Health & Wellness
Smoking, high blood pressure and cholesterol can age this vital organ, CDC says
WebMD knows that ragweed, hayrides, and apple picking can spur sneezes, a runny nose, hives, and more fall allergy symptoms.
Pure Powdered Caffeine a Serious Health Risk: FDA
Some people become obese because their cravings for food come built into the brain, according to new research. WebMD has the details.
Marijuana's gain in popularity may be due to widespread notion that it's harmless, researchers say
Type A. Workaholic. Burning the candle at both ends. Married to the job. If any of those describe your approach to your career, and you’re letting those vacation days pile up, know this: You may be setting yourself up for some serious health problems.
A surge in Medicaid enrollment drove down the uninsured rate in Colorado from 15.8 percent to 6.7 percent.
Pot Overtakes Cigarettes Among College Students
Higher tobacco taxes, tough messages contribute to falloff, experts say
Slimming down might delay dementia, research suggests
The actor dishes to WebMD about his new movies Cop Car and Black Mass, his fitness routine, and how he de-stresses on the set.
The TV host stays up late – and stays healthy, too. He dishes to WebMD.
The teen actor is still spreading sunshine -- and without any drama. She dishes to WebMD about her fitness routine and her new book.
To reduce your risk, take a break, stand up and walk around while watching, researcher suggests
Study finds an association, but can't prove cause and effect
Fewer than six hours a night linked to higher rate of illness, researchers say
But protective effect seems to last only about as long as exclusive nursing does
WebMD discusses the risks and benefits of testosterone therapy for men with low testosterone levels.
If you have COPD, your calorie requirements may be higher than you think. A person with COPD can burn 10 times as many calories breathing as a healthy person. Here are 11 feel-better foods and beverages that are rich in calories and nutrients.
Study found they lowered blood pressure in patients, were linked to better heart and vessel health
Researchers eye earlier detection of decline
Odds are highest in the month following the procedure, study finds
New study of more than 2,800 people with depression might give clearer clues to state of mind, experts say
Researchers say supposed cures don't chase away that woozy morning-after misery
Agency advises users with such symptoms to contact their doctor
WebMD article on 11 possible symptoms of heart problems that you may not be aware of, such as dizziness, fatigue, and nausea.
Bread Recalled Due to Possible Glass Fragments
Drinking about 16 ounces of water 30 minutes before meals can help with weight loss for obese adults, new research suggests.
High blood pressure, placental problems could be the connection, researchers say
Users should store liquid nicotine where small children can't find it, researchers say
Only association was seen, and older women shouldn't take the pill to treat symptoms, experts say
Trials showed Repatha slashed 'bad' LDL cholesterol levels in those who couldn't tolerate statins
Genetics might play a key role in the findings, researchers say
In study of those under 50 with invasive form of disease, 12 percent had BRCA1, BRCA2 mutations
Health officials call the finding heartening, but worry about lingering opposition to inoculations
FDA Warns 3 Cigarette Companies Over Claims
But researcher says high cost, need to get shots in clinics make it an unlikely osteoporosis treatment
Researchers don't know if the drugs signal developing disease, or contribute to it
Three minutes every half hour for three hours lowered blood sugar levels, study says
This WebMD story offers reasons why children are feeling stressed and what parents can do to help.
If left undetected, it can lead to liver failure and even death, study authors note
Researcher suggests firstborns may have decreased blood supply, nutrients in womb
Clot risk doesn't appear to rise without additional drug treatment, study finds
Finding based on nearly 2,100 older adults who were assessed annually for more than 10 years
Early fall seems to be best time for immunization, researchers say
Combining Cialis, blood pressure med helped patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension
More people with HIV are living longer than in the past. Read how HIV affects aging and how to plan for getting older if you have HIV.
Circulating tumor DNA analysis spots stray cells months before scans detect recurrence, researchers say
Interim guidance issued in response to study that found exposure lowered chances of allergy by 80 percent
One of two new studies suggests marijuana use in teen years might be more harmful for males
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