Health & Wellness
If approved, medications could be used by people who don't respond to statins
Move is attempt to prevent teeth staining caused by overexposure to the mineral
The food choices you make daily might lower your odds of getting Alzheimer’s disease, some scientists say.
Study suggests chemotherapy, radiation can damage the heart for decades to come
Puppy Chews Recalled Over Salmonella Risk
Although money is still a sore issue for many doctors, according to Medscape's 2015 Physician Compensation Report, most had modest to significant salary gains.
People with atrial fibrillation could benefit, experts say
Risk of precancerous changes dropped 44 percent several years after immunization
Number of babies in intensive care for addiction treatment four times higher than a decade ago
By age 2, many spend an hour or more a day on mobile devices, but parents have concerns
Odds increased nearly 50 percent with 60 minutes or more of daily screen time
You don't have to be a child to have new allergy symptoms. Once you know what's causing you to sneeze, sniffle, or itch – and whether it's an allergy or something else – you can find treatment that works.
No medications available for disabling disease for less than $50,000 a year in United States, researchers say
More than 140 cases of the AIDS-causing virus reported in rural Indiana
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams joins Blue Bell Creameries after test showing contamination
It is never too late to stop smoking, experts says. They’ve found that even quitting after your 60th birthday can help you avoid dying from heart disease.
Risk of death and certain cancers increased, study finds
Usage doesn't always comply with national guidelines
Some families likely received lower subsidies than they were entitled to, or were denied Medicaid coverage, because of faulty calculations related to children who receive Social Security income.
Overwhelmed systems caused deadly disruptions in health care, experts say
Study found DNA-linked body odor attracts or repels biting insects
Study found tinnitus activates much larger area of brain than normal sounds do
Commonly used medicines are essential, but not profitable for companies, expert says
Better pre-surgical chemotherapy means more of the breast can safely be saved, researchers say
The sooner, the better, researchers found
Learn how to recognize ADHD symptoms in children, teens, and adults.
Number of people needing treatment also rose in recent years
Study suggests demanding work benefits those with frontotemporal disease
In study, people with osteoporosis were at higher risk for deafness occurring over a few days
Genetic analysis indicates public shouldn't be alarmed, 'cautiously optimistic' health officials say
Sam was born Samantha. When Samantha was 3, she drew a picture of a family. She explained that she was the daddy. By age 5, she’d told her mother, "My mind tells me I’m a boy."
As many as hundreds of thousands of Americans don’t feel they fit the gender they were born with, and some take steps to change that.
The FDA has approved the first short-distance vision implant for some people with normal worsening of vision with age, called presbyopia, according to a news release from the agency.
Backers of the devices say bans would destroy the market, may drive some smokers back to cigarettes
Cholesterol-lowering drugs cut heart risks, but may spur muscle weakness, memory declines
Results suggest possible alternative to long-term drug use
Report highlights need for more services for this age group
WebMD talks to ADHD experts about children with ADHD who also have other conditions -- such as depression, anxiety, or learning disabilities.
The more they were able to move during tests, the better they did
Swallowing a daily dose of insulin is safe, and it may act like a vaccine to prevent type 1 diabetes, a small new study shows.
Diabetic ketoacidosis can prove serious; researchers point to lack of insurance leading to late diagnosis
Blue Bell Creameries said new tests showing contamination prompted move
Protection may go beyond cervical infection
Finding held true even for children at risk for the developmental disorder
Despite political opposition to the Affordable Care Act, more than 186,000 people in Louisiana signed up for health insurance through healthcare.gov. The vast majority of those received subsidies, which could be lost in the King v. Burwell case before the Supreme Court.
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends screening every 2 years for all after 50
A one-size-fits-all approach to treating obesity doesn't work because obese people fall into one of six groups, a study says. WebMD reports.
What does it mean when someone is transgender? What happens when they transition?
Researchers recommend sleep disorder screening for patients with atrial fibrillation
Number of prescriptions, overdoses dropped, but heroin overdoses went up
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