Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Wed, Jan 28, 2015 12:02 PM
Milk has some health benefits, but it's not the only or best source of some nutrients.
Doctors are urging the FDA to be more proactive in regulating supplement manufacturers that fail to follow the agency's own guidelines.
Despite their lactose intolerance, these early Europeans still made yogurts and cheeses to eat.
U2 rock star recently admitted he suffers from the condition, which can cause extreme light sensitivity and even blindness.
A pioneering treatment makes Darek Fidyka the first person to recover from a severed spinal cord.
Earlier studies that linked vaccines and MS may have been the result of the vaccine accelerating the disease's progression in patients without visible symptoms.
The new rules give 'an increased margin of safety' as medical professionals interact with infected environments and patients.
A vivid new video follows skiers in LED-studded suits as they slice up Alaskan slopes after dark.
The Teal Pumpkin Project is encouraging homes to offer non-food treats to keep kiddie ghouls and goblins who have allergies safe.
We know photos in magazine ads and TV commercials are altered, but what about the Photoshopping on your friends' selfies?
Some kids — and adults — think these creepy jesters are no laughing matter.
Researchers identify a chemical in the plant that might improve certain behavioral symptoms associated with autism spectrum disorder.
It's not yet clear how a Dallas nurse acquired the virus, which is spread through contact with an infected person's bodily fluids.
Ebola may be dominating the headlines, but these are the illnesses that deserve your attention.
Breast cancer community criticizes Susan G. Komen foundation's decision to partner with an oilfield service company.
Take-home tests offer sleep apnea sufferers a more pleasant alternative to hospital lab studies.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.