Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) helps alcoholics to become sober, but the program may affect men and women differently.
What you should know about sun damage to your eyes.
Lighting up and drinking go hand in hand on a night of revelry, but smoking can make hangovers worse.
Despite innovative techniques to keep premature babies healthy, death rates and lingering health problems among extremely preterm babies remained unchanged for decades.
Is our drinking water making us sick?
Researchers say they have a formula for divining which newborns are at highest risk of becoming obese during childhood.
As World AIDS Day approaches Dec. 1, public health experts are turning the focus on teens and young adults who make up a remarkably high proportion of HIV infections in the U.S.
A daily dose of exercise is good for both mind and body, but how much is enough?
It’s that time of year–the holiday season. That means plenty of reuniting, entertaining, and of course, eating. Whether you’re on the road or at a party, here are tips for not overdoing it this year.
After decades of focusing almost exclusively on treating HIV, public health experts are finally able to add more effective prevention strategies to curb spread of the disease.
Teens place a premium on muscular builds and are increasingly taking chances with their health to get them
Last week, 5-hour Energy came under fire after the New York Times reported the Food and Drug Administration received 13 reports of deaths possibly linked to the energy drink. The claims add to the five deaths reported to the …