When faced with a challenge, whether you deny the problems it poses or dive in to solve them in a positive way may determine how much anxiety you feel overall.
One of the surprising ways to boost breast-feeding rates among new moms may involve formula, according to the latest research.
In a haunting memoir, a mother of three describes the difficult road from tragedy to recovery after her young family was killed in a car accident.
Researchers announced the promising results of a new genetic test that can predict the most aggressive prostate cancers; New Jersey governor Chris Christie has gastric lap-band surgery, and moms who lick their babies’ pacifiers clean may be doing their kids’ immune systems a favor. These are some of the major stories making health news this week.
Reshma was trapped in a wide Muslim prayer room in the basement of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that housed five garment factories and thousands of workers in Bangladesh
How are our daughters supposed to grow up to be ‘Lean In’–worthy execs if most of the play mops and stoves are labeled for girls?
They’re man’s best friend, and they may be one of the heart’s best allies as well.
Making the decision to approve heroic measures to save a loved one’s life can be fraught with emotion, so anxious family members tend to turn to the doctor for guidance, according to the first study to analyze the role that …
Are they laughing at you or laughing with you? Your brain can tell the difference.
There’s a reason why being kind to others is good for you — and it can now be traced to a specific nerve.
At her Seattle high school, Shannon Keating wears a hat to camouflage a head made bare by chemotherapy. In the hospital, surrounded by other teens her age, she’s more comfortable going bald. “I feel fine not wearing a hat …
Analyzing a tumor’s genes can predict which prostate cancers won’t need additional treatment and which cases require more intensive therapies.