Study finds “baby girl” or “baby boy” are at higher risk for “oops measurements” and these other, more serious hospital mistakes.
This reason will really shock you.
Most aging studies look at seniors — but now scientists don’t want to wait to learn about risks that come with getting older.
Finally, researchers have figured out how to make healthy food taste good.
This survey finds some good news and bad news for women this summer.
Don’t get too lost in those baby blues — they may be a sign of a problem.
Doctors hope this ingredient can help tackle obesity, reduce weight gain and fight diabetes.
A new report lists which lotions to banish from your beach bag — and which will keep you safe in the sun.
And finding the cause means finding new treatments for dementia.
Doctors have said older moms are at risk, but they have just found some surprising new factors.
According to a new survey, nearly a third of women rarely or never talk to their partners about this.
The hope is that creating breasts can lead to saving them.
The FDA has fast-tracked testing for relief from severe allergic reactions that affect 1 in 13 children in the United States.
After a year, people had fewer problems with insomnia, depression and fatigue.
The film shows a fantasy world that mirrors a bit of the reality in the human mind — including things therapists have been trying to explain.
A new vaccine — that doesn’t actually target the flu — could soon save the nearly 3,700 people annually who die from the virus.
Researchers at the University of Toronto have tried this new approach, a vaccine that stops fluid
“This corporate fascist must be stopped.”
Smokers are twice as likely to die from any cause (not just heart failure) than those who have never smoked. But quit now, and your outlook will brighten.
(Everyone who drinks diet soda can use this pause to curse.)
Doctors say up to 60 percent of people suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder get no relief with therapy or medication.