How outrageous pricing and egregious profits are destroying our health care
A program that takes personality into account may help to identify and reduce teen-drinking rates.
Flaws emerge in a new analysis of the original study data.
Do children become more kind and empathetic after a disaster— or does the experience make them more focus more on self-preservation?
Kids with high exposure to the chemical bisphenol-A exhibit unusual levels of protein in the urine – an early warning sign of possible kidney and cardiovascular problems
The Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer shows the U.S. is making progress in controlling some tumors, but rates of human papillomavirus–related cancers remain stubbornly high.
All that training, regardless of the sport, my pay off in extra years, according to two recent studies.
The latest research quantifies how much smoking contributes to sudden heart-related death, and how quitting can potentially erase that risk.
If you’re at high risk of having a heart attack, changing your diet can significantly lower your chances of heart disease. But how much can fruits and vegetables help someone who already has heart trouble?
A study explores the occupations with the strongest links to breast cancer.
A government study raises more questions than answers about the validity of cleansing the body of heavy metals in order to prevent heart disease.
A daily multivitamin doesn’t protect against heart attack, stroke or heart-related death, according to a new large-scale study among men
Here’s something to consider if you haven’t gotten your flu shot: people who are vaccinated may have a lower risk of heart disease.