Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Fri, Jul 11, 2014 5:04 PM
New study leads health experts to believe that the rising temps of climate change will cause a major increase in painful kidney stones.
This Canadian woman was sure she was having mini strokes, but her doctors didn't believe her. So she took a selfie video that may have just saved her life.
Country music star, in the best shape of his life at 47, gives his wife credit for the healthy living wake-up call.
Researchers isolate a gene mutation that might give a strong indication on whether or not a person will develop type 2 diabetes.
Chilean soccer fans are urged to do the unthinkable and kindly step away from their grills due to worsening air quality levels in Santiago.
PMS sufferers may not have as many problems with hot flashes when they hit menopause, but watch out for those other symptoms.
Researchers hope this device, dubbed the 'microwave helmet,' could be used by ambulance crews to diagnose a stroke en route to the hospital.
Occasional mowing may be making allergies worse in a city where vacant lots are a veritable bonanza for hay fever-triggering plants like ragweed.
New research finds some surprising reasons that people air all of that drama on Facebook.
Researchers may have found a way to encourage teeth to repair themselves. If it works, it just may silence that dreaded drill.
Two new studies find that taking steps to control sleep apnea may help lower your risk of heart disease.
Performer and women's health advocate appeals for 'more funding, more research and more attention for women’s heart disease.'
Cleaning your mattress will eliminate dead skin cells and mites, of course, but it might also improve the quality of your sleep.
On doctor's orders, the former Beatles frontman has been told to take more time to recover from a viral infection.
Study participants on higher doses of statins were 15 percent more likely to develop diabetes than those on lower doses.
The moles could be a marker of breast cancer risk is based on the relationship between, moles, cancer and sex hormones.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.