Health & Wellness
Facing public outrage over the price of its EpiPen auto-injectors, the drug company Mylan announced Thursday it was taking action to make the product more affordable.
Concentration of drugs may be high enough to cause ecological changes, researchers say
Findings suggest developmental disorder's causes may be even more complex
Members of this chemical family are in food, drinks, and hundreds of things we use every day. Are they bad for us?
Latest one in Palm Beach County brings state total to 43; scientists predict 400 cases by summer's end
Study supports notion that balding men appear older, less attractive
If a relative has had an aortic dissection, you could too, study says
Genes appear to influence how much caffeine you need, researchers find
Mom's singing helps stabilize infant breathing
International committee finds thinner folks less likely to develop variety of malignancies
But shared risk factors, such as air pollution, might explain the connection, researchers say
Female heart disease patients under 50 were 4 times more likely than male peers to show effects, study found
Monitoring is essential, especially later in pregnancy, study suggests
Brazilian infant appeared outwardly fine at birth, but neurological troubles arose later
Researchers find people get less stressed and are more content as they age
Babies conceived in winter more apt to have learning problems and vitamin D might play a role, study finds
Report shows it will probably eclipse heart disease as leading cause of death in coming years
Study found male users reporting bigger benefits compared to women
Weight gain is a side effect of antipsychotic drugs used to treat irritability and agitation
Early head trauma linked to psychiatric, financial issues as adults, study finds
State health department says one confirmed in Tampa Bay area
Prescription drug prices are skyrocketing in the United States due in large part to government regulations, a new analysis finds.
The top ways of keeping your kids from getting sick are washing hands and getting those flu shots.
If you're pregnant, can you color your hair? Get a flu shot? Have sex? Here's what the experts say about the top old wives' tales about pregnancy.
Study found disparities in diagnosis, treatment rates
Know the signs of extreme response to infection, consider it a 'medical emergency'
Images of the brains of Brazilian newborns and fetuses suggest the virus affects multiple sites
American Academy of Pediatrics recommends babies get only breast milk for the first 6 months of life
And, identical twins tend to outlive fraternal twins, study shows
Players of wind instruments, such as bagpipes, trumpets, and trombones, are at risk of getting a rare lung condition if they don’t clean the instruments regularly.
These toxins have lingered in the environment, study authors say
But experts disagree about whether certain collision drills should be curtailed
The rising cost of a life-saving allergy drug dispenser called an EpiPen is raising eyebrows at the pharmacy counter and on Capitol Hill.
How young adults feel about their careers might affect them physically, mentally by middle-age, study finds
New guidelines aim to help improve children's overall diet, health
New American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines cover preventing obesity and eating disorders
Lush landscapes draw insects to the best neighborhoods, researchers say
Babies with very low birth weights are often given steroids to improve lung function
Florida Gov. Rick Scott says overall total now at 36, CDC urges pregnant women to avoid affected area
But switch from tobacco didn't reduce nicotine levels
Establish a 'no kid' zone in part of your kitchen to keep little ones safe
FDA Issues Safety Warning About Wen Hair Products
Unhealthy eating on the road linked with early signs of artery clogging, study says
If confirmed, a health advisory against travel to the city by pregnant women may follow, unidentified source says
People who've ever suffered gallstones may have a slightly increased risk of developing heart disease down the road, a large new study suggests.
Two servings of fish a week may be enough to lower the heightened risk for blindness that those with diabetes face, a new Spanish study suggests.
Decline follows recommendation against routine screening, but experts not sure if trend is good or bad
Too often, lens-linked infections lead to corneal scarring and other vision issues, study shows
Study underscores importance of good prenatal nutrition
Many kids pretend to be ill to skip school, but some symptoms you just can’t hide. We tell you how to know if your kid is sick or faking it.
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