Health & Wellness
National survey finds one in 10 teen boys also experiences dating violence
It hints, but doesn't prove, they might reduce risk of death from heart disease, other causes
Antipsychotics and Seniors With Dementia
Study found half had high blood pressure, half had high cholesterol and 15 percent were diabetic
The FDA is proposing to remove two sunscreen ingredients from the market unless the manufacturers can prove they're safe and effective.
This article is about caring for a parent with Alzheimer’s disease. It offers tips for caregivers to plan for care, save money, and make smart decisions.
But most believe it puts children at risk, study finds
U.S. Nurse Who Contracted Ebola Sues Employer
Researchers find procedure leads to reduced depression and anxiety
Most patients found relief from foot pain in short study, but longer trials are needed, experts say
Therapy reduced pain level by about one-third for up to a month, study found
There may be hope for hard-to-treat depression as scientists explore novel approaches to the often crippling condition.
Researchers saw evidence only in first 3 years of disease, findings could lead to early test
In both cases, there were breaches in safety rules, CDC reports
Actor Leonard Nimoy Dies of COPD at Age 83
22 percent were from what parents said were nonsmoking homes, study finds
There’s no need to panic with an unplanned pregnancy. Here are the first 5 things you need to do.
Millions of Americans might not be able to afford insurance if the Supreme Court rules the government erred in making subsidies available in all states.
Men also drove up overall number of cosmetic procedures, doctors say
Studies link several cups daily with reduced odds for the disease
It’s no secret this year’s flu shots didn’t work as well as doctors had hoped. But the news got worse Thursday when the CDC revised its estimates of the flu vaccine’s effectiveness downward even further, from 23% to 18%.
Eggs are no longer bad guys. Coffee with those eggs? Go ahead, have a cup, maybe even three. Those are among the latest recommendations an expert advisory panel has made for the upcoming "2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans."
Former volunteer in fight against West African outbreak felt vilified by media, politicians
WebMD talks to cardiologists about possible symptoms of heart attack in women.
Hundreds of thousands of people who received subsidies under the Affordable Care Act may have underestimated their incomes in 2014 – drawing more assistance than they were entitled to. Now many owe the government money.
A Supreme Court decision invalidating subsidies in 37 federal exchange states would lead to sharp premium increases and prompt many to drop coverage, say experts.
The actress and author opens up about her family and how she stays happy and healthy.
These days, 6-foot-5-inch, 240-pound Michael Strahan scares few people, and he likes it that way.
Fashion designer Zac Posen may rule the runways, but his 3 dogs rule the roost.
Study finds gestational diabetes less likely, but smaller infants more common
Overuse of antibiotics tied to rise in serious infections
Risk is small, but a sign the disorder is a serious problem, experts say
Bug that causes common cold, other infections often to blame, study finds
More than 8 hours a night linked to greater odds in study, but cause-and-effect not proved
Trying to up your game? WebMD has the latest on the most popular sports supplements.
Study in mice suggests changes might raise risk of bowel diseases and metabolic syndrome
The United Kingdom has become the first country to approve laws that allow the creation of babies using DNA from three people.
British study found an association, but couldn't prove cause-and-effect
Research suggests that Truvada doesn't need to be taken daily, but more study still needed
Are you or a loved one going to get chemotherapy? WebMD breaks down some of the side effects and ways some people handle them. Find out what may help you get through it feeling as good as possible.
Study suggests it might, raising the risk for potential weight gain
Devices work by sensors that get signals from patients' own muscles, scientists say
Poorer outcome seen in study when tumor began on the organ's right side
Higher levels of key proteins may point to disease, but more study is needed, experts say
Study participants, from 30 to 55 years old, said they were reluctant to trigger false alarm
Keep these wonder ingredients on your shopping list and in your pantry.
Almost 2 million Americans fall ill each year, report notes
If you're taking anti-clotting drugs, you should avoid meds like ibuprofen and Celebrex, doctors say
Questions to ask your doctor about multiple sclerosis.
Findings confirm newer estimates that put toll of cigarettes much higher than previously thought
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