Health & Wellness
Regimens seem to cut down on seizures but are hard to stick to long-term, study shows
But the overall risk is small, researchers say
But health agency says epidemic in West Africa is far from under control
WebMD asked three experts to address the questions they most often get about egg freezing.
Eat lots of fruits and veggies, get exercise, limit salt and don't smoke, experts say
Study finds they're more likely than men to delay seeking medical help
Link between phthalates and possible defect needs more study, researcher says
Instead of reduction in fractures, study suggests higher risk of heart disease, cancer
Study finds inaccurate readings in small percentage of patients
Repeat episodes of vaginosis no less likely with supplements, says study
Head of World Bank urges thousands of medical professionals to travel to West Africa to fight outbreak
Researchers find this commonly used medication controls blood sugar for many
Baby Wipes Recalled Due to Possible Bacteria
Move is designed to have uniform procedures across the U.S., but states aren't obligated to follow them
Active seniors should take measures to protect their head, expert says
Parents report a spoonful of agave nectar or flavored water reduced symptoms
But most babies don't show symptoms, study says
Children 5 to 9 years old hardest hit, study finds
Health care workers returning from West Africa can now spend confinement at home
More Than 31,000 Pounds of Chicken Products Recalled by Company Surgeons Transplant First Non-Beating Heart
Fewer side effects reported with the over-the-counter pain reliever
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders may affect about 5 percent of U.S. children
Move follows diagnosis of a New York City doctor, but many experts say rule is excessive
Findings don't apply to regular chocolate or hot cocoa, however
Many don't have enough staff, training or equipment to control often deadly virus, experts say
Current assessment methods were poor at predicting risk for those 50-54 in study
Expert offers tips to compensate for reduced light exposure
But other experts doubt that a herpes infection could cause the brain disease
Getting too much, too little may raise chances of inflammatory bowel condition
Although levels are below government limits, scientists believe it contributes to antibiotic resistance
Chromium, styrene implicated in preliminary study
Study bolsters the dual-allergen-exposure theory, expert says
Australian doctors say they've made a breakthrough in the area of heart transplants that could save the lives of many more patients.
New York City doctor Craig Spencer was diagnosed with Ebola after his return from Guinea working with Doctors Without Borders.
Girls' risk of being overweight may be more than tripled, study finds
Yale team foresees 90,000 deaths in one Liberian county alone by Dec. 15
Study focuses on macular degeneration, the leading cause of vision loss in older Americans
No threat foreseen from public sniffles, coughs
Reliving the death of a loved one can help survivors, researchers say
But cesarean rates vary widely across the country
Assured Brand Naproxen Sodium Tablets Recalled
President Barack Obama has taken heat for picking former White House aide Ronald Klain -- someone without any medical or public health credentials -- to coordinate the federal government's response to Ebola.
Survey conducted prior to implementation of Affordable Care Act, however
But experts find the study too small, problem too rare to be of concern
Americans need fewer trans and saturated fats, and more omega-3 fatty acids
Emailing pics of eczema lesions to physicians worked nearly as well as in-person visits, researchers say
But many were happy with their own doctors, researchers report
Expectant parents can be reassured by findings, researchers say
Kent Brantly, the first person to be treated for and recover from Ebola in the U.S., donated his blood -- and the potentially lifesaving proteins it contains -- to treat other Ebola patients.
Getting rid of extra pounds has long been a goal for people who want to improve their health and appearance. But a different type of fat -- called brown fat -- may help us lose weight.
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