Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Tue, Oct 21, 2014 1:16 PM
U2 rock star recently admitted he suffers from the condition, which can cause extreme light sensitivity and even blindness.
New evidence suggests that deforestation and increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are creating a meaner poison ivy.
Natural resources will help science find cures for most of the ailments that afflict humankind.
Bike cafes are popping up all over London, providing refreshment, repairs and places to meet fellow members of a burgeoning two-wheeled community.
Gene therapy is an effective long-term treatment for SCID babies, but it contributes to the development of leukemia.
Past studies have come to conflicting conclusions, with some linking coffee to a heightened risk of prostate cancer and others showing no relationship.
The virus that causes AIDS has proved to be a tough, wily, mutating foe.
Research shows athletes improve performance by simply rinsing their mouths with a carbohydrate solution.
Nocturnal pests invade lingerie store in Manhattan.
Non-whites with melanoma are diagnosed later, and are thus more likely to die from the disease.
Women who use more chemical cleaning products could have double the risk of developing breast cancer.
Video: Podiatrist Suzanne Levine and Avril Graham of Harper's Bazaar discuss why your hot pair of high heels may be hazardous to your health.
Researchers find new gel reduces the chance of getting AIDS by 39 percent and the risk of genital herpes by 51 percent.
Post-traumatic epilepsy, as the seizure disorder is known, is common after brain injuries sustained in battle.
Turmeric, a widely available and popular spice, can keep the brain sharp -- naturally.
An interview with Mark Pendergrast about his suspenseful new book.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.