Health & Wellness
A new study suggests that people walk more cautiously when they text, and they're no more likely to trip over obstacles than those who don't use their mobile phone while walking.
Tamsulosin is especially helpful with larger stones, while smaller ones may pass on their own, study finds
They focused on telomere length, discovered association
Having ADHD can make you feel paranoid. Explore a personal story of one man's experience with adult ADHD.
Herbal remedy isn't regulated, and can have side effects and serious drug interactions
Inflated with sterile solution and kept in stomach for no more than 6 months, it makes people feel full
Researchers say findings could help identify people at risk for alcholism
Boy, 8, lost limbs because of severe infection
But one stone increases odds for more, study found
Risk remains even for women who get to a healthy size, researchers say
Four Kroger Brand Spices Recalled
WebMD asks a food writer how she deals with a diabetes diagnosis – without derailing her career.
Gains seen in how many adults have medical coverage, a doctor and say they are in better health
WebMD has a diabetes expert answer your questions about prediabetes.
Whether you're on a dinner date or spending a night out with friends, WebMD knows that type 2 diabetes doesn't need to intrude like an unwanted guest.
Sometimes nibbling is better than gorging. Likewise, experts say divvying up your workouts into exercise "snacks" can be a wise idea. WebMD explains.
An 80-year-old British man has become the first person to receive a bionic eye transplant to treat dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD). WebMD has the details.
Diabetes news and statistics from WebMD.
The top ways of keeping your kids from getting sick are washing hands and getting those flu shots.
Experiencing lower-limb muscle fatigue daily may have long-term consequences, study suggests
Study finds diabetes, smoking and obesity also affect brain areas tied in memory
Outbreak Linked to This in Mexican Cilantro Fields
Diabetes can harm one of your most prized assets: your eyesight. But WebMD says vision problems are not inevitable.
Dial back just a few digits on your bathroom scale, and WebMD says you'll likely get your blood sugar levels in check and feel better overall.
WebMD's crash course for parents dealing with a child's diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes.
Form could be filled out during visit to family doctor, and patient could be referred for follow-up care
Wide fluctuations between doctor visits tied to raised odds of heart disease, early death, study says
If you were recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, you'll need to learn all about blood sugar testing. WebMD Magazine has the details.
You can put together healthy meals in minutes when you've got a well-planned pantry and freezer. WebMD Magazine has the details.
Stomach flu isn’t really a ‘flu.’ It’s gastroenteritis and can be caused by bacteria, a virus, or a parasite.
Do you hate to exercise? You might not have tried the right type yet. WebMD tells how to find exercise that you'll enjoy and stick with.
Risk is highest for those who use social media site to compare themselves to friends, study finds
For kids with a common hearing problem, procedure may be an alternative to antibiotics, drainage tubes
Insulin resistance can inhibit signaling between brain cells and affect memory, study suggests
Whether you’re heading to a national park, a beach, or hiking the trails near home, these tips from WebMD will help you enjoy the great outdoors and stay safe.
Experts want greater regulation of these nicotine-containing products
Tips from family or media can run counter to expert guidelines on vaccines, breast-feeding
How can you tell the difference between a cold and a sinus infection? And how do you treat them?
How can you figure out what’s causing your sore throat?
Cold and flu season brings on hacking coughs that can leave your chest aching. But allergies, asthma, acid reflux, dry air, smoking, and even some medications can also cause chronic cough. Try WebMD's five tips to manage your cough at home.
Study finds two years of less addicting tobacco didn't increase quit rates
Snuggle up! Getting enough sleep can help your beauty routine when you have a cold.
WebMD shares facts on 9 childhood illnesses you may not know about: RSV, fifth disease, croup, scarlet fever, impetigo, Kawasaki disease, Reye's syndrome, whooping cough, and hand, foot, and mouth disease.
Does sex change after drastic weight loss? Are couples happier after one partner loses weight? Two women share their stories with WebMD.
WebMD explains what an addictive personality is and whether you might have one.
Food manufacturers will be required to tell consumers how much sugar is added to their products and show how the amount compares to recommended daily limits, under new changes to nutrition labels proposed by the FDA on Friday.
Odomzo is a pill for locally advanced basal cell carcinoma
Having access to legal source of pot was linked to greater addiction risk than buying drug illegally
Sushi Linked to Salmonella Outbreak: CDC
Study finds lower risk for people born after 1930 compared to those born earlier
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