Although arthritis is extremely common, people still have many misconceptions about the disease. How much do you really know?
Counterfeit versions of Adderall, Teva Pharmaceutical’s widely used ADHD drug, are being sold online with the wrong active ingredients.
Getting healthy doesn’t mean having to overhaul your entire lifestyle.
New findings hint that experimental drugs currently under development for diseases like cancer and Alzheimer’s may have potential to treat rheumatoid arthritis patients too.
Martha Payne, age 9, was dissatisfied with the lunches served by her primary school in Scotland, so she began documenting her school meals online — with photos and ratings — prompting worldwide attention for her healthy-lunch …
University of Edinburgh researchers say they’ve identified a gene crucial to sperm development that could be a target for a new form of male birth control.
If you think the bathroom is the only germ haven in your office, think again. Would you believe the dirtiest spot is the sink faucet in the break room?
Subconscious serving-size markers may help people break the fattening pattern of mindless munching.
(Updated) Maintaining good health during pregnancy is one of the surest ways mothers can protect their developing babies’ well-being. A new study suggests that adequate levels of vitamin D could be one such protective factor.
In a medical first, scientists in Haifa, Israel, took skin cells from two heart failure patients and reprogrammed them into stem cells that generated healthy, beating heart muscle cells in the lab.
A new study finds that despite equal levels of chemicals in their homes, nonwhite toddlers had more exposure to flame retardant toxins than their white peers.
A federal administrative judge ruled on Monday that the pomegranate juice maker POM Wonderful isn’t all that.
Many states are failing to enforce proven strategies to prevent injury, such as requiring bike helmets for kids or enacting primary seat belt laws.