Take care of your health with the latest news on fitness & well-being, allergies and healthy lifestyle choices.
Wed, Jul 30, 2014 3:16 PM
Cases of deadly skin cancer have increased 200 percent since the early '70s.
For the last 20 years, a kidney disease has been killing off agricultural workers in Central America. The cause of the deaths is unknown.
Princess Leia is back!
Celebrate National Women's Health Week with a visit to your doctor to discuss these important health factors.
Actor reveals that he had yet another cancerous growth removed from his nose last week.
The CDC recommends that men who sleep with men get screened for syphilis with a blood test at least once a year, with more frequent screening recommended for those who have multiple partners.
Doing short bursts of intense exercise for 30 minutes before meals can help to control blood glucose throughout the day, a new study shows.
From the soil to chicken guts to Arctic snow, scientists are working to better understand bacteria to keep us healthy.
These serious fitness regimens got their start keeping the armed forces fit, but now everyone can get in on the action.
From basketball grannies to seniors who surf, the silver set is redefining the concept of aging.
Actress, currently battling terminal cancer, stresses need for advancing cancer screenings and treatment.
Actor pursued a thinner frame from his starring role in the musical 'Hedwig And The Angry Inch'.
A geneticist shares her insights into what science has taught us in this fact-packed TED talk on autism spectrum disorder.
Actor transforming his body to take on the role of Chris Kyle in the Clint Eastwood pic 'American Sniper.'
Health experts warn that antibiotic-resistance could lead to a resurgence of life-threatening diseases that were once easily cured.
A new report shows that few kids are reaching the recommended goal of 60 minutes of moderate physical activity per day, spending most of their time sedentary.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.