Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Wed, May 27, 2015 12:33 PM
The number of people undernourished around the globe has dropped from a high of more than 1 billion to less than 800 million, according to a United Nations report.
45 competitors from 22 countries will line up on an Arctic ice floe to tackle one of the world's most difficult 26.2-mile races.
Scientists think artistic endeavors keep neurons firing and brains healthy.
According to researchers, the FDA is not acting fast enough to remove these products from stores or warn consumers about the dangers of using them.
Ridiculously affordable trips to sunny locales have been linked to a rise in melanoma rates.
Researchers are studying the late president's speeches to develop early-warning tests for the disease.
Developing allergies from a transfusion is rare but not unheard of.
Getting the right amount of exercise can lead to true health benefits, but there are limits to what exercise can do for you.
The spice also helps reduce swelling and increase muscle strength, a study finds.
Those who suffer from the condition say symptoms include itchiness, chronic fatigue and unusual skin fibers.
Girls create the Safe & Sound app after hearing about a school shooting in their state.
Michelle Obama dances with Jimmy Fallon to promote the 5th anniversary of her Let's Move campaign.
For heavy drinkers, coffee may help reduce the risk of liver cancer by 14 percent, new research shows.
More athletes are testing themselves against nature in outdoor adventures ranging from island hopping in Sweden to tackling the Sahara Desert.
Scientists aren't sure what causes directional confusion, but it's somehow connected with the way the two halves of the brain divvy up functions.
New research shows that changes in your face are a better indicator of age than most DNA markers.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.