The earlier kids gain weight, the less likely they are to lose it
The couple visited the emergency room in August to receive treatment. The sticker shock comes as Americans continue to battle high health care costs following the introduction of the American Care Act
FDA is working with manufacturers to maintain the supply
Researchers report on an exciting new way to reprogram cells so patients might one day grown their own cells to replace diseased ones
Researchers found sufferers with high levels of DDE in their blood, a component of the toxic pesticide
With the latest report of a stomach bug sickening more than 600 people on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship, we took a look at similar recent outbreaks on cruises and found more than a dozen in just the last five years.
New data prompts drug agency to investigate how weight affects several contraceptive brands
Changes in the way that autism is defined may mean fewer cases, and could leave many families without needed services
It’s freezing outside, but don’t despair. That chill might just help you slim down a bit.
More studies show that the timing of health emergencies has a lot to do with how likely you are to survive them
They’re popular, but public health agencies have yet to rule on whether they’re a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes
Recent studies suggesting that heavier people with diabetes have lower death rates than normal weight patients may be a myth.
Middle aged men who drink 2.5 drinks per day may accelerate memory loss by six years, according to a new study.