Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Fri, Jul 25, 2014 1:05 PM
The previously unknown, ancient virus is remarkably widespread and could play a role in obesity and diabetes.
New German study finds that people taking this type of generic diabetes medication were less likely to develop diabetes.
New study finds that women using this type of IUD are 19 percent more likely to develop breast cancer than the general population.
New study leads health experts to believe that the rising temps of climate change will cause a major increase in painful kidney stones.
Researchers attempt to understand which components of a healthy lifestyle can really help you live a longer life.
A groundbreaking study links a subcategory of autism to a specific genetic mutation called CHD8.
While doctors are disappointed to find traces of HIV in the nearly 4-year-old child, that she remained HIV-free for two years is an encouraging sign for the experimental treatment.
Study participants chose to self-administer an electric shock to themselves rather than sit alone for just 6 to 15 minutes.
Pesky insects can be a real pain during summer outdoor activities, but these simple remedies ease the aftermath of a close encounter.
New research finds that a combination approach may be the best way for smokers to kick the habit.
Suffering from hot flashes, fatigue, insomnia or anxiety? Hormonal imbalance could be to blame — try these natural remedies to get things back on track.
The majority of the race will remain within France's borders, but for the first time, organizers moved the first 3 stages across the English Channel.
Studies show that complex and creative activities like knitting, cake decorating or crossword puzzles can create a non-medicinal, feel-good high.
For the first time, researchers discover how to shut down consciousness … and then fire it back up.
Probiotics are found in an increasing number of foods, but are all probiotics created equal?
New study may help doctors and patients find a better balance between diabetes control and quality of life.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.