov, are legal.
Supreme Court decision to support it would also boost well-being of couples
Still, most second pregnancies lead to normal, healthy babies, experts say
Study shows potential for noninvasive tumor detection
Low score could be early warning sign for the disease up to 18 years before diagnosis, researchers report
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