Health & Wellness
A one-size-fits-all approach to treating obesity doesn't work because obese people fall into one of six groups, a study says. WebMD reports.
What does it mean when someone identifies as transgender? What does transitioning entail?
Researchers recommend sleep disorder screening for patients with atrial fibrillation
Number of prescriptions, overdoses dropped, but heroin overdoses went up
Doctors should closely examine wrinkle-reliever packaging
Scientists in Italy say they have trained two dogs to “sniff out” prostate cancer with more than 90% accuracy. WebMD reports.
Keytruda, Yervoy and other medications harness immune cells to target cancers, experts say
But experts caution against starting to take it every day in hopes of preventing disease
Keytruda is already approved to treat melanoma
A tribe of Indians discovered in the remote mountains of Venezuela may have a lot to teach us about the connection between gut bacteria and our health.
Drug-resistant bacteria, dubbed "superbugs," pose an enormous threat to our health. Learn about the biggest threats and how you might get infected, from WebMD.
Scientists say they’ve created a blood test that can predict whether a woman will get breast cancer several years before the disease shows up.
Synthetic Pot Sends Hundreds to ERs in AL, MS
One-Third of Moms Have Kids Too Close Together
Low-lying states have rates up to 16 percent versus 6 percent in mountain regions
Researchers identify lethal strain of La Crosse virus in Tennessee patient
Some consumers who face a 2014 tax bill can make adjustments to improve their liability.
Research found the devices actually seemed to lower quit rates
Study found real improvements in quality of life once men got active
Federal health officials say the nicotine-based products pose major health threat to kids
Researcher urges physicians to take note of findings
Report says small number of cases reported in the United States
Levels of hormone that triggers bonding increase in dogs, owners during extended gazes, study shows
Pay attention to where cases are occurring
Officials say they will declare end if no new cases reported by Friday
Men who use muscle-building supplements containing creatine or androstenedione may have a higher risk of getting testicular cancer, according to a study published online in the British Journal of Cancer.
New Heart Failure Drug Approved by FDA
Use of chemical-cousin to 'bath salts' appears to be on the rise, experts say
Researchers say findings show need for regulations, such as mandatory listing of ingredients
Treating sleep issues may delay mental decline in older adults, researchers say
Current practice of only focusing on tumor samples might adversely affect care
2 Diabetes Drugs Should Carry Warning: FDA Panel
Glass Scare Spurs Beech-Nut Baby Food Recall
In study, people showed more muted responses to photos after taking pill best known as Tylenol
Each threatens brain health, and combination is worse, study suggests
Research suggests that needless delays in diagnosis, treatment, occur as a result
Future research will examine more families, different occupations
Is it a club drug or an antidepressant? WebMD explains the uses, benefits, and side effects of ketamine.
Early results indicate treatment can repair nerve damage
But remarriage, at least for women, did not lower risk
While parents often warn their teens about the dangers of drinking and driving and having unsafe sex, the message about getting too much sun is often overlooked, experts say.
High blood sugar might interfere with normal brain development, researcher says
New report also suggests quitting smoking, managing health conditions and socializing
Researchers say medications can cause bleeding, and may be unnecessary for those at low risk of stroke
FDA Issues Warning About Dietary Supplement
Report finds costs are highest they've been in a decade
Compounds in breath may signal chances of developing deadly disease, researchers say
Child and adult patients who took cannabidiol had big drop in seizure rates, study found
Anti-tobacco efforts should focus on these concerns, researchers say
But stronger bones did not translate into fewer fractures in this elderly, high-risk population
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