Who doesn’t want a pristine lawn free of annoying weeds and bugs? But some of those pest-fighting strategies may come with a price — to your health.
Teens may be seeing more drinking on screen, but will that lead them to have more problems with alcohol?
Some months, days of the week and even times of day are linked to a greater risk of dying if you have a heart condition.
Apparently, fast-food frequenters have no idea how many calories they’re ordering up at the counter.
The latest study suggests that the one-third of Americans who are obese they may not be getting the proper health care they need — because their doctors are biased against treating them.
Teen birth rates in the U.S., which have been declining for two decades, have reached a record low, with significant drops in almost every state.
The advice to detect and treat cancers at the first opportunity may not apply to older men with prostate tumors, according to the latest study.
A promising new drug for treating asthma could not only reduce asthma symptoms but also improve lung function in patients, according to a new study.
CT scans can reveal a remarkable amount of useful medical information, but more studies underscore the need to balance the benefits of that knowledge with the risks of being exposed to the scans’ small amounts of radiation.
Sneezing and wheezing can make children feel miserable, and that discomfort can hamper how well they do in school.
With summer vacation about to start, kids will inevitably spend even more time online. So here are some tips for making sure they’re only seeing what’s appropriate for them.
Researchers say that a blood test may soon identify which pregnant women are at highest risk of developing postpartum depression, so they can seek treatment that could control their symptoms.