Another study is adding to the growing body of evidence that CT scans in childhood can be linked to cancer later on.
For the past five months, Rob Rhinehart has lived off Soylent, a milky mixture of vitamins and minerals he developed. He says it contains all the human body needs to be completely satiated and nutritionally balanced — and he …
Concussions are increasingly being diagnosed in kids — especially those participating in contact sports like football — and new research shows that having more than one concussion can prolong a child’s recovery.
After two attempted votes followed by computer glitches and giggles, the FDA panel to assess restrictions on the diabetes drug Avandia narrowly voted Thursday to modify the restrictions.
Scientists say they have discovered a gene that causes puberty to start unusually early.
To get drunk, people are getting creative. But a new form of drinking, known as “smoking” alcohol, has doctors concerned.
Dermatologists have long prodded their patients to apply more sunscreen, claiming it not only protects against skin cancer, but aging as well. Now there’s evidence to prove it.
In one of the largest studies to date, researchers from Loma Linda University in California report that vegetarians outlast meat eaters.
A new study shows that the rise in prescription-drug use among U.S. adults has led to more poisonings among children
With this installment, we’re introducing a new feature on Health & Family that will bring you the latest trends in food. We’ll introduce you to seasonal delicacies and bring you some of their history and even the lore that …
In the U.S., 68.8% of current adult smokers want to quit for good, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since 2002, the number of former smokers exceeds the number of current smokers in the country, …