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  • Live Close to a Gym? You're Probably a Bit Trimmer
    (15-Dec-2017)

  • Feeling Sexually Harassed? You're Not Alone
    (15-Dec-2017)

  • Tailgating Slows Everybody Down
    (15-Dec-2017)

  • Feeling Sexually Harassed? You're Not Alone
    (15-Dec-2017)

  • Feeling Sexually Harassed? You're Not Alone
    (15-Dec-2017)

  • Drinking More Wine These Days? Your Glass May Be to Blame
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Party Tips for Teetotalers
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Drinking More Wine These Days? Your Glass May Be to Blame
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Party Tips for Teetotalers
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Graphic Anti-Smoking Ads Can Backfire on Kids
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Graphic Anti-Smoking Ads Can Backfire on Kids
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • More Teens Vaping as Smoking Declines; Pot Use Holds Steady
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • More Teens Vaping as Smoking Declines; Pot Use Holds Steady
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • More Teens Vaping as Smoking Declines; Pot Use Holds Steady
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Graphic Anti-Smoking Ads Can Backfire on Kids
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Race, Age Bias Common in U.S. Medical Care: Survey
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Graphic Anti-Smoking Ads Can Backfire on Kids
    (14-Dec-2017)

  • Higher Booze Taxes Might Pay Off for Public Health
    (13-Dec-2017)

  • Higher Booze Taxes Might Pay Off for Public Health
    (13-Dec-2017)

  • Higher Booze Taxes Might Pay Off for Public Health
    (13-Dec-2017)

  • Teens Acting Badly? Smog Could Be to Blame
    (13-Dec-2017)

  • Health Tip: Keep Gift-Giving Stress Under Wraps
    (13-Dec-2017)

  • Can Video Games Hone ER Docs' Skills?
    (13-Dec-2017)

  • Tech at Bedtime May Mean Heavier Kids
    (12-Dec-2017)

  • These Personality Traits May Help You Live Longer
    (12-Dec-2017)

  • Health Care Workers Mixed on Using Medical Marijuana in Kids
    (12-Dec-2017)

  • Will 'AI' Be Part of Your Health-Care Team?
    (12-Dec-2017)

  • Are Emergency Medical Workers Ready for a Nuclear Attack?
    (12-Dec-2017)

  • Often, Opioid Abuse Becomes a Family Affair
    (11-Dec-2017)

  • Tried to Quit But Still Smoking? Help's On the Way
    (11-Dec-2017)

  • Tried to Quit But Still Smoking? Help's On the Way
    (11-Dec-2017)

  • With A-Fib, Urban Hospitals May Be a Better Bet
    (11-Dec-2017)

  • Tried to Quit But Still Smoking? Help's On the Way
    (11-Dec-2017)

  • How to Perk Up the Holidays for Hospital Patients
    (11-Dec-2017)

  • With A-Fib, Urban Hospitals May Be a Better Bet
    (11-Dec-2017)

  • Tried to Quit But Still Smoking? Help's On the Way
    (11-Dec-2017)

  • What to Do If Someone's Bleeding Badly
    (08-Dec-2017)

  • U.S. Gun Sales Rose After Sandy Hook Massacre: Study
    (07-Dec-2017)

  • U.S. Gun Sales Rose After Sandy Hook Massacre: Study
    (07-Dec-2017)

  • U.S. Gun Sales Rose After Sandy Hook Massacre: Study
    (07-Dec-2017)

  • Ted Koppel's Fight to Make COPD Headline News
    (07-Dec-2017)

  • When a Preemie Goes Home, Dad Stresses Out
    (07-Dec-2017)

  • Have Eczema? No Need for Bleach Baths, Study Suggests
    (07-Dec-2017)

  • Acupuncture May Ease Pain Tied to Breast Cancer Care
    (07-Dec-2017)

  • Ted Koppel's Fight to Make COPD Headline News
    (07-Dec-2017)

  • U.S. Courts, Jails Could Be Key Players in Curbing Opioid Abuse
    (06-Dec-2017)

  • U.S. Courts, Jails Could Be Key Players in Curbing Opioid Abuse
    (06-Dec-2017)

  • Shhhh! Patients Are Sleeping
    (06-Dec-2017)

  • New Breast Cancer Drug May Benefit Younger Women, Too
    (06-Dec-2017)

  • Coming Soon: A Gel That Could Help Save Soldiers' Eyes
    (06-Dec-2017)

  • Health Tip: 11 Harmful Effects of Smoking
    (06-Dec-2017)

  • Think Before You Drink
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Think Before You Drink
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Dating Violence Tied to Spankings in Childhood
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Local Smoke-Free Laws Tied to Fewer Lung Cancer Cases
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Smokers 10 Times More Likely to Use Pot Daily
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Health Tip: Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Dating Violence Tied to Spankings in Childhood
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Think Before You Drink
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Dating Violence Tied to Spankings in Childhood
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Local Smoke-Free Laws Tied to Fewer Lung Cancer Cases
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Dating Violence Tied to Spankings in Childhood
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Local Smoke-Free Laws Tied to Fewer Lung Cancer Cases
    (05-Dec-2017)

  • Steep Rise in Deaths for People Hospitalized After Opioid OD
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • Taking Your Meds? A Digital Pill Can Tell
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • #MeToo No More?
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • For Teens, Vaping Today May Lead to Smoking Tomorrow
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • Even Non-Heart Surgery May Harm Your Heart
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • Steep Rise in Deaths for People Hospitalized After Opioid OD
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • #MeToo No More?
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • Taking Your Meds? A Digital Pill Can Tell
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • For Teens, Vaping Today May Lead to Smoking Tomorrow
    (04-Dec-2017)

  • FDA Approves Monthly Dose of Opioid Addiction Treatment
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • Health Tip: Talk to Your Child About Sexting
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • Poetry Judged by the Picture It Paints
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • Some Cigars Pack Bigger Nicotine Punch Than Cigarettes
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • Poetry Judged by the Picture It Paints
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • 3 Signs You'd Be Happier With a New Job
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • Poetry Judged by the Picture It Paints
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • FDA Approves Monthly Dose of Opioid Addiction Treatment
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • Lung Cancer Drug Targets 'Hidden' HIV in French Patient
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • Some Cigars Pack Bigger Nicotine Punch Than Cigarettes
    (01-Dec-2017)

  • Does 'Smartphone Addiction' Show Up in Teens' Brains?
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Newborns in Pain Might Not Show It
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Study: Tougher Gun Laws Help Prevent Domestic Violence Deaths
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Study: Tougher Gun Laws Help Prevent Domestic Violence Deaths
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Another Opioid Scourge: Dangerous Infections
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Another Opioid Scourge: Dangerous Infections
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Another Opioid Scourge: Dangerous Infections
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Cops on 'Spice' Raids Getting High by Accident
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Study: Tougher Gun Laws Help Prevent Domestic Violence Deaths
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Newborns in Pain Might Not Show It
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Study: Tougher Gun Laws Help Prevent Domestic Violence Deaths
    (30-Nov-2017)

  • Patients React Poorly When Docs Say 'No'
    (29-Nov-2017)

  • Mom's Childhood Trauma May Affect Daughter, Too
    (29-Nov-2017)

  • Does Marriage Help Preserve Your Brain?
    (29-Nov-2017)

  • Does Marriage Help Preserve Your Brain?
    (29-Nov-2017)

  • Patients React Poorly When Docs Say 'No'
    (29-Nov-2017)

  • Electrical Pulses May Ease Pain From 'Slipped' Disc
    (29-Nov-2017)

  • New 'Patch' May Repair Damaged Hearts
    (29-Nov-2017)

  • Mom's Childhood Trauma May Affect Daughter, Too
    (29-Nov-2017)

  • Pot May Alter Brain Function of Some With HIV
    (28-Nov-2017)

  • How Fast-Food Cues Can Lead You to Overeat
    (28-Nov-2017)

  • Don't Delay Hip Fracture Surgery. Here's Why
    (28-Nov-2017)

  • Chronic Pain Common Among Those Who OD on Opioids
    (28-Nov-2017)

  • How Fast-Food Cues Can Lead You to Overeat
    (28-Nov-2017)

  • Chronic Pain Common Among Those Who OD on Opioids
    (28-Nov-2017)

  • Care for Caregivers
    (28-Nov-2017)

  • HIV Diagnoses Occurring More Quickly, CDC Says
    (28-Nov-2017)

  • Memo to Doctors: Spit Out the Bad News
    (27-Nov-2017)

  • Memo to Doctors: Spit Out the Bad News
    (27-Nov-2017)

  • Memo to Doctors: Spit Out the Bad News
    (27-Nov-2017)

  • Controversial MS Treatment Found to Be Ineffective
    (27-Nov-2017)

  • Who's Most Distracted Behind the Wheel?
    (24-Nov-2017)

  • Health Tip: Is Stress Interfering With Your Child's Sleep?
    (24-Nov-2017)

  • How to Safely Navigate Diabetes and Thanksgiving
    (23-Nov-2017)

  • Health Tip: Prevent Fire Deaths and Injuries
    (23-Nov-2017)

  • Nature Walks Nurture Family Bonds
    (23-Nov-2017)

  • Nature Walks Nurture Family Bonds
    (23-Nov-2017)

  • Medicaid Tied to Better Addiction Treatment in Pregnancy
    (22-Nov-2017)

  • The Booze You Choose Can Sway Your Mood
    (22-Nov-2017)

  • The Booze You Choose Can Sway Your Mood
    (22-Nov-2017)

  • Easy Ways to Keep Holiday Eating in Check
    (22-Nov-2017)

  • The Booze You Choose Can Sway Your Mood
    (22-Nov-2017)

  • Health Tip: Identify Risk Factors for Anorexia
    (22-Nov-2017)

  • The Booze You Choose Can Sway Your Mood
    (22-Nov-2017)

  • Sunrise, Sunset: Ancient Rhythms Still Dictate Human Life
    (21-Nov-2017)

  • Self-Harm Cases Surging Among U.S. Girls
    (21-Nov-2017)

  • Is a Common Shoulder Surgery Useless?
    (21-Nov-2017)

  • Self-Harm Cases Surging Among U.S. Girls
    (21-Nov-2017)

  • Prep, Patience Help Keep the Family Peace at Thanksgiving
    (21-Nov-2017)

  • Self-Harm Cases Surging Among U.S. Girls
    (21-Nov-2017)

  • Insulin Pill May Delay Type 1 Diabetes in Some
    (21-Nov-2017)

  • Almost 21 Million Worldwide Now Have Access to HIV Meds
    (21-Nov-2017)

  • How to Spot an Eating Disorder
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • Teens' Painkiller Misuse Linked to Dating Violence
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • How to Spot an Eating Disorder
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • Motorcycle Crashes Far More Deadly Than Car Crashes
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • Teens' Painkiller Misuse Linked to Dating Violence
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • Teens' Painkiller Misuse Linked to Dating Violence
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • How to Spot an Eating Disorder
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • Teens' Painkiller Misuse Linked to Dating Violence
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • How to Spot an Eating Disorder
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • Cancer Survivors Can Develop PTSD, Too
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • Quickly Treating Mini-Stroke Can Cut Risk for Future Stroke
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • Motorcycle Crashes Far More Deadly Than Car Crashes
    (20-Nov-2017)

  • What It Takes to Get Teens Moving
    (18-Nov-2017)

  • What It Takes to Get Teens Moving
    (18-Nov-2017)

  • Can Girls Help Boost Boys' Reading Scores?
    (17-Nov-2017)

  • More Patients Are Having a Say in Their Medical Care
    (17-Nov-2017)

  • Spare the Rod, Spur Better Behavior?
    (17-Nov-2017)

  • Health Tip: A Pet May Improve Your Health
    (17-Nov-2017)

  • More Patients Are Having a Say in Their Medical Care
    (17-Nov-2017)

  • Hey, Single Folk: Adopting a Dog Could Lengthen Your Life
    (17-Nov-2017)

  • Spare the Rod, Spur Better Behavior?
    (17-Nov-2017)

  • More Patients Are Having a Say in Their Medical Care
    (17-Nov-2017)

  • Face It: Drinking, Smoking Takes Toll on Looks
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • Face It: Drinking, Smoking Takes Toll on Looks
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • CDC Wants America to Eat Its Fruits & Veggies
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • Many Hospice Workers Lack Their Own End-of-Life Directives
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • If Dad Has Depression, Kids Might Develop It, Too
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • The Best and Worst Ways to Say 'I Love You'
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • Obamacare May Have Helped More Americans Quit Smoking
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • The Best and Worst Ways to Say 'I Love You'
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • If Dad Has Depression, Kids Might Develop It, Too
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • Obamacare May Have Helped More Americans Quit Smoking
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • Face It: Drinking, Smoking Takes Toll on Looks
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • Top Anti-Opioid Meds Are Equally Safe, Effective
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Staying Active May Lower Odds for Glaucoma
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Trauma Greets Many Illegal Immigrants in U.S.
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • U.S. Seniors Struggle More to Pay for Health Care Compared to Other Countries
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Trauma Greets Many Illegal Immigrants in U.S.
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Health Tip: Stress Can Impact Sleep
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Can Treating Gum Disease Keep Blood Pressure in Line?
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Millions Could Miss Out on a Potential Alzheimer's Breakthrough
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Top Anti-Opioid Meds Are Equally Safe, Effective
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Virtual Reality: A Helping Hand After Stroke
    (15-Nov-2017)

  • Psychedelic Amazonian Drug Might Ease Symptoms of Depression, Alcoholism
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • America's Love Affair With Sugary Sodas Is Fading
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • FDA OKs First 'Digital Pill' That Lets Doctors Know It's Been Taken
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • New 'Heat-Not-Burn' Cigarettes Harm Blood Vessels: Study
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • Help for Seasonal Depression
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • Psychedelic Amazonian Drug Might Ease Symptoms of Depression, Alcoholism
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • Is Too Much Time Online Raising Suicide Risk in Teen Girls?
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • FDA OKs First 'Digital Pill' That Lets Doctors Know It's Been Taken
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • Is Meth Use Destroying Vets' Hearts?
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • FDA Warns of Herb Kratom's Opioid-Like Harms
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • 'Digital Pill' Tells Doctor When Patient Takes It
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • With Stress and Trauma Come Excess Weight
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • Is Too Much Time Online Raising Suicide Risk in Teen Girls?
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • FDA OKs First 'Digital Pill' That Lets Doctors Know It's Been Taken
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • Help for Seasonal Depression
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • FDA OKs First 'Digital Pill' That Lets Doctors Know It's Been Taken
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • With Stress and Trauma Come Excess Weight
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • Is Too Much Time Online Raising Suicide Risk in Teen Girls?
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • New 'Heat-Not-Burn' Cigarettes Harm Blood Vessels: Study
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • With Stress and Trauma Come Excess Weight
    (14-Nov-2017)

  • Holiday Parties Minus the Calorie Crunch
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Knowing Too Much About Your Genes Might Be Risky
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Binge-Watchers, Beware: Long TV Time Poses Clot Risk
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Many Women Miss Out on Lifesaving CPR
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Many Women Miss Out on Lifesaving CPR
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Does Sex Really Trigger Cardiac Arrest?
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Commitment Is Key for Online Quit-Smoking Groups
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Knowing Too Much About Your Genes Might Be Risky
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Commitment Is Key for Online Quit-Smoking Groups
    (13-Nov-2017)

  • Doctors Prescribing Too Many Opioids After Nose Jobs
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • Menus With Calorie Counts Seem to Be Paying Off
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • 1 in 5 Americans Still Uses Tobacco, Gov't. Reports
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • 1 in 5 Americans Still Uses Tobacco, Gov't. Reports
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • 1 in 5 Americans Still Uses Tobacco, Gov't. Reports
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • Doctors Prescribing Too Many Opioids After Nose Jobs
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • Childhood Spanking Could Heighten Adult Mental Health Woes
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • 1 in 5 Americans Still Uses Tobacco, Gov't. Reports
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • 1 in 5 Americans Still Uses Tobacco, Gov't. Reports
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • A Dangerous New Twist on Cyberbullying
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • 1 in 5 Americans Still Uses Tobacco, Gov't. Reports
    (09-Nov-2017)

  • Surgical Residents Prime Candidates for Stress, Depression, Alcohol Abuse
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • Do I Know Ewe?
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • Genes May Explain Why Some Don't Respond to Bipolar Drug
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • Surgical Residents Prime Candidates for Stress, Depression, Alcohol Abuse
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • Your Friends May Be Key to a Healthy Aging Brain
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • Genes May Explain Why Some Don't Respond to Bipolar Drug
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • Surgical Residents Prime Candidates for Stress, Depression, Alcohol Abuse
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • Surgical Residents Prime Candidates for Stress, Depression, Alcohol Abuse
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • Abusing Pot, Booze Lowers Teens' Chances for Success in Life
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Abusing Pot, Booze Lowers Teens' Chances for Success in Life
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Even Light Drinking May Raise Your Cancer Risk
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Abusing Pot, Booze Lowers Teens' Chances for Success in Life
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Abusing Pot, Booze Lowers Teens' Chances for Success in Life
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Abusing Pot, Booze Lowers Teens' Chances for Success in Life
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Abusing Pot, Booze Lowers Teens' Chances for Success in Life
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Abusing Pot, Booze Lowers Teens' Chances for Success in Life
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Does All That Social Media Time Harm Young Minds?
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Yoga May Give Lung Cancer Patients, Caregivers a Boost
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Opioids Not the Only Answer for Pain Relief in the ER
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • Even Light Drinking May Raise Your Cancer Risk
    (07-Nov-2017)

  • With Cigarettes Out of Favor, Many U.S. Teens Also Shun Pot
    (06-Nov-2017)

  • Gun Injuries Getting More Severe, Experts Say
    (06-Nov-2017)

  • Doctor Burnout: A Big Health Threat in U.S.
    (06-Nov-2017)

  • Why Many Breast Cancer Patients Short-Circuit Their Treatment
    (06-Nov-2017)

  • Helping Children Cope When a Mass Tragedy Strikes
    (06-Nov-2017)

  • Doctor Burnout: A Big Health Threat in U.S.
    (06-Nov-2017)

  • Health Tip: Stop Smoking
    (06-Nov-2017)

  • Helping Children Cope When a Mass Tragedy Strikes
    (06-Nov-2017)

  • People Tend to Overestimate Pain From Surgery
    (03-Nov-2017)

  • What Drives Teen School Shooters
    (03-Nov-2017)

  • Managing Anxiety
    (02-Nov-2017)

  • Are You Sure That's What the Doctor Said About Your Leukemia?
    (02-Nov-2017)

  • Even Advanced Breast Cancer Patients Gain From Exercise
    (02-Nov-2017)

  • Managing Anxiety
    (02-Nov-2017)

  • Are You Sure That's What the Doctor Said About Your Leukemia?
    (02-Nov-2017)

  • Managing Anxiety
    (02-Nov-2017)

  • Patients' Gut Bugs May Play Role in Cancer Care
    (02-Nov-2017)

  • 'Drug Courts,' Treatment Focus of New White House Opioid Strategy
    (01-Nov-2017)

  • Americans Stressed About Nation's Future, Poll Finds
    (01-Nov-2017)

  • Americans Stressed About Nation's Future, Poll Finds
    (01-Nov-2017)

  • Americans Stressed About Nation's Future, Poll Finds
    (01-Nov-2017)

  • Americans Stressed About Nation's Future, Poll Finds
    (01-Nov-2017)

  • Alcoholic Parent May Sow Seeds for Teen Dating Violence
    (31-Oct-2017)

  • Alcoholic Parent May Sow Seeds for Teen Dating Violence
    (31-Oct-2017)

  • Want to Avoid Salt? Turn Up the Spice
    (31-Oct-2017)

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Linked to Risk of COPD
    (31-Oct-2017)

  • Alcoholic Parent May Sow Seeds for Teen Dating Violence
    (31-Oct-2017)

  • Breast-Feeding Bond Lingers for Mom
    (31-Oct-2017)

  • Breast-Feeding Bond Lingers for Mom
    (31-Oct-2017)

  • Brain Scans May Have Spotted People Thinking About Suicide
    (31-Oct-2017)

  • When It Pays to Quit, More People Stop Smoking
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • Can Good Looks Derail Your Job Hunt?
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • Teen E-Cig Use May Lead to Regular Smoking
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • Lethal Dangers Lurk Even After Opioid OD Rescue
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • Lethal Dangers Lurk Even After Opioid OD Rescue
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • Lethal Dangers Lurk Even After Opioid OD Rescue
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • When It Pays to Quit, More People Stop Smoking
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • Can Good Looks Derail Your Job Hunt?
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • When It Pays to Quit, More People Stop Smoking
    (30-Oct-2017)

  • Fentanyl Driving Surge in Fatal U.S. Opioid Overdoses
    (27-Oct-2017)

  • Fentanyl Driving Surge in Fatal U.S. Opioid Overdoses
    (27-Oct-2017)

  • Fentanyl Driving Surge in Fatal U.S. Opioid Overdoses
    (27-Oct-2017)

  • Using Cocaine? Fingerprints Might Tell
    (27-Oct-2017)

  • Fentanyl Driving Surge in Fatal U.S. Opioid Overdoses
    (27-Oct-2017)

  • Pot Smokers May Have Better Sex Lives
    (27-Oct-2017)

  • Trump Declares Opioid Epidemic a Public Health Emergency
    (26-Oct-2017)

  • Health Tip: Talk To Your Kids About a Tragedy
    (26-Oct-2017)
    And recognize signs that they may not be coping

  • When It Comes to Obesity, Genes Just Partly to Blame
    (26-Oct-2017)

  • Doctor, Please Put Down That Computer
    (26-Oct-2017)

  • Trump Declares Opioid Epidemic a Public Health Emergency
    (26-Oct-2017)

  • Gut Bacteria May Change Rapidly After Severe Injury
    (26-Oct-2017)

  • Decline in U.S. Teen Drug Abuse Means Less Crime, Violence
    (25-Oct-2017)
    New stats show fighting, theft, gun use all down

  • Adderall Misuse May Be Hidden Part of Teen Amphetamine Abuse
    (25-Oct-2017)
    That could lead to an undercount of the extent of the problem, researchers say

  • Decline in U.S. Teen Drug Abuse Means Less Crime, Violence
    (25-Oct-2017)
    New stats show fighting, theft, gun use all down

  • Decline in U.S. Teen Drug Abuse Means Less Crime, Violence
    (25-Oct-2017)
    New stats show fighting, theft, gun use all down

  • Decline in U.S. Teen Drug Abuse Means Less Crime, Violence
    (25-Oct-2017)
    New stats show fighting, theft, gun use all down

  • Decline in U.S. Teen Drug Abuse Means Less Crime, Violence
    (25-Oct-2017)
    New stats show fighting, theft, gun use all down

  • Can Gun Shows Trigger Gun Violence?
    (24-Oct-2017)
    Study found unregulated ones in Nevada linked to spikes in shootings in California

  • Trauma Takes a Toll on Half of U.S. Kids
    (24-Oct-2017)
    Consequences can include long-term health issues, emotional problems and troubles at school

  • Gunshot Sensors Improve Odds for Shooting Victims
    (24-Oct-2017)
    New technology helped police find victims and get them care quickly, study shows

  • Can Gun Shows Trigger Gun Violence?
    (24-Oct-2017)
    Study found unregulated ones in Nevada linked to spikes in shootings in California

  • U.S. Opioid Painkiller Abuse May Be Leveling Off
    (23-Oct-2017)
    Rate plateaus as doctors are urged to recommend nondrug pain treatments

  • High-Nicotine E-Cigs May Be Gateway to Smoking for Teens
    (23-Oct-2017)
    Many more 10th graders who tried the devices were hooked on 'regular' cigarettes later, study found

  • Ditch the Throw Rugs, Seniors!
    (23-Oct-2017)
    Hip fractures are more likely to follow indoor falls in warm weather, study finds

  • Heart Disease, Stroke Cutting Black Lives Short
    (23-Oct-2017)
    Life span about three years less than for whites, heart association statement says

  • Poverty Does No Favors for Health
    (23-Oct-2017)
    The less wealthy are more likely to become disabled or die early, new analysis finds

  • Summer Baby, Higher Odds for Postpartum Depression?
    (23-Oct-2017)
    Season of delivery and other factors may influence the risk, study finds

  • More Evidence That Depression Shortens Lives
    (23-Oct-2017)
    And women have been hit even harder than men over past decades, study finds

  • High-Nicotine E-Cigs May Be Gateway to Smoking for Teens
    (23-Oct-2017)
    Many more 10th graders who tried the devices were hooked on 'regular' cigarettes later, study found

  • Summer Baby, Higher Odds for Postpartum Depression?
    (23-Oct-2017)
    Season of delivery and other factors may influence the risk, study finds

  • More Evidence That Depression Shortens Lives
    (23-Oct-2017)
    And women have been hit even harder than men over past decades, study finds

  • Medical Marijuana Won't Help Most Sick Kids
    (23-Oct-2017)
    Helped with chemo-linked nausea, epilepsy, but no evidence for other conditions

  • Hepatitis C Screening May Boost Opioid Treatment Success
    (20-Oct-2017)
    When people find out they have the infection, they're more likely to stay off drugs

  • Oral Sex Plus Smoking a Cancer Danger for Men
    (20-Oct-2017)
    Risk of head and neck tumors tied to HPV infection jumps to 15 percent for this group, study finds

  • Drug OD Rate Now Higher in Rural U.S. Than Cities: CDC
    (20-Oct-2017)
    Hardest-hit communities need targeted preventive measures, report suggests

  • Drug OD Rate Now Higher in Rural U.S. Than Cities: CDC
    (20-Oct-2017)
    Hardest-hit communities need targeted preventive measures, report suggests

  • Kidney Failure Can Isolate Young Patients
    (20-Oct-2017)
    Relationships and employment often suffer, study finds

  • Oral Sex Plus Smoking a Cancer Danger for Men
    (20-Oct-2017)
    Risk of head and neck tumors tied to HPV infection jumps to 15 percent for this group, study finds

  • Oral Sex Plus Smoking a Cancer Danger for Men
    (20-Oct-2017)
    Risk of head and neck tumors tied to HPV infection jumps to 15 percent for this group, study finds

  • 1 in 5 Young Women Who Tan Indoors Get Addicted
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Depression and worries about appearance common in those who can't skip the tanning bed, study finds

  • The Upsides and Downsides of Telecommuting
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Review suggests need for clearer boundaries between work, personal life

  • Does Your Dog 'Talk' to You?
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Study may advance what's known about canine-human communication

  • Even a Little Walking Can Lengthen Your Life
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Less than the recommended 150 minutes a week still seemed to help, study found

  • Self-Harm on the Rise Among Teen Girls
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Behavior was strongly linked to greater suicide risk, UK study found

  • 1 in 5 Young Women Who Tan Indoors Get Addicted
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Depression and worries about appearance common in those who can't skip the tanning bed, study finds

  • The Upsides and Downsides of Telecommuting
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Review suggests need for clearer boundaries between work, personal life

  • Self-Harm on the Rise Among Teen Girls
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Behavior was strongly linked to greater suicide risk, UK study found

  • 1 in 5 Young Women Who Tan Indoors Get Addicted
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Depression and worries about appearance common in those who can't skip the tanning bed, study finds

  • The Upsides and Downsides of Telecommuting
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Review suggests need for clearer boundaries between work, personal life

  • Self-Harm on the Rise Among Teen Girls
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Behavior was strongly linked to greater suicide risk, UK study found

  • Avoiding Alcohol Helps the Heart Beat Better
    (18-Oct-2017)
    Each decade of teetotaling lowers risk of atrial fibrillation, study finds

  • Schizophrenia Affects Brain's Communication Network
    (18-Oct-2017)
    Finding may help spur new research

  • Schizophrenia Affects Brain's Communication Network
    (18-Oct-2017)
    Finding may help spur new research

  • Schizophrenia Affects Brain's Communication Network
    (18-Oct-2017)
    Finding may help spur new research

  • Schizophrenia Affects Brain's Communication Network
    (18-Oct-2017)
    Finding may help spur new research

  • Skip Opioid Treatment for Migraine in the ER
    (18-Oct-2017)
    Non-narcotic drug far more effective in new study

  • Cooling Mitts, Socks May Ease a Major Chemo Side Effect
    (18-Oct-2017)
    Nerve damage in limbs causes some to stop cancer treatment early

  • Avoiding Alcohol Helps the Heart Beat Better
    (18-Oct-2017)
    Each decade of teetotaling lowers risk of atrial fibrillation, study finds

  • Diabetes Pill Might Replace Injection to Control Blood Sugar
    (17-Oct-2017)
    Global study shows blood glucose levels dropped significantly, and low rates of low blood sugar

  • A 3x10 Exercise Plan That'll Work for You
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Break up workouts into bite-sized blocks

  • States That Make You Wait to Buy Guns Have Fewer Deaths: Study
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Time to 'cool off' may prevent some homicides and suicides

  • Homicides Devastate Black Communities, But Prevention Gets Little Funding
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Discrepancy hurts black Americans more than whites, researchers say

  • Breast Cancer More Lethal for Blacks Than Whites
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Higher death rate is largely due to insurance issues, but tumor types sometimes play a role, study finds

  • States That Make You Wait to Buy Guns Have Fewer Deaths: Study
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Time to 'cool off' may prevent some homicides and suicides

  • Study Looks at Health of Hispanic-American Families
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Discord more likely in second-generation families than recent immigrants, study finds

  • States That Make You Wait to Buy Guns Have Fewer Deaths: Study
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Time to 'cool off' may prevent some homicides and suicides

  • States That Make You Wait to Buy Guns Have Fewer Deaths: Study
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Time to 'cool off' may prevent some homicides and suicides

  • Men Often Happier With Their 'Bromance' Than Their Romance
    (13-Oct-2017)
    In small study, most felt more comfortable sharing emotions, resolving problems with a male buddy

  • Can 'Magic Mushrooms' Kick-Start Depression Treatment?
    (13-Oct-2017)
    Psychedelic drug shows some promise for hard-to-treat cases in study

  • Men Often Happier With Their 'Bromance' Than Their Romance
    (13-Oct-2017)
    In small study, most felt more comfortable sharing emotions, resolving problems with a male buddy

  • Can 'Magic Mushrooms' Kick-Start Depression Treatment?
    (13-Oct-2017)
    Psychedelic drug shows some promise for hard-to-treat cases in study

  • Men Often Happier With Their 'Bromance' Than Their Romance
    (13-Oct-2017)
    In small study, most felt more comfortable sharing emotions, resolving problems with a male buddy

  • Men Often Happier With Their 'Bromance' Than Their Romance
    (13-Oct-2017)
    In small study, most felt more comfortable sharing emotions, resolving problems with a male buddy

  • Good Lifestyle Choices Add Years to Your Life
    (13-Oct-2017)
    Certain behaviors, many associated with various genes, were linked to longevity in large study

  • Men Often Happier With Their 'Bromance' Than Their Romance
    (13-Oct-2017)
    In small study, most felt more comfortable sharing emotions, resolving problems with a male buddy

  • Can 'Magic Mushrooms' Kick-Start Depression Treatment?
    (13-Oct-2017)
    Psychedelic drug shows some promise for hard-to-treat cases in study

  • Gay Men's Suicide Risk Rises as Income Falls
    (13-Oct-2017)
    Lower education levels also make these men more vulnerable, researcher says

  • Daily 'Light Therapy' May Help Some With Bipolar Disorder
    (12-Oct-2017)
    Study found an hour in front of a light box helped ease depressive symptoms

  • Daily 'Light Therapy' May Help Some With Bipolar Disorder
    (12-Oct-2017)
    Study found an hour in front of a light box helped ease depressive symptoms

  • Hearing Loss Can Challenge Relationships
    (12-Oct-2017)
    It can trigger feelings of frustration, guilt and isolation -- for patients and those who love them

  • Daily 'Light Therapy' May Help Some With Bipolar Disorder
    (12-Oct-2017)
    Study found an hour in front of a light box helped ease depressive symptoms

  • Daily 'Light Therapy' May Help Some With Bipolar Disorder
    (12-Oct-2017)
    Study found an hour in front of a light box helped ease depressive symptoms

  • What Are Today's Americans Afraid Of?
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Many more worried about environmental dangers since last Presidential election

  • 3 Factors That Could Raise Your Risk of Bloodstream Infection
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Obesity appears to be the biggest threat

  • More Hardcore Smokers Trying to Kick the Habit
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Tobacco control policies help even heavy users with mental distress quit, researchers say

  • 'Heat-Not-Burn Cigarettes' Aiming for U.S. Market
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Researchers caution that potential health concerns remain largely unknown

  • Stroke Risk Factors Are Rising
    (11-Oct-2017)
    More people survive these brain attacks, but the health problems that cause stroke aren't going away

  • Talk Therapy May Help Menopause Woes
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Sleep problems, depression eased in small study

  • Stroke Risk Factors Are Rising
    (11-Oct-2017)
    More people survive these brain attacks, but the health problems that cause stroke aren't going away

  • What Are Today's Americans Afraid Of?
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Many more worried about environmental dangers since last Presidential election

  • Health Tip: Recovering From Substance Abuse
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Key components of getting better

  • Health Tip: Recovering From Substance Abuse
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Key components of getting better

  • More Hardcore Smokers Trying to Kick the Habit
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Tobacco control policies help even heavy users with mental distress quit, researchers say

  • Talk Therapy May Help Menopause Woes
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Sleep problems, depression eased in small study

  • What Are Today's Americans Afraid Of?
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Many more worried about environmental dangers since last Presidential election

  • 3 Factors That Could Raise Your Risk of Bloodstream Infection
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Obesity appears to be the biggest threat

  • More Hardcore Smokers Trying to Kick the Habit
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Tobacco control policies help even heavy users with mental distress quit, researchers say

  • 'Heat-Not-Burn Cigarettes' Aiming for U.S. Market
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Researchers caution that potential health concerns remain largely unknown

  • Stroke Risk Factors Are Rising
    (11-Oct-2017)
    More people survive these brain attacks, but the health problems that cause stroke aren't going away

  • Trauma's Toll on a Woman's Heart
    (11-Oct-2017)
    Study found those who experienced 3 or more tragedies were more likely to have signs of cardiovascular trouble

  • Stress Can Blind You to Danger
    (10-Oct-2017)

  • A Man's Health May Rely on Health of His Marriage
    (10-Oct-2017)
    Heart risk factors improve when married life is good, decline when it's not, study finds

  • Stress Can Blind You to Danger
    (10-Oct-2017)

  • Be 'Mindful' of the Hype
    (10-Oct-2017)
    Scientists call for rigorous research to back up mindfulness marketing claims

  • Stress Can Blind You to Danger
    (10-Oct-2017)

  • Stress Can Blind You to Danger
    (10-Oct-2017)

  • Another Downside to College Boozing: Poorer Job Prospects
    (09-Oct-2017)
    In study, binge drinking 6 times a month lowered chances of full-time employment later

  • Another Downside to College Boozing: Poorer Job Prospects
    (09-Oct-2017)
    In study, binge drinking 6 times a month lowered chances of full-time employment later

  • Another Downside to College Boozing: Poorer Job Prospects
    (09-Oct-2017)
    In study, binge drinking 6 times a month lowered chances of full-time employment later

  • Remaining 'In the Closet' at Work Stresses Gay Couples
    (09-Oct-2017)
    Men had more negative consequences by staying quiet

  • Remaining 'In the Closet' at Work Stresses Gay Couples
    (09-Oct-2017)
    Men had more negative consequences by staying quiet

  • Remaining 'In the Closet' at Work Stresses Gay Couples
    (09-Oct-2017)
    Men had more negative consequences by staying quiet

  • Suicide Up in U.S., Rural America Hit Hardest
    (06-Oct-2017)
    Men, working-age adults most at risk, CDC reports

  • The Benefits of 'Being in the Present'
    (06-Oct-2017)
    5 ways to practice mindfulness

  • Suicide Up in U.S., Rural America Hit Hardest
    (06-Oct-2017)
    Men, working-age adults most at risk, CDC reports

  • The Benefits of 'Being in the Present'
    (06-Oct-2017)
    5 ways to practice mindfulness

  • Suicide Up in U.S., Rural America Hit Hardest
    (06-Oct-2017)
    Men, working-age adults most at risk, CDC reports

  • Sesame Street's Muppets to Help Kids Cope With Trauma
    (06-Oct-2017)

  • Uber Can Help Cut Car Crashes, But Not Everywhere
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Impact on drunk driving rate varied city to city, study found

  • Uber Can Help Cut Car Crashes, But Not Everywhere
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Impact on drunk driving rate varied city to city, study found

  • Protecting Preemies From Stress Might Improve Later Mental Health
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Babies born at 2.2 pounds or less normally face higher risk of adult psychological issues

  • Protecting Preemies From Stress Might Improve Later Mental Health
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Babies born at 2.2 pounds or less normally face higher risk of adult psychological issues

  • Uber Can Help Cut Car Crashes, But Not Everywhere
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Impact on drunk driving rate varied city to city, study found

  • Protecting Preemies From Stress Might Improve Later Mental Health
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Babies born at 2.2 pounds or less normally face higher risk of adult psychological issues

  • Does a Drug's High Price Tag Cause Its Own Side Effects?
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Treatment-related worries might make you feel sick

  • Protecting Preemies From Stress Might Improve Later Mental Health
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Babies born at 2.2 pounds or less normally face higher risk of adult psychological issues

  • Hockey Viewers' Hearts May Pay a Penalty
    (05-Oct-2017)
    Attending an exciting game can double the heart rate of spectators

  • Gene Therapy May Be Breakthrough for Boys With 'Lorenzo's Oil' Disease
    (05-Oct-2017)
    In study, treatment put brakes on the deadly neurological illness in most patients for 2 years

  • Working Night Shifts May Widen Your Waistline
    (04-Oct-2017)
    Disturbing normal sleep patterns is the main culprit, nutritionists say

  • Older People May Be More Prone to Reveal Suicidal Thoughts
    (04-Oct-2017)
    1 in 4 admitted intent beforehand, opening an opportunity for prevention, researchers say

  • Older People May Be More Prone to Reveal Suicidal Thoughts
    (04-Oct-2017)
    1 in 4 admitted intent beforehand, opening an opportunity for prevention, researchers say

  • Older People May Be More Prone to Reveal Suicidal Thoughts
    (04-Oct-2017)
    1 in 4 admitted intent beforehand, opening an opportunity for prevention, researchers say

  • Older People May Be More Prone to Reveal Suicidal Thoughts
    (04-Oct-2017)
    1 in 4 admitted intent beforehand, opening an opportunity for prevention, researchers say

  • Coming Soon: A Faster Test for Antibiotics Against UTIs?
    (04-Oct-2017)
    In the future, identifying which drug works best might take minutes rather than days, research suggests

  • Newer Drug May Prolong Lymphoma Remission
    (04-Oct-2017)
    But blood cancer experts call for more research

  • Americans More Open About Mental Health Issues, But Stigma Lingers
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Poll found many thought 'personal failings' were part of the cause of some conditions

  • Americans More Open About Mental Health Issues, But Stigma Lingers
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Poll found many thought 'personal failings' were part of the cause of some conditions

  • Apologies Go a Long Way When Medical Errors Occur
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Study found chances of lawsuits, large payouts weren't higher when hospitals took responsibility for error

  • Moving Just 1 Hour a Week May Curb Depression Risk
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Intensity of exercise didn't matter, and benefit leveled off after 2 hours of activity, study finds

  • Americans More Open About Mental Health Issues, But Stigma Lingers
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Poll found many thought 'personal failings' were part of the cause of some conditions

  • Switch From Smoking to Vaping Could Save Over 6 Million U.S. Lives
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Cancer researchers build a case for e-cigarettes

  • Moving Just 1 Hour a Week May Curb Depression Risk
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Intensity of exercise didn't matter, and benefit leveled off after 2 hours of activity, study finds

  • Americans More Open About Mental Health Issues, But Stigma Lingers
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Poll found many thought 'personal failings' were part of the cause of some conditions

  • Americans More Open About Mental Health Issues, But Stigma Lingers
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Poll found many thought 'personal failings' were part of the cause of some conditions

  • Switch From Smoking to Vaping Could Save Over 6 Million U.S. Lives
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Cancer researchers build a case for e-cigarettes

  • Moving Just 1 Hour a Week May Curb Depression Risk
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Intensity of exercise didn't matter, and benefit leveled off after 2 hours of activity, study finds

  • Americans More Open About Mental Health Issues, But Stigma Lingers
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Poll found many thought 'personal failings' were part of the cause of some conditions

  • Americans More Open About Mental Health Issues, But Stigma Lingers
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Poll found many thought 'personal failings' were part of the cause of some conditions

  • Blood Thinners Can Come With Dangerous Side Effects
    (03-Oct-2017)
    Newer class of drugs can interact with multiple medications, researchers report

  • Heroin Taking Bigger Share of U.S. Opioid ODs
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Hospital discharges tied to the illicit drug are rising as those from prescription painkillers fall

  • How Much Alcohol Is Really OK?
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Know your limit to protect your health

  • How Much Alcohol Is Really OK?
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Know your limit to protect your health

  • Girls' Sports-Related Concussions May Last Twice As Long
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Underlying conditions could prolong recovery, researcher says

  • Online Game Could Boost Family Fitness
    (02-Oct-2017)
    But more research needed because study participants were all white, and wealthier than most Americans

  • How Much Alcohol Is Really OK?
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Know your limit to protect your health

  • Girls' Sports-Related Concussions May Last Twice As Long
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Underlying conditions could prolong recovery, researcher says

  • Rapid Test for Meth Abuse May Be Near
    (02-Oct-2017)

  • Health Tip: Do You Need Psychological Therapy?
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Behaviors that may be concerning

  • Reassuring Kids After Another Senseless Tragedy
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Psychiatrists urge parents to stress to young concertgoers that events like Las Vegas shooting remain rare

  • Heroin Taking Bigger Share of U.S. Opioid ODs
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Hospital discharges tied to the illicit drug are rising as those from prescription painkillers fall

  • Reassuring Kids After Another Senseless Tragedy
    (02-Oct-2017)
    Psychiatrists urge parents to stress to young concertgoers that events like Las Vegas shooting remain rare

  • State Policies Can Reduce Alcohol-Related Murders
    (29-Sep-2017)
    Up to 50 percent of homicides in the United States involve drinking, researchers say

  • State Policies Can Reduce Alcohol-Related Murders
    (29-Sep-2017)
    Up to 50 percent of homicides in the United States involve drinking, researchers say

  • Respiratory Disease Death Rates Have Soared
    (29-Sep-2017)
    More than 3.9 million Americans died from COPD over last 35 years, new data shows

  • Respiratory Disease Death Rates Have Soared
    (29-Sep-2017)
    More than 3.9 million Americans died from COPD over last 35 years, new data shows

  • Looking at Laughter for Clues to Anti-Social Behavior
    (29-Sep-2017)
    Cues don't register the same way for certain kids, researchers say

  • Your Sociability May Hinge on 'Love Hormone'
    (29-Sep-2017)
    Oxytocin confers evolutionary advantages, study finds

  • Respiratory Disease Death Rates Have Soared
    (29-Sep-2017)
    More than 3.9 million Americans died from COPD over last 35 years, new data shows

  • Your Sociability May Hinge on 'Love Hormone'
    (29-Sep-2017)
    Oxytocin confers evolutionary advantages, study finds

  • Dialysis Patients Often End Up Back in the Hospital
    (29-Sep-2017)
    But the readmission is usually for a different problem, study finds

  • Respiratory Disease Death Rates Have Soared
    (29-Sep-2017)
    More than 3.9 million Americans died from COPD over last 35 years, new data shows

  • Is Older Blood OK to Use in a Transfusion?
    (27-Sep-2017)
    Ability to use less fresh blood could help ease shortages

  • CDC Launches Opioid Campaign in Hard-Hit States
    (26-Sep-2017)
    'It only takes a little to lose a lot' is slogan for the multi-pronged media effort

  • Health Tip: Making End-of-Life Wishes Known
    (26-Sep-2017)
    Things to consider for advanced directives

  • Postpartum Depression Likely to Recur With Future Pregnancies
    (26-Sep-2017)
    Mood disorder seen in 1 in 200 new moms with no psychiatric history

  • CDC Launches Opioid Campaign in Hard-Hit States
    (26-Sep-2017)
    'It only takes a little to lose a lot' is slogan for the multi-pronged media effort

  • CDC Launches Opioid Campaign in Hard-Hit States
    (26-Sep-2017)
    'It only takes a little to lose a lot' is slogan for the multi-pronged media effort

  • CDC Launches Opioid Campaign in Hard-Hit States
    (26-Sep-2017)
    'It only takes a little to lose a lot' is slogan for the multi-pronged media effort

  • CDC Launches Opioid Campaign in Hard-Hit States
    (26-Sep-2017)
    'It only takes a little to lose a lot' is slogan for the multi-pronged media effort

  • CDC Launches Opioid Campaign in Hard-Hit States
    (26-Sep-2017)
    'It only takes a little to lose a lot' is slogan for the multi-pronged media effort

  • Postpartum Depression Likely to Recur With Future Pregnancies
    (26-Sep-2017)
    Mood disorder seen in 1 in 200 new moms with no psychiatric history

  • Scientists Spot Marker for CTE in Living Football Players
    (26-Sep-2017)
    Brain disease caused by repeated concussions can only be diagnosed after death at this point

  • Putting Wine on a Diet
    (25-Sep-2017)
    Calories come with that enjoyable taste

  • Cancer Distress May Lead to Missed Appointments
    (25-Sep-2017)
    Doctors should consider patient's mental well-being, researcher says

  • Cancer Distress May Lead to Missed Appointments
    (25-Sep-2017)
    Doctors should consider patient's mental well-being, researcher says

  • Cancer Patients May Have Undiagnosed Depression
    (25-Sep-2017)
    Mental health screening at start of and during cancer treatment is vital, study author says

  • Cancer Distress May Lead to Missed Appointments
    (25-Sep-2017)
    Doctors should consider patient's mental well-being, researcher says

  • Cancer Patients May Have Undiagnosed Depression
    (25-Sep-2017)
    Mental health screening at start of and during cancer treatment is vital, study author says

  • Breast Cancer Radiation 'Less Scary' Than Thought
    (25-Sep-2017)
    Majority of patients report more tolerable experience than they expected

  • Stopping Aspirin Tied to Quick Rise in Heart Attack, Stroke Risk
    (25-Sep-2017)
    Swedish study finds those who quit the daily low-dose pill face a more rapid risk of cardio woes

  • Nerve Stimulation Pulls Patient From 15-Year Vegetative State
    (25-Sep-2017)
    But patient is only 'minimally conscious,' study author says

  • Survey: 9 of 10 Americans Take Cancer Prevention Steps
    (22-Sep-2017)

  • Survey: 9 of 10 Americans Take Cancer Prevention Steps
    (22-Sep-2017)

  • Workers Without Paid Sick Leave Suffer Ill Effects
    (22-Sep-2017)
    Added stress may interfere with daily activities, study suggests

  • Lady Gaga's Fibromyalgia Puts Illness in the Spotlight
    (22-Sep-2017)
    Daily struggle with chronic pain, disability defines patients' lives, experts say

  • Workers Without Paid Sick Leave Suffer Ill Effects
    (22-Sep-2017)
    Added stress may interfere with daily activities, study suggests

  • Could Pests, Dust Lower Kids' Odds for Asthma?
    (21-Sep-2017)
    Inner-city study found early exposure to cockroaches and mice droppings seemed protective

  • Asthma Drug Tied to Nightmares, Depression
    (21-Sep-2017)
    But experts stress Singulair also has lifesaving benefits

  • Asthma Drug Tied to Nightmares, Depression
    (21-Sep-2017)
    But experts stress Singulair also has lifesaving benefits

  • Asthma Drug Tied to Nightmares, Depression
    (21-Sep-2017)
    But experts stress Singulair also has lifesaving benefits

  • Addictive Opioids Common for People on Dialysis
    (21-Sep-2017)
    But dose of pain-killing drugs often too high, researchers say

  • Who's Likely to Fall for Fake News?
    (20-Sep-2017)
    Trust the evidence, not your 'gut,' study suggests

  • Opioid ODs Have Cut Into U.S. Life Expectancy: CDC
    (20-Sep-2017)
    Doctors must start treating addiction, expert says

  • Will an E-Cigarette Harm Your Heart?
    (20-Sep-2017)
    The nicotine may cause adrenaline levels to spike, study finds

  • Gun Surrender Laws Help Women Threatened by Domestic Violence
    (20-Sep-2017)
    Fewer are killed in states that mandate that firearms be removed when restraining orders filed

  • Who's Likely to Fall for Fake News?
    (20-Sep-2017)
    Trust the evidence, not your 'gut,' study suggests

  • Will an E-Cigarette Harm Your Heart?
    (20-Sep-2017)
    The nicotine may cause adrenaline levels to spike, study finds

  • Youth Football Ups Odds of Brain Problems in Adulthood
    (19-Sep-2017)
    Researchers say greater risk of behavior issues, depression in those who played tackle before age 12

  • This Mistake Can Cost Athletes' Lives in Cardiac Arrest
    (19-Sep-2017)
    Bystanders often get distracted by a non-life-threatening issue, research shows

  • Cancer Treatment Can Affect Your Food Preferences
    (19-Sep-2017)
    Metallic tastes can appear for many patients on chemo

  • Caring for a Sick Pet Can Really Drain You
    (19-Sep-2017)
    Emotional burden is steep, study shows, but vets can help owners cope

  • Focus on Just One Sport Can Mean Stress for Girls
    (19-Sep-2017)
    Study of soccer players shows diversity of activity might help

  • Exercise May Stem Kidney Damage in Lupus Patients
    (19-Sep-2017)
    But stress may trigger the reverse, researchers report

  • Gun Injuries Add Millions of Dollars to Hospital Costs
    (19-Sep-2017)
    Younger, minority Americans are most often affected, research shows

  • Cancer Treatment Can Affect Your Food Preferences
    (19-Sep-2017)
    Metallic tastes can appear for many patients on chemo

  • Big Rise in Hospitalized Kids With Opioid Side Effects
    (18-Sep-2017)

  • Higher Cigarette Taxes May Mean Fewer Infant Deaths
    (18-Sep-2017)

  • Higher Cigarette Taxes May Mean Fewer Infant Deaths
    (18-Sep-2017)

  • Big Rise in Hospitalized Kids With Opioid Side Effects
    (18-Sep-2017)

  • Parents Say Schools Don't Help Kids With Mental Health, Chronic Disease
    (18-Sep-2017)

  • Higher Cigarette Taxes May Mean Fewer Infant Deaths
    (18-Sep-2017)

  • HIV and Smoking a Lethal Combo for the Lungs
    (18-Sep-2017)

  • More U.S. Kids Landing in ER With Opioid Addiction
    (15-Sep-2017)
    Researcher calls findings an emerging public health issue

  • Surgery Can Be Trigger for Teen Opioid Abuse
    (15-Sep-2017)
    Certain operations pose a greater risk of painkiller dependence, study finds

  • Which Single Behavior Best Prevents High Blood Pressure?
    (15-Sep-2017)
    One critical trait emerged when researchers reviewed smoking and drinking habits, weight, diet and exercise

  • Smoking, Poor Diet Lead Global Death Causes
    (15-Sep-2017)
    But disease study of 195 areas also finds some hopeful signs with many people living longer

  • Smoking, Poor Diet Lead Global Death Causes
    (15-Sep-2017)
    But disease study of 195 areas also finds some hopeful signs with many people living longer

  • More U.S. Kids Landing in ER With Opioid Addiction
    (15-Sep-2017)
    Researcher calls findings an emerging public health issue

  • Suicidal Thoughts More Common for Transgender Youth
    (15-Sep-2017)
    Higher rates of depression and victimization may be why, researchers say

  • Smoking, Poor Diet Lead Global Death Causes
    (15-Sep-2017)
    But disease study of 195 areas also finds some hopeful signs with many people living longer

  • Suicidal Thoughts More Common for Transgender Youth
    (15-Sep-2017)
    Higher rates of depression and victimization may be why, researchers say

  • Smoking, Poor Diet Lead Global Death Causes
    (15-Sep-2017)
    But disease study of 195 areas also finds some hopeful signs with many people living longer

  • Hurricanes' Toll on Mental Health Will Linger
    (14-Sep-2017)
    Psychiatrist offers advice on coping with the aftermath

  • U.S. Cancer Death Rate Continues to Fall
    (14-Sep-2017)
    But more cases are expected as baby boomers age, report says

  • App to Help Treat Substance Abuse Approved
    (14-Sep-2017)
    But app is not recommended for opioid dependence

  • 5 No-Calorie Hunger Busters
    (14-Sep-2017)
    Tricks to keep your appetite in check

  • Hurricanes' Toll on Mental Health Will Linger
    (14-Sep-2017)
    Psychiatrist offers advice on coping with the aftermath

  • Hurricanes' Toll on Mental Health Will Linger
    (14-Sep-2017)
    Psychiatrist offers advice on coping with the aftermath

  • Hurricanes' Toll on Mental Health Will Linger
    (14-Sep-2017)
    Psychiatrist offers advice on coping with the aftermath

  • What You Can Do to Help Fight the Opioid Epidemic
    (13-Sep-2017)
    A surgeon's group offers a blueprint for safer pain management

  • Does Mother's Mental Health Affect Pregnancy?
    (13-Sep-2017)
    Having depression, panic disorder or anxiety disorder won't hurt your baby, researcher says

  • Young Americans Lead Rise in Suicide Attempts
    (13-Sep-2017)
    People with less education, greater mental woes more likely to try, researchers say

  • Does Mother's Mental Health Affect Pregnancy?
    (13-Sep-2017)
    Having depression, panic disorder or anxiety disorder won't hurt your baby, researcher says

  • What You Can Do to Help Fight the Opioid Epidemic
    (13-Sep-2017)
    A surgeon's group offers a blueprint for safer pain management

  • What You Can Do to Help Fight the Opioid Epidemic
    (13-Sep-2017)
    A surgeon's group offers a blueprint for safer pain management

  • What You Can Do to Help Fight the Opioid Epidemic
    (13-Sep-2017)
    A surgeon's group offers a blueprint for safer pain management

  • What You Can Do to Help Fight the Opioid Epidemic
    (13-Sep-2017)
    A surgeon's group offers a blueprint for safer pain management

  • Young Americans Lead Rise in Suicide Attempts
    (13-Sep-2017)
    People with less education, greater mental woes more likely to try, researchers say

  • Does Mother's Mental Health Affect Pregnancy?
    (13-Sep-2017)
    Having depression, panic disorder or anxiety disorder won't hurt your baby, researcher says

  • Young Americans Lead Rise in Suicide Attempts
    (13-Sep-2017)
    People with less education, greater mental woes more likely to try, researchers say

  • Young Americans Lead Rise in Suicide Attempts
    (13-Sep-2017)
    People with less education, greater mental woes more likely to try, researchers say

  • ER Visits for These 3 Health Woes Don't Have to Happen
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Trips for boozing, dental problems and mental health issues can be prevented, experts say

  • ER Visits for These 3 Health Woes Don't Have to Happen
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Trips for boozing, dental problems and mental health issues can be prevented, experts say

  • Is an Occasional Drink OK During Pregnancy?
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Evidence isn't yet clear, but a new review says there's a slight chance of possible harm

  • ER Visits for These 3 Health Woes Don't Have to Happen
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Trips for boozing, dental problems and mental health issues can be prevented, experts say

  • Hurricanes May Have Longer-Lasting Impact on Kids
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Child expert offers tips on helping youngsters recover from the storms

  • Take a Stand Against Sitting Too Much
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Couch potatoes might help cut their risk of early death by getting up every 30 minutes, study finds

  • Take a Stand Against Sitting Too Much
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Couch potatoes might help cut their risk of early death by getting up every 30 minutes, study finds

  • Many May Get Hospice Care Too Late
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Study suggests that most end-of-life care occurs in final 2 weeks

  • ER Visits for These 3 Health Woes Don't Have to Happen
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Trips for boozing, dental problems and mental health issues can be prevented, experts say

  • Hurricanes May Have Longer-Lasting Impact on Kids
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Child expert offers tips on helping youngsters recover from the storms

  • Cancer Drugs' High Prices Not Justified by Cost of Development, Study Contends
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Research challenges notion that each new medicine costs billions to come to market

  • Could Hormone Supplements for Menopause Make a Comeback?
    (12-Sep-2017)
    New study suggests the therapy won't increase risk of early death

  • Is an Occasional Drink OK During Pregnancy?
    (12-Sep-2017)
    Evidence isn't yet clear, but a new review says there's a slight chance of possible harm

  • Regular Weigh-Ins May Help Prevent College Weight Gain
    (11-Sep-2017)
    Those who checked daily even lost a little bit

  • Do E-Cigarettes Damage Blood Vessels?
    (11-Sep-2017)
    Small study links the devices to higher blood pressure, heart rate and stiffer arteries

  • Regular Weigh-Ins May Help Prevent College Weight Gain
    (11-Sep-2017)
    Those who checked daily even lost a little bit

  • The Health Risks of Long Work Weeks
    (11-Sep-2017)
    Too much overtime may pose a threat to your heart

  • Immune-Focused Drug May Be New Weapon Against Advanced Melanoma
    (11-Sep-2017)
    In head-to-head trial, Opdivo outperformed a similar drug, and with fewer side effects

  • Do E-Cigarettes Damage Blood Vessels?
    (11-Sep-2017)
    Small study links the devices to higher blood pressure, heart rate and stiffer arteries

  • Football Fans Still Loyal Despite Concerns About Players' Brains
    (10-Sep-2017)
    8 in 10 believe the sport causes long-term damage: survey

  • Poor Health Habits Add Up to Poor Grades for Teens
    (08-Sep-2017)
    Failing students more likely to use drugs, sleep around, CDC study finds

  • Poor Health Habits Add Up to Poor Grades for Teens
    (08-Sep-2017)
    Failing students more likely to use drugs, sleep around, CDC study finds

  • No Easy Road Back for Ebola Survivors
    (07-Sep-2017)
    Patients need long-term care to manage pain, vision problems, as well as thinking and mobility issues

  • Can a Digital Doctor Help You Sleep?
    (07-Sep-2017)
    New research says yes, and better-quality ZZZZs may help ease other mental health concerns

  • Here's the Recipe to Keep Colon Cancer at Bay
    (07-Sep-2017)
    Increase whole grains and exercise, limit booze and processed meats: report

  • Acid Reflux? Try Going Vegetarian
    (07-Sep-2017)
    Study hints that change in eating habits may be as effective as medications

  • No Easy Road Back for Ebola Survivors
    (07-Sep-2017)
    Patients need long-term care to manage pain, vision problems, as well as thinking and mobility issues

  • Can a Digital Doctor Help You Sleep?
    (07-Sep-2017)
    New research says yes, and better-quality ZZZZs may help ease other mental health concerns

  • Mom-to-Be's Antidepressants Tied to Kids' Psychiatric Woes
    (07-Sep-2017)
    But study authors say findings need to be interpreted with caution

  • Can a Digital Doctor Help You Sleep?
    (07-Sep-2017)
    New research says yes, and better-quality ZZZZs may help ease other mental health concerns

  • You're Only as Full as You Expect to Be
    (07-Sep-2017)
    People who ate the same amount of food were hungrier if they thought they got less food

  • Mom-to-Be's Antidepressants Tied to Kids' Psychiatric Woes
    (07-Sep-2017)
    But study authors say findings need to be interpreted with caution

  • Sleepless Nights Plague Many Women in Middle Age
    (07-Sep-2017)
    Phases in and around menopause play a big role in insomnia, CDC study finds

  • Magnetic Brain Stimulation May Quiet 'Voices' in Schizophrenia
    (07-Sep-2017)
    Noninvasive treatment worked for a third of patients in study, though effects were temporary

  • Uptick in U.S. Stroke Deaths Sets Off Alarms: CDC
    (06-Sep-2017)
    High rates of obesity and diabetes are a major culprit, researchers say

  • Smoking Bans Help Kids Breathe Easier
    (06-Sep-2017)
    Analysis found anti-smoking policies were linked to drops in childhood chest infections, asthma attacks

  • New 'Biologic' Drug May Help Severe Asthma
    (06-Sep-2017)
    But similar meds cost up to $30,000 a year

  • Severe Psoriasis Linked to Higher Risk of Earlier Death
    (05-Sep-2017)
    But experts say there may be ways to reduce those odds

  • Severe Psoriasis Linked to Higher Risk of Earlier Death
    (05-Sep-2017)
    But experts say there may be ways to reduce those odds

  • Severe Psoriasis Linked to Higher Risk of Earlier Death
    (05-Sep-2017)
    But experts say there may be ways to reduce those odds

  • Drug Helped Protect Gay Teen Males From HIV
    (05-Sep-2017)
    Small study found Truvada worked when taken daily, but some strayed from regimen

  • Severe Psoriasis Linked to Higher Risk of Earlier Death
    (05-Sep-2017)
    But experts say there may be ways to reduce those odds

  • Back to School, Back to Planning for Kids With Autism, ADHD
    (04-Sep-2017)
    Thinking ahead and keeping a calendar with important dates can help make transition smoother

  • Back to School, Back to Planning for Kids With Autism, ADHD
    (04-Sep-2017)
    Thinking ahead and keeping a calendar with important dates can help make transition smoother

  • Health Tip: Diet and Activity May Help Prevent Cancer
    (04-Sep-2017)
    Here's what you can do

  • Dog Walking a Treat for Pet and Owner Alike
    (01-Sep-2017)
    Study found the joy it brings is a bigger factor than wanting to exercise

  • Dog Walking a Treat for Pet and Owner Alike
    (01-Sep-2017)
    Study found the joy it brings is a bigger factor than wanting to exercise

  • FDA OKs Return of Once-Withdrawn Leukemia Drug
    (01-Sep-2017)
    At lower dose, Mylotarg extended survival against a certain type of blood cancer

  • Need Help Getting Organized?
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Start by streamlining your surroundings

  • Brain Scans Offer Clues to Why Some Teens Pile on Pounds
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Imaging showed less activity in the areas responsible for reining in impulses

  • Play It Smart: Stay in School for a Healthier Heart
    (31-Aug-2017)
    College degree may reduce your risk of cardiac disease by one-third, study suggests

  • E-Cigs May Help Smokers Quit, But …
    (31-Aug-2017)
    … Only if vaping is done 2 of every 3 days a month, study finds

  • E-Cigs May Help Smokers Quit, But …
    (31-Aug-2017)
    … Only if vaping is done 2 of every 3 days a month, study finds

  • Chronic Illness Can Plunge Young Adults Into Despair
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Study found those diagnosed with diabetes, asthma were 3 times more likely to try to kill themselves

  • Eating Feeds 'Feel Good' Hormones in the Brain
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Overstimulation of this system could play a role in obesity, researchers say

  • Fentanyl Drives Rise in Opioid-Linked Deaths in U.S.
    (31-Aug-2017)
    The synthetic drug is more powerful than heroin or morphine

  • 6 in 10 of America's Single Guys 'Take Responsibility' for Contraception
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Most rely on condoms, but use of another method has doubled, study finds

  • E-Cigs May Help Smokers Quit, But …
    (31-Aug-2017)
    … Only if vaping is done 2 of every 3 days a month, study finds

  • Eating Feeds 'Feel Good' Hormones in the Brain
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Overstimulation of this system could play a role in obesity, researchers say

  • Chronic Illness Can Plunge Young Adults Into Despair
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Study found those diagnosed with diabetes, asthma were 3 times more likely to try to kill themselves

  • Too Much TV May Cost You Your Mobility
    (30-Aug-2017)
    Excessive sitting after 50 is tied to disability, study finds

  • 1 in 5 Moms Mum About Post-Pregnancy Blues
    (29-Aug-2017)
    Strong support networks increase chances a woman will reveal her symptoms, study says

  • Smoking Linked to Frailty in Seniors
    (29-Aug-2017)
    But study also found those who had quit didn't suffer same fate

  • Diet Study Suggests It's Carbs, Not Fats, That Are Bad for You
    (29-Aug-2017)
    But don't give up on fruits, vegetables and legumes -- they're still good for you

  • 1 in 5 Moms Mum About Post-Pregnancy Blues
    (29-Aug-2017)
    Strong support networks increase chances a woman will reveal her symptoms, study says

  • Marriage a Blessing for Heart Attack Patients
    (29-Aug-2017)
    They have better survival than divorced or single patients, research shows

  • Smoking Linked to Frailty in Seniors
    (29-Aug-2017)
    But study also found those who had quit didn't suffer same fate

  • Health Groups Demand 'R' Rating for Movies That Show Smoking
    (29-Aug-2017)
    Coalition says such films lure children to take up deadly habit

  • 1 in 5 Moms Mum About Post-Pregnancy Blues
    (29-Aug-2017)
    Strong support networks increase chances a woman will reveal her symptoms, study says

  • Many U.S. Women Unaware of Fibroid Treatments: Poll
    (29-Aug-2017)
    Hysterectomy isn't the only choice, radiology experts say

  • Health Groups Demand 'R' Rating for Movies That Show Smoking
    (29-Aug-2017)
    Coalition says such films lure children to take up deadly habit

  • Suicide a Danger for Some Women During Pregnancy: Study
    (28-Aug-2017)
    Notion this is the happiest time of life may be unrealistic

  • Slow and Steady Wins the Weight-Loss Race
    (28-Aug-2017)
    Study found fluctuations in pounds shed over a year of dieting predicted poorer results

  • Drink Coffee, Live Longer?
    (28-Aug-2017)
    Four cups a day could reduce risk by 64 percent, study suggests

  • Suicide a Danger for Some Women During Pregnancy: Study
    (28-Aug-2017)
    Notion this is the happiest time of life may be unrealistic

  • Suicide a Danger for Some Women During Pregnancy: Study
    (28-Aug-2017)
    Notion this is the happiest time of life may be unrealistic

  • Suicide a Danger for Some Women During Pregnancy: Study
    (28-Aug-2017)
    Notion this is the happiest time of life may be unrealistic

  • Could an Estrogen Patch Boost Women's Sex Lives in Menopause?
    (28-Aug-2017)
    Study suggests that, given this way, short-term use of the hormone may help those who report symptoms

  • Drug May Fight Heart Disease in Whole New Way
    (28-Aug-2017)
    Study of injected medication suggests reductions in inflammation could be treatment target

  • How to Fight Fall Allergies
    (27-Aug-2017)
    Take medication before symptoms flare, reduce mold exposure and avoid pollen, allergy expert says

  • Cookies, Apples or Yogurt? Not Always a Simple Choice for Kids
    (25-Aug-2017)
    Snack preferences drive buying decisions, but brands and allowance also play a part, researchers say

  • Are Her Chocolate Cravings a Product of the Culture?
    (25-Aug-2017)
    These premenstrual urges seem far more common among U.S. women than others, study suggests

  • Are Her Chocolate Cravings a Product of the Culture?
    (25-Aug-2017)
    These premenstrual urges seem far more common among U.S. women than others, study suggests

  • Common Treatment for Early Prostate Cancer May Carry Heart Risk
    (25-Aug-2017)
    Hormone-suppressing regimen may raise odds for heart failure, but it brings benefits, too, researchers say

  • After Heart Attack, Just 1 in 3 Go for Rehab: CDC
    (24-Aug-2017)
    Recommended outpatient treatment reduces risk of recurrence

  • Bicyclist Deaths Rise in U.S., Men Are Likely Victims
    (24-Aug-2017)
    Fatal crashes jumped 12 percent in 2015, report says

  • Meth Abuse Could Up Stroke Risk in Younger Users
    (24-Aug-2017)
    Most of these strokes involve bleeding into the brain: study

  • How You Think About Your Arthritis Makes a Difference
    (24-Aug-2017)
    Confidence in your ability to remain active improves day-to-day life, study finds

  • Supplement May Help Against Vision-Robbing Disease in Seniors
    (24-Aug-2017)
    But no large studies prove the inexpensive pill slows age-related macular degeneration, eye expert says

  • After Heart Attack, Just 1 in 3 Go for Rehab: CDC
    (24-Aug-2017)
    Recommended outpatient treatment reduces risk of recurrence

  • Land Mines Being Replaced by More Deadly Explosive Devices: Study
    (24-Aug-2017)
    IED victims lose multiple limbs, suffer more genital injuries

  • Cyberbullying Weighs Heavily on Young People
    (23-Aug-2017)
    Suicide attempts more common in both bullied and bulliers

  • Cyberbullying Weighs Heavily on Young People
    (23-Aug-2017)
    Suicide attempts more common in both bullied and bulliers

  • Steroid Pills Usually Ineffective Against Bronchitis, Study Finds
    (23-Aug-2017)
    Research shows that, like antibiotics, these drugs won't reduce duration or severity of symptoms

  • Confederate Submarine Crew Killed by Blast From Their Own Torpedo
    (23-Aug-2017)
    Using smaller replica of H.L. Hunley, researchers determined shock wave likely pulverized their lungs, brains

  • Many Prescribed Opioids Even After Overdose
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Few receive anti-addiction medications after hospital discharge, researchers find

  • Close Friendships in High School Make for Happier Adults
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Meanwhile, popular kids may end up with more anxiety later, study suggests

  • He Complains She Shops Too Much -- And Marriage Suffers
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Study finds one spouse's views on the other's spending can bring conflict that undermines relationship

  • Could Common Vitamin Supplements Raise Lung Cancer Risk?
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Increased odds only seemed to affect men or male smokers, study suggests

  • Caregiving Needs Double as End of Life Nears
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Most rely on family members to provide that support, researchers say

  • Close Friendships in High School Make for Happier Adults
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Meanwhile, popular kids may end up with more anxiety later, study suggests

  • Close Friendships in High School Make for Happier Adults
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Meanwhile, popular kids may end up with more anxiety later, study suggests

  • He Complains She Shops Too Much -- And Marriage Suffers
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Study finds one spouse's views on the other's spending can bring conflict that undermines relationship

  • Caregiving Needs Double as End of Life Nears
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Most rely on family members to provide that support, researchers say

  • He Complains She Shops Too Much -- And Marriage Suffers
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Study finds one spouse's views on the other's spending can bring conflict that undermines relationship

  • Close Friendships in High School Make for Happier Adults
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Meanwhile, popular kids may end up with more anxiety later, study suggests

  • He Complains She Shops Too Much -- And Marriage Suffers
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Study finds one spouse's views on the other's spending can bring conflict that undermines relationship

  • Doctor-Patient Dialogue May Boost Use of Blood Pressure Drugs
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Physicians in poor neighborhoods should ask about employment, relationships, study says

  • Many Prescribed Opioids Even After Overdose
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Few receive anti-addiction medications after hospital discharge, researchers find

  • Could Common Vitamin Supplements Raise Lung Cancer Risk?
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Increased odds only seemed to affect men or male smokers, study suggests

  • Hernia Patients May Need Fewer Opioids After Surgery, Study Finds
    (21-Aug-2017)
    After repair, smaller prescriptions led to fewer pills that could be diverted or abused

  • Sitting Could Be Big Health Risk for Frail Folks
    (21-Aug-2017)
    Being sedentary not linked to early death in people who are generally healthy, study finds

  • Kids' Cases of High Blood Pressure May Rise Under New Guidelines
    (21-Aug-2017)
    Simplified tables from American Academy of Pediatrics likely to raise detection rates

  • Sitting Could Be Big Health Risk for Frail Folks
    (21-Aug-2017)
    Being sedentary not linked to early death in people who are generally healthy, study finds

  • Are Depressed Teens Prone to Violence?
    (21-Aug-2017)
    Study findings underscore need for early treatment, researcher says

  • 'Weekend Warriors' Tend to Wear White Collars
    (18-Aug-2017)
    Desk jobs keep them seated all week, but they catch up on exercise on Saturday and Sunday, study finds

  • Gun Access May Drive Higher Suicide Rates in Rural Areas
    (18-Aug-2017)
    Study findings are based on 12-year review of deaths in Maryland

  • Gun Access May Drive Higher Suicide Rates in Rural Areas
    (18-Aug-2017)
    Study findings are based on 12-year review of deaths in Maryland

  • Gun Access May Drive Higher Suicide Rates in Rural Areas
    (18-Aug-2017)
    Study findings are based on 12-year review of deaths in Maryland

  • Voters in Counties With Worse Life Expectancy Turned to Trump in Election
    (17-Aug-2017)
    Study found link between two; researchers point to poverty, lack of health insurance, unhealthy lifestyles

  • Voters in Counties With Worse Life Expectancy Turned to Trump in Election
    (17-Aug-2017)
    Study found link between two; researchers point to poverty, lack of health insurance, unhealthy lifestyles

  • Nearly 4 Million Worldwide Die Each Year From Asthma, COPD
    (17-Aug-2017)
    In poorer countries these respiratory illnesses too often go undiagnosed and untreated, report finds

  • Could Urban Lighting Raise Breast Cancer Risk for Some Women?
    (17-Aug-2017)
    Study found link between ambient light and higher odds in young, smoking females, but more research needed

  • Nurses Learn How to Get Patients to Say 'Yes' to Blood Thinners
    (17-Aug-2017)
    Online training aims to make sure those hospitalized get treatment to prevent dangerous blood clots

  • Fatal Opioid ODs on the Rise Among U.S. Teens
    (16-Aug-2017)
    And heroin led to the most deaths among 15- to 19-year-olds, CDC says

  • Pricey Wines Can Trick Your Brain
    (16-Aug-2017)
    Are you responding to cost rather than quality?

  • Pricey Wines Can Trick Your Brain
    (16-Aug-2017)
    Are you responding to cost rather than quality?

  • Fatal Opioid ODs on the Rise Among U.S. Teens
    (16-Aug-2017)
    And heroin led to the most deaths among 15- to 19-year-olds, CDC says

  • Fatal Opioid ODs on the Rise Among U.S. Teens
    (16-Aug-2017)
    And heroin led to the most deaths among 15- to 19-year-olds, CDC says

  • Fatal Opioid ODs on the Rise Among U.S. Teens
    (16-Aug-2017)
    And heroin led to the most deaths among 15- to 19-year-olds, CDC says

  • Fatal Opioid ODs on the Rise Among U.S. Teens
    (16-Aug-2017)
    And heroin led to the most deaths among 15- to 19-year-olds, CDC says

  • Fatal Opioid ODs on the Rise Among U.S. Teens
    (16-Aug-2017)
    And heroin led to the most deaths among 15- to 19-year-olds, CDC says

  • Fatal Opioid ODs on the Rise Among U.S. Teens
    (16-Aug-2017)
    And heroin led to the most deaths among 15- to 19-year-olds, CDC says

  • Pricey Wines Can Trick Your Brain
    (16-Aug-2017)
    Are you responding to cost rather than quality?

  • A Little Drinking Might Lengthen Your Life: Study
    (15-Aug-2017)
    But researchers stress too much alcohol can increase risk of early death

  • U.S. Antidepressant Use Jumps 65 Percent in 15 Years
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Women nearly twice as likely to use the drugs as men, CDC report finds

  • Givers Really Are Happier Than Takers
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Even small acts of generosity trigger a brain boost, study finds

  • Could Big Lifestyle Changes Be Key to Managing Type 2 Diabetes?
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Study finds lower blood sugar, reduced need for medication

  • U.S. Antidepressant Use Jumps 65 Percent in 15 Years
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Women nearly twice as likely to use the drugs as men, CDC report finds

  • Date Nights for Overbooked Parents
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Make it more than a movie, experts say

  • Givers Really Are Happier Than Takers
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Even small acts of generosity trigger a brain boost, study finds

  • Local Crime Can Put Kids on the Run
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Smartphone study finds young avoid their neighborhoods when threat of danger rises

  • This Common Email Move Could Be a Career Killer
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Smiley emoji may be OK once you know someone, but not in an initial contact, study finds

  • U.S. Antidepressant Use Jumps 65 Percent in 15 Years
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Women nearly twice as likely to use the drugs as men, CDC report finds

  • Could Big Lifestyle Changes Be Key to Managing Type 2 Diabetes?
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Study finds lower blood sugar, reduced need for medication

  • U.S. Antidepressant Use Jumps 65 Percent in 15 Years
    (15-Aug-2017)
    Women nearly twice as likely to use the drugs as men, CDC report finds

  • Maybe That's Why It's Called Work
    (14-Aug-2017)
    Tough schedules, hard physical labor and stress in the workplace are widespread, survey finds

  • Smoking on the Rise Among Pregnant Women With Depression
    (14-Aug-2017)
    More than 1 in 3 smoke, compared to 1 in 10 who aren't depressed, U.S. survey finds

  • Smoking on the Rise Among Pregnant Women With Depression
    (14-Aug-2017)
    More than 1 in 3 smoke, compared to 1 in 10 who aren't depressed, U.S. survey finds

  • Maybe That's Why It's Called Work
    (14-Aug-2017)
    Tough schedules, hard physical labor and stress in the workplace are widespread, survey finds

  • ER Rates Soar as Toddlers Ingest Pot, French Study Finds
    (14-Aug-2017)
    Accidental intoxication rose 133 percent in a decade; U.S. experts call findings highly relevant

  • Smoking on the Rise Among Pregnant Women With Depression
    (14-Aug-2017)
    More than 1 in 3 smoke, compared to 1 in 10 who aren't depressed, U.S. survey finds

  • Maybe That's Why It's Called Work
    (14-Aug-2017)
    Tough schedules, hard physical labor and stress in the workplace are widespread, survey finds

  • Maybe That's Why It's Called Work
    (14-Aug-2017)
    Tough schedules, hard physical labor and stress in the workplace are widespread, survey finds

  • Marijuana May Help Ease Nerve Pain, Review Finds
    (14-Aug-2017)
    But evidence for using pot to treat other types of pain or post-traumatic stress remains inconclusive

  • Smoking on the Rise Among Pregnant Women With Depression
    (14-Aug-2017)
    More than 1 in 3 smoke, compared to 1 in 10 who aren't depressed, U.S. survey finds

  • Calming Those Back-to-School Jitters
    (13-Aug-2017)
    Child development expert offers advice on how to ease anxiety as classes start

  • Calming Those Back-to-School Jitters
    (13-Aug-2017)
    Child development expert offers advice on how to ease anxiety as classes start

  • Calming Those Back-to-School Jitters
    (13-Aug-2017)
    Child development expert offers advice on how to ease anxiety as classes start

  • Opioid Overdoses and Deaths Flooding U.S. Hospitals
    (11-Aug-2017)
    Medical costs jumped more than $30,000 per patient in less than 10 years, study finds

  • The Positive Side of Water-Cooler Gossip
    (11-Aug-2017)
    How chatter can promote a better work ethic

  • Therapy for Kids With Autism Pays Off for Moms, Dads
    (11-Aug-2017)
    Study found when parents become therapy partners, they become less depressed, learn to keep emotions in check

  • Opioid Overdoses and Deaths Flooding U.S. Hospitals
    (11-Aug-2017)
    Medical costs jumped more than $30,000 per patient in less than 10 years, study finds

  • Therapy for Kids With Autism Pays Off for Moms, Dads
    (11-Aug-2017)
    Study found when parents become therapy partners, they become less depressed, learn to keep emotions in check

  • Parents of Preemies End Up Just Fine: Study
    (11-Aug-2017)
    When kids are grown, quality of life is the same as for parents of babies born full-term

  • The Positive Side of Water-Cooler Gossip
    (11-Aug-2017)
    How chatter can promote a better work ethic

  • Therapy for Kids With Autism Pays Off for Moms, Dads
    (11-Aug-2017)
    Study found when parents become therapy partners, they become less depressed, learn to keep emotions in check

  • Parents of Preemies End Up Just Fine: Study
    (11-Aug-2017)
    When kids are grown, quality of life is the same as for parents of babies born full-term

  • When Stress Hormone Falters, Your Health May Suffer
    (11-Aug-2017)
    Study suggests lack of variation in cortisol levels could be linked to ills like inflammation, cancer

  • Parents of Preemies End Up Just Fine: Study
    (11-Aug-2017)
    When kids are grown, quality of life is the same as for parents of babies born full-term

  • Parents of Preemies End Up Just Fine: Study
    (11-Aug-2017)
    When kids are grown, quality of life is the same as for parents of babies born full-term

  • Antiperspirant Use Seems Safe During Breast Cancer Treatment: Study
    (11-Aug-2017)
    Many doctors worry about skin damage during radiation, but new research found no such effect

  • Trump to Declare Opioid Crisis a National Emergency
    (10-Aug-2017)
    The majority of overdose deaths are attributed to prescription painkillers, report says

  • Is Pot Linked to Blood Pressure Deaths?
    (10-Aug-2017)
    Study suggests so, but heart expert questions the finding

  • Trump to Declare Opioid Crisis a National Emergency
    (10-Aug-2017)
    The majority of overdose deaths are attributed to prescription painkillers, report says

  • Trump to Declare Opioid Crisis a National Emergency
    (10-Aug-2017)
    The majority of overdose deaths are attributed to prescription painkillers, report says

  • Cancer Takes Financial Toll, Even With Insurance
    (10-Aug-2017)
    1 in 6 insured patients spends one-third of their income on bills related to treatment, U.S. study finds

  • Alcohol Use, Abuse on the Rise in U.S.
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Women and older adults among those drinking more, study finds

  • Alcohol Use, Abuse on the Rise in U.S.
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Women and older adults among those drinking more, study finds

  • Is Ancient Bone Evidence of Cannibalistic Rite?
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Engravings appear rich in symbolic connotations, British researcher says

  • For Cancer Patients in the ER, Delirium Linked to Poor Outcomes
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Seriously confused people were more likely to be hospitalized and to die early, study finds

  • Health Tip: Mental Disorders Are Common
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Nearly one in five Americans recently affected, surveys show

  • For Cancer Patients in the ER, Delirium Linked to Poor Outcomes
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Seriously confused people were more likely to be hospitalized and to die early, study finds

  • For Cancer Patients in the ER, Delirium Linked to Poor Outcomes
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Seriously confused people were more likely to be hospitalized and to die early, study finds

  • Immunotherapy Shown Safe in Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Trial
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Next step is to see if it works and for how long

  • U.S. Opioid Crisis Continues to Worsen
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Lion's share of deaths attributed to prescription painkillers

  • Can Video Game Playing Cost You Gray Matter?
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Style of playing action games could impact your brain, researchers suggest

  • Instagram Photos May Offer Snapshot of Mental Health
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Social media posts seem to give clues to presence of depression, researchers say

  • Low Blood Sugar in Newborns Tied to Brain Problems Later
    (08-Aug-2017)
    These babies 2 to 3 times more apt to struggle with planning, memory, attention at age 4, study finds

  • FDA Will Target E-Cigs in Health Campaign for Youth
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Agency will warn of dangers of electronic nicotine delivery devices, not just tobacco products

  • U.S. Opioid Crisis Continues to Worsen
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Lion's share of deaths attributed to prescription painkillers

  • Instagram Photos May Offer Snapshot of Mental Health
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Social media posts seem to give clues to presence of depression, researchers say

  • U.S. Opioid Crisis Continues to Worsen
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Lion's share of deaths attributed to prescription painkillers

  • Can Video Game Playing Cost You Gray Matter?
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Style of playing action games could impact your brain, researchers suggest

  • Can Video Game Playing Cost You Gray Matter?
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Style of playing action games could impact your brain, researchers suggest

  • Instagram Photos May Offer Snapshot of Mental Health
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Social media posts seem to give clues to presence of depression, researchers say

  • FDA Will Target E-Cigs in Health Campaign for Youth
    (08-Aug-2017)
    Agency will warn of dangers of electronic nicotine delivery devices, not just tobacco products

  • '12-Step' Strategy Boosts Success of Teen Drug Abuse Program
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Messages from recovering peers made an impact, study finds

  • '12-Step' Strategy Boosts Success of Teen Drug Abuse Program
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Messages from recovering peers made an impact, study finds

  • What Diabetics Need to Know About Over-the-Counter Meds
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Many cold, cough and headache remedies contain carbs, and as much alcohol as glass of beer or wine, pharmacist says

  • 'Loneliness Epidemic' Called a Major Public Health Threat
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Social isolation tied to increased risk for premature death, research suggests

  • '12-Step' Strategy Boosts Success of Teen Drug Abuse Program
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Messages from recovering peers made an impact, study finds

  • '12-Step' Strategy Boosts Success of Teen Drug Abuse Program
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Messages from recovering peers made an impact, study finds

  • '12-Step' Strategy Boosts Success of Teen Drug Abuse Program
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Messages from recovering peers made an impact, study finds

  • 'Loneliness Epidemic' Called a Major Public Health Threat
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Social isolation tied to increased risk for premature death, research suggests

  • '12-Step' Strategy Boosts Success of Teen Drug Abuse Program
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Messages from recovering peers made an impact, study finds

  • Relationship Status Impacts Health
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Outweighing wealth, social class and IQ

  • 'Loneliness Epidemic' Called a Major Public Health Threat
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Social isolation tied to increased risk for premature death, research suggests

  • Midlife Behaviors May Affect Your Dementia Risk
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Of greatest importance are diabetes, blood pressure and smoking, researchers say

  • '12-Step' Strategy Boosts Success of Teen Drug Abuse Program
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Messages from recovering peers made an impact, study finds

  • 'Loneliness Epidemic' Called a Major Public Health Threat
    (07-Aug-2017)
    Social isolation tied to increased risk for premature death, research suggests

  • Instagram Shows How Diabetics Really Wear a Glucose Monitor
    (07-Aug-2017)
    2 out of 3 use a device that continuously tracks blood sugar on 'unapproved' body part, study finds

  • Decline in Kids' Ear Infections Linked to Pneumococcal Vaccine
    (07-Aug-2017)
    The shots are effective in killing the main bacterial cause, but other germs are growing, researchers find

  • Study Links Moderate Drinking to Reduced Risk of Dementia
    (06-Aug-2017)
    But finding comes with cautions against excessive alcohol use over extended periods

  • Study Links Moderate Drinking to Reduced Risk of Dementia
    (06-Aug-2017)
    But finding comes with cautions against excessive alcohol use over extended periods

  • Picky Eater? It Might Just Be Your Child's Personality
    (04-Aug-2017)
    Temperament determines which kids will resist new foods, study suggests

  • Teen Drivers Take More Chances as Senior Year Begins
    (04-Aug-2017)
    Experts urge parents to continue talking about consequences for unsafe behavior behind the wheel

  • Can Breast Milk Feed a Love of Vegetables?
    (04-Aug-2017)
    Think of it as an early stealth strategy in the war against picky eating, researchers say

  • Diabetes Drug Shows Promise Against Parkinson's
    (04-Aug-2017)
    Byetta improved symptoms of motor disease in small, short trial, but more research needed

  • Addiction Drug Underused by Primary Care Docs in U.S.
    (03-Aug-2017)
    Buprenorphine is prescribed to get patients off opioids in the privacy of a physician's office

  • Doctors Who 'Fat-Shame' Patients Can Cause Real Harm
    (03-Aug-2017)
    Many patients respond by avoiding needed care, psychologists warn

  • Yoga May Help Ease Depression
    (03-Aug-2017)
    It's not a cure-all but has great potential, leader of an American Psychological Association panel says

  • Addiction Drug Underused by Primary Care Docs in U.S.
    (03-Aug-2017)
    Buprenorphine is prescribed to get patients off opioids in the privacy of a physician's office

  • Doctors Who 'Fat-Shame' Patients Can Cause Real Harm
    (03-Aug-2017)
    Many patients respond by avoiding needed care, psychologists warn

  • Yoga May Help Ease Depression
    (03-Aug-2017)
    It's not a cure-all but has great potential, leader of an American Psychological Association panel says

  • Is Infant Drug Withdrawal Likelier When Opioids Used With Psychiatric Drugs?
    (03-Aug-2017)
    Prescribing practices called into question by new study

  • Doctors Who 'Fat-Shame' Patients Can Cause Real Harm
    (03-Aug-2017)
    Many patients respond by avoiding needed care, psychologists warn

  • Asthma Drug May Help Kidney Patients Regain Sense of Smell
    (03-Aug-2017)
    Problem is common in chronic kidney disease and can lead to malnutrition and other health issues

  • Addiction Drug Underused by Primary Care Docs in U.S.
    (03-Aug-2017)
    Buprenorphine is prescribed to get patients off opioids in the privacy of a physician's office

  • Stopping Statins After Stroke May Raise Risk of Another
    (02-Aug-2017)
    Large study serves as warning for stroke survivors who are prescribed cholesterol-lowering meds

  • 2 of 3 U.S. Patients Keep Unused Painkillers After Surgery
    (02-Aug-2017)
    Saving leftover pills, and not storing them correctly, could lead to opioid misuse or abuse, researchers warn

  • Novel Procedure Improves Kidney Transplant Success
    (02-Aug-2017)
    May allow more patients to get donor organ, study finds

  • Breast-Feeding Lowers Mom's Breast Cancer Risk: Study
    (01-Aug-2017)
    It also reduces the child's future cancer risk, cancer institute reports

  • Need to Calm Down? Try Talking to Yourself
    (01-Aug-2017)
    Brain scans suggest referring to yourself in third person helps keep emotions in check

  • Need to Calm Down? Try Talking to Yourself
    (01-Aug-2017)
    Brain scans suggest referring to yourself in third person helps keep emotions in check

  • Need to Calm Down? Try Talking to Yourself
    (01-Aug-2017)
    Brain scans suggest referring to yourself in third person helps keep emotions in check

  • Young Cancer Survivors Struggle to Resume Social Activities
    (01-Aug-2017)
    Strains on finances, relationships and life plans take a toll, researchers find

  • Young Cancer Survivors Struggle to Resume Social Activities
    (01-Aug-2017)
    Strains on finances, relationships and life plans take a toll, researchers find

  • Need to Calm Down? Try Talking to Yourself
    (01-Aug-2017)
    Brain scans suggest referring to yourself in third person helps keep emotions in check

  • Drug for Kidney Disease Tied to Infection Risk
    (01-Aug-2017)
    Doctors should weigh risks, benefits related to corticosteroid use, study suggests

  • Doctors Still Overprescribing Opioids in U.S.
    (31-Jul-2017)
    Nearly 92 million Americans used a powerful prescription painkiller in 2015, survey shows

  • Stress of Flying Doesn't Dim Abilities of Search-and-Rescue Dogs
    (31-Jul-2017)
    Though their bodies reacted, their performance wasn't affected, study showed

  • 7-Fold Spike Seen in Opioid-Linked Fatal Car Crashes
    (31-Jul-2017)
    Two decades of U.S. data show another way these prescription medications are taking lives

  • Aspirin Safe for Heart Failure Patients, Study Finds
    (31-Jul-2017)
    Large trial comparing it to warfarin finds aspirin not tied to more hospitalizations or deaths

  • Climate Change May Trigger 60,000 More Premature Deaths by 2030
    (31-Jul-2017)
    Worldwide outlook even more grim if nothing done to curb growing air pollution, researchers predict

  • Netflix Series '13 Reasons Why' Sparks Uptick in Google Searches for Suicide
    (31-Jul-2017)
    The news wasn't all bad, since some looked for suicide prevention, study found

  • Netflix Series '13 Reasons Why' Sparks Uptick in Google Searches for Suicide
    (31-Jul-2017)
    The news wasn't all bad, since some looked for suicide prevention, study found

  • Stress of Flying Doesn't Dim Abilities of Search-and-Rescue Dogs
    (31-Jul-2017)
    Though their bodies reacted, their performance wasn't affected, study showed

  • Netflix Series '13 Reasons Why' Sparks Uptick in Google Searches for Suicide
    (31-Jul-2017)
    The news wasn't all bad, since some looked for suicide prevention, study found

  • Genetic Testing Can Help Pinpoint Epilepsy Earlier
    (31-Jul-2017)
    Faster diagnosis leads to faster treatment, researcher says

  • Aspirin Safe for Heart Failure Patients, Study Finds
    (31-Jul-2017)
    Large trial comparing it to warfarin finds aspirin not tied to more hospitalizations or deaths

  • FDA Looks to Reduce Nicotine in Cigarettes
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Goal is to combat smoking by making it less addictive

  • Could a Little Alcohol Lower Your Diabetes Risk?
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Daily drink or two may provide a bit of protection, study suggests, but one expert skeptical

  • Exercise Not Making Dent in Most Seniors' Down Time
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Study found it only cut the amount of sedentary time by 12 minutes each day

  • FDA Looks to Reduce Nicotine in Cigarettes
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Goal is to combat smoking by making it less addictive

  • Too Soon to Widely Recommend Ketamine for Depression
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Not enough is known about the drug's long-term effects, research review concludes

  • FDA Looks to Reduce Nicotine in Cigarettes
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Goal is to combat smoking by making it less addictive

  • Are You Eating for the Wrong Reasons?
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Getting over an overeating habit

  • Just Thinking You're Less Active May Shorten Your Life
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Study suggests that even when people weren't really more sedentary, their risk of early death rose

  • Too Soon to Widely Recommend Ketamine for Depression
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Not enough is known about the drug's long-term effects, research review concludes

  • Too Soon to Widely Recommend Ketamine for Depression
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Not enough is known about the drug's long-term effects, research review concludes

  • FDA Looks to Reduce Nicotine in Cigarettes
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Goal is to combat smoking by making it less addictive

  • Could a Little Alcohol Lower Your Diabetes Risk?
    (28-Jul-2017)
    Daily drink or two may provide a bit of protection, study suggests, but one expert skeptical

  • Binge Drinking Rates Dropping on College Campuses
    (27-Jul-2017)
    But study also shows those rates are rising for young adults who are not in school

  • Hearing Loss Rates Holding Steady for U.S. Teens: Study
    (27-Jul-2017)
    Vaccine that prevents ear infections may have counterbalanced surge in headphone use, expert says

  • 'Super Moms' and 'Super Dads': Work-Home Conflicts Affect Both Genders
    (27-Jul-2017)
    'We need to bring men into the conversation,' researcher says

  • 'Super Moms' and 'Super Dads': Work-Home Conflicts Affect Both Genders
    (27-Jul-2017)
    'We need to bring men into the conversation,' researcher says

  • More E-Cigarettes, Fewer Tobacco Smokers?
    (27-Jul-2017)
    Popularity of 'vaping' tied to increase in smoking cessation, study finds

  • Treatment Costs Can Be Another Blow to Cancer Patients
    (27-Jul-2017)
    Obamacare has improved access to therapies, but finances are still a big concern, researchers say

  • When Is It Nail Fungus?
    (27-Jul-2017)
    Dermatologist says only an expert can diagnose condition accurately

  • Can Suicide Tries Spread Among Soldiers?
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Increased risk seen within Army unit if another member had tried to take own life in previous year

  • Opioid Abuse Down in Younger Americans, But Up Among Older Adults
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Rates have doubled in people over 50, report says

  • Opioid Abuse Down in Younger Americans, But Up Among Older Adults
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Rates have doubled in people over 50, report says

  • Opioid Abuse Down in Younger Americans, But Up Among Older Adults
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Rates have doubled in people over 50, report says

  • The Couple That Lives Together Shares Skin Bacteria Together
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Similarities allowed researchers to pinpoint which folks were partners 86 percent of the time

  • Can Suicide Tries Spread Among Soldiers?
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Increased risk seen within Army unit if another member had tried to take own life in previous year

  • Can Suicide Tries Spread Among Soldiers?
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Increased risk seen within Army unit if another member had tried to take own life in previous year

  • Can Suicide Tries Spread Among Soldiers?
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Increased risk seen within Army unit if another member had tried to take own life in previous year

  • Robotic Device May Help Gait in Kids With Cerebral Palsy
    (26-Jul-2017)
    Those with condition known as 'crouch gait' had better posture and balance after 15 training sessions

  • Walking the Dog, All the Way to Better Health
    (25-Jul-2017)
    Even in bad weather, seniors get about 30 minutes of daily activity by taking care of their pet

  • Is the 'Anti-Statin' Trend Threatening Lives?
    (25-Jul-2017)
    Internet-fueled movement has heart experts concerned about potential consequences

  • Nearly All Autopsied NFL Players Show Trauma-Linked Brain Disease
    (25-Jul-2017)
    No position on the football field seemed to confer protection, study says

  • Treating ADHD May Help Curb Later Drinking, Drug Problems
    (24-Jul-2017)
    For people with the disorder, meds like Ritalin linked to lower rates of alcohol, drug abuse, study finds

  • Treating ADHD May Help Curb Later Drinking, Drug Problems
    (24-Jul-2017)
    For people with the disorder, meds like Ritalin linked to lower rates of alcohol, drug abuse, study finds

  • Treating ADHD May Help Curb Later Drinking, Drug Problems
    (24-Jul-2017)
    For people with the disorder, meds like Ritalin linked to lower rates of alcohol, drug abuse, study finds

  • Is Kissing Etiquette 'Hardwired?'
    (24-Jul-2017)
    Study finds most people turn their head to the right before they pucker up

  • One Stroke Raises Risk for Another, Even Years Later: Study
    (24-Jul-2017)
    Ongoing care is essential to prevent recurrence, experts say

  • Treating ADHD May Help Curb Later Drinking, Drug Problems
    (24-Jul-2017)
    For people with the disorder, meds like Ritalin linked to lower rates of alcohol, drug abuse, study finds

  • Meds by Monthly Injection Might Revolutionize HIV Care
    (24-Jul-2017)
    If findings replicated, a shot every month or two could replace daily pills, scientists say

  • Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. Adults Has Mental Illness or Drug Problem
    (21-Jul-2017)
    New Jersey is the mentally healthiest state, report finds

  • Most Murdered U.S. Women Killed By Husbands, Boyfriends, Exes
    (21-Jul-2017)
    Federal report on decade of statistics shows over half of deaths were caused by intimate partners

  • Estrogen May Influence Women's Depression Risk
    (21-Jul-2017)
    Early menstruation, more frequent periods seem to make sad times less likely, researchers suggest

  • Most Murdered U.S. Women Killed By Husbands, Boyfriends, Exes
    (21-Jul-2017)
    Federal report on decade of statistics shows over half of deaths were caused by intimate partners

  • Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. Adults Has Mental Illness or Drug Problem
    (21-Jul-2017)
    New Jersey is the mentally healthiest state, report finds

  • Most Murdered U.S. Women Killed By Husbands, Boyfriends, Exes
    (21-Jul-2017)
    Federal report on decade of statistics shows over half of deaths were caused by intimate partners

  • Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. Adults Has Mental Illness or Drug Problem
    (21-Jul-2017)
    New Jersey is the mentally healthiest state, report finds

  • Many Terminal Cancer Patients Remain in Denial
    (20-Jul-2017)
    Not facing reality raises other troublesome issues, researchers say

  • Antidepressants in Pregnancy Tied to Slight Increase in Autism
    (20-Jul-2017)
    But difference in risk is quite small, experts say

  • Targeting 9 Risk Factors Could Prevent 1 in 3 Dementia Cases: Study
    (20-Jul-2017)
    Reducing mid-life hearing loss might make the biggest difference

  • Laser Therapy Shows Promise Against Eye 'Floaters'
    (20-Jul-2017)
    These spots in vision can increase with age, researchers note

  • Senator McCain Faces a Tough Cancer Foe
    (20-Jul-2017)
    The median survival for glioblastoma patients is about 15 months, oncologists say

  • Oxygen Therapy Revives Brain of Toddler Who Nearly Drowned
    (20-Jul-2017)
    Shrunken areas of brain tissue actually re-grew after treatment, doctor says

  • Can Fetal Alcohol Damage Be Undone?
    (19-Jul-2017)
    Two common medications show promise in lab rats, researchers report

  • Can Fetal Alcohol Damage Be Undone?
    (19-Jul-2017)
    Two common medications show promise in lab rats, researchers report

  • Losing Medicaid Tough on People Battling Depression: Study
    (19-Jul-2017)
    Breaks in coverage result in more ER visits and longer hospital stays, research finds

  • Losing Medicaid Tough on People Battling Depression: Study
    (19-Jul-2017)
    Breaks in coverage result in more ER visits and longer hospital stays, research finds

  • Easing Opioid Dose May Improve Pain and Quality of Life
    (18-Jul-2017)
    Slowly lowering the drug amount also helps people get off the medications, study author says

  • Reducing Repeat Hospitalizations Doesn't Harm Patients: Study
    (18-Jul-2017)
    Obamacare guidelines may mean better follow-up after discharge, researchers suggest

  • Women Driven to Be Thinner When Husband Is Hot
    (18-Jul-2017)
    But study finds the dynamic doesn't work the other way around

  • Women Driven to Be Thinner When Husband Is Hot
    (18-Jul-2017)
    But study finds the dynamic doesn't work the other way around

  • Women Driven to Be Thinner When Husband Is Hot
    (18-Jul-2017)
    But study finds the dynamic doesn't work the other way around

  • Create Your Own Quit-Smoking Plan
    (18-Jul-2017)
    Change habits that foster tobacco use

  • Many People Can't Spot a Faked Photo, Study Finds
    (18-Jul-2017)
    Participants only did slightly better than chance when identifying altered images

  • Women Driven to Be Thinner When Husband Is Hot
    (18-Jul-2017)
    But study finds the dynamic doesn't work the other way around

  • Special Training Plus Medication Might Help People With Advanced Alzheimer's
    (18-Jul-2017)
    Skills lost, such as dressing or bathing, can potentially be relearned, small study suggests

  • Create Your Own Quit-Smoking Plan
    (18-Jul-2017)
    Change habits that foster tobacco use

  • Not All Plant Foods Are Equal
    (17-Jul-2017)
    Analysis found that only healthy fruits, vegetables and grains guarded against heart disease

  • Health Tip: Balancing Stress at Work
    (17-Jul-2017)
    How to handle it

  • Teens Keep Building Bone After They Stop Growing: Study
    (17-Jul-2017)
    10 percent of bone mass accumulates after teens reach their adult height, making healthy habits a must

  • Timing Is Everything With Heart Attacks
    (14-Jul-2017)
    These crises tend to be more frequent on certain days, seasons, study finds

  • Working Too Much Might Tip Heart Into Irregular Rhythm
    (14-Jul-2017)
    Study shows a link between on-the-job hours and atrial fibrillation, but couldn't prove cause-and-effect

  • Despite Warnings, Kids Are Still Dying in Hot Cars
    (14-Jul-2017)
    Even on a 60-degree day, a small child's body temperature can quickly rise

  • After Couples Fight, Making Up Differs for Him and Her
    (14-Jul-2017)
    Females prefer sincere apologies while males opt for sex

  • After Couples Fight, Making Up Differs for Him and Her
    (14-Jul-2017)
    Females prefer sincere apologies while males opt for sex

  • Sound Sleep May Help You Junk the Junk Food
    (14-Jul-2017)
    Well-rested workers less likely to overeat after a stressful day, study finds

  • Timing Is Everything With Heart Attacks
    (14-Jul-2017)
    These crises tend to be more frequent on certain days, seasons, study finds

  • Ending U.S. Opioid Abuse Epidemic Will Take Years: Report
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Expert panel calls for tighter painkiller prescribing practices without denying patients in need

  • Genes May Explain Why Kids With Autism Avoid Eye Contact
    (13-Jul-2017)
    More research could shed light on how these genetic pathways work

  • Quitting Smoking Can Bring Healthier Sinuses Years Later: Study
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Smoking-related sinus pain, swelling and inflammation are reversible, new research finds

  • Quitting Smoking Can Bring Healthier Sinuses Years Later: Study
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Smoking-related sinus pain, swelling and inflammation are reversible, new research finds

  • White Collar Workers at Higher Odds of Death From ALS, Parkinson's
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Study found richer, better-educated folks with these brain diseases are more likely to die

  • Quitting Smoking Can Bring Healthier Sinuses Years Later: Study
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Smoking-related sinus pain, swelling and inflammation are reversible, new research finds

  • Quitting Smoking Can Bring Healthier Sinuses Years Later: Study
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Smoking-related sinus pain, swelling and inflammation are reversible, new research finds

  • When Opinions Threaten Friendships
    (13-Jul-2017)
    How to handle hot-button issues

  • 'Observation' Best Option for Most Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (13-Jul-2017)
    20-year study found little difference in death rates, more complications with surgery

  • Quitting Smoking Can Bring Healthier Sinuses Years Later: Study
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Smoking-related sinus pain, swelling and inflammation are reversible, new research finds

  • PTSD After Head Injury May Signal Brain Changes
    (13-Jul-2017)
    Study found area linked to emotions was larger in soldiers who had both conditions

  • Better Diet, Longer Life?
    (12-Jul-2017)
    A large study suggests you're never too old to benefit from a commitment to eating healthier

  • Fewer U.S. Dollars Spent on Cardiac Arrest Research: Study
    (12-Jul-2017)
    Other causes of death claim the lion's share of funding

  • No Sign That Antidepressants in Pregnancy Harm Kids' Brains: Study
    (12-Jul-2017)
    Large Swedish study found no link between mom's use of the drugs and kid's intellectual disability

  • Does Stress Worsen Chemical Harms in Pregnancy?
    (12-Jul-2017)
    Researchers find greater odds for low birth weight babies

  • Docs Should Counsel Even Healthy People on Diet, Exercise, Experts Say
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Influential panel urges doctors to talk to low-risk adults about lifestyle

  • Do Moms Who Smoke in Pregnancy Raise Their Odds for a Troubled Teen?
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Study found link between smoking and antisocial, criminal behavior in offspring

  • Do Moms Who Smoke in Pregnancy Raise Their Odds for a Troubled Teen?
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Study found link between smoking and antisocial, criminal behavior in offspring

  • Med Switch Not Always Best Choice With Tough Depression
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Adding an antipsychotic or a second antidepressant may produce better results, researchers say

  • Do Moms Who Smoke in Pregnancy Raise Their Odds for a Troubled Teen?
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Study found link between smoking and antisocial, criminal behavior in offspring

  • Med Switch Not Always Best Choice With Tough Depression
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Adding an antipsychotic or a second antidepressant may produce better results, researchers say

  • Viagra Might Make for a Safer, More Effective Stent
    (11-Jul-2017)
    In animal study, coating the artery-opening devices with the drug kept vessels clear longer

  • Med Switch Not Always Best Choice With Tough Depression
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Adding an antipsychotic or a second antidepressant may produce better results, researchers say

  • CPAP Mask Not a Prescription for Heart Troubles
    (11-Jul-2017)
    Device helped with sleep apnea, but didn't cut deaths from cardiovascular causes, study finds

  • Fatal First-Time Heart Attacks More Common in Blacks: Study
    (10-Jul-2017)
    Black men are twice as likely to die, so prevention is crucial, researcher says

  • Most Breast Cancer Patients Have Help Choosing Treatments
    (10-Jul-2017)
    Support system can be useful when weighing complex therapy options, study authors say

  • For Holocaust Survivors, Raised Risk of Cancer
    (10-Jul-2017)
    Study followed more than 150,000 people for 45 years

  • Most Breast Cancer Patients Have Help Choosing Treatments
    (10-Jul-2017)
    Support system can be useful when weighing complex therapy options, study authors say

  • Most Breast Cancer Patients Have Help Choosing Treatments
    (10-Jul-2017)
    Support system can be useful when weighing complex therapy options, study authors say

  • Dying May Not Be as Awful an Experience as You Think
    (07-Jul-2017)
    Study of people nearing their own death finds many describe the journey as surprisingly positive

  • 2 of 3 Americans Don't Have 'Advance Directive' for End of Life
    (07-Jul-2017)
    Document lets family members know your wishes

  • Most Relationships Survive Struggles With Infertility
    (07-Jul-2017)
    Study finds couples who seek in vitro fertilization are not at added risk of divorce

  • Most Relationships Survive Struggles With Infertility
    (07-Jul-2017)
    Study finds couples who seek in vitro fertilization are not at added risk of divorce

  • Dying May Not Be as Awful an Experience as You Think
    (07-Jul-2017)
    Study of people nearing their own death finds many describe the journey as surprisingly positive

  • Most Relationships Survive Struggles With Infertility
    (07-Jul-2017)
    Study finds couples who seek in vitro fertilization are not at added risk of divorce

  • U.S. Opioid Prescriptions Fall, But Numbers Still High: CDC
    (06-Jul-2017)
    And length of prescriptions went up, raising risk of addiction among patients

  • Getting Over Guilt
    (06-Jul-2017)
    How to let go of past transgressions

  • Many Parts of the World Lack Soap for Hand-Washing
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Areas with lowest rates are in Africa, research shows

  • Smoking On the Rise in Movies Aimed at Young: Study
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Rise prompts call for R rating on movies that show or imply tobacco use

  • Smoking On the Rise in Movies Aimed at Young: Study
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Rise prompts call for R rating on movies that show or imply tobacco use

  • Cancer Deaths Higher in Rural America, CDC Reports
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Agency head calls persistent geographic gap a 'significant public health problem'

  • U.S. Opioid Prescriptions Fall, But Numbers Still High: CDC
    (06-Jul-2017)
    And length of prescriptions went up, raising risk of addiction among patients

  • Laughter May Be a Serious Evolutionary Tool
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Chuckling together might have helped humans form social groups, researchers say

  • Smoking On the Rise in Movies Aimed at Young: Study
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Rise prompts call for R rating on movies that show or imply tobacco use

  • Getting Over Guilt
    (06-Jul-2017)
    How to let go of past transgressions

  • Laughter May Be a Serious Evolutionary Tool
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Chuckling together might have helped humans form social groups, researchers say

  • Cancer Deaths Higher in Rural America, CDC Reports
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Agency head calls persistent geographic gap a 'significant public health problem'

  • Smoking On the Rise in Movies Aimed at Young: Study
    (06-Jul-2017)
    Rise prompts call for R rating on movies that show or imply tobacco use

  • Half of Opioid Prescriptions Go to People With Mental Illness
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Those with psychological conditions more likely to overdose or have other problems tied to painkillers

  • 'Simple 7' Steps Can Help Improve Blood Pressure in Blacks
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Adherence to the American Heart Association guidelines may help prevent stroke, study finds

  • Do Blacks, Hispanics Get Low Quality Hospice Care?
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Caregiver survey finds disparities between minority and white patients

  • Half of Opioid Prescriptions Go to People With Mental Illness
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Those with psychological conditions more likely to overdose or have other problems tied to painkillers

  • Half of Opioid Prescriptions Go to People With Mental Illness
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Those with psychological conditions more likely to overdose or have other problems tied to painkillers

  • Half of Opioid Prescriptions Go to People With Mental Illness
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Those with psychological conditions more likely to overdose or have other problems tied to painkillers

  • A Cheaper Alternative to Hearing Aids?
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Devices performed almost as well and are much cheaper, but they aren't regulated, researchers note

  • Nerve Zap Unlikely to Ease Low Back Pain
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Exercise alone may be best approach, researchers say

  • Severe Head Injury May Raise Dementia Risk Years Later
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Threat even higher when injury occurs in middle age, study reveals

  • Can Your Heartburn Meds Shorten Your Life?
    (03-Jul-2017)
    Study found association between prolonged use of certain drugs and increased risk of early death

  • Reaching Beyond the Prescription Pad to Treat Pain
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Tools from clinical psychology help reduce chronic opioid use after surgery: study

  • More Research Shows Big Surge in U.S. Opioid Use, Addictions
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Report from major insurer shows more than 20 percent received a painkiller prescription in 2015

  • Why People With Autism Avoid Eye Contact
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Direct gaze stresses part of the brain tied to social behavior; the study finding might improve therapies

  • Why People With Autism Avoid Eye Contact
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Direct gaze stresses part of the brain tied to social behavior; the study finding might improve therapies

  • Why People With Autism Avoid Eye Contact
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Direct gaze stresses part of the brain tied to social behavior; the study finding might improve therapies

  • Reaching Beyond the Prescription Pad to Treat Pain
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Tools from clinical psychology help reduce chronic opioid use after surgery: study

  • Why People With Autism Avoid Eye Contact
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Direct gaze stresses part of the brain tied to social behavior; the study finding might improve therapies

  • Why People With Autism Avoid Eye Contact
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Direct gaze stresses part of the brain tied to social behavior; the study finding might improve therapies

  • Many People With Type 1 Diabetes Still Make Some Insulin
    (30-Jun-2017)
    Surprising finding hints at potential future therapy

  • More Americans Are Walking for Exercise
    (29-Jun-2017)
    It's an easy, inexpensive way to get moving and reap the health benefits, experts say

  • Lack of Health Insurance Can Shorten Lives: Study
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Review of U.S. data shows more illness and death when adults are uninsured

  • Could a High IQ Mean a Longer Life?
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Lifestyle choices may explain why gifted kids tend to outlive their peers, study suggests

  • Concussion in High School Doesn't Boost Depression Risk: Study
    (29-Jun-2017)
    And another study found no long-term decline in quality of life after these head injuries

  • Depression May Worsen Health for Cancer Caregivers
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Identifying signs early on might help protect these loved ones, study suggests

  • For Many, Friends Are Key to Happiness in Old Age
    (29-Jun-2017)
    These relationships may even outstrip family when it comes to well-being, study suggests

  • For Many, Friends Are Key to Happiness in Old Age
    (29-Jun-2017)
    These relationships may even outstrip family when it comes to well-being, study suggests

  • Depression May Worsen Health for Cancer Caregivers
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Identifying signs early on might help protect these loved ones, study suggests

  • Depression May Worsen Health for Cancer Caregivers
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Identifying signs early on might help protect these loved ones, study suggests

  • Some Prostate Drugs May Do Harm
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Hormone-based meds linked to higher blood sugar and 'bad' cholesterol levels in small study

  • Antibiotics Improve Treatment of Skin Abscesses
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Drainage alone resulted in worse recovery rates, study finds

  • Many Women Mistaken on 'Side Effects' of Breast Cancer Drug
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Study shows that normal symptoms of menopause are often blamed on tamoxifen

  • Experimental Drug Shows Promise Against Dangerous Viruses
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Medicine worked in lab tests against germs that cause SARS and MERS infections

  • 3 Simple Steps Might Reduce Opioid OD Deaths
    (28-Jun-2017)
    First step: Don't give addicts a prescription for opioids or anti-anxiety medications, review recommends

  • 3 Simple Steps Might Reduce Opioid OD Deaths
    (28-Jun-2017)
    First step: Don't give addicts a prescription for opioids or anti-anxiety medications, review recommends

  • Community Intervention May Aid Fight Against Childhood Obesity
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Harvard study finds small successes in two Massachusetts-based programs

  • 3 Simple Steps Might Reduce Opioid OD Deaths
    (28-Jun-2017)
    First step: Don't give addicts a prescription for opioids or anti-anxiety medications, review recommends

  • Even at Low Levels, Dirty Air Raises Death Risk for U.S. Seniors
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Research suggests blacks, men and the poor are especially vulnerable

  • Popular Heartburn Meds Don't Raise Alzheimer's Risk: Study
    (28-Jun-2017)
    New research debunks other studies suggesting that medications used to treat ulcers, reflux cause mental decline

  • Poor Sleep May Worsen Suicidal Thoughts
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Treating insomnia might help improve emotional well-being, researchers suggest

  • Electric Brain Stimulation No Better Than Meds For Depression: Study
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Novel treatment may need to be tailored to each patient, mental health expert says

  • 3 Simple Steps Might Reduce Opioid OD Deaths
    (28-Jun-2017)
    First step: Don't give addicts a prescription for opioids or anti-anxiety medications, review recommends

  • Wider Smiles Aren't the Most Pleasing
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Study finds showing too much teeth may be less attractive to the eye

  • Poor Sleep May Worsen Suicidal Thoughts
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Treating insomnia might help improve emotional well-being, researchers suggest

  • 3 Simple Steps Might Reduce Opioid OD Deaths
    (28-Jun-2017)
    First step: Don't give addicts a prescription for opioids or anti-anxiety medications, review recommends

  • Electric Brain Stimulation No Better Than Meds For Depression: Study
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Novel treatment may need to be tailored to each patient, mental health expert says

  • Poor Sleep May Worsen Suicidal Thoughts
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Treating insomnia might help improve emotional well-being, researchers suggest

  • Can an Aspirin a Day Keep a Pregnancy Complication Away?
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Odds of preeclampsia dropped 62 percent for high-risk women who took a daily pill, study finds

  • Electric Brain Stimulation No Better Than Meds For Depression: Study
    (28-Jun-2017)
    Novel treatment may need to be tailored to each patient, mental health expert says

  • Obamacare May Have Slashed Cardiac Arrest Rate in Oregon
    (28-Jun-2017)
    'Extraordinary reduction' seen among middle-aged adults after enactment of health care law

  • E-Cigarettes Lead to 'Real' Smoking by Teens: Review
    (27-Jun-2017)
    But one public health expert questions whether the reported association is valid

  • Persistent Stress May Hasten Death in Heart Patients
    (27-Jun-2017)
    Doctors should assess mental health at routine cardiac visits, study authors say

  • Persistent Stress May Hasten Death in Heart Patients
    (27-Jun-2017)
    Doctors should assess mental health at routine cardiac visits, study authors say

  • Persistent Stress May Hasten Death in Heart Patients
    (27-Jun-2017)
    Doctors should assess mental health at routine cardiac visits, study authors say

  • E-Cigarettes Lead to 'Real' Smoking by Teens: Review
    (27-Jun-2017)
    But one public health expert questions whether the reported association is valid

  • When Is an Opioid Safe to Take?
    (26-Jun-2017)
    Doctors say it can treat intense pain, but patients should stay on the drug for shortest time possible

  • Boozing Can Age You Right Down to Your Cells
    (26-Jun-2017)
    DNA studies reveal alcoholics have shorter telomeres, key markers of aging and overall health

  • Boozing Can Age You Right Down to Your Cells
    (26-Jun-2017)
    DNA studies reveal alcoholics have shorter telomeres, key markers of aging and overall health

  • Risky Behavior Triggers Vicious Cycle for Vets With PTSD
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Report finds reckless acts a symptom of disorder, and they increase the odds of another traumatic experience

  • Fewer U.S. Kids Binge Drinking
    (23-Jun-2017)
    But 1 in 7 still had excess alcohol at least once in past month, study finds

  • Risky Behavior Triggers Vicious Cycle for Vets With PTSD
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Report finds reckless acts a symptom of disorder, and they increase the odds of another traumatic experience

  • Fewer U.S. Kids Binge Drinking
    (23-Jun-2017)
    But 1 in 7 still had excess alcohol at least once in past month, study finds

  • Risky Behavior Triggers Vicious Cycle for Vets With PTSD
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Report finds reckless acts a symptom of disorder, and they increase the odds of another traumatic experience

  • Risky Behavior Triggers Vicious Cycle for Vets With PTSD
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Report finds reckless acts a symptom of disorder, and they increase the odds of another traumatic experience

  • Risky Behavior Triggers Vicious Cycle for Vets With PTSD
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Report finds reckless acts a symptom of disorder, and they increase the odds of another traumatic experience

  • Risky Behavior Triggers Vicious Cycle for Vets With PTSD
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Report finds reckless acts a symptom of disorder, and they increase the odds of another traumatic experience

  • Regular Sleep Makes for Happier College Students
    (23-Jun-2017)
    When erratic snoozers improve shut-eye habits, they feel better, study finds

  • Need Braces? Say Goodbye to 'Metal-Mouth' Taunts
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Teeth can be straightened with a variety of options now, and some of them are even clear

  • Risky Behavior Triggers Vicious Cycle for Vets With PTSD
    (23-Jun-2017)
    Report finds reckless acts a symptom of disorder, and they increase the odds of another traumatic experience

  • Health Tip: Get the Facts on Alcohol and Sleep
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Know how it affects you

  • Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Study found they face health risks from continued exposure

  • Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Study found they face health risks from continued exposure

  • Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Study found they face health risks from continued exposure

  • Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Study found they face health risks from continued exposure

  • When is Tourette Syndrome Actually Autism?
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Repetitive behaviors, restricted interests occur in both disorders, make correct diagnosis tricky, researchers report

  • OCD May Be Linked to Inflammation in the Brain: Study
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Breakthrough could spur better treatments for anxiety disorder, researchers say

  • Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Study found they face health risks from continued exposure

  • OCD May Be Linked to Inflammation in the Brain: Study
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Breakthrough could spur better treatments for anxiety disorder, researchers say

  • Secondhand Smoke Still Plagues Some Cancer Survivors
    (22-Jun-2017)
    Study found they face health risks from continued exposure

  • Head Position May Not Affect Outcome After Stroke
    (21-Jun-2017)
    International study suggests patients will do as well sitting up as following doctor's orders to lie on their backs

  • Suicide Risk Especially High for U.S. Farmers
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Other occupations have lower rates, study says

  • Depressed Back Pain Patients Often Get Opioids
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds they are also more apt to get higher doses of the highly addictive painkillers

  • Opioid-Linked Hospitalizations Rising Fastest for Women: Study
    (21-Jun-2017)
    U.S. cases rose 75 percent for females vs. 55 percent for males over a decade, study finds

  • Depressed Back Pain Patients Often Get Opioids
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds they are also more apt to get higher doses of the highly addictive painkillers

  • Opioid-Linked Hospitalizations Rising Fastest for Women: Study
    (21-Jun-2017)
    U.S. cases rose 75 percent for females vs. 55 percent for males over a decade, study finds

  • Depressed Back Pain Patients Often Get Opioids
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds they are also more apt to get higher doses of the highly addictive painkillers

  • Opioid-Linked Hospitalizations Rising Fastest for Women: Study
    (21-Jun-2017)
    U.S. cases rose 75 percent for females vs. 55 percent for males over a decade, study finds

  • Depressed Back Pain Patients Often Get Opioids
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds they are also more apt to get higher doses of the highly addictive painkillers

  • Opioid-Linked Hospitalizations Rising Fastest for Women: Study
    (21-Jun-2017)
    U.S. cases rose 75 percent for females vs. 55 percent for males over a decade, study finds

  • Depressed Back Pain Patients Often Get Opioids
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds they are also more apt to get higher doses of the highly addictive painkillers

  • Opioid-Linked Hospitalizations Rising Fastest for Women: Study
    (21-Jun-2017)
    U.S. cases rose 75 percent for females vs. 55 percent for males over a decade, study finds

  • Suicide Risk Especially High for U.S. Farmers
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Other occupations have lower rates, study says

  • Do Older Dads Produce Brainy Boys?
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds their sons score high in intelligence and focus

  • Do Older Dads Produce Brainy Boys?
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds their sons score high in intelligence and focus

  • Suicide Risk Especially High for U.S. Farmers
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Other occupations have lower rates, study says

  • Cocaine, Other Drugs Detected in Carrie Fisher's System After Her Death
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Actress died in December after cardiac arrest; experts say drug abuse can weaken the heart

  • Many Chronic Illnesses Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Odds 9 times higher for people with traumatic brain injury, study suggests

  • Many Chronic Illnesses Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Odds 9 times higher for people with traumatic brain injury, study suggests

  • Americans Want to Be Fit, But Most Don't Put in the Effort
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Survey finds three-quarters think appearance is 'very important,' yet only 31 percent work out regularly

  • Many Chronic Illnesses Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Jun-2017)
    Odds 9 times higher for people with traumatic brain injury, study suggests

  • Opioid Abuse Jumps 6-Fold for U.S. Youth, Too Few Get Treated: Study
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Many don't receive medications recommended to beat these dependencies, researchers say

  • Raise the Smoking Age to 21? Most Kids Fine With That
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Study found two-thirds of U.S. teens endorse such a move by states

  • With Climate Change, More Deadly Heatwaves Will Strike
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Without interventions, three-quarters of planet's inhabitants will suffer, study suggests

  • Why Yoga, Tai Chi and Meditation Are Good for You
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Mind-body interventions reverse DNA reactions that cause stress, study suggests

  • Guns Kill or Wound 7,000 U.S. Kids a Year: Report
    (19-Jun-2017)
    It's a 'uniquely American problem,' one pediatrician says

  • Raise the Smoking Age to 21? Most Kids Fine With That
    (19-Jun-2017)
    Study found two-thirds of U.S. teens endorse such a move by states

  • Addicts Try to Avoid Deadly Fentanyl, But Many Tragically Fail
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Potent synthetic opioid now responsible for more than half of overdose deaths, study suggests

  • Helmets for Motorcyclists a No Brainer: Study
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Skull and facial injuries much more likely without head protection

  • Give Dad the Gift of Health on Father's Day
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Exercise with him, let him get some extra sleep, men's health expert says

  • Addicts Try to Avoid Deadly Fentanyl, But Many Tragically Fail
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Potent synthetic opioid now responsible for more than half of overdose deaths, study suggests

  • Happy Marriage, Healthier Spouses
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Nurturing each other translates to nurturing your health

  • Happy Marriage, Healthier Spouses
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Nurturing each other translates to nurturing your health

  • Study Cites Top Reasons Young Autism Patients Are Hospitalized
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Mood disorders, sleep problems and having a single caregiver raise odds of in-patient psychiatric care

  • High-Intensity Exercise May Be Bad for the Bowels
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Hydration and proper food intake might help prevent gut trouble, researcher says

  • Seniors Get Good Results From Herniated Disc Surgery
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Age is no reason to avoid the operation, Norwegian researchers report

  • Lifesaving Drugs From Pfizer in Short Supply: FDA
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Agency seeking alternatives, extending 'shelf life' for meds like epinephrine

  • Medical Costs Soar for U.S. Babies Born Addicted to Opioids
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Yearly price tag for their care now tops $300 million, researchers report

  • Pot Plus Booze: A Deadly Mix Behind the Wheel
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Study found odds of a fatal auto accident jumped 5 times if both substances were used

  • When Parents Focus on Smartphones, Kids' Misbehaving Can Rise
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Little ones can feel snubbed by the devices and consequently act out, study suggests

  • First Decline Seen in 'Vaping' Among U.S. Teens: CDC
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Drop fueled a decrease in use of all tobacco products, report finds

  • First Decline Seen in 'Vaping' Among U.S. Teens: CDC
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Drop fueled a decrease in use of all tobacco products, report finds

  • First Decline Seen in 'Vaping' Among U.S. Teens: CDC
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Drop fueled a decrease in use of all tobacco products, report finds

  • Pot Plus Booze: A Deadly Mix Behind the Wheel
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Study found odds of a fatal auto accident jumped 5 times if both substances were used

  • Pot Plus Booze: A Deadly Mix Behind the Wheel
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Study found odds of a fatal auto accident jumped 5 times if both substances were used

  • First Decline Seen in 'Vaping' Among U.S. Teens: CDC
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Drop fueled a decrease in use of all tobacco products, report finds

  • Want a Workout for Mind and Body? Hop on Your Bike
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Cycling benefits your heart, muscles, waistline and disposition, experts say

  • Horse Therapy Could Rein In Stroke's Damage Years Later
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Study found animal's movement improved gait, balance for survivors

  • Many Young Americans Using Snuff, Chewing Tobacco
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Report notes that these smokeless tobacco products are addictive and carcinogenic

  • First Decline Seen in 'Vaping' Among U.S. Teens: CDC
    (15-Jun-2017)
    Drop fueled a decrease in use of all tobacco products, report finds

  • As U.S. Heroin Use Reaches 20-Year High, Cost to Society Soars
    (14-Jun-2017)
    Tab is nearly $51,000 for each heroin user, far more than many chronic illnesses

  • As U.S. Heroin Use Reaches 20-Year High, Cost to Society Soars
    (14-Jun-2017)
    Tab is nearly $51,000 for each heroin user, far more than many chronic illnesses

  • As U.S. Heroin Use Reaches 20-Year High, Cost to Society Soars
    (14-Jun-2017)
    Tab is nearly $51,000 for each heroin user, far more than many chronic illnesses

  • As U.S. Heroin Use Reaches 20-Year High, Cost to Society Soars
    (14-Jun-2017)
    Tab is nearly $51,000 for each heroin user, far more than many chronic illnesses

  • As U.S. Heroin Use Reaches 20-Year High, Cost to Society Soars
    (14-Jun-2017)
    Tab is nearly $51,000 for each heroin user, far more than many chronic illnesses

  • As U.S. Heroin Use Reaches 20-Year High, Cost to Society Soars
    (14-Jun-2017)
    Tab is nearly $51,000 for each heroin user, far more than many chronic illnesses

  • Helping Your Kids Cope With Your Divorce
    (14-Jun-2017)
    Things Mom and Dad should agree on

  • Helping Your Kids Cope With Your Divorce
    (14-Jun-2017)
    Things Mom and Dad should agree on

  • Women More Likely to Remember Plus-Size Models
    (13-Jun-2017)
    It pays to use more realistic body types, small study suggests

  • Who Looks Obese to You?
    (13-Jun-2017)
    White women are expected to be thin, blacks not so much, study finds

  • Women More Likely to Remember Plus-Size Models
    (13-Jun-2017)
    It pays to use more realistic body types, small study suggests

  • Adding in Prescription for Partner Boosts STD Care
    (13-Jun-2017)
    Lower chlamydia, gonorrhea rates seen when one person can obtain treatment for both partners

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Teens With ADHD Face a Higher Crash Risk
    (12-Jun-2017)
    Study found they were 36 percent more likely to get in an accident than other adolescents

  • Could Your Breakfast Cloud Your Judgment?
    (12-Jun-2017)
    Responses to unfair financial offer differed after high-carb versus high-protein meal, study found

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • 'Beans' or 'Sizzlin' Beans:' Words Get People Eating Healthier
    (12-Jun-2017)
    Simple changes to a cafeteria's veggie descriptions caused a big change in choices, study found

  • Meds Rooted in Ancient China May Help Heart: Review
    (12-Jun-2017)
    But U.S. experts greet report with caution, urge further research

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Suffer From Mental Illness
    (12-Jun-2017)
    More than a third aren't getting help, federal study says

  • Opioids Over-Prescribed After C-Sections: Studies
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Pills women don't use may end up in the wrong hands, researchers suggest

  • FDA Asks Maker of Opioid Painkiller Opana ER to Pull Drug From Market
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Agency says the powerful medication's risk for abuse now outweighs any benefit

  • Depression Can Slow Hospital Patients' Recovery: Study
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Screening for the mood disorder is important for successful healing, psychiatrist says

  • Opioids Over-Prescribed After C-Sections: Studies
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Pills women don't use may end up in the wrong hands, researchers suggest

  • FDA Asks Maker of Opioid Painkiller Opana ER to Pull Drug From Market
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Agency says the powerful medication's risk for abuse now outweighs any benefit

  • Opioids Over-Prescribed After C-Sections: Studies
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Pills women don't use may end up in the wrong hands, researchers suggest

  • Opioids Over-Prescribed After C-Sections: Studies
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Pills women don't use may end up in the wrong hands, researchers suggest

  • Opioids Over-Prescribed After C-Sections: Studies
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Pills women don't use may end up in the wrong hands, researchers suggest

  • Bed Partner Often Fuels Loved One's Insomnia
    (09-Jun-2017)
    Well-intentioned tips to encourage better sleep often backfire, study finds

  • Heroin Vaccine Blocks Drug High in Tests on Monkeys
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Researchers hope it will prove as effective in human tests and become an aid for recovering addicts

  • Heart Risks to Fetus From Bipolar Drug May Be Lower Than Thought
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Pregnant women taking lithium should discuss any concerns with doctor, researchers say

  • Abused Women Prone to Unnecessary Ovary Removal: Study
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Researchers think physical, emotional or sexual abuse may prompt women to over-react to gynecological symptoms

  • Heroin Vaccine Blocks Drug High in Tests on Monkeys
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Researchers hope it will prove as effective in human tests and become an aid for recovering addicts

  • Heroin Vaccine Blocks Drug High in Tests on Monkeys
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Researchers hope it will prove as effective in human tests and become an aid for recovering addicts

  • Abused Women Prone to Unnecessary Ovary Removal: Study
    (08-Jun-2017)
    Researchers think physical, emotional or sexual abuse may prompt women to over-react to gynecological symptoms

  • Excess Alcohol May Speed Muscle Loss in Older Women
    (07-Jun-2017)
    After menopause, frequent drinkers had four times the risk of sarcopenia, study found

  • U.S. Liver Cancer Deaths Have Doubled Since 1980s: Study
    (07-Jun-2017)
    It's now fifth-leading cause of cancer death in men and No. 8 among women

  • Even Moderate Drinking May Dull the Aging Brain
    (07-Jun-2017)
    Findings suggest U.S. drinking guidelines might be too liberal

  • Excess Alcohol May Speed Muscle Loss in Older Women
    (07-Jun-2017)
    After menopause, frequent drinkers had four times the risk of sarcopenia, study found

  • U.S. Liver Cancer Deaths Have Doubled Since 1980s: Study
    (07-Jun-2017)
    It's now fifth-leading cause of cancer death in men and No. 8 among women

  • Could U.S. Election Results Be Harmful to Health?
    (07-Jun-2017)
    Review of Obama and Trump wins suggests impact on stress, disease levels

  • U.S. Liver Cancer Deaths Have Doubled Since 1980s: Study
    (07-Jun-2017)
    It's now fifth-leading cause of cancer death in men and No. 8 among women

  • Antidepressants During Pregnancy Safe for Baby: Study
    (07-Jun-2017)
    It finds newborns aren't more likely to be irritable, hard to feed or sleepless

  • Overweight Kids Pay a Heavy Social Price
    (07-Jun-2017)
    They tend to have fewer friends, which can lead to depression and other emotional problems, researchers say

  • Teen Boys Treated for Assault Often Want Mental Health Care, Too
    (07-Jun-2017)
    Support can help adolescents recover and get back to school, researcher says

  • Could U.S. Election Results Be Harmful to Health?
    (07-Jun-2017)
    Review of Obama and Trump wins suggests impact on stress, disease levels

  • Overweight Kids Pay a Heavy Social Price
    (07-Jun-2017)
    They tend to have fewer friends, which can lead to depression and other emotional problems, researchers say

  • Could U.S. Election Results Be Harmful to Health?
    (07-Jun-2017)
    Review of Obama and Trump wins suggests impact on stress, disease levels

  • Advances Against Heart Disease Haven't Reached America's Poor: Studies
    (07-Jun-2017)
    Results are 'shocking,' expert says

  • U.S. Liver Cancer Deaths Have Doubled Since 1980s: Study
    (07-Jun-2017)
    It's now fifth-leading cause of cancer death in men and No. 8 among women

  • Teen Boys Treated for Assault Often Want Mental Health Care, Too
    (07-Jun-2017)
    Support can help adolescents recover and get back to school, researcher says

  • 1 in 5 Weight-Loss Surgery Patients Using Opioids Years Later
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Though procedure relieves obesity-related pain, it doesn't erase the need for painkillers, researchers report

  • Chronic Pain Common in Adults With Depression, Anxiety
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Study finds the double whammy is a significant and growing health problem

  • Chronic Pain Common in Adults With Depression, Anxiety
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Study finds the double whammy is a significant and growing health problem

  • Just 10 Cigarettes During Pregnancy Can Harm Kids
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Teens whose mothers smoked may have issues with thinking skills, study shows

  • Just 10 Cigarettes During Pregnancy Can Harm Kids
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Teens whose mothers smoked may have issues with thinking skills, study shows

  • Publicly Funded Cancer Trials Gained Americans 3 Million More Years
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Study looked at data stretching from 1956 and 2016

  • Chronic Pain Common in Adults With Depression, Anxiety
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Study finds the double whammy is a significant and growing health problem

  • Chronic Pain Common in Adults With Depression, Anxiety
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Study finds the double whammy is a significant and growing health problem

  • Just 10 Cigarettes During Pregnancy Can Harm Kids
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Teens whose mothers smoked may have issues with thinking skills, study shows

  • 'Recovery-Oriented' Talk Therapy May Help Curb Schizophrenia
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Even very ill patients progressed over time, researchers report

  • 'Recovery-Oriented' Talk Therapy May Help Curb Schizophrenia
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Even very ill patients progressed over time, researchers report

  • 'Recovery-Oriented' Talk Therapy May Help Curb Schizophrenia
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Even very ill patients progressed over time, researchers report

  • Just 10 Cigarettes During Pregnancy Can Harm Kids
    (06-Jun-2017)
    Teens whose mothers smoked may have issues with thinking skills, study shows

  • Cirrhosis Could Raise Stroke Risk
    (05-Jun-2017)
    Average yearly rate of the attacks doubled in people with the liver disease, study found

  • Breast-Feeding May Reduce Pain From C-Section
    (05-Jun-2017)
    Study authors say finding provides another good reason to encourage women to nurse

  • Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths May Be Underestimated: Study
    (05-Jun-2017)
    Lack of standardized death investigations might leave some babies out of official counts

  • When a Divorce Turns Bitter, Kids' Immune Systems May Pay a Price
    (05-Jun-2017)
    More evidence that family stress in childhood might affect lifelong health

  • Conquering One Big Cancer Side Effect: Fear
    (02-Jun-2017)
    Three new therapy programs provide much-needed psychological support, researchers report

  • What You Need to Know About Antidepressants
    (02-Jun-2017)
    They work by affecting brain chemicals that regulate mood, FDA explains

  • Air Mattresses Linked to More Than 100 Infant Deaths
    (02-Jun-2017)
    They can mold to a baby's face, leading to suffocation, researchers say

  • Conquering One Big Cancer Side Effect: Fear
    (02-Jun-2017)
    Three new therapy programs provide much-needed psychological support, researchers report

  • What You Need to Know About Antidepressants
    (02-Jun-2017)
    They work by affecting brain chemicals that regulate mood, FDA explains

  • Conquering One Big Cancer Side Effect: Fear
    (02-Jun-2017)
    Three new therapy programs provide much-needed psychological support, researchers report

  • 'Making the Best of It': Families Face the Heavy Burden of Alzheimer's
    (02-Jun-2017)
    With U.S. cases expected to triple to 16 million by 2050, support for caregivers desperately needed

  • What You Need to Know About Antidepressants
    (02-Jun-2017)
    They work by affecting brain chemicals that regulate mood, FDA explains

  • What You Need to Know About Antidepressants
    (02-Jun-2017)
    They work by affecting brain chemicals that regulate mood, FDA explains

  • Conquering One Big Cancer Side Effect: Fear
    (02-Jun-2017)
    Three new therapy programs provide much-needed psychological support, researchers report

  • Shifting Weather Can Unleash Pollen 'Superburst'
    (02-Jun-2017)
    Trees, grasses and weeds may bloom all at once, creating agony for those with allergies

  • Childhood Cancer Survivors Now Living Healthier Lives
    (02-Jun-2017)
    Could be due to changes made years ago in treatments children receive, researchers say

  • Elite High Schools Breed Higher Risk of Addiction: Study
    (01-Jun-2017)
    Rates are two to three times higher than national norms

  • MS-Related Brain Changes May Affect Social Skills
    (01-Jun-2017)
    Study might explain why some multiple sclerosis patients stop understanding what others are feeling

  • Can Online Treatment Replace Your Therapist?
    (01-Jun-2017)
    For people with mild or moderate depression, web-based versions might help, study finds

  • Loneliness May Lead to Sleepless Nights
    (01-Jun-2017)
    Study suggests that feeling alone may make one feel less safe, unable to rest

  • Advocating for a Loved One
    (01-Jun-2017)
    The many facets of caregiving

  • MS-Related Brain Changes May Affect Social Skills
    (01-Jun-2017)
    Study might explain why some multiple sclerosis patients stop understanding what others are feeling

  • Loneliness May Lead to Sleepless Nights
    (01-Jun-2017)
    Study suggests that feeling alone may make one feel less safe, unable to rest

  • Can Online Treatment Replace Your Therapist?
    (01-Jun-2017)
    For people with mild or moderate depression, web-based versions might help, study finds

  • Elite High Schools Breed Higher Risk of Addiction: Study
    (01-Jun-2017)
    Rates are two to three times higher than national norms

  • Elite High Schools Breed Higher Risk of Addiction: Study
    (01-Jun-2017)
    Rates are two to three times higher than national norms

  • Can Online Treatment Replace Your Therapist?
    (01-Jun-2017)
    For people with mild or moderate depression, web-based versions might help, study finds

  • New Combo Pill Offers Hope to Hepatitis C Patients Who Fail Other Treatment
    (01-Jun-2017)
    3-drug mixture was nearly 100 percent effective in drug company trials

  • Did a 1980 Letter Help Spark the U.S. Opioid Crisis?
    (31-May-2017)
    Doctors may have been misled by report calling painkiller addiction 'rare'

  • Communication Problems Not at Root of Tantrums in Kids With Autism
    (31-May-2017)
    Study shows outbursts occur just as frequently among children without speech, language troubles

  • Did a 1980 Letter Help Spark the U.S. Opioid Crisis?
    (31-May-2017)
    Doctors may have been misled by report calling painkiller addiction 'rare'

  • Suicide Risk Is High for Psychiatric Patients Long After Discharge From Care
    (31-May-2017)
    Monitoring by doctors, family and friends is crucial, researchers and experts say

  • Suicide Risk Is High for Psychiatric Patients Long After Discharge From Care
    (31-May-2017)
    Monitoring by doctors, family and friends is crucial, researchers and experts say

  • Suicide Risk Is High for Psychiatric Patients Long After Discharge From Care
    (31-May-2017)
    Monitoring by doctors, family and friends is crucial, researchers and experts say

  • Can People 'Sniff' Out Illness in Others?
    (30-May-2017)
    Study suggests humans use vision and smell to detect infection more than thought

  • Can a 70-Year-Old Have the Arteries of a 20-Year-Old?
    (30-May-2017)
    It's possible, but hard work in today's 'Western' culture, study finds

  • Transgender People Report More Health Problems
    (30-May-2017)
    Disparities can't be explained by lower income, other factors, researcher says

  • Preschoolers Who Know Snack-Food Brands on Road to Obesity?
    (30-May-2017)
    An unhealthy diet may be why they can ID these logos, researchers suggest

  • Scientists Tweak Antibiotic to Boost Power Against 'Superbugs'
    (30-May-2017)
    New form of vancomycin hits bacteria in 3 ways, helping curb the threat of microbial resistance

  • Depression Often a Precursor to Falls in Elderly People
    (26-May-2017)
    But study found proper dose of psychiatric drugs might erase that danger

  • Depression Often a Precursor to Falls in Elderly People
    (26-May-2017)
    But study found proper dose of psychiatric drugs might erase that danger

  • Promising Results for Drug to Fight Arthritis Linked to Psoriasis
    (26-May-2017)
    Psoriatic arthritis causes painful joint swelling, but new medication Taltz might help

  • Scientists Report Progress on Genetic Test for Anal Cancer
    (26-May-2017)
    But research is still in early stages

  • Do Daughters Bring Out a Dad's 'Softer Side'?
    (25-May-2017)
    Study found men raising toddlers were more responsive, emotional with girls than boys

  • Autism's 'Worryingly' High Suicide Rates Spur Conference
    (25-May-2017)
    Signs of depression may differ from those seen in general population, researcher says

  • Special Diets, Supplements for Autism Still a Question Mark
    (25-May-2017)
    Analysis of 19 trials turned up little proof they actually work; more definitive research needed

  • Autism's 'Worryingly' High Suicide Rates Spur Conference
    (25-May-2017)
    Signs of depression may differ from those seen in general population, researcher says

  • U.S. Moms-to-Be Often Victims of Assault
    (25-May-2017)
    Researchers recommended routine prenatal screening for violence and trauma

  • Teasing Teens About Weight May Do Lasting Harm
    (25-May-2017)
    They're more likely to be obese and struggle with emotional eating as adults, research finds

  • Teasing Teens About Weight May Do Lasting Harm
    (25-May-2017)
    They're more likely to be obese and struggle with emotional eating as adults, research finds

  • Do Daughters Bring Out a Dad's 'Softer Side'?
    (25-May-2017)
    Study found men raising toddlers were more responsive, emotional with girls than boys

  • Autism's 'Worryingly' High Suicide Rates Spur Conference
    (25-May-2017)
    Signs of depression may differ from those seen in general population, researcher says

  • Autism's 'Worryingly' High Suicide Rates Spur Conference
    (25-May-2017)
    Signs of depression may differ from those seen in general population, researcher says

  • Hospital Protocol Helps Thwart Serious Infection
    (24-May-2017)
    Study finds faster treatment leads to lower risk of dying from sepsis

  • 1 in 5 U.S. Kids Killed in Crashes Not Restrained Properly
    (24-May-2017)
    Finding highlights importance of car seats, seat belts for young passengers

  • Sleepless Nights Could Pose Heart Risk Dangers
    (24-May-2017)
    Less than 6 hours a night doubled chances of dying from heart disease, stroke, study suggests

  • Death Rate Drops for Americans Hospitalized With COPD
    (24-May-2017)
    Better technology may help patients survive complications of the respiratory disease, researchers say

  • FDA OKs First Cancer Drug by Genetic Type, Not Organ of Origin
    (24-May-2017)
    Keytruda is targeted to specific cancers with specific DNA that can arise in multiple sites

  • New FDA Head Outlines 'Forceful Steps' Against Opioid Crisis
    (23-May-2017)
    On the agenda: better-tailored painkiller doses, doctor training and more

  • 3 Key Lifestyle Factors Can Lower Breast Cancer Odds
    (23-May-2017)
    Stay trim, exercise and cut back on drinking, review findings suggest

  • Suicide Risk Quadruples After Lung Cancer Diagnosis
    (23-May-2017)
    Doctors, loved ones need to be on the lookout for distress and depression, cancer specialist says

  • 3 Key Lifestyle Factors Can Lower Breast Cancer Odds
    (23-May-2017)
    Stay trim, exercise and cut back on drinking, review findings suggest

  • You're Less Apt to Fact-Check 'Fake News' When It's on Social Media: Study
    (23-May-2017)
    When users saw others looking at same report online, they were less likely to verify claims

  • At Major Teaching Hospitals, Lower Death Rates
    (23-May-2017)
    Researchers assess 30-day survival for older patients

  • Suicide Risk Quadruples After Lung Cancer Diagnosis
    (23-May-2017)
    Doctors, loved ones need to be on the lookout for distress and depression, cancer specialist says

  • Suicide Risk Quadruples After Lung Cancer Diagnosis
    (23-May-2017)
    Doctors, loved ones need to be on the lookout for distress and depression, cancer specialist says

  • City Life Tough on Teens' Mental Health
    (23-May-2017)
    Kids raised in urban areas 40 percent more likely to report psychotic experiences, study finds

  • You're Less Apt to Fact-Check 'Fake News' When It's on Social Media: Study
    (23-May-2017)
    When users saw others looking at same report online, they were less likely to verify claims

  • Helping Ease Kids' Fears After Manchester Terror Attack
    (23-May-2017)
    Mental health experts say it's important for parents to encourage teens to follow through with their plans

  • Health Tip: Don't Take Stress to Bed
    (23-May-2017)
    Find ways to relax before you sleep

  • Suicide Risk Quadruples After Lung Cancer Diagnosis
    (23-May-2017)
    Doctors, loved ones need to be on the lookout for distress and depression, cancer specialist says

  • Taking Opioids Before Knee Surgery Could Raise Pain Later
    (23-May-2017)
    People who took the powerful painkillers pre-procedure had less pain relief later, study finds

  • 1 in 4 Americans Knows Someone Hooked on Opioids: Poll
    (22-May-2017)
    Three-quarters believe that people can beat the addiction

  • Fewer U.S. Teens Are Boozing It Up
    (22-May-2017)
    Study finds frequent binge drinking among adolescents has dropped in past 25 years

  • Could 'Safer' Filtered Cigarettes Be More Deadly?
    (22-May-2017)
    New report suggests they're tied to rising rates of an aggressive lung cancer

  • Americans Skeptical of Corporate-Backed Health Research
    (22-May-2017)
    Study finding a red flag for scientists competing for dwindling funding sources for their work

  • 1 in 4 Americans Knows Someone Hooked on Opioids: Poll
    (22-May-2017)
    Three-quarters believe that people can beat the addiction

  • Overcrowded ERs Risky for Some Seriously Ill Patients
    (22-May-2017)
    People with sepsis had to wait almost an extra hour for antibiotics in busy hospitals, study finds

  • How Not to Nod Off Behind the Wheel
    (20-May-2017)
    Recognizing signs of sleepiness key to prevention, researcher says

  • Yoga, Meditation May Ease Some Breast Cancer Symptoms
    (19-May-2017)
    But study into alternative therapies didn't find evidence to support using dietary supplements

  • Women Aren't Better at Reading People's Faces After All
    (19-May-2017)
    Study found men were just as good at gauging others in social settings

  • Dying Patients Often Given Medicines That Won't Help Them
    (19-May-2017)
    Study finds many still prescribed long-term disease-preventing medications

  • Heavy Kids Face Triple the Odds for Depression in Adulthood
    (19-May-2017)
    Risk was 4 times greater if they were also overweight as adults, study finds

  • ERs May Need to Rethink Opioid Prescription Practices
    (19-May-2017)
    States should limit the number of days these drugs can be given, study suggests

  • ERs May Need to Rethink Opioid Prescription Practices
    (19-May-2017)
    States should limit the number of days these drugs can be given, study suggests

  • Women Aren't Better at Reading People's Faces After All
    (19-May-2017)
    Study found men were just as good at gauging others in social settings

  • Suicide by Insulin?
    (19-May-2017)
    Self-harm and suicidal behavior may not always be obvious in people with diabetes

  • Women Aren't Better at Reading People's Faces After All
    (19-May-2017)
    Study found men were just as good at gauging others in social settings

  • Yoga, Meditation May Ease Some Breast Cancer Symptoms
    (19-May-2017)
    But study into alternative therapies didn't find evidence to support using dietary supplements

  • Suicide by Insulin?
    (19-May-2017)
    Self-harm and suicidal behavior may not always be obvious in people with diabetes

  • Could Cancer Drug Gleevec Help With Severe Asthma?
    (19-May-2017)
    Small study suggests a new approach might one day help those with uncontrolled lung disease

  • Brain Scans Spot Where Fear and Anxiety Live
    (18-May-2017)
    Unusually large 'striatum' is linked to inability to cope with uncertainty, research shows

  • Charlie Sheen's 2015 HIV Disclosure Spiked Use of Home Test Kits
    (18-May-2017)
    New study finds a near doubling of sales of OraQuick test, showing power of celebrity announcements

  • Brain Scans Spot Where Fear and Anxiety Live
    (18-May-2017)
    Unusually large 'striatum' is linked to inability to cope with uncertainty, research shows

  • Was It Love at First Smell?
    (18-May-2017)
    Sight isn't the only sense involved in attraction to others, new research says

  • Brain Scans Spot Where Fear and Anxiety Live
    (18-May-2017)
    Unusually large 'striatum' is linked to inability to cope with uncertainty, research shows

  • Century-Old Technique May Help Infertile Couples Conceive Without IVF
    (18-May-2017)
    In study, flushing fallopian tubes with an oil allowed 40 percent of couples to achieve pregnancy

  • Chemo Drug May Buy Time for Those With Bile Duct Cancer
    (18-May-2017)
    For patients with the rare disease, survival benefit was seen in those given Xeloda, researchers say

  • Could a Weight-Loss Surgery Lead to Alcohol Abuse?
    (17-May-2017)
    Patients who undergo Roux-en-Y gastric bypass appear more likely to develop drinking problem, study says

  • Health Tip: Limit a Young Child's Media Time
    (17-May-2017)
    Here are potential benefits

  • Just 2 Weeks on the Couch Can Trigger Body's Decline
    (17-May-2017)
    Constant daily activity vital to optimal health, lifestyle experts say

  • Your Doctor's Age Might Affect Your Care
    (17-May-2017)
    Study found older patients' hospital survival was slightly higher when their physician was younger

  • Heart Disease the No. 1 Killer Worldwide
    (17-May-2017)
    Low-cost, effective treatment programs are needed, researcher says

  • Think You're a 'Fun Drunk?' A 'Mean Drunk?' Think Again
    (16-May-2017)
    Study finds people overestimate just how much boozing changes their personality

  • Think You're a 'Fun Drunk?' A 'Mean Drunk?' Think Again
    (16-May-2017)
    Study finds people overestimate just how much boozing changes their personality

  • Heart Health Might Be a Matter of Geography
    (16-May-2017)
    U.S. counties where cardiovascular death rates are high or low sometimes sit side-by-side, study finds

  • Think You're a 'Fun Drunk?' A 'Mean Drunk?' Think Again
    (16-May-2017)
    Study finds people overestimate just how much boozing changes their personality

  • E-Cigarettes Linked to Bladder Cancer Risk
    (15-May-2017)
    'Vaping' could lead to cancerous changes in cells that form the bladder lining, research indicates

  • Study Looks at Parkinson's Effect on Life Span
    (15-May-2017)
    2-year difference seen between people with degenerative brain diseases and their healthy peers

  • 'Fight or Flight' Response Greater in Combat Vets With PTSD: Study
    (15-May-2017)
    This heightened stress could increase their risk for heart disease, researchers say

  • 'Female Viagra' May Lift a Younger Woman's Libido
    (15-May-2017)
    But a pill might not address all the issues facing women who've lost their sex drive, researcher says

  • 'Female Viagra' May Lift a Younger Woman's Libido
    (15-May-2017)
    But a pill might not address all the issues facing women who've lost their sex drive, researcher says

  • 'Fight or Flight' Response Greater in Combat Vets With PTSD: Study
    (15-May-2017)
    This heightened stress could increase their risk for heart disease, researchers say

  • A New Way to Avoid an Embarrassing Male Sexual Problem?
    (15-May-2017)
    Handy anesthetic 'wipes' may help some -- but not all -- guys with premature ejaculation, small study finds

  • 'Female Viagra' May Lift a Younger Woman's Libido
    (15-May-2017)
    But a pill might not address all the issues facing women who've lost their sex drive, researcher says

  • E-Cigarettes Linked to Bladder Cancer Risk
    (15-May-2017)
    'Vaping' could lead to cancerous changes in cells that form the bladder lining, research indicates

  • Study Sees Link Between Porn and Sexual Dysfunction
    (12-May-2017)
    It could be creating unrealistic expectations for young, inexperienced men, researcher says

  • Athletes With ADHD Favor Team Competition
    (12-May-2017)
    They're more likely to play contact sports like football, lacrosse and hockey, study finds

  • Study Sees Link Between Porn and Sexual Dysfunction
    (12-May-2017)
    It could be creating unrealistic expectations for young, inexperienced men, researcher says

  • Blood Vessel-Clearing Procedure Riskier on Weekends: Study
    (12-May-2017)
    Though low overall, the odds of dying are doubled if angioplasty is done on Saturday or Sunday

  • Could Tai Chi Ease Insomnia in Breast Cancer Survivors?
    (12-May-2017)
    Study found it as effective as talk therapy for improving sleep and depression

  • Study Sees Link Between Porn and Sexual Dysfunction
    (12-May-2017)
    It could be creating unrealistic expectations for young, inexperienced men, researcher says

  • Speed Is Key When a Stroke Strikes
    (12-May-2017)
    Getting help fast can save lives, lower disability, neurologists advise

  • Fewer U.S. High School Students Drink, CDC Finds
    (11-May-2017)
    But many who do imbibe do so excessively

  • Coming This Summer: More Ticks and a Deadly New Tick-Borne Disease
    (11-May-2017)
    People need to be extra cautious when outdoors, with more of the critters after a mild winter

  • Life Expectancy With HIV Nears Normal With Treatment
    (11-May-2017)
    Still small, but persistent gaps for some groups with HIV, global health expert says

  • Treat Autism Even Before Symptoms Show?
    (11-May-2017)
    Small study found 'at-risk' babies did better if therapists trained parents to communicate more effectively

  • New Guidelines Say No to Most 'Keyhole' Knee Surgeries
    (11-May-2017)
    Widely used arthroscopy won't help arthritic degeneration, expert panel says

  • Eat This Diet to Lower Your Odds for Painful Gout
    (10-May-2017)
    Ditching fats and salt in favor of fruits, veggies and grains keeps the condition at bay, study finds

  • What Harms the Young Heart Also Hurts the Brain Later
    (10-May-2017)
    High blood pressure, smoking in teens tied to worse mental functioning at mid-life, study finds

  • Heart Failure Patients Do Better When Sticking With Same Hospital
    (10-May-2017)
    Continuity of care may be more important than speedy treatment, researchers say

  • Body Cooling May Help Brain After Cardiac Arrest
    (10-May-2017)
    Ask if your loved one qualifies, new guideline suggests

  • Car Crash Rate Falls When People With ADHD Take Meds
    (10-May-2017)
    Hallmarks of the disorder -- including inattention, impulsivity -- raise accident risk, researchers say

  • Poverty May Be More Stressful for Women Than Men
    (09-May-2017)
    In study, living in a poor neighborhood triggered more anxiety for females, while males were less affected

  • Do You Overeat? Your Brain Wiring May Be Why
    (09-May-2017)
    New research might shed light on why women struggle with weight more than men do

  • Poverty May Be More Stressful for Women Than Men
    (09-May-2017)
    In study, living in a poor neighborhood triggered more anxiety for females, while males were less affected

  • That Store Mannequin May Be Anorexic
    (08-May-2017)
    British study finds measurements of most are similar to 'extremely underweight' women

  • That Store Mannequin May Be Anorexic
    (08-May-2017)
    British study finds measurements of most are similar to 'extremely underweight' women

  • Bullied in 5th Grade, Prone to Drug Abuse by High School
    (08-May-2017)
    Victims may develop depression, fueling risky behaviors, study suggests

  • Is Early Puberty in Girls a Risk Factor for Dating Abuse?
    (08-May-2017)
    Study suggests a link, but those who mature more slowly are also at risk for physical or verbal violence

  • Is Early Puberty in Girls a Risk Factor for Dating Abuse?
    (08-May-2017)
    Study suggests a link, but those who mature more slowly are also at risk for physical or verbal violence

  • That Store Mannequin May Be Anorexic
    (08-May-2017)
    British study finds measurements of most are similar to 'extremely underweight' women

  • FDA Approves 1st New Drug for ALS in Decades
    (08-May-2017)
    Radicava, given intravenously, slows decline in patients with deadly neurological disease

  • After Suicide Attempt, a Phone Call Could Save a Life
    (07-May-2017)
    Simple follow-up can prevent a future try, study shows

  • After Suicide Attempt, a Phone Call Could Save a Life
    (07-May-2017)
    Simple follow-up can prevent a future try, study shows

  • After Suicide Attempt, a Phone Call Could Save a Life
    (07-May-2017)
    Simple follow-up can prevent a future try, study shows

  • Take Control of Your Asthma
    (06-May-2017)
    If you use an inhaler more than twice weekly, you may need help managing the condition, allergist says

  • 'I'm Not a Bad Drunk, But He Is'
    (05-May-2017)
    Study finds each drinker believes they're better-behaved than those around them

  • Meditation Can Help Improve Focus in People With Anxiety
    (05-May-2017)
    Just 10 minutes each day might boost concentration, prevent mind wandering, small study suggests

  • Tracking Devices May Ease Minds of Parents of Kids With Autism
    (05-May-2017)
    Wandering is a hazard for these children, and this technology helps, review finds

  • Just a 'Social Smoker'? Toll on Your Health Still High
    (05-May-2017)
    Study found lighting up occasionally as damaging to blood vessel health as regular smoking

  • Just a 'Social Smoker'? Toll on Your Health Still High
    (05-May-2017)
    Study found lighting up occasionally as damaging to blood vessel health as regular smoking

  • Meditation Can Help Improve Focus in People With Anxiety
    (05-May-2017)
    Just 10 minutes each day might boost concentration, prevent mind wandering, small study suggests

  • 'Dr. Google' May Undermine Parents' Trust in Their Pediatrician
    (05-May-2017)
    Tell the doctor what info you saw online so your concerns can be addressed, study suggests

  • Meditation Can Help Improve Focus in People With Anxiety
    (05-May-2017)
    Just 10 minutes each day might boost concentration, prevent mind wandering, small study suggests

  • Meditation Can Help Improve Focus in People With Anxiety
    (05-May-2017)
    Just 10 minutes each day might boost concentration, prevent mind wandering, small study suggests

  • Just a 'Social Smoker'? Toll on Your Health Still High
    (05-May-2017)
    Study found lighting up occasionally as damaging to blood vessel health as regular smoking

  • More Starring Roles for Booze in Kids' Movies, Study Finds
    (04-May-2017)
    Drinking figured in 85 percent of the top children's films over 2 decades

  • Reasons Why Parents Should Be Wary of '13 Reasons Why'
    (04-May-2017)
    Netflix series is too explicit in depicting teen suicide while leaving out key elements, mental health experts warn

  • Teen Suicide Thoughts, Self-Harm Cases Double in a Decade
    (04-May-2017)
    New U.S. study coincides with concern around issue after Netflix releases '13 Reasons Why'

  • Teen Suicide Thoughts, Self-Harm Cases Double in a Decade
    (04-May-2017)
    New U.S. study coincides with concern around issue after Netflix releases '13 Reasons Why'

  • Reasons Why Parents Should Be Wary of '13 Reasons Why'
    (04-May-2017)
    Netflix series is too explicit in depicting teen suicide while leaving out key elements, mental health experts warn

  • Teen Suicide Thoughts, Self-Harm Cases Double in a Decade
    (04-May-2017)
    New U.S. study coincides with concern around issue after Netflix releases '13 Reasons Why'

  • Reasons Why Parents Should Be Wary of '13 Reasons Why'
    (04-May-2017)
    Netflix series is too explicit in depicting teen suicide while leaving out key elements, mental health experts warn

  • Teen Suicide Thoughts, Self-Harm Cases Double in a Decade
    (04-May-2017)
    New U.S. study coincides with concern around issue after Netflix releases '13 Reasons Why'

  • When Grandparents Raise Grandkids, Are They Up to Date on Child Safety?
    (04-May-2017)
    Study found some lacked info on baby sleep positioning, proper fever relief

  • Babies Born Addicted to Opioids Often Struggle With Learning
    (03-May-2017)
    They're more likely to have disabilities and developmental delays, researchers say

  • Mom's Money Worries May Mean Smaller Baby
    (03-May-2017)
    Researchers suggest doctors look for ways to help poorer women during pregnancy

  • Are Smartphones Helping or Harming Kids' Mental Health?
    (03-May-2017)
    More use is linked to attention and behavior problems, but also less anxiety, study finds

  • U.S. Workplaces Roiled by Post-Election Discord, Poll Finds
    (03-May-2017)
    Employees are feeling more stressed and cynical, and job productivity may suffer, survey finds

  • Too Many People Still Ignore Heart Attack Risks: Study
    (03-May-2017)
    Stenting is easy; changing patient behaviors is hard, cardiologist says

  • Are Smartphones Helping or Harming Kids' Mental Health?
    (03-May-2017)
    More use is linked to attention and behavior problems, but also less anxiety, study finds

  • Dental Anxiety Has Consequences Beyond Tooth Decay
    (03-May-2017)
    Avoiding the dentist can lead to a poorer quality of life, researchers say

  • The Family That Eats Together, Benefits
    (03-May-2017)
    Fun alternatives can also strengthen family ties

  • U.S. Workplaces Roiled by Post-Election Discord, Poll Finds
    (03-May-2017)
    Employees are feeling more stressed and cynical, and job productivity may suffer, survey finds

  • Striving for Facebook 'Likes' May Not Boost Your Self-Esteem
    (03-May-2017)
    Australian study found no bump up in mood or confidence, no matter how many likes users got

  • U.S. Workplaces Roiled by Post-Election Discord, Poll Finds
    (03-May-2017)
    Employees are feeling more stressed and cynical, and job productivity may suffer, survey finds

  • Mental Health Myths Abound in the U.S.
    (02-May-2017)
    For instance, survey finds less than half can recognize anxiety

  • Mental Health Myths Abound in the U.S.
    (02-May-2017)
    For instance, survey finds less than half can recognize anxiety

  • Heart Failure, Job Loss May Be Deadly Combo
    (02-May-2017)
    In study, heart failure patients had higher death risk if unemployed, but cause-and-effect unclear

  • Life Expectancy Goes Up for Black Americans
    (02-May-2017)
    But CDC report also found they're still more likely to die at an earlier age than whites

  • Mental Health Myths Abound in the U.S.
    (02-May-2017)
    For instance, survey finds less than half can recognize anxiety

  • Depression's Gender Gap Shows Up in Pre-Teen Years
    (02-May-2017)
    Still unclear why more women than men affected by the disorder, researcher says

  • Mental Health Myths Abound in the U.S.
    (02-May-2017)
    For instance, survey finds less than half can recognize anxiety

  • Mental Health Myths Abound in the U.S.
    (02-May-2017)
    For instance, survey finds less than half can recognize anxiety

  • De-Stressing at Lunch
    (02-May-2017)
    Take time to nourish your soul, as well

  • Drinking Boosts Breast Cancer Risk for Black Women, Too
    (01-May-2017)
    Researcher suggests women think about lowering their alcohol intake if they're drinkers

  • California Handgun Sales Spiked After 2 Mass Shootings
    (01-May-2017)
    Researchers say some people respond with 'acquisition' while others 'revulsion'

  • Are Bullies Getting Run Out of U.S. Schools?
    (01-May-2017)
    Abuse rates dropped about 2 percent a year over a decade, survey finds

  • Could Fasting Every Other Day Help You Lose More Weight?
    (01-May-2017)
    Only if you can stick with the regimen, and study finds most dieters can't

  • Healthy Heart in Middle Age Delivers Big Dividends
    (01-May-2017)
    Study found it was linked to longer, disease-free life

  • California Handgun Sales Spiked After 2 Mass Shootings
    (01-May-2017)
    Researchers say some people respond with 'acquisition' while others 'revulsion'

  • Are Bullies Getting Run Out of U.S. Schools?
    (01-May-2017)
    Abuse rates dropped about 2 percent a year over a decade, survey finds

  • Psychiatric Scars of Wartime Brain Injury May Linger for Years
    (01-May-2017)
    Study finds woes often continue, even if thinking, memory troubles subside

  • Most Seniors Use Cellphones While Behind the Wheel
    (28-Apr-2017)
    Some even do it with kids in the car, survey finds

  • Who You Are May Affect Your Diet More Than Where You Shop
    (28-Apr-2017)
    Research counters conventional wisdom about easy access to healthy food choices

  • Happy Mom Means Less Colicky Baby
    (28-Apr-2017)
    Mothers' support system also seems to have protective effect, study suggests

  • Opioid Use by Iraq, Afghanistan War Vets Mirrors Rest of U.S.: Study
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Researchers conclude that use of the painkillers is 'an American problem,' not a VA problem

  • Drugs Now Involved in More Fatal U.S. Crashes Than Alcohol Alone
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests deaths due to drugged driving are rising as states legalize pot and drug abuse grows

  • Could Smoking in Pregnancy Affect a Grandkid's Autism Risk?
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Study shows a generations-long link, but research can't prove cause-and-effect

  • 'Brain Age' May Help Predict When You'll Die
    (27-Apr-2017)
    An 'older' mind is linked to signs of physical and mental problems, study contends

  • Opioid Use by Iraq, Afghanistan War Vets Mirrors Rest of U.S.: Study
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Researchers conclude that use of the painkillers is 'an American problem,' not a VA problem

  • Opioid Use by Iraq, Afghanistan War Vets Mirrors Rest of U.S.: Study
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Researchers conclude that use of the painkillers is 'an American problem,' not a VA problem

  • Drugs Now Involved in More Fatal U.S. Crashes Than Alcohol Alone
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests deaths due to drugged driving are rising as states legalize pot and drug abuse grows

  • Drugs Now Involved in More Fatal U.S. Crashes Than Alcohol Alone
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests deaths due to drugged driving are rising as states legalize pot and drug abuse grows

  • Science Uncovers a True Meeting of the Minds
    (27-Apr-2017)
    When students are engaged in a classroom, their brainwaves sync up, new research finds

  • Is Your Child Using Drugs?
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Telltale signs to watch for

  • Drugs Now Involved in More Fatal U.S. Crashes Than Alcohol Alone
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests deaths due to drugged driving are rising as states legalize pot and drug abuse grows

  • Could Smoking in Pregnancy Affect a Grandkid's Autism Risk?
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Study shows a generations-long link, but research can't prove cause-and-effect

  • Opioid Use by Iraq, Afghanistan War Vets Mirrors Rest of U.S.: Study
    (27-Apr-2017)
    Researchers conclude that use of the painkillers is 'an American problem,' not a VA problem

  • Oktoberfest Study Links Boozing to Heart Woes
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Munich researchers find 1 in 3 beer drinkers tracked at festival experienced abnormal heart rhythm

  • Oktoberfest Study Links Boozing to Heart Woes
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Munich researchers find 1 in 3 beer drinkers tracked at festival experienced abnormal heart rhythm

  • Grieving Friends Often Find Support Online
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Study shows social networks help bring solace, healing after loved one dies

  • Higher Illicit Pot Use in States That OK Medical Marijuana: Study
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Cannabis use disorder is also rising faster in states with legalization laws

  • Health Tip: When Kids Feel Anxious
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Look for these warning signs

  • Grieving Friends Often Find Support Online
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Study shows social networks help bring solace, healing after loved one dies

  • Higher Illicit Pot Use in States That OK Medical Marijuana: Study
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Cannabis use disorder is also rising faster in states with legalization laws

  • Genes May Govern Your Risk for PTSD
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Link with the psychiatric disorder is more apparent for women, study contends

  • Genes May Govern Your Risk for PTSD
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Link with the psychiatric disorder is more apparent for women, study contends

  • Grieving Friends Often Find Support Online
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Study shows social networks help bring solace, healing after loved one dies

  • Could an Ice Bag to the Face Be Life-Saver for Trauma Patients?
    (26-Apr-2017)
    This easy remedy might give first responders needed time to transport injured patients, researchers say

  • Could an Ice Bag to the Face Be Life-Saver for Trauma Patients?
    (26-Apr-2017)
    This easy remedy might give first responders needed time to transport injured patients, researchers say

  • Grieving Friends Often Find Support Online
    (26-Apr-2017)
    Study shows social networks help bring solace, healing after loved one dies

  • Opioid-Related Deaths Might Be Underestimated: CDC
    (25-Apr-2017)
    Death certificates from drug-linked infections may not label painkillers as possible cause

  • Early Treatment Equals Better Results for Rheumatoid Arthritis
    (25-Apr-2017)
    Study found less disability, lower risk of early death

  • Opioid-Related Deaths Might Be Underestimated: CDC
    (25-Apr-2017)
    Death certificates from drug-linked infections may not label painkillers as possible cause

  • FDA Warns 14 Companies on Bogus Cancer 'Cures'
    (25-Apr-2017)
    Warning letters issued for treatments sold without approval mainly on websites and in social media

  • Timing of Lunch, Recess May Determine What Kids Eat
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Study found children who ate first consumed more vegetables, while those who played first wasted less food

  • Love Chocolate? Potato Chips? Your Genes Might Be to Blame
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Study findings may someday lead to more individualized diet advice, researcher says

  • The Top 5 Conditions That Shorten Americans' Lives -- And Are Preventable
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Obesity steals the most years of all, researchers say

  • Kids Face Their Own Death Risks When a Sibling Dies
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Chance of death is greatest in year after the loss of a brother or sister, researchers report

  • In America's Poorest Communities, a Greater Risk of Child Abuse Deaths
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Study authors hope new national data will spur further research and targeted prevention efforts

  • Waist Size, Not Weight, May be Key to Life Span
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Even those who aren't overweight are at risk of death if they've got a paunch, researchers report

  • In America's Poorest Communities, a Greater Risk of Child Abuse Deaths
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Study authors hope new national data will spur further research and targeted prevention efforts

  • Love Chocolate? Potato Chips? Your Genes Might Be to Blame
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Study findings may someday lead to more individualized diet advice, researcher says

  • Kids Face Their Own Death Risks When a Sibling Dies
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Chance of death is greatest in year after the loss of a brother or sister, researchers report

  • The Top 5 Conditions That Shorten Americans' Lives -- And Are Preventable
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Obesity steals the most years of all, researchers say

  • In America's Poorest Communities, a Greater Risk of Child Abuse Deaths
    (24-Apr-2017)
    Study authors hope new national data will spur further research and targeted prevention efforts

  • Opioid Abusers at Higher Death Risk When Addiction Specialists Not Part of Care
    (21-Apr-2017)
    As treatment shifts to primary care doctors and hospitals, new strategies may be needed, researchers say

  • Moms-to-Be Are Heeding Store Warnings About Alcohol
    (21-Apr-2017)
    Drinking down 11 percent in states where liquor retailers must post signs, study finds

  • At What Age Can Kids Safely Cross the Street?
    (21-Apr-2017)
    In simulated experiments, the task was too tough for children younger than 14

  • Opioid Abusers at Higher Death Risk When Addiction Specialists Not Part of Care
    (21-Apr-2017)
    As treatment shifts to primary care doctors and hospitals, new strategies may be needed, researchers say

  • When to Pick the Nose in a Medical Emergency
    (21-Apr-2017)
    Instead of shots, some ERs are giving patients medicine through the nostrils, researchers say

  • Cleaning, Greening Vacant Lots May Help Fight Crime
    (21-Apr-2017)
    Fighting urban blight sends message that residents are paying close attention to the neighborhood

  • When to Pick the Nose in a Medical Emergency
    (21-Apr-2017)
    Instead of shots, some ERs are giving patients medicine through the nostrils, researchers say

  • Home Birth Safe for Some, But Not All, Women
    (21-Apr-2017)
    Certain factors make home delivery too chancy, pregnancy experts say

  • White Wine May Do No Favors for a Woman's Skin
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests the drink, as well as liquor, are both tied to a higher risk for rosacea

  • Nursing Home Program Offers Alternatives to Antipsychotic Drugs
    (20-Apr-2017)
    New method helped quell undesirable behavior by recognizing dementia patients' unmet needs

  • Study Cites Factors Linked to Suicide in the Young
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Researchers say interventions should come earlier in life for disadvantaged children

  • What to Know About Online Dating Sites
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Always proceed with caution when looking for love in cyberspace

  • Study Cites Factors Linked to Suicide in the Young
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Researchers say interventions should come earlier in life for disadvantaged children

  • Nursing Home Program Offers Alternatives to Antipsychotic Drugs
    (20-Apr-2017)
    New method helped quell undesirable behavior by recognizing dementia patients' unmet needs

  • Money Spent on Teen Health a Good Global Investment
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Improving the lives of children around the world would reap huge returns, study says

  • Study Cites Factors Linked to Suicide in the Young
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Researchers say interventions should come earlier in life for disadvantaged children

  • Study Cites Factors Linked to Suicide in the Young
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Researchers say interventions should come earlier in life for disadvantaged children

  • Nursing Home Program Offers Alternatives to Antipsychotic Drugs
    (20-Apr-2017)
    New method helped quell undesirable behavior by recognizing dementia patients' unmet needs

  • Could a Zap to the Brain Jog Failing Memory?
    (20-Apr-2017)
    Deep brain stimulation appears to help, but much more research is needed, scientists say

  • For the Young, Cigarettes Go Better With Booze Than Pot
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Survey found smoking-plus-drinking was favored, and findings could point to better ways to quit both

  • A 'Brainwave' to Help Fight PTSD
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Study is preliminary, but suggests an acoustic 'feedback' technology might help some patients

  • For the Young, Cigarettes Go Better With Booze Than Pot
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Survey found smoking-plus-drinking was favored, and findings could point to better ways to quit both

  • A 'Brainwave' to Help Fight PTSD
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Study is preliminary, but suggests an acoustic 'feedback' technology might help some patients

  • A 'Brainwave' to Help Fight PTSD
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Study is preliminary, but suggests an acoustic 'feedback' technology might help some patients

  • For the Young, Cigarettes Go Better With Booze Than Pot
    (19-Apr-2017)
    Survey found smoking-plus-drinking was favored, and findings could point to better ways to quit both

  • Prince Harry's Journey Shows Grief Can Be a Long Road
    (18-Apr-2017)
    Mental health experts say his decades-long struggle with his mother's death all too common for children

  • Studies Question Link Between Mom's Antidepressant Use, Autism in Kids
    (18-Apr-2017)
    After accounting for other factors that raise chances of the disorder, the increased risk disappeared

  • Marriage Could Bring Health Bonus to Older Same-Sex Couples
    (18-Apr-2017)
    Survey found those who'd exchanged vows were better off physically and mentally than their single peers

  • Marriage Could Bring Health Bonus to Older Same-Sex Couples
    (18-Apr-2017)
    Survey found those who'd exchanged vows were better off physically and mentally than their single peers

  • No Link Between Common Antibiotic, Irregular Heartbeat
    (18-Apr-2017)
    Azithromycin, commonly known as Zithromax, won't up odds for atrial fibrillation, study shows

  • Pot Ingredient Might Ease Severe Epilepsy
    (18-Apr-2017)
    Cannabidiol appears to lessen 'drop seizures' for some Lennox-Gastaut syndrome patients, study finds

  • Just 1 in 5 Mentally Ill Women Gets Cervical Cancer Screenings
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Rates of the disease tend to be higher in this group, researcher says

  • Anxious? Distressed? You're Not Alone
    (17-Apr-2017)
    And about 1 in 10 Americans who need mental health care don't have the insurance coverage, study finds

  • Is That Your Doctor Swearing, Drinking on Facebook?
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Investigators find many examples of unprofessional, 'potentially objectionable' behavior online

  • Just 1 in 5 Mentally Ill Women Gets Cervical Cancer Screenings
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Rates of the disease tend to be higher in this group, researcher says

  • Just 1 in 5 Mentally Ill Women Gets Cervical Cancer Screenings
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Rates of the disease tend to be higher in this group, researcher says

  • Anxious? Distressed? You're Not Alone
    (17-Apr-2017)
    And about 1 in 10 Americans who need mental health care don't have the insurance coverage, study finds

  • Anxious? Distressed? You're Not Alone
    (17-Apr-2017)
    And about 1 in 10 Americans who need mental health care don't have the insurance coverage, study finds

  • Seniors' Well-Being May Get a Boost From Green Spaces
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Small study detects positive brain changes from urban oases

  • Just 1 in 5 Mentally Ill Women Gets Cervical Cancer Screenings
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Rates of the disease tend to be higher in this group, researcher says

  • Anxious? Distressed? You're Not Alone
    (17-Apr-2017)
    And about 1 in 10 Americans who need mental health care don't have the insurance coverage, study finds

  • Just 1 in 5 Mentally Ill Women Gets Cervical Cancer Screenings
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Rates of the disease tend to be higher in this group, researcher says

  • Stress Buster
    (17-Apr-2017)
    Building resilience, the key to overcoming adversity

  • Anxious? Distressed? You're Not Alone
    (17-Apr-2017)
    And about 1 in 10 Americans who need mental health care don't have the insurance coverage, study finds

  • Seniors' Brain Changes Could Make Them Vulnerable to Scams
    (14-Apr-2017)
    Researchers hope to some day be able to identify who's at risk before they're financially victimized

  • Seniors' Brain Changes Could Make Them Vulnerable to Scams
    (14-Apr-2017)
    Researchers hope to some day be able to identify who's at risk before they're financially victimized

  • Healing Hands: Massage May Ease Chronic Back Pain
    (14-Apr-2017)
    People over 50 tended to respond best, study finds

  • Vaccine Targeting Brain Tumors Seems Safe in Study
    (14-Apr-2017)
    Combo therapy may also extend survival of glioblastoma patients, but more research needed

  • 'I'm Just Too Busy' -- Is Being Overworked the New Status Symbol?
    (13-Apr-2017)
    New research suggests Americans equate harried lifestyles with higher social standing

  • Another Downside to Unemployment: Stroke Risk?
    (13-Apr-2017)
    Findings from Japan point to health benefits of job security

  • Hockey Doesn't Seem to Hit Players' Thinking Skills: Study
    (13-Apr-2017)
    But retired pros can suffer behavioral, emotional problems, researchers say

  • Kids Can Pick Up Nicotine on Their Hands
    (13-Apr-2017)
    'Thirdhand' exposure from residue in their homes could prove health threat, study says

  • Kidney Disease a Big Contributor to Heart-Related Deaths: Study
    (13-Apr-2017)
    Finding points to need for screening for kidney function

  • Hockey Doesn't Seem to Hit Players' Thinking Skills: Study
    (13-Apr-2017)
    But retired pros can suffer behavioral, emotional problems, researchers say

  • 'I'm Just Too Busy' -- Is Being Overworked the New Status Symbol?
    (13-Apr-2017)
    New research suggests Americans equate harried lifestyles with higher social standing

  • Another Downside to Unemployment: Stroke Risk?
    (13-Apr-2017)
    Findings from Japan point to health benefits of job security

  • Another Downside to Unemployment: Stroke Risk?
    (13-Apr-2017)
    Findings from Japan point to health benefits of job security

  • Could a Clinical Trial Help Your Child?
    (13-Apr-2017)
    FDA outlines what to ask before enrollment

  • Kids Can Pick Up Nicotine on Their Hands
    (13-Apr-2017)
    'Thirdhand' exposure from residue in their homes could prove health threat, study says

  • Many Opioid Addictions Surface After Surgery, Study Finds
    (12-Apr-2017)
    Some patients face much higher risk of becoming dependent on powerful painkillers

  • Diabetes Continues Its Relentless Rise
    (12-Apr-2017)
    But doctors making headway with heart complications among these patients

  • Club Drug 'Poppers' May Pose Eye Dangers
    (11-Apr-2017)
    Legal, nitrate-based inhalant appears to harm retinal cells, causing some vision loss, study finds

  • 'Video Feedback' Program Might Help Treat Autism in Babies
    (11-Apr-2017)
    Therapists help parents learn and better react to their infants' communication style

  • Deep Brain Stimulation May Ease Tourette 'Tics'
    (11-Apr-2017)
    But neurology experts agree that more research is needed

  • These 5 Life Skills Can Boost Your Odds of Well-Being
    (10-Apr-2017)
    People with these traits more likely to be healthier, less lonely and more financially stable, study finds

  • More Younger Americans Are Suffering Strokes: Study
    (10-Apr-2017)
    Researchers cite rise in blood pressure and diabetes, but one specialist questions the findings

  • Past Psychiatric Ills Don't Raise Alzheimer's Risk: Study
    (10-Apr-2017)
    But more recent symptoms may be part of the disease

  • These 5 Life Skills Can Boost Your Odds of Well-Being
    (10-Apr-2017)
    People with these traits more likely to be healthier, less lonely and more financially stable, study finds

  • These 5 Life Skills Can Boost Your Odds of Well-Being
    (10-Apr-2017)
    People with these traits more likely to be healthier, less lonely and more financially stable, study finds

  • Past Psychiatric Ills Don't Raise Alzheimer's Risk: Study
    (10-Apr-2017)
    But more recent symptoms may be part of the disease

  • These 5 Life Skills Can Boost Your Odds of Well-Being
    (10-Apr-2017)
    People with these traits more likely to be healthier, less lonely and more financially stable, study finds

  • Xanax, Valium May Boost Pneumonia Risk in Alzheimer's Patients
    (10-Apr-2017)
    Researchers suspect people may breathe saliva or food into their lungs due to fatigue from the drugs

  • Stress Buster
    (10-Apr-2017)
    'Eating emotionally' is no way to deal with life's challenges

  • More Younger Americans Are Suffering Strokes: Study
    (10-Apr-2017)
    Researchers cite rise in blood pressure and diabetes, but one specialist questions the findings

  • Rehab Services Lacking in States Hit Hard by Opioids
    (07-Apr-2017)
    More addiction recovery programs needed in the Southeast, researchers say

  • Who Really Needs All Those Heart Tests?
    (07-Apr-2017)
    Overtreatment may lead to excess worry and worse outcomes, report says

  • From Beethoven to Bieber, Music Doesn't Move Chimps
    (07-Apr-2017)
    Many zoos use it as enrichment for the animals, but study suggests the tunes fall on 'deaf' ears

  • Rehab Services Lacking in States Hit Hard by Opioids
    (07-Apr-2017)
    More addiction recovery programs needed in the Southeast, researchers say

  • Music May Soothe the 'Savage Beast' of Post-Op Pain
    (07-Apr-2017)
    Live tunes, singing and rhythmic drumming appeared to help ease discomfort after back surgery

  • Preparing for Anesthesia: 5 Tips You Should Know
    (07-Apr-2017)
    Planning ahead can help you avoid complications during and after surgery

  • Family History May Magnify Your Hangover
    (06-Apr-2017)
    People whose relatives have drinking problem recall day-after symptoms more clearly, study finds

  • Family History May Magnify Your Hangover
    (06-Apr-2017)
    People whose relatives have drinking problem recall day-after symptoms more clearly, study finds

  • Family History May Magnify Your Hangover
    (06-Apr-2017)
    People whose relatives have drinking problem recall day-after symptoms more clearly, study finds

  • For Some, Too Much Sweat Takes Emotional Toll
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Those who perspire excessively may have hyperhidrosis

  • Fewer Than 1,000 Used Oregon's Right-to-Die Law by 2015
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Discussing their death wishes is paramount for most, not actually hastening their demise, expert says

  • For Some, Too Much Sweat Takes Emotional Toll
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Those who perspire excessively may have hyperhidrosis

  • 'Surprise' Designer Drugs Detected in NYC Hair Samples
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Stimulant-taking party-goers don't always know what they're using, study finds

  • 'Surprise' Designer Drugs Detected in NYC Hair Samples
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Stimulant-taking party-goers don't always know what they're using, study finds

  • Family History May Magnify Your Hangover
    (06-Apr-2017)
    People whose relatives have drinking problem recall day-after symptoms more clearly, study finds

  • 'Right-to-Try' Laws: A Patient's Best Last Chance or False Hope?
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Proposal would allow the gravely ill access to experimental therapies that may or may not work

  • Who Really Needs Blood Pressure, Cholesterol Meds?
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Exercise and other lifestyle adjustments should be tried first, Consumer Reports advises

  • Good Sleep Does Get Tougher With Age
    (05-Apr-2017)
    Review suggests many seniors struggle to get deep, restorative slumber, adding to health problems

  • The Highs and Lows of Teens' Instagram Use
    (05-Apr-2017)
    For some it leads to closer bonds with friends, for others a greater risk of depression, study found

  • Good Sleep Does Get Tougher With Age
    (05-Apr-2017)
    Review suggests many seniors struggle to get deep, restorative slumber, adding to health problems

  • The Highs and Lows of Teens' Instagram Use
    (05-Apr-2017)
    For some it leads to closer bonds with friends, for others a greater risk of depression, study found

  • Health Tip: Too Much Exercise Isn't Good Either
    (05-Apr-2017)
    Signs that you may be working out too much

  • Smoking May Raise Risk of Complications After Joint Surgery
    (05-Apr-2017)
    Study found chances of repeat surgery for infection was 80 percent higher than for nonsmokers

  • Hollywood Villains Are No Dermatologist's Friend
    (05-Apr-2017)
    Skin specialists say on-screen creeps often have faces that equate blemishes with 'evil'

  • Study Links Celiac Disease, Anorexia
    (04-Apr-2017)
    Chances of being diagnosed with eating disorder were higher in those with gluten intolerance

  • Infections More Common in People With Schizophrenia
    (04-Apr-2017)
    Ills include HIV, hepatitis and the serious blood infection sepsis, study suggests

  • Guys, a Good Night's Sleep Might Save Your Life
    (03-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests potential link between sleep deprivation and fatal prostate cancer

  • Most U.S. Kids Who Die From Flu Are Unvaccinated
    (03-Apr-2017)
    Researchers estimate about two-thirds of pediatric deaths could be prevented by flu shot

  • Far Fewer Kids Are Dying Worldwide, but Gains Are Uneven
    (03-Apr-2017)
    While study found great progress, problems persist in South Asia and parts of Africa

  • As Weight Goes Up, So Does Death Risk
    (03-Apr-2017)
    Heart disease, cancer, other illnesses start to take a toll, study says

  • Health Tip: Overcoming Dental Anxiety
    (03-Apr-2017)
    Suggestions for how to relax

  • Keys to Heart Disease Care: Communication and Trust
    (03-Apr-2017)
    These factors linked to patients' greater use of cholesterol and blood pressure-lowering drugs

  • Stress Buster
    (03-Apr-2017)
    Acute stress, chronic stress, how to tell the difference and how to cope

  • Tanning's Allure Tied to Other Addictions
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Some people with need for bronzed skin likely to drink too much alcohol or have depression, study finds

  • Tanning's Allure Tied to Other Addictions
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Some people with need for bronzed skin likely to drink too much alcohol or have depression, study finds

  • Tanning's Allure Tied to Other Addictions
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Some people with need for bronzed skin likely to drink too much alcohol or have depression, study finds

  • Is Your TV Making You Fat?
    (31-Mar-2017)
    People who eat home-cooked meals and don't watch TV while eating less likely to be obese, study finds

  • Most Americans Favor Larger Health Warnings on Cigarette Packs
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Even many smokers think these warnings should cover up to 75 percent of the label, researchers find

  • Most Americans Favor Larger Health Warnings on Cigarette Packs
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Even many smokers think these warnings should cover up to 75 percent of the label, researchers find

  • Survival Continues to Improve for Most Cancers
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Still, more progress is needed and racial disparities remain, U.S. report finds

  • Parents of Kids With Autism May Sacrifice 'Couples Time'
    (31-Mar-2017)
    They report less closeness, fewer positive interactions, but no increase in negative behaviors toward one another

  • Most Americans Favor Larger Health Warnings on Cigarette Packs
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Even many smokers think these warnings should cover up to 75 percent of the label, researchers find

  • U.S. Thyroid Cancer Cases Continue to Rise
    (31-Mar-2017)
    New study suggests a true increase, rather than just overdiagnosis

  • Health Risks Grow as Young People Born With HIV Age
    (31-Mar-2017)
    About 10,000 Americans were infected at birth, and many are now young adults with medical issues, study finds

  • Most Americans Favor Larger Health Warnings on Cigarette Packs
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Even many smokers think these warnings should cover up to 75 percent of the label, researchers find

  • Tanning's Allure Tied to Other Addictions
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Some people with need for bronzed skin likely to drink too much alcohol or have depression, study finds

  • Sexual Abuse May Cause Early Puberty in Girls: Study
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Premature changes can have lasting effects, such as depression, higher risk of some cancers, study says

  • Self-Harm Can Be a Harbinger of Suicide
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Risk highest when patients used violent method to hurt themselves

  • Most Americans Favor Larger Health Warnings on Cigarette Packs
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Even many smokers think these warnings should cover up to 75 percent of the label, researchers find

  • Climate Change May Cloud Americans' Mental Health: Report
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Projected weather-related disasters will fuel anxiety, depression, psychologists' group warns

  • Parents' Pot Use a Tricky Topic When It Comes to Their Kids
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Pediatrician explains that marijuana affects a child's developing brain differently than an adult brain

  • 9 Out of 10 Doctors Like Their Jobs
    (30-Mar-2017)
    A new survey finds that two-thirds would recommend their profession to others

  • Most Remaining U.S. Smokers Are Poor, Less Educated
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Behavioral health doctor says new interventions are needed to get these people to kick the habit

  • U.S. Pedestrian Deaths Surged to Record Levels in 2016
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Experts point to widespread smartphone use as deadly distraction for drivers and walkers alike

  • Climate Change May Cloud Americans' Mental Health: Report
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Projected weather-related disasters will fuel anxiety, depression, psychologists' group warns

  • A Lonely Heart Could Worsen a Cold
    (30-Mar-2017)
    People who feel isolated tend to have worse symptoms, research shows

  • Most Remaining U.S. Smokers Are Poor, Less Educated
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Behavioral health doctor says new interventions are needed to get these people to kick the habit

  • A Lonely Heart Could Worsen a Cold
    (30-Mar-2017)
    People who feel isolated tend to have worse symptoms, research shows

  • Climate Change May Cloud Americans' Mental Health: Report
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Projected weather-related disasters will fuel anxiety, depression, psychologists' group warns

  • 9 Out of 10 Doctors Like Their Jobs
    (30-Mar-2017)
    A new survey finds that two-thirds would recommend their profession to others

  • A Lonely Heart Could Worsen a Cold
    (30-Mar-2017)
    People who feel isolated tend to have worse symptoms, research shows

  • Climate Change May Cloud Americans' Mental Health: Report
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Projected weather-related disasters will fuel anxiety, depression, psychologists' group warns

  • This Fanged Fish Might Someday Help Ease Your Pain
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Venom of Australia's fang blenny is a powerful opioid that might lead to better painkillers, scientist says

  • Common Post-Op Ear Drops Tied to Eardrum Perforations in Kids
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Rate of the injury rises with quinolones, but researchers say alternatives have their own hazards

  • Most Remaining U.S. Smokers Are Poor, Less Educated
    (30-Mar-2017)
    Behavioral health doctor says new interventions are needed to get these people to kick the habit

  • Heroin Epidemic Expands Its Grip on America
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Use of the narcotic grew 5-fold in a decade, helped by scourge of prescription painkiller abuse

  • More Older Women Hitting the Bottle Hard
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Study found dramatic jump in binge drinking in this vulnerable group

  • More Older Women Hitting the Bottle Hard
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Study found dramatic jump in binge drinking in this vulnerable group

  • Smokers May Be Prone to Risks From Breast Cancer Radiation Therapy
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Long-term chances of heart attack, lung cancer higher for women who light up, study finds

  • When Heart Stops Beating, Survival Better at Specialized Heart Centers
    (29-Mar-2017)
    With cardiac arrest, they're more likely to perform procedures to clear blood vessels, study finds

  • Trauma as a Teen May Boost Depression Risk Around Menopause
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Likelihood was more than twice as high, study reports

  • Heroin Epidemic Expands Its Grip on America
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Use of the narcotic grew 5-fold in a decade, helped by scourge of prescription painkiller abuse

  • Heroin Epidemic Expands Its Grip on America
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Use of the narcotic grew 5-fold in a decade, helped by scourge of prescription painkiller abuse

  • Smokers May Be Prone to Risks From Breast Cancer Radiation Therapy
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Long-term chances of heart attack, lung cancer higher for women who light up, study finds

  • Health Tip: Help Your Child with Body Image
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Avoid negative language

  • Preventive Mastectomy Rates Vary by State
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Among young women with early breast cancer, almost half from 5 states opt to have healthy breast removed

  • Trauma as a Teen May Boost Depression Risk Around Menopause
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Likelihood was more than twice as high, study reports

  • Trauma as a Teen May Boost Depression Risk Around Menopause
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Likelihood was more than twice as high, study reports

  • Exercising 2.5 Hours a Week May Slow Parkinson's Progression
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Even people with advanced disease might benefit, researchers say

  • Smokers May Be Prone to Risks From Breast Cancer Radiation Therapy
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Long-term chances of heart attack, lung cancer higher for women who light up, study finds

  • Trauma as a Teen May Boost Depression Risk Around Menopause
    (29-Mar-2017)
    Likelihood was more than twice as high, study reports

  • Health Tip: Talk to Your Doctor About Emotional Struggles
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Here's why it's important

  • Health Tip: Talk to Your Doctor About Emotional Struggles
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Here's why it's important

  • Health Insurance a Key to IVF Success, Researchers Say
    (28-Mar-2017)
    At $12,000 and up a cycle, many forgo second attempt if they don't have coverage

  • New Eczema Drug Gets FDA's Blessing
    (28-Mar-2017)
    Injections may ease itchiness, redness in patients who don't get relief with topical creams, agency says

  • Smoking Slows Recovery From Drug Abuse
    (27-Mar-2017)
    People who smoke cigarettes more likely to relapse after battling drug addiction

  • Smoking Slows Recovery From Drug Abuse
    (27-Mar-2017)
    People who smoke cigarettes more likely to relapse after battling drug addiction

  • Breast-Feeding May Not Lead to Smarter Preschoolers
    (27-Mar-2017)
    But study suggests that children who were nursed may be less hyperactive at age 3

  • Smoking Slows Recovery From Drug Abuse
    (27-Mar-2017)
    People who smoke cigarettes more likely to relapse after battling drug addiction

  • Just 17 U.S. States Require Defibrillators in Some Schools
    (27-Mar-2017)
    Easy-to-use portable devices can prevent deaths from sudden cardiac arrest, researchers say

  • Expect More Deadly Heat From Climate Change, Study Suggests
    (27-Mar-2017)
    Countries need to make plans and design interventions to cope with rising temps

  • Smoking Slows Recovery From Drug Abuse
    (27-Mar-2017)
    People who smoke cigarettes more likely to relapse after battling drug addiction

  • Smoking Slows Recovery From Drug Abuse
    (27-Mar-2017)
    People who smoke cigarettes more likely to relapse after battling drug addiction

  • Curbing Sleep Apnea Might Mean Fewer Night Trips to Bathroom
    (27-Mar-2017)
    Research finds many men's urinary habits benefit when CPAP mask therapy is used

  • Smoking Slows Recovery From Drug Abuse
    (27-Mar-2017)
    People who smoke cigarettes more likely to relapse after battling drug addiction

  • Health Tip: Help Teens Say No to Drinking and Driving
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Here's how

  • Substance Abuse Taxes the American Workplace
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Survey, analysis reveal the full cost of employees addicted to alcohol, painkillers and other drugs

  • Many Dialysis Patients Get Unnecessary Colonoscopies
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Study finds that a limited life span offsets the benefits of the screening test

  • Many Talks on End-of-Life Wishes End in Confusion, Study Shows
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Just 3 out of 10 accurately understood what their loved one wanted

  • Substance Abuse Taxes the American Workplace
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Survey, analysis reveal the full cost of employees addicted to alcohol, painkillers and other drugs

  • Substance Abuse Taxes the American Workplace
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Survey, analysis reveal the full cost of employees addicted to alcohol, painkillers and other drugs

  • Many Talks on End-of-Life Wishes End in Confusion, Study Shows
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Just 3 out of 10 accurately understood what their loved one wanted

  • Many Talks on End-of-Life Wishes End in Confusion, Study Shows
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Just 3 out of 10 accurately understood what their loved one wanted

  • Leg Pain When Walking: Talk to Your Doctor
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Physician says there are ways to ward off peripheral artery disease

  • Ouch! How to Tell If You Have a Sprain, a Strain or a Tear
    (24-Mar-2017)
    They're not the same and some types of injuries take longer than others to heal

  • Many Talks on End-of-Life Wishes End in Confusion, Study Shows
    (24-Mar-2017)
    Just 3 out of 10 accurately understood what their loved one wanted

  • Daily Glass of Beer, Wine Might Do a Heart Good
    (23-Mar-2017)
    But drinking more may be bad news for your cardiovascular system, researchers say

  • Fewer Patients Die During Hospital Inspection Weeks: Study
    (23-Mar-2017)
    Slight differences in death rates were possibly due to increased vigilance by staff, researcher suggests

  • Older Mothers May Raise Better-Behaved Kids, Study Suggests
    (23-Mar-2017)
    Tendency of moms to mellow with age may play role in children having fewer social, emotional problems

  • Fewer Patients Die During Hospital Inspection Weeks: Study
    (23-Mar-2017)
    Slight differences in death rates were possibly due to increased vigilance by staff, researcher suggests

  • Older Mothers May Raise Better-Behaved Kids, Study Suggests
    (23-Mar-2017)
    Tendency of moms to mellow with age may play role in children having fewer social, emotional problems

  • Exercise a Great Prescription to Help Older Hearts
    (23-Mar-2017)
    Not enough doctors recommend cardiac rehab, American Heart Association says

  • Turning Back the Aging Clock -- in Mice
    (23-Mar-2017)
    Elderly rodents treated with cellular therapy regained lost fur, became more active, scientists say

  • Helping Cancer Caregivers Help Themselves
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Loved ones must find time to address their own needs in order help others, social workers advise

  • 'Eraser Challenge' Latest Harmful Social Media Trend for Kids
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Burns, abrasions the result as youngsters 'erase' their skin away

  • Smoking Rates Drop After Global Tobacco Treaty
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Countries agreed to implement measures such as tobacco taxes and smoke-free public areas

  • Heart Drug Digoxin May Raise Death Risk for Some Patients: Study
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Those with irregular heartbeat are especially vulnerable right after starting the medicine, researcher says

  • Suicide Often Leaves Mental, Physical Woes in Surviving Spouse
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Rates of PTSD and depression are higher, but so too are liver problems and back pain, study finds

  • Helping Cancer Caregivers Help Themselves
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Loved ones must find time to address their own needs in order help others, social workers advise

  • Suicide Often Leaves Mental, Physical Woes in Surviving Spouse
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Rates of PTSD and depression are higher, but so too are liver problems and back pain, study finds

  • Helping Cancer Caregivers Help Themselves
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Loved ones must find time to address their own needs in order help others, social workers advise

  • Smoking Rates Drop After Global Tobacco Treaty
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Countries agreed to implement measures such as tobacco taxes and smoke-free public areas

  • Helping Cancer Caregivers Help Themselves
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Loved ones must find time to address their own needs in order help others, social workers advise

  • Suicide Often Leaves Mental, Physical Woes in Surviving Spouse
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Rates of PTSD and depression are higher, but so too are liver problems and back pain, study finds

  • Suicide Often Leaves Mental, Physical Woes in Surviving Spouse
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Rates of PTSD and depression are higher, but so too are liver problems and back pain, study finds

  • Smoking Rates Drop After Global Tobacco Treaty
    (22-Mar-2017)
    Countries agreed to implement measures such as tobacco taxes and smoke-free public areas

  • Do Energy Drinks + Booze = More Injuries?
    (21-Mar-2017)
    Adding caffeine boost to alcohol could make a dangerous cocktail, study suggests

  • Common Cold Can Be Dangerous After Bone Marrow Transplant
    (21-Mar-2017)
    Rhinovirus far more worrisome in those with weakened immune systems, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Slow Down When You're Stressed
    (21-Mar-2017)
    Suggestions to help you relax

  • Common Cold Can Be Dangerous After Bone Marrow Transplant
    (21-Mar-2017)
    Rhinovirus far more worrisome in those with weakened immune systems, researchers say

  • Fewer U.S. Kids Overdosing on Opioids
    (20-Mar-2017)
    But suicides involving these drugs are up more than 50 percent, study finds

  • Fewer U.S. Kids Overdosing on Opioids
    (20-Mar-2017)
    But suicides involving these drugs are up more than 50 percent, study finds

  • Drugs for Prostate Trouble, Balding Not Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Mar-2017)
    However, medications like Propecia, Proscar may be tied to depression, study finds

  • Health Tip: Living With Social Phobia
    (20-Mar-2017)
    Here are the common warning signs

  • Drugs for Prostate Trouble, Balding Not Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Mar-2017)
    However, medications like Propecia, Proscar may be tied to depression, study finds

  • Stress Buster
    (20-Mar-2017)
    The soothing sounds of nature

  • Fewer U.S. Kids Overdosing on Opioids
    (20-Mar-2017)
    But suicides involving these drugs are up more than 50 percent, study finds

  • Guidelines May Miss Need for Statins in Many U.S. Blacks
    (20-Mar-2017)
    Individualized scans of the arteries may be a better means of spotting patients at risk, researchers say

  • Drugs for Prostate Trouble, Balding Not Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Mar-2017)
    However, medications like Propecia, Proscar may be tied to depression, study finds

  • Pradaxa Beats Warfarin After Heart Rhythm Procedure: Study
    (20-Mar-2017)
    Fewer bleeding problems reported among 'ablation' patients who took the newer blood thinner

  • New Hepatitis C Drugs Might Eliminate the Disease
    (20-Mar-2017)
    But not everyone responds completely to the medicines and cost remains a big obstacle, researchers say

  • Drinking, Drug Abuse Doubles Veterans' Suicide Risk: Study
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Rate 5 times higher for female vets who abuse alcohol, drugs than for female vets who don't

  • Serious Crash Often a Wake-Up Call for Teen Drivers
    (17-Mar-2017)
    They slow down and drive less aggressively after an accident, monitoring finds

  • 'I Don't Know' May Be a Powerful Point of View
    (17-Mar-2017)
    People willing to admit that they don't understand everything make better choices, research suggests

  • Eating for Two Often Doesn't Translate Into a Healthier Diet
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Many pregnant women don't meet national nutritional guidelines, U.S. study finds

  • Remote Amazon Tribe May Have Healthiest Hearts on Earth
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Days spent hunting, farming and eating unprocessed foods keeps their arteries clear, researcher says

  • Drinking, Drug Abuse Doubles Veterans' Suicide Risk: Study
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Rate 5 times higher for female vets who abuse alcohol, drugs than for female vets who don't

  • Drinking, Drug Abuse Doubles Veterans' Suicide Risk: Study
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Rate 5 times higher for female vets who abuse alcohol, drugs than for female vets who don't

  • Serious Crash Often a Wake-Up Call for Teen Drivers
    (17-Mar-2017)
    They slow down and drive less aggressively after an accident, monitoring finds

  • 'I Don't Know' May Be a Powerful Point of View
    (17-Mar-2017)
    People willing to admit that they don't understand everything make better choices, research suggests

  • 'I Don't Know' May Be a Powerful Point of View
    (17-Mar-2017)
    People willing to admit that they don't understand everything make better choices, research suggests

  • Drinking, Drug Abuse Doubles Veterans' Suicide Risk: Study
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Rate 5 times higher for female vets who abuse alcohol, drugs than for female vets who don't

  • New Cholesterol Drugs May Beat Statins, But Price Tag Is High
    (17-Mar-2017)
    Repatha, inclisiran lowered cholesterol levels even further, but first costs about $14,000 a year to take

  • Opioid Dependence Can Start in Just a Few Days
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Prescribing narcotic painkillers for 3 days or less may lower chances of addiction, study finds

  • Savvy Marketing Gets Schoolkids to Eat Their Greens
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Signs throughout school, on school's website made students 3 times more likely to use the salad bar

  • Smokers Prone to Problems After Joint Replacement: Study
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Cessation programs help reduce the rate of complications and costs, researchers say

  • U.S. Suicide Rates Rising Faster Outside Cities
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Hanging-type deaths rose more than gun-related suicides since 1999, CDC says

  • U.S. Suicide Rates Rising Faster Outside Cities
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Hanging-type deaths rose more than gun-related suicides since 1999, CDC says

  • Smokers Prone to Problems After Joint Replacement: Study
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Cessation programs help reduce the rate of complications and costs, researchers say

  • 'Optimal' Facelifts Do Make You Look Younger, Study Finds
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Hundreds who took online survey thought women looked healthier, more attractive in 'after' photos

  • U.S. Suicide Rates Rising Faster Outside Cities
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Hanging-type deaths rose more than gun-related suicides since 1999, CDC says

  • Home Beats Rehab for Knee, Hip Replacement Recovery
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Research shows patients fare well, sometimes better, if discharged home, even if they live alone

  • Smokers Prone to Problems After Joint Replacement: Study
    (16-Mar-2017)
    Cessation programs help reduce the rate of complications and costs, researchers say

  • Opioid Painkillers and Xanax or Valium a Deadly Mix: Study
    (15-Mar-2017)
    30 percent of fatal opioid overdoses involved both types of meds, but number of people prescribed both has spiked

  • Osteoporosis Fractures May Be Deadlier for Men
    (15-Mar-2017)
    But women suffer more of these broken bones, researchers say

  • Opioid Painkillers and Xanax or Valium a Deadly Mix: Study
    (15-Mar-2017)
    30 percent of fatal opioid overdoses involved both types of meds, but number of people prescribed both has spiked

  • Many U.S. Women Have No Access to Fertility Clinics: Study
    (15-Mar-2017)
    Among those of childbearing age, 29 percent had no clinic, while another 11 percent had only one

  • Kids Start Moving Less After Age 7, Study Finds
    (14-Mar-2017)
    Activity levels drop off equally among boys and girls, and continue dropping steadily through adolescence

  • Cystic Fibrosis Survival Better in Canada Than in U.S.
    (14-Mar-2017)
    Canadians with the lung disease live about 10 years longer on average, study finds

  • 'No One Dies Alone' Program Offers Comfort at Life's End
    (14-Mar-2017)
    For patients without loved ones, volunteers fill in when death approaches

  • Parenthood an Elixir for Longevity?
    (14-Mar-2017)
    Study found link, but researchers can't say for sure why

  • Blood Test Might Someday Distinguish Early Depression, Schizophrenia
    (14-Mar-2017)
    A screen is still in development stages but could be important, especially for adolescents, experts say

  • 'No One Dies Alone' Program Offers Comfort at Life's End
    (14-Mar-2017)
    For patients without loved ones, volunteers fill in when death approaches

  • Blood Test Might Someday Distinguish Early Depression, Schizophrenia
    (14-Mar-2017)
    A screen is still in development stages but could be important, especially for adolescents, experts say

  • Blood Test Might Someday Distinguish Early Depression, Schizophrenia
    (14-Mar-2017)
    A screen is still in development stages but could be important, especially for adolescents, experts say

  • Cystic Fibrosis Survival Better in Canada Than in U.S.
    (14-Mar-2017)
    Canadians with the lung disease live about 10 years longer on average, study finds

  • Skip the Antibiotics for Mild Eczema in Kids
    (14-Mar-2017)
    Skin condition cleared up just as well without use of the drugs, study found

  • Blood Test Might Someday Distinguish Early Depression, Schizophrenia
    (14-Mar-2017)
    A screen is still in development stages but could be important, especially for adolescents, experts say

  • Many With Irregular Heartbeat Not on Meds They Need: Study
    (14-Mar-2017)
    More than 80 percent of patients who suffered a stroke weren't getting adequate anti-clotting therapy

  • Can Supplements Ward Off the 'Baby Blues'?
    (13-Mar-2017)
    Researchers look to nutrients to offset temporary brain-chemical changes in new mothers

  • Can Supplements Ward Off the 'Baby Blues'?
    (13-Mar-2017)
    Researchers look to nutrients to offset temporary brain-chemical changes in new mothers

  • Higher Spending by Docs May Not Buy Better Health
    (13-Mar-2017)
    No difference in patient outcomes when physicians order more -- or more pricey -- tests, treatments, study finds

  • Failed Fertility Treatments, Poorer Heart Health Later?
    (13-Mar-2017)
    Study found small link, but researchers not sure if treatments or underlying health problems to blame

  • Your DNA May Determine How You Handle the Time Change
    (11-Mar-2017)
    Researcher says genetics play a part in whether you're a night owl, which can make daylight saving a tough transition

  • Your DNA May Determine How You Handle the Time Change
    (11-Mar-2017)
    Researcher says genetics play a part in whether you're a night owl, which can make daylight saving a tough transition

  • Genes Plus Erratic Sleep May Raise Odds for Obesity
    (10-Mar-2017)
    How much shuteye you get could tip the scale if you're predisposed to gain weight, researchers say

  • The Secret to a Good Sex Life Is …
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Affection: It's the cuddling, whispering secrets afterwards that boost contentedness, study finds

  • Severe Low Blood Sugar Episode May Up Death Risk in Those With Type 2 Diabetes
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Study also found a jump in heart disease and stroke odds

  • Sinus Trouble Can Lead to Depression, Lost Work
    (10-Mar-2017)
    For people with chronic nasal problems, mood is key reason for calling in sick, study finds

  • 7 in 10 U.S. Workplaces Hit by Opioid Abuse: Survey
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Poll also found most employers unprepared to deal with the issue

  • 7 in 10 U.S. Workplaces Hit by Opioid Abuse: Survey
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Poll also found most employers unprepared to deal with the issue

  • The Secret to a Good Sex Life Is …
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Affection: It's the cuddling, whispering secrets afterwards that boost contentedness, study finds

  • The Secret to a Good Sex Life Is …
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Affection: It's the cuddling, whispering secrets afterwards that boost contentedness, study finds

  • The Secret to a Good Sex Life Is …
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Affection: It's the cuddling, whispering secrets afterwards that boost contentedness, study finds

  • 7 in 10 U.S. Workplaces Hit by Opioid Abuse: Survey
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Poll also found most employers unprepared to deal with the issue

  • Most Women Stop Drinking After Positive Pregnancy Test, Study Finds
    (09-Mar-2017)
    Researchers 'pleasantly surprised' by fact that most quickly made the healthy choice

  • Downside to Gluten-Free Diets: Diabetes Risk?
    (09-Mar-2017)
    People who ate least amount of this protein slightly more likely to develop type 2 disease, study suggests

  • Bad Diets Tied to 400,000 U.S. Deaths in 2015
    (09-Mar-2017)
    Adding healthy foods such as nuts, seeds, vegetables, whole grains might help prevent premature demise, researchers suggest

  • Hold That Pose: Yoga May Ease Tough Depression
    (09-Mar-2017)
    Study finds weekly sessions, plus deep breathing, helped ease cases when medications failed

  • Pot Use Tied to Higher Odds for Stroke, Heart Failure
    (09-Mar-2017)
    Study couldn't prove cause and effect, but experts say it's another risk factor to heed

  • Hold That Pose: Yoga May Ease Tough Depression
    (09-Mar-2017)
    Study finds weekly sessions, plus deep breathing, helped ease cases when medications failed

  • Pot + Booze = Skidding College Grades
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Study findings suggest parents and universities need to warn of dangers, limit exposure

  • Pot + Booze = Skidding College Grades
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Study findings suggest parents and universities need to warn of dangers, limit exposure

  • Americans With High Blood Pressure Still Eating Too Much Salt
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Average sodium intake more than double the recommended daily limit for these patients, study finds

  • 'Pokemon Go' Players Add 2,000 Steps a Day
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Smartphone game benefits overweight, sedentary people most, researchers report

  • Winter a Chilling Time for Heart Failure Patients
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Studies found hospitalizations, deaths among these patients highest during that season

  • Depression May Hasten Death in Years After Heart Diagnosis
    (08-Mar-2017)
    Mental health screening recommended over the long term, study suggests

  • Violent Video Games May Not 'Desensitize' Players, Brain Scans Suggest
    (08-Mar-2017)
    In small study, frequent players had empathetic responses similar to those who don't play much

  • Controversial MS Treatment Seems Ineffective
    (08-Mar-2017)
    No benefit detected after 'liberation therapy,' study authors say

  • Could Fruits and Veggies Save Hearts Worldwide?
    (07-Mar-2017)
    New analysis finds low consumption linked to more lost years of healthy life

  • Banishing Asthma-Inducing Mice Allergens on the Cheap
    (07-Mar-2017)
    Do-it-yourself approach works as well as professional extermination services, study finds

  • Have Americans Given Up on Losing Weight?
    (07-Mar-2017)
    Study finds more are overweight, obese than 2 decades ago, but fewer are trying to shed pounds

  • Poor Diet Tied to Half of U.S. Deaths From Heart Disease, Diabetes
    (07-Mar-2017)
    Study explores which foods and nutrients may be helpful or harmful

  • Poor Diet Tied to Half of U.S. Deaths From Heart Disease, Diabetes
    (07-Mar-2017)
    Study explores which foods and nutrients may be helpful or harmful

  • Dining Out Can Doom a Diet
    (07-Mar-2017)
    Nutrition experts advise planning ahead to stay on track

  • More Sleep Time, Less Play Time in America's Bedrooms
    (07-Mar-2017)
    Biggest drop in sexual activity seen for those married or living together, survey finds

  • Can Social Media Sites Leave You Socially Isolated?
    (06-Mar-2017)
    More time using apps and sites like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook linked to greater sense of isolation, study suggests

  • Secondhand Smoke Linked to Food Allergies in Kids
    (06-Mar-2017)
    Passive exposure tied to more egg and peanut sensitivity in study

  • Your Sex Life May Work Wonders for Your Work Life
    (06-Mar-2017)
    Employees in better mood the next day, leading to more work engagement and job satisfaction, study contends

  • Patients Often Reject Drug-Only Psychiatric Treatment
    (06-Mar-2017)
    Compliance more likely when doctors prescribe talk therapy, study finds

  • Can Social Media Sites Leave You Socially Isolated?
    (06-Mar-2017)
    More time using apps and sites like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook linked to greater sense of isolation, study suggests

  • Stress Buster
    (06-Mar-2017)
    Be mindful of mindfulness

  • Nasal 'Nerve Block' May Help Ease Kids' Migraines
    (06-Mar-2017)
    But one headache expert says procedure not without risks, pain relief not significantly better than meds

  • Less-Invasive Fibroid Treatment May Be 'Under-Used'
    (06-Mar-2017)
    But embolization might not be suitable for every woman, specialist says

  • Many People Don't Take Their High Blood Pressure Meds: Study
    (06-Mar-2017)
    Failure to follow doctors' orders leads to unnecessary and costly treatment, research shows

  • Longer Addiction Treatment Is Better, Study Confirms
    (03-Mar-2017)
    Success rate goes up significantly when programs last more than 30 days, psychiatrist says

  • Longer Addiction Treatment Is Better, Study Confirms
    (03-Mar-2017)
    Success rate goes up significantly when programs last more than 30 days, psychiatrist says

  • More Teens Turning Their Backs on Tanning Beds: CDC
    (03-Mar-2017)
    Half as many high school students reported indoor tanning in 2015 versus 2009, survey finds

  • Longer Addiction Treatment Is Better, Study Confirms
    (03-Mar-2017)
    Success rate goes up significantly when programs last more than 30 days, psychiatrist says

  • Longer Addiction Treatment Is Better, Study Confirms
    (03-Mar-2017)
    Success rate goes up significantly when programs last more than 30 days, psychiatrist says

  • Longer Addiction Treatment Is Better, Study Confirms
    (03-Mar-2017)
    Success rate goes up significantly when programs last more than 30 days, psychiatrist says

  • FDA Throws Cold Water on Whole Body Cryotherapy
    (03-Mar-2017)
    Exposure to ultra-low temperatures shows no benefits and may be dangerous, agency warns

  • Keep an Eye Out for Eating Disorders in Loved Ones
    (02-Mar-2017)
    If you suspect someone has a problem, be careful not to shame or criticize, eating disorder expert says

  • Could Common Insecticides Be Tied to Behavior Issues in Kids?
    (02-Mar-2017)
    Study can't prove cause-and-effect, but children exposed in utero to pyrethroids had more problems

  • Some Melanoma Survivors Still Seek Out the Sun
    (02-Mar-2017)
    1 in 5 had suffered a sunburn in the past year, study finds

  • Bad Diet in Youth Might Raise Risk of Early Breast Cancer
    (02-Mar-2017)
    Study found an association, but didn't prove unhealthy foods caused disease

  • Keep an Eye Out for Eating Disorders in Loved Ones
    (02-Mar-2017)
    If you suspect someone has a problem, be careful not to shame or criticize, eating disorder expert says

  • Keep an Eye Out for Eating Disorders in Loved Ones
    (02-Mar-2017)
    If you suspect someone has a problem, be careful not to shame or criticize, eating disorder expert says

  • Keep an Eye Out for Eating Disorders in Loved Ones
    (02-Mar-2017)
    If you suspect someone has a problem, be careful not to shame or criticize, eating disorder expert says

  • Keep an Eye Out for Eating Disorders in Loved Ones
    (02-Mar-2017)
    If you suspect someone has a problem, be careful not to shame or criticize, eating disorder expert says

  • Keep an Eye Out for Eating Disorders in Loved Ones
    (02-Mar-2017)
    If you suspect someone has a problem, be careful not to shame or criticize, eating disorder expert says

  • Could Common Insecticides Be Tied to Behavior Issues in Kids?
    (02-Mar-2017)
    Study can't prove cause-and-effect, but children exposed in utero to pyrethroids had more problems

  • FDA Approves New Treatment for Dust Mite Allergies
    (02-Mar-2017)
    Odactra is a year-round treatment for reactions to the tiny bugs that share your home

  • Mildly Low Thyroid Function in Pregnancy Not a Threat: Study
    (01-Mar-2017)
    No difference in brain functioning seen in kids assessed to age 5

  • Nerve 'Zap' Treatment May Speed Stroke Recovery
    (01-Mar-2017)
    Small study found arm weakness improved when brain was stimulated during physical therapy

  • Wireless Arm Patch May Blunt Migraine Pain
    (01-Mar-2017)
    Study found electrical stimulation reduced ache if started soon enough

  • Who's Top Dog When It Comes to 'Social Intelligence'? Kids or Pets?
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Toddlers and pups are near equals, study suggests, with evolution favoring 'survival of the friendliest'

  • Hip Fracture's Link to Early Death May Last Years
    (28-Feb-2017)
    People over 60 face two to three times the risk of dying over next 8 years, study finds

  • Who's Top Dog When It Comes to 'Social Intelligence'? Kids or Pets?
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Toddlers and pups are near equals, study suggests, with evolution favoring 'survival of the friendliest'

  • Study Tracks Bleeding Risk From Common Blood Thinners
    (28-Feb-2017)
    Research looked specifically at bleeds inside the skull and near the brain

  • Kids Mean Less Shuteye for Mom, While Dad Slumbers On
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Study finds big differences in how youngsters affect parents' sleep

  • What Works Best to Help Overweight Folks Eat Healthier?
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Researchers still don't know the answer, but say pamphlets couldn't hurt

  • As Pot Legalization Advances, Pediatricians Warn of Dangers
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Marijuana isn't benign, child health experts contend

  • Nasal Swab Shows Promise in Confirming Lung Cancers
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Simple technique is based on cancer DNA and seems accurate for use after chest CT scan, researchers say

  • Pediatricians Revise Guidelines for Teen Victims of Sexual Assault
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Physicians need to be comfortable screening for it, offering additional help if needed

  • Pediatricians Revise Guidelines for Teen Victims of Sexual Assault
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Physicians need to be comfortable screening for it, offering additional help if needed

  • Stress Buster
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Stop passing judgment

  • More Booze Won't Beat Back That Hangover
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Drinking coffee doesn't ease the agony either, substance abuse expert adds

  • More Booze Won't Beat Back That Hangover
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Drinking coffee doesn't ease the agony either, substance abuse expert adds

  • Want to Win an Oscar? Study Shows How to Grab the Gold
    (24-Feb-2017)
    One tip: focus on American culture, researchers say

  • Can Depression Up Odds for Arthritis Linked to Psoriasis?
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Mood disorder may increase inflammation throughout the body, researcher says

  • Drug OD Deaths Have Nearly Tripled Since 1999: CDC
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Whites, middle-aged adults hardest hit, new report finds

  • Drug OD Deaths Have Nearly Tripled Since 1999: CDC
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Whites, middle-aged adults hardest hit, new report finds

  • Drug OD Deaths Have Nearly Tripled Since 1999: CDC
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Whites, middle-aged adults hardest hit, new report finds

  • Live Healthy, Live Longer
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Regular checkups, exercise, no smoking, better diet and balance between work and play can add years, health expert says

  • Want to Win an Oscar? Study Shows How to Grab the Gold
    (24-Feb-2017)
    One tip: focus on American culture, researchers say

  • Study Finds Stroke Care Faster for Men Than Women
    (24-Feb-2017)
    Researchers not sure why the disparity exists

  • Smart Kids Prone to Dumb Choices on Pot, Booze
    (23-Feb-2017)
    In study, brainy students more likely to drink or try marijuana, but they did stay away from tobacco

  • Study Links Psychiatric Disorders to Stroke Risk
    (23-Feb-2017)
    Mental health woes may trigger chronic fight-or-flight response, researchers suggest

  • Is a Drowsy Teen Headed for a Life of Crime?
    (23-Feb-2017)
    Study suggests a link, but one child psychiatrist says more factors than sleep may be at play

  • Smart Kids Prone to Dumb Choices on Pot, Booze
    (23-Feb-2017)
    In study, brainy students more likely to drink or try marijuana, but they did stay away from tobacco

  • Can an Apple a Day Keep COPD Away?
    (23-Feb-2017)
    See which fruits, veggies may be linked to lower risk of lung disease in smokers, study suggests

  • 10 Daily Servings of Fruits, Veggies a Recipe for Longevity
    (23-Feb-2017)
    Reductions seen in risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer and early death

  • Belly Fat More Dangerous in Older Women Than Being Overweight
    (23-Feb-2017)
    While a few extra pounds doesn't up death risk, weight around the middle does, study contends

  • Study Links Psychiatric Disorders to Stroke Risk
    (23-Feb-2017)
    Mental health woes may trigger chronic fight-or-flight response, researchers suggest

  • Many Opioid Addicts in Treatment Take Narcotics on the Side
    (23-Feb-2017)
    4 of 10 given buprenorphine to ease withdrawal abuse other opioids, study finds

  • Many Opioid Addicts in Treatment Take Narcotics on the Side
    (23-Feb-2017)
    4 of 10 given buprenorphine to ease withdrawal abuse other opioids, study finds

  • Study Links Psychiatric Disorders to Stroke Risk
    (23-Feb-2017)
    Mental health woes may trigger chronic fight-or-flight response, researchers suggest

  • A Stressed Life May Mean a Wider Waistline
    (23-Feb-2017)
    Study finds chronic anxiety might raise risk of obesity

  • U.S. Life Expectancy May Rise to Over 80 by 2030
    (22-Feb-2017)
    But other developed countries expected to have even bigger longevity gains, study says

  • After Stroke, 'Blue' Light May Help Beat the Blues
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Akin to sunlight, it could ward off depression during rehab, study finds

  • Bleeding Strokes Take Heavy Toll on Brain
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Study found increased risk of dementia, depression in five years following brain attack

  • Spoiler Alert! Most People Don't Want to Know the Future
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Part of the concern: worry over pending unpleasant events, study found

  • Unhealthy in Middle Age, Dementia in Old Age?
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking may set you up for Alzheimer's, research suggests

  • Spoiler Alert! Most People Don't Want to Know the Future
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Part of the concern: worry over pending unpleasant events, study found

  • Little Weight Gain in Pregnancy Tied to Schizophrenia Risk in Kids: Study
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Malnutrition may cut levels of essential nutrients that prevent some mental disorders

  • After Stroke, 'Blue' Light May Help Beat the Blues
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Akin to sunlight, it could ward off depression during rehab, study finds

  • Loneliness Often Plagues Black Women at Risk for Heart Disease
    (21-Feb-2017)
    Social isolation boosts their chances for cardiovascular trouble, researchers say

  • After Wives Suffer Stroke, Husbands Adapt to Caregiving Role
    (21-Feb-2017)
    Small study reveals men's day-to-day successes and struggles in caring for disabled spouse

  • After Wives Suffer Stroke, Husbands Adapt to Caregiving Role
    (21-Feb-2017)
    Small study reveals men's day-to-day successes and struggles in caring for disabled spouse

  • Loneliness Often Plagues Black Women at Risk for Heart Disease
    (21-Feb-2017)
    Social isolation boosts their chances for cardiovascular trouble, researchers say

  • Heart Disease Linked to Anxiety, Negative Feelings
    (21-Feb-2017)
    And that's especially true for women, study suggests

  • Staying Socially Active Nourishes the Aging Brain
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Researchers suggest making friends of all ages

  • Kids' OD Risk Rises When Opioids Left Out at Home
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Odds of overdose more than double if parent takes powerful narcotic instead of milder pain med, study finds

  • Don't Punish Pregnant Women for Opioid Use, Docs Say
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Better prevention and treatment, not jail time, would stem surge in drug-addicted newborns

  • Don't Punish Pregnant Women for Opioid Use, Docs Say
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Better prevention and treatment, not jail time, would stem surge in drug-addicted newborns

  • Don't Punish Pregnant Women for Opioid Use, Docs Say
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Better prevention and treatment, not jail time, would stem surge in drug-addicted newborns

  • Don't Punish Pregnant Women for Opioid Use, Docs Say
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Better prevention and treatment, not jail time, would stem surge in drug-addicted newborns

  • Staying Socially Active Nourishes the Aging Brain
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Researchers suggest making friends of all ages

  • Staying Socially Active Nourishes the Aging Brain
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Researchers suggest making friends of all ages

  • Same-Sex Marriage Laws Tied to Fewer Teen Suicides
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Perceived acceptance may benefit gay, lesbian and bisexual teens, study suggests

  • Stress Buster
    (20-Feb-2017)
    5 stress management tips you can use at work

  • Same-Sex Marriage Laws Tied to Fewer Teen Suicides
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Perceived acceptance may benefit gay, lesbian and bisexual teens, study suggests

  • Stem Cell Transplants May Help Some With Multiple Sclerosis
    (20-Feb-2017)
    Review found younger patients fared better over 5 years, though some deaths reported

  • Repeat Head Hits May Not Put NFL Players at Risk of Motor Problems
    (19-Feb-2017)
    Study aimed to see if former pro football players faced the same fate as many professional boxers

  • Ready for Spring Break? Have Fun But Play It Safe
    (18-Feb-2017)
    Drinking too much can affect your judgment, increasing your risk for injury, CDC warns

  • Ready for Spring Break? Have Fun But Play It Safe
    (18-Feb-2017)
    Drinking too much can affect your judgment, increasing your risk for injury, CDC warns

  • Anti-Addiction Meds Given in ER Can Help Battle Abuse
    (17-Feb-2017)
    Giving drugs to reduce cravings appears to be effective option, study finds

  • Lingering Baby Weight? Don't Blame the Pregnancy
    (17-Feb-2017)
    Researchers find weight gain speeds up a year after delivery, suggest motherhood might be the reason why

  • 'Love Hormone' Helps Dads and Babies Bond
    (17-Feb-2017)
    Brain scans show distinct response when fathers gaze at their kids

  • 'Love Hormone' Helps Dads and Babies Bond
    (17-Feb-2017)
    Brain scans show distinct response when fathers gaze at their kids

  • Docs More Likely to Prescribe Antibiotics If Patients Expect Them
    (17-Feb-2017)
    Study found physicians might even give the drugs if they didn't suspect a bacterial infection

  • Dealing With Diabetes Distress
    (16-Feb-2017)
    The blood sugar disease often comes with enormous mental and emotional strains, specialists say

  • Dealing With Diabetes Distress
    (16-Feb-2017)
    The blood sugar disease often comes with enormous mental and emotional strains, specialists say

  • Hey Fellas, Depression Can Strike New Dads, Too
    (16-Feb-2017)
    Men who are stressed or in poor health seem to be at special risk, study shows

  • When Cocaine's in the Mix, Safe Sex May Not Be
    (16-Feb-2017)
    People who use the drug are more willing to have casual sex without a condom, study shows

  • When Cocaine's in the Mix, Safe Sex May Not Be
    (16-Feb-2017)
    People who use the drug are more willing to have casual sex without a condom, study shows

  • When Cocaine's in the Mix, Safe Sex May Not Be
    (16-Feb-2017)
    People who use the drug are more willing to have casual sex without a condom, study shows

  • Dealing With Diabetes Distress
    (16-Feb-2017)
    The blood sugar disease often comes with enormous mental and emotional strains, specialists say

  • Health Tip: Feeling Tense?
    (16-Feb-2017)
    Suggestions to help you calm down

  • Hey Fellas, Depression Can Strike New Dads, Too
    (16-Feb-2017)
    Men who are stressed or in poor health seem to be at special risk, study shows

  • FDA Approves Injectable Psoriasis Drug for Tough Cases
    (16-Feb-2017)
    But Siliq poses increased risk of suicidal behavior, agency warns

  • Some Docs May Help Fuel Opioid Abuse Epidemic
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Patients are 30 percent more likely to get hooked on painkillers if their ER physician prescribes them frequently

  • Rude, Disrespectful Surgeons May Also Be More Error-Prone: Study
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Patients who complained about their doctor had more post-surgical complications, researchers say

  • America in 2017: Pass the Prozac, Please
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Toxic politics, threats of terrorism have many on edge, survey finds

  • Shocks From Implanted Defibrillators Trigger Health Costs of Their Own
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Even when the shock was inappropriate, many people still got invasive medical procedures afterwards, study finds

  • Weight-Loss Surgery May Help Obese Patients Beat Diabetes
    (15-Feb-2017)
    After procedure, some patients were able to stop taking insulin to control their blood sugar, researchers report

  • America in 2017: Pass the Prozac, Please
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Toxic politics, threats of terrorism have many on edge, survey finds

  • Screen Time and Teen Time
    (14-Feb-2017)
    Study found no link between high use of video games/computers and academics, delinquency

  • Screen Time and Teen Time
    (14-Feb-2017)
    Study found no link between high use of video games/computers and academics, delinquency

  • Some Partners Need Extra Loving This Valentine's Day
    (14-Feb-2017)
    If your loved one is depressed or stressed, offer some 'invisible support,' researcher suggests

  • The Best Place to Find Your Valentine
    (14-Feb-2017)
    Mississippi, Utah and Wisconsin top list of best states for lovers, survey finds

  • Some Partners Need Extra Loving This Valentine's Day
    (14-Feb-2017)
    If your loved one is depressed or stressed, offer some 'invisible support,' researcher suggests

  • Some Partners Need Extra Loving This Valentine's Day
    (14-Feb-2017)
    If your loved one is depressed or stressed, offer some 'invisible support,' researcher suggests

  • Marriage: A Way to Divorce Yourself From Stress?
    (14-Feb-2017)
    New research underscores link between stress hormones and disease

  • Some Partners Need Extra Loving This Valentine's Day
    (14-Feb-2017)
    If your loved one is depressed or stressed, offer some 'invisible support,' researcher suggests

  • Marriage: A Way to Divorce Yourself From Stress?
    (14-Feb-2017)
    New research underscores link between stress hormones and disease

  • 'Cooling Caps' May Halt Chemo-Linked Hair Loss
    (14-Feb-2017)
    One of two trials was stopped early because results were so strong

  • Immunotherapy Not a Quick Fix for Hay Fever
    (14-Feb-2017)
    3-year treatment with high doses of grass pollen offered long-term relief, but 2 years not enough, study finds

  • Tougher Alcohol Laws Mean Fewer Young People Killed on the Road
    (13-Feb-2017)
    9 percent drop in deaths where policies to discourage drinking and driving among all motorists were most stringent

  • Tiny Babies May Face Mental Health Problems Later
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Review found greater likelihood of ADHD, anxiety and depression

  • Beware Heart Attack Risk From Shoveling Snow
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Canadian study finds cases rose for men after heavy snowfalls

  • Tougher Alcohol Laws Mean Fewer Young People Killed on the Road
    (13-Feb-2017)
    9 percent drop in deaths where policies to discourage drinking and driving among all motorists were most stringent

  • Tiny Babies May Face Mental Health Problems Later
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Review found greater likelihood of ADHD, anxiety and depression

  • Tougher Alcohol Laws Mean Fewer Young People Killed on the Road
    (13-Feb-2017)
    9 percent drop in deaths where policies to discourage drinking and driving among all motorists were most stringent

  • The Motherlode of 'Mother Love' Chemicals
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Moms secrete more dopamine when watching their own babies, study finds

  • Tiny Babies May Face Mental Health Problems Later
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Review found greater likelihood of ADHD, anxiety and depression

  • Tiny Babies May Face Mental Health Problems Later
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Review found greater likelihood of ADHD, anxiety and depression

  • The 'Selfie' Paradox
    (13-Feb-2017)
    People love their own, but aren't so crazy about others' on social media, study finds

  • Many Seniors Take Multiple Meds That Can Affect the Brain
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Psychiatrist cautions doctors and patients to consider risks and benefits of each drug

  • Stress Buster
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Lower your stress level through mindful breathing

  • FDA Issues Warning About Balloon Obesity Treatments
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Some devices are over-inflating, and some have been linked to pancreas inflammation, agency says

  • Driving Skills May Suffer Even After Concussion Symptoms Subside
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Erratic swerving showed up in tests taken after young patients thought they had recovered

  • Do Older Guys Always Prefer Younger Women? Maybe Not
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Although they may 'consider' younger mates, they also focus on women their own age, study finds

  • Flu Cases Spiking Across the United States: CDC
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Hospitalizations and deaths among kids and adults on the rise

  • Amphetamine Abuse Abuses the Heart
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Study finds arteries of recreational users look older than their years

  • Do Older Guys Always Prefer Younger Women? Maybe Not
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Although they may 'consider' younger mates, they also focus on women their own age, study finds

  • Cancer Survivors Gain From Web-Based Health Care
    (10-Feb-2017)
    But some patients reported missing face-to-face contact, study found

  • Do Older Guys Always Prefer Younger Women? Maybe Not
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Although they may 'consider' younger mates, they also focus on women their own age, study finds

  • Health Tip: Daily Routine Can Minimize Stress
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Here's what to include

  • Low Back Pain? Relax, Breathe and Try Yoga
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Review of 12 studies found small improvements in pain levels, function after 3 to 6 months

  • Smoke-Free Public Housing Cuts Secondhand Fumes
    (09-Feb-2017)
    Nicotine levels down by almost 50 percent among residents of four properties in Philadelphia

  • Divorce May Shrink an Older Woman's Waistline…
    (09-Feb-2017)
    … while marriage may widen it, study suggests

  • Divorce May Shrink an Older Woman's Waistline…
    (09-Feb-2017)
    … while marriage may widen it, study suggests

  • Smoke-Free Public Housing Cuts Secondhand Fumes
    (09-Feb-2017)
    Nicotine levels down by almost 50 percent among residents of four properties in Philadelphia

  • Daily Aspirin May Help Prevent Some Recurrent Miscarriages
    (09-Feb-2017)
    Approach seemed to help women with high blood levels of a 'marker' for inflammation, study found

  • Smoke-Free Public Housing Cuts Secondhand Fumes
    (09-Feb-2017)
    Nicotine levels down by almost 50 percent among residents of four properties in Philadelphia

  • Opioids and Alcohol a Dangerous Cocktail
    (08-Feb-2017)
    Drinking while taking the painkillers can hamper breathing, especially among seniors, study finds

  • Could Night Shifts, Heavy Lifting Impair a Woman's Fertility?
    (08-Feb-2017)
    It's possible, but researcher stresses cause-and-effect link not proven

  • E-Cigs May Be 'Bridge' to Teens' Tobacco Use
    (08-Feb-2017)
    'Vapers' seem much more likely to give real smokes a try, study finds

  • Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll Trigger Same Good Feelings in Brain
    (08-Feb-2017)
    Music can make you happy because it spurs chemical system involved in pleasure, study finds

  • Harsh Parenting Can Backfire With Bad Behavior From Teens
    (08-Feb-2017)
    Early sex, stealing and dropping out of school are some of the consequences, study contends

  • For Kids, Regular Exercise Seems to Put Depression on the Run
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Finding could be significant because it suggests physical activity can be used to boost mental health

  • E-Cigarettes May Be Less Toxic Than Tobacco, Study Suggests
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Vaping reduces exposure to certain chemicals, but some still question overall safety

  • Hospitalizations for Common Heart Rhythm Problem on the Rise
    (06-Feb-2017)
    But those with atrial fibrillation are also more likely to live, study says

  • Terminally Ill Obese People Less Likely to Get Hospice Care
    (06-Feb-2017)
    And those who did get end-of-life services had fewer days than slimmer patients, study finds

  • For Kids, Regular Exercise Seems to Put Depression on the Run
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Finding could be significant because it suggests physical activity can be used to boost mental health

  • Most Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancers Enjoy Good Sexual Health
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Study finds especially toxic treatments were tied to later issues, but most rated sex lives as positive

  • For Kids, Regular Exercise Seems to Put Depression on the Run
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Finding could be significant because it suggests physical activity can be used to boost mental health

  • Stress Busters
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Dealing with stress-related insomnia

  • Think You're Allergic to Penicillin? Check Again
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Some people outgrow their allergy and others may have been misdiagnosed, doctor explains

  • E-Cigarettes May Be Less Toxic Than Tobacco, Study Suggests
    (06-Feb-2017)
    Vaping reduces exposure to certain chemicals, but some still question overall safety

  • Sleep: The Great Motivator
    (03-Feb-2017)
    With adequate rest, you're more likely to stick to your resolutions, neurologist says

  • U.S. Doctors Trained Overseas Have Slightly Better Patient Outcomes
    (03-Feb-2017)
    Study showed they have lower death rates for people covered by Medicare

  • Sleepovers With Dad Can Be a Win-Win After Divorce
    (03-Feb-2017)
    Overnights in infancy and toddlerhood predicted better relationships years later, study finds

  • Obese Couples May Take Longer to Conceive
    (03-Feb-2017)
    His weight appears to affect pregnancy success, too, study finds

  • Sleep: The Great Motivator
    (03-Feb-2017)
    With adequate rest, you're more likely to stick to your resolutions, neurologist says

  • Why Certain Noises Really Irritate Some People
    (03-Feb-2017)
    'Misophonia' is a disorder that can make a person's brain go into overdrive, researchers report

  • Black Americans Still Undertreated for HIV
    (03-Feb-2017)
    Nearly 1 in 4 had progressed to AIDS at time of diagnosis: CDC

  • 30 Former NFL Players Pledge Their Brains for Research
    (03-Feb-2017)
    Donations will be used to study CTE, other conditions linked to repetitive head trauma

  • Eating Disorders Rampant on the Runway
    (02-Feb-2017)
    Over half of models surveyed said they'd been asked to lose weight or change their body shape

  • Eating Disorders Rampant on the Runway
    (02-Feb-2017)
    Over half of models surveyed said they'd been asked to lose weight or change their body shape

  • Too Few Current, Former Smokers Screened for Lung Cancer
    (02-Feb-2017)
    Such testing could cut death rate by 20 percent, American Cancer Society says

  • Do Weekend Deliveries Pose Risks for Moms?
    (02-Feb-2017)
    Women have slightly higher chances of complications if giving birth Saturday or Sunday, research suggests

  • Eating Disorders Rampant on the Runway
    (02-Feb-2017)
    Over half of models surveyed said they'd been asked to lose weight or change their body shape

  • Many Breast Cancer Survivors Don't Get Life-Extending Therapy
    (02-Feb-2017)
    Study estimates nearly 15,000 lives saved over decade if all who needed hormone treatment got it

  • Too Few Current, Former Smokers Screened for Lung Cancer
    (02-Feb-2017)
    Such testing could cut death rate by 20 percent, American Cancer Society says

  • What You Don't Know About Cancer Can Kill You
    (01-Feb-2017)
    Too few Americans realize that obesity, alcohol and inactivity boost risk for disease, survey finds

  • Parents of Kids With Heart Defects Face PTSD Risk: Study
    (01-Feb-2017)
    They're also more likely to suffer depression, anxiety -- and new moms particularly vulnerable

  • What You Don't Know About Cancer Can Kill You
    (01-Feb-2017)
    Too few Americans realize that obesity, alcohol and inactivity boost risk for disease, survey finds

  • Parents of Kids With Heart Defects Face PTSD Risk: Study
    (01-Feb-2017)
    They're also more likely to suffer depression, anxiety -- and new moms particularly vulnerable

  • Better Sleep Could Mean Better Sex for Older Women
    (01-Feb-2017)
    Study found links between too little shuteye and less sexual satisfaction, especially around menopause

  • Gay Man Infected With HIV Despite Using Preventive Drugs
    (01-Feb-2017)
    But cases of drug-resistant strains of AIDS virus are still rare, doctors say

  • Timing of Your Meals Might Reduce Heart Risks
    (31-Jan-2017)
    American Heart Association report suggests eating more earlier in the day may be healthier

  • Brain Scans May Shed Light on Bipolar Disorder-Suicide Risk
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Almost half of those with the disorder attempt suicide and up to 20 percent succeed

  • Smoking Costs World $1.4 Trillion a Year in Disease, Lost Productivity
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Tobacco-related diseases caused 12 percent of deaths among smokers aged 30 to 69 in 2012, study finds

  • Smoking Costs World $1.4 Trillion a Year in Disease, Lost Productivity
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Tobacco-related diseases caused 12 percent of deaths among smokers aged 30 to 69 in 2012, study finds

  • Brain Scans May Shed Light on Bipolar Disorder-Suicide Risk
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Almost half of those with the disorder attempt suicide and up to 20 percent succeed

  • The Shame of 'Fat Shaming'
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Those affected by weight bias more likely to have heart disease risk factors, study suggests

  • Brain Scans May Shed Light on Bipolar Disorder-Suicide Risk
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Almost half of those with the disorder attempt suicide and up to 20 percent succeed

  • Smoking Costs World $1.4 Trillion a Year in Disease, Lost Productivity
    (31-Jan-2017)
    Tobacco-related diseases caused 12 percent of deaths among smokers aged 30 to 69 in 2012, study finds

  • Stress-Busting Tips
    (30-Jan-2017)
    5 ways to relax at home

  • Study Suggests Newer Cholesterol Drugs Are Safe
    (30-Jan-2017)
    Whether taking them results in fewer heart attacks and strokes isn't yet known, researcher says

  • Ways to Stay Active in Winter
    (28-Jan-2017)
    Sledding, climbing stairs -- even house-cleaning -- are great pursuits that burn calories, dietary experts say

  • Anxiety May Lead to Unneeded Prostate Cancer Treatments
    (27-Jan-2017)
    Researchers suggest that dealing with a patient's distress may lead to better choices, improve quality of life

  • Slim But Sedentary: Risk of Prediabetes May Rise
    (27-Jan-2017)
    4 out of 10 'skinny fat' people had higher blood sugar by middle age, study finds

  • If You Can't Stay Off Social Media, Maybe It's in Your Genes
    (27-Jan-2017)
    Findings put 'the consumer in the driver's seat,' researcher says

  • 1 in 4 U.S. Adults, 1 in 10 Teens Use Tobacco
    (27-Jan-2017)
    About 40 percent of cigarette smokers also use e-cigarettes or other tobacco products, report finds

  • 1 in 4 U.S. Adults, 1 in 10 Teens Use Tobacco
    (27-Jan-2017)
    About 40 percent of cigarette smokers also use e-cigarettes or other tobacco products, report finds

  • 1 in 4 U.S. Adults, 1 in 10 Teens Use Tobacco
    (27-Jan-2017)
    About 40 percent of cigarette smokers also use e-cigarettes or other tobacco products, report finds

  • 1 in 4 U.S. Adults, 1 in 10 Teens Use Tobacco
    (27-Jan-2017)
    About 40 percent of cigarette smokers also use e-cigarettes or other tobacco products, report finds

  • No Torture, Psychologists' Group Says to Trump
    (27-Jan-2017)
    President urged to continue ban on 'inhuman' practices like waterboarding

  • Anxiety May Lead to Unneeded Prostate Cancer Treatments
    (27-Jan-2017)
    Researchers suggest that dealing with a patient's distress may lead to better choices, improve quality of life

  • Good News for Older Women With Early Form of Breast Cancer
    (27-Jan-2017)
    A diagnosis of DCIS doesn't lower life expectancy in patients over 50, study finds

  • 1 in 4 U.S. Adults, 1 in 10 Teens Use Tobacco
    (27-Jan-2017)
    About 40 percent of cigarette smokers also use e-cigarettes or other tobacco products, report finds

  • Mental Health May Affect Chances Against Cancer
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Early research suggests anxiety, depression might raise risk of dying from certain malignancies

  • Kids With ADHD Make 6.1 Million Doctor Visits a Year in U.S.: CDC
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Mental health specialist says study raises more questions than it answers

  • Mental Health May Affect Chances Against Cancer
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Early research suggests anxiety, depression might raise risk of dying from certain malignancies

  • Rates of Early Deaths Rise for Whites, Drop for Blacks
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Drug overdoses, liver disease, suicides fuel jump in numbers for whites, U.S. study finds

  • U.S. Heart Failure Rates on the Rise
    (26-Jan-2017)
    And heart disease remains the nation's leading killer

  • Depression Often Untreated in Dialysis Patients
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Sometimes it's the kidney doctors who nix antidepressants, study finds

  • Mental Health May Affect Chances Against Cancer
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Early research suggests anxiety, depression might raise risk of dying from certain malignancies

  • Amnesia Affecting Some Opioid Abusers
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Drug abuse may cause an unusual short-term memory syndrome, study suggests

  • Should Pregnant Women Always Be Treated for Underactive Thyroid?
    (26-Jan-2017)
    New study finds the therapy may have potential risks, and specialists say more study is needed

  • Kids With ADHD Make 6.1 Million Doctor Visits a Year in U.S.: CDC
    (26-Jan-2017)
    Mental health specialist says study raises more questions than it answers

  • Study Explores Electrical Brain Stimulation to Treat Bulimia
    (25-Jan-2017)
    Though preliminary, it found symptoms of eating disorder lessened in first 24 hours after treatment

  • Study Explores Electrical Brain Stimulation to Treat Bulimia
    (25-Jan-2017)
    Though preliminary, it found symptoms of eating disorder lessened in first 24 hours after treatment

  • Diabetes Kills More Americans Than Had Been Thought
    (25-Jan-2017)
    Condition is third-highest cause of death, study finds

  • Study Explores Electrical Brain Stimulation to Treat Bulimia
    (25-Jan-2017)
    Though preliminary, it found symptoms of eating disorder lessened in first 24 hours after treatment

  • Deportation Fears Tied to Poor Birth Outcomes for Hispanics
    (25-Jan-2017)
    After immigration raid, women had increased risk of preterm birth, low birth weight babies, research contends

  • Should a Mental Disability Keep Patients Off Organ Transplant Lists?
    (25-Jan-2017)
    30 members of U.S. Congress request clear guidance on this ethically fraught issue

  • Deportation Fears Tied to Poor Birth Outcomes for Hispanics
    (25-Jan-2017)
    After immigration raid, women had increased risk of preterm birth, low birth weight babies, research contends

  • Deportation Fears Tied to Poor Birth Outcomes for Hispanics
    (25-Jan-2017)
    After immigration raid, women had increased risk of preterm birth, low birth weight babies, research contends

  • Study Explores Electrical Brain Stimulation to Treat Bulimia
    (25-Jan-2017)
    Though preliminary, it found symptoms of eating disorder lessened in first 24 hours after treatment

  • Is Chemo Overused in Younger Colon Cancer Patients?
    (25-Jan-2017)
    Study found the treatment often wasn't beneficial, but cancer expert says more research is needed

  • 'Ablation' Procedure Helps 3 out of 4 Patients With Irregular Heartbeat
    (25-Jan-2017)
    But results may not be lasting, and patients may still need to take medications

  • Drug May Be New Weapon Against a 'Superbug'
    (25-Jan-2017)
    Zinplava cuts risk of recurrent C. difficile infections by 40 percent

  • U.S. Cancer Deaths Decline Over Three Decades
    (24-Jan-2017)
    But clusters of high death rates remain in some pockets of the country, study finds

  • Gene May Help Guide Black Patients' Opioid Addiction Treatment
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Finding suggests they may need higher doses of methadone

  • Gene May Help Guide Black Patients' Opioid Addiction Treatment
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Finding suggests they may need higher doses of methadone

  • Gene May Help Guide Black Patients' Opioid Addiction Treatment
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Finding suggests they may need higher doses of methadone

  • Gene May Help Guide Black Patients' Opioid Addiction Treatment
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Finding suggests they may need higher doses of methadone

  • Unlocking the Secrets of the Love Hormone Kisspeptin
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Injections of the substance might boost sexual and romantic feelings, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Stop Smoking!
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Fill your time with healthier habits

  • Unlocking the Secrets of the Love Hormone Kisspeptin
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Injections of the substance might boost sexual and romantic feelings, researchers say

  • Half Report Severe Side Effects From Breast Cancer Therapy
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Digestive troubles, pain, skin irritation and arm swelling among possible problems

  • Health Tip: Stop Smoking!
    (24-Jan-2017)
    Fill your time with healthier habits

  • Exercise Rates Often Decline After Cancer Diagnosis
    (23-Jan-2017)
    But researchers say physical activity can improve recovery and survival chances

  • E-Cigarettes Not a Smoking Deterrent for Kids
    (23-Jan-2017)
    Study finds 'vaping' might lead teens who would've never smoked to try nicotine

  • Gestational Diabetes a Risk Factor for Postpartum Depression: Study
    (23-Jan-2017)
    It found chances increased even more if woman had suffered an earlier bout of depression

  • When Loved One Has Breast Cancer, Partner Suffers, Too
    (23-Jan-2017)
    Anxiety is common even several years later, study finds

  • E-Cigarettes Not a Smoking Deterrent for Kids
    (23-Jan-2017)
    Study finds 'vaping' might lead teens who would've never smoked to try nicotine

  • Does 'Juvy' Confinement Jeopardize Long-Term Health?
    (23-Jan-2017)
    It may be time for U.S. to explore alternatives for wayward youths, studies suggest

  • E-Cigarettes Not a Smoking Deterrent for Kids
    (23-Jan-2017)
    Study finds 'vaping' might lead teens who would've never smoked to try nicotine

  • Smokers Unleash Harms on Their Pets
    (22-Jan-2017)
    Dogs, cats and more suffer from secondhand smoke, FDA warns

  • Smokers Unleash Harms on Their Pets
    (22-Jan-2017)
    Dogs, cats and more suffer from secondhand smoke, FDA warns

  • Many Women With Eating Disorders Do Recover, Study Finds
    (20-Jan-2017)
    But it may take years or longer, researchers acknowledge

  • Stress May Explain Digestive Issues in Kids With Autism
    (20-Jan-2017)
    Elevated stress hormone levels linked to stomach problems among these children, researchers say

  • Screen Time May Not Be So Bad for Teens After All
    (20-Jan-2017)
    Those who spend hours on smartphones, computers, TV can still flourish, develop social skills, study finds

  • Many Women With Eating Disorders Do Recover, Study Finds
    (20-Jan-2017)
    But it may take years or longer, researchers acknowledge

  • Obamacare Covered More People With Mental Illness, Addictions
    (20-Jan-2017)
    But greater numbers need to be in treatment for these conditions, researcher says

  • Many Women With Eating Disorders Do Recover, Study Finds
    (20-Jan-2017)
    But it may take years or longer, researchers acknowledge

  • Obamacare Covered More People With Mental Illness, Addictions
    (20-Jan-2017)
    But greater numbers need to be in treatment for these conditions, researcher says

  • Obamacare Covered More People With Mental Illness, Addictions
    (20-Jan-2017)
    But greater numbers need to be in treatment for these conditions, researcher says

  • Many Women With Eating Disorders Do Recover, Study Finds
    (20-Jan-2017)
    But it may take years or longer, researchers acknowledge

  • Obamacare Covered More People With Mental Illness, Addictions
    (20-Jan-2017)
    But greater numbers need to be in treatment for these conditions, researcher says

  • Screen Time May Not Be So Bad for Teens After All
    (20-Jan-2017)
    Those who spend hours on smartphones, computers, TV can still flourish, develop social skills, study finds

  • Stress May Explain Digestive Issues in Kids With Autism
    (20-Jan-2017)
    Elevated stress hormone levels linked to stomach problems among these children, researchers say

  • Many With Mental Illness Miss Out on HIV Tests
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Rates of infection up to 15 times higher, yet testing rates similar to those without psychiatric woes, study finds

  • Food Stamp Use Linked to Raised Early Death Risk in Study
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Highlights need to improve health of poorer Americans, researchers say

  • Many With Mental Illness Miss Out on HIV Tests
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Rates of infection up to 15 times higher, yet testing rates similar to those without psychiatric woes, study finds

  • Many With Mental Illness Miss Out on HIV Tests
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Rates of infection up to 15 times higher, yet testing rates similar to those without psychiatric woes, study finds

  • Many With Mental Illness Miss Out on HIV Tests
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Rates of infection up to 15 times higher, yet testing rates similar to those without psychiatric woes, study finds

  • Forward-Thinking Tips for Back Pain
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Certain behaviors can reduce your risk, doctor says

  • Brain-Training May Help Ease Ringing in the Ears
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Study found computer-based program seemed to allow people to cope with tinnitus

  • Incentives May Spur Poor Families to Buy More Fruits, Veggies
    (18-Jan-2017)
    Many may not know about program that doubles value of food stamps spent on produce, study finds

  • Plastic Surgeons Often Miss Patients' Mental Disorders
    (18-Jan-2017)
    10 percent seeking facial procedures have condition called body dysmorphic disorder, study contends

  • Soft Robotic Sleeve Shows Promise for Failing Hearts
    (18-Jan-2017)
    But device has only been tested in pigs, so far

  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome a Global Problem: Report
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Countries with highest alcohol use during pregnancy include Belarus, Britain, Denmark, Ireland and Russia

  • Can HIV Drugs Boost Syphilis Risk?
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Meds may raise susceptibility to bacterium that causes the sexually transmitted disease, study suggests

  • James Bond Has Kicked Butts, But His Co-Stars Haven't
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Smoking scenes still appear in nearly every '007' film, study finds

  • James Bond Has Kicked Butts, But His Co-Stars Haven't
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Smoking scenes still appear in nearly every '007' film, study finds

  • Postpartum Depression Affects New Dads, Too
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Certain men at greater risk, doctors say

  • Steep Rise in Births to U.S. Women Using Opioids
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Few treatment programs deal with substance abuse in expectant moms, federal report says

  • Steep Rise in Births to U.S. Women Using Opioids
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Few treatment programs deal with substance abuse in expectant moms, federal report says

  • Steep Rise in Births to U.S. Women Using Opioids
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Few treatment programs deal with substance abuse in expectant moms, federal report says

  • Steep Rise in Births to U.S. Women Using Opioids
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Few treatment programs deal with substance abuse in expectant moms, federal report says

  • James Bond Has Kicked Butts, But His Co-Stars Haven't
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Smoking scenes still appear in nearly every '007' film, study finds

  • Postpartum Depression Affects New Dads, Too
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Certain men at greater risk, doctors say

  • Can HIV Drugs Boost Syphilis Risk?
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Meds may raise susceptibility to bacterium that causes the sexually transmitted disease, study suggests

  • 1 in 3 Adults Diagnosed With Asthma May Not Have It: Study
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Almost half did not get objective breathing test, researchers in Canada found

  • James Bond Has Kicked Butts, But His Co-Stars Haven't
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Smoking scenes still appear in nearly every '007' film, study finds

  • Most Smokers With Mental Illness Want to Kick the Habit
    (16-Jan-2017)
    But psychiatrists and caseworkers often don't recognize this need, survey finds

  • Kids Born to Opioid-Addicted Moms Seem to Fare Poorly in School
    (16-Jan-2017)
    By 7th grade, 4 out of 10 failed to meet standards in at least one academic area, study finds

  • Kids Born to Opioid-Addicted Moms Seem to Fare Poorly in School
    (16-Jan-2017)
    By 7th grade, 4 out of 10 failed to meet standards in at least one academic area, study finds

  • Kids Born to Opioid-Addicted Moms Seem to Fare Poorly in School
    (16-Jan-2017)
    By 7th grade, 4 out of 10 failed to meet standards in at least one academic area, study finds

  • Kids Born to Opioid-Addicted Moms Seem to Fare Poorly in School
    (16-Jan-2017)
    By 7th grade, 4 out of 10 failed to meet standards in at least one academic area, study finds

  • Most Smokers With Mental Illness Want to Kick the Habit
    (16-Jan-2017)
    But psychiatrists and caseworkers often don't recognize this need, survey finds

  • Most Smokers With Mental Illness Want to Kick the Habit
    (16-Jan-2017)
    But psychiatrists and caseworkers often don't recognize this need, survey finds

  • Most Smokers With Mental Illness Want to Kick the Habit
    (16-Jan-2017)
    But psychiatrists and caseworkers often don't recognize this need, survey finds

  • Most Smokers With Mental Illness Want to Kick the Habit
    (16-Jan-2017)
    But psychiatrists and caseworkers often don't recognize this need, survey finds

  • Watching Others 'Vape' May Trigger Urge to Smoke
    (13-Jan-2017)
    Newer e-cigarettes boost same impulses as real cigarettes, researcher says

  • Watching Others 'Vape' May Trigger Urge to Smoke
    (13-Jan-2017)
    Newer e-cigarettes boost same impulses as real cigarettes, researcher says

  • Watching Others 'Vape' May Trigger Urge to Smoke
    (13-Jan-2017)
    Newer e-cigarettes boost same impulses as real cigarettes, researcher says

  • Study Questions 'Fecal Transplant' Treatment for Gut Infection
    (13-Jan-2017)
    In direct comparison, researchers found no real difference compared to antibiotics

  • 'Stress Ball' in Your Brain May Be Key to Heart Risks
    (12-Jan-2017)
    New brain-scan study helps pinpoint a neurological link between anxiety, cardiovascular disease

  • Rural Americans at Higher Risk of 5 Preventable Causes of Death: CDC
    (12-Jan-2017)
    More smoking, obesity and less use of seatbelts are some possible reasons why

  • Rural Americans at Higher Risk of 5 Preventable Causes of Death: CDC
    (12-Jan-2017)
    More smoking, obesity and less use of seatbelts are some possible reasons why

  • U.S. Report Cites the Good and Bad on Marijuana
    (12-Jan-2017)
    Pot shown to help chronic pain, chemo-related nausea and muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis, but researchers cite risks, too

  • 'Stress Ball' in Your Brain May Be Key to Heart Risks
    (12-Jan-2017)
    New brain-scan study helps pinpoint a neurological link between anxiety, cardiovascular disease

  • 'Stress Ball' in Your Brain May Be Key to Heart Risks
    (12-Jan-2017)
    New brain-scan study helps pinpoint a neurological link between anxiety, cardiovascular disease

  • U.S. Report Cites the Good and Bad on Marijuana
    (12-Jan-2017)
    Pot shown to help chronic pain, chemo-related nausea and muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis, but researchers cite risks, too

  • Rural Americans at Higher Risk of 5 Preventable Causes of Death: CDC
    (12-Jan-2017)
    More smoking, obesity and less use of seatbelts are some possible reasons why

  • The Etiquette of Achoo!
    (11-Jan-2017)
    Cover your sneeze to protect those around you, health experts advise

  • High Blood Pressure Often Undiagnosed, Untreated
    (11-Jan-2017)
    Half of mobile clinic patients with the condition said they didn't know they had it, study finds

  • Tobacco Use Costs World 6 Million Lives, $1 Trillion Annually: Report
    (10-Jan-2017)
    Higher prices, taxes would deter smoking and generate income, WHO and others say

  • Tobacco Use Costs World 6 Million Lives, $1 Trillion Annually: Report
    (10-Jan-2017)
    Higher prices, taxes would deter smoking and generate income, WHO and others say

  • Exercise: An Antidote for Behavioral Issues in Students?
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Study found use of 'cybercycles' reduced classroom problems for kids with autism, ADHD, other concerns

  • Kids' Asthma Flareups Fall Off After No-Smoking Laws
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Researchers reviewed ER visits in 20 metro areas of U.S.

  • More Americans Questioning Safety of E-Cigarettes
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Fewer people see these devices as safer alternative to traditional cigarettes, survey shows

  • Exercise: An Antidote for Behavioral Issues in Students?
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Study found use of 'cybercycles' reduced classroom problems for kids with autism, ADHD, other concerns

  • Do Genes Steer You to a Partner With Similar Schooling?
    (09-Jan-2017)
    British study finds connections more likely when 'educational' DNA is shared

  • Health Tip: Protecting Your Health
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Ways to remain healthy

  • More Americans Questioning Safety of E-Cigarettes
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Fewer people see these devices as safer alternative to traditional cigarettes, survey shows

  • More Americans Questioning Safety of E-Cigarettes
    (09-Jan-2017)
    Fewer people see these devices as safer alternative to traditional cigarettes, survey shows

  • 'You're Not My Wife, You're an Impostor'
    (06-Jan-2017)
    Brain imaging reveals clues to rare, puzzling delusions

  • Delaying Chemo After Lung Cancer Surgery? Better Late Than Never
    (06-Jan-2017)
    Patient recovery may mean longer time to the treatment, but study suggests it can still have benefit

  • Breathalyzer Lock Laws Prevent Drunk-Driving Deaths: Study
    (05-Jan-2017)
    But only half of U.S. states require them for all offenders, researchers note

  • U.S. Cancer Death Rates Continue to Fall: Report
    (05-Jan-2017)
    Researchers credit declines in smoking, better detection and treatment

  • Poor Asthma Sufferers Often Stuck in Homes That Worsen Their Disease
    (04-Jan-2017)
    Study finds them living with smokers, mold, rodent and cockroach infestations, and few support systems

  • Powerful Drug for Advanced Cancers May Need Less Frequent Dosing
    (04-Jan-2017)
    Patients whose disease has spread to bone can cut side effects tied to zoledronic acid, researchers report

  • New Parkinson's Drug May Combat Movement Difficulties
    (04-Jan-2017)
    Opicapone, added to standard treatment, appears safe and well-tolerated, researchers say

  • Study Ties Alcohol Abuse to Increased Heart Risks
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Association similar to that from high blood pressure, smoking, obesity and diabetes, researchers say

  • Study Ties Alcohol Abuse to Increased Heart Risks
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Association similar to that from high blood pressure, smoking, obesity and diabetes, researchers say

  • Gun Violence May Be 'Contagious,' Study Suggests
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Those at highest risk for being shot had most friends who had recently been shot

  • Resolve to Reduce Your Cancer Risk This Year
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Healthy habits are key to preventing the disease, cancer experts say

  • Gun Violence May Be 'Contagious,' Study Suggests
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Those at highest risk for being shot had most friends who had recently been shot

  • Resolve to Reduce Your Cancer Risk This Year
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Healthy habits are key to preventing the disease, cancer experts say

  • Gun Violence May Be 'Contagious,' Study Suggests
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Those at highest risk for being shot had most friends who had recently been shot

  • Health Tip: Set a Health Goal That Lasts
    (02-Jan-2017)
    Stick with it all year long

  • Sleep May Help People Process Traumatic Events
    (02-Jan-2017)
    Researchers find sleep weakens emotions stemming from disturbing events

  • Sleep May Help People Process Traumatic Events
    (02-Jan-2017)
    Researchers find sleep weakens emotions stemming from disturbing events

  • Sleep May Help People Process Traumatic Events
    (02-Jan-2017)
    Researchers find sleep weakens emotions stemming from disturbing events

  • Make a Healthy Lifestyle Your New Year's Resolution
    (31-Dec-2016)
    The American Medical Association offers seven goals to get you started

  • Make a Healthy Lifestyle Your New Year's Resolution
    (31-Dec-2016)
    The American Medical Association offers seven goals to get you started

  • Make a Healthy Lifestyle Your New Year's Resolution
    (31-Dec-2016)
    The American Medical Association offers seven goals to get you started

  • Make a Healthy Lifestyle Your New Year's Resolution
    (31-Dec-2016)
    The American Medical Association offers seven goals to get you started

  • Make a Healthy Lifestyle Your New Year's Resolution
    (31-Dec-2016)
    The American Medical Association offers seven goals to get you started

  • Make a Healthy Lifestyle Your New Year's Resolution
    (31-Dec-2016)
    The American Medical Association offers seven goals to get you started

  • DUI Rates Decline for U.S. Drivers
    (30-Dec-2016)
    But that doesn't mean roads will be safe New Year's Eve; 28 million still drink and drive, survey finds

  • DUI Rates Decline for U.S. Drivers
    (30-Dec-2016)
    But that doesn't mean roads will be safe New Year's Eve; 28 million still drink and drive, survey finds

  • Making New Year's Resolutions That Last
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Think small, manageable goals -- not sweeping lifestyle changes, psychologists advise

  • Did You Know Biting Your Nails Can Make You Sick?
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Here are 5 reasons to give up your nervous habit

  • DUI Rates Decline for U.S. Drivers
    (30-Dec-2016)
    But that doesn't mean roads will be safe New Year's Eve; 28 million still drink and drive, survey finds

  • DUI Rates Decline for U.S. Drivers
    (30-Dec-2016)
    But that doesn't mean roads will be safe New Year's Eve; 28 million still drink and drive, survey finds

  • Making New Year's Resolutions That Last
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Think small, manageable goals -- not sweeping lifestyle changes, psychologists advise

  • Melanoma Rates Rise in Some States, Fall in Others
    (29-Dec-2016)
    Local sun-safety campaigns may be key to progress against the deadly skin cancer, researchers say

  • Men Don't Know About Risks to Fertility, Survey Finds
    (28-Dec-2016)
    It's not commonly known that factors such as obesity, laptop use on lap can affect sperm counts

  • Why Acne Can Strike Women After the Teen Years
    (28-Dec-2016)
    Study suggests diet, stress and family history may play a role

  • Men Don't Know About Risks to Fertility, Survey Finds
    (28-Dec-2016)
    It's not commonly known that factors such as obesity, laptop use on lap can affect sperm counts

  • Health Tip: Getting Through Diabetes Diagnosis
    (27-Dec-2016)
    Channel anger into becoming healthier

  • Does Legalizing Pot Spur Kids to Try It?
    (27-Dec-2016)
    In 2 states studied, teens downplayed harms after recreational pot legalized; use increased in 1 state

  • Kids Landing in ERs After Drinking Parents' E-Cig Nicotine Liquid
    (27-Dec-2016)
    In one case, a 6-year-old wound up in intensive care

  • For Better Results From Customer Service, Don't Make It Personal
    (26-Dec-2016)
    Study suggests words like 'great' and 'fine' also help

  • 'Emotional Hangover' Is Real and Affects Future Experiences: Study
    (26-Dec-2016)
    Emotion-provoking events prime the brain to remember things more effectively, researchers find

  • 'Emotional Hangover' Is Real and Affects Future Experiences: Study
    (26-Dec-2016)
    Emotion-provoking events prime the brain to remember things more effectively, researchers find

  • For Better Results From Customer Service, Don't Make It Personal
    (26-Dec-2016)
    Study suggests words like 'great' and 'fine' also help

  • Does Santa's Diet, Lifestyle Earn Him a Stocking Full of Coal?
    (25-Dec-2016)
    But, kudos for kicking that pipe smoking habit, a doctor says

  • Does Santa's Diet, Lifestyle Earn Him a Stocking Full of Coal?
    (25-Dec-2016)
    But, kudos for kicking that pipe smoking habit, a doctor says

  • Does Santa's Diet, Lifestyle Earn Him a Stocking Full of Coal?
    (25-Dec-2016)
    But, kudos for kicking that pipe smoking habit, a doctor says

  • Are Your Gifts Always Getting Returned?
    (24-Dec-2016)
    Think about how the recipient will use the gift, study suggests

  • Head Off 'Holiday Heart Syndrome'
    (23-Dec-2016)
    Eating and drinking too much can increase your risk for cardiac complications, experts advise

  • Head Off 'Holiday Heart Syndrome'
    (23-Dec-2016)
    Eating and drinking too much can increase your risk for cardiac complications, experts advise

  • Managing Holiday Stress
    (23-Dec-2016)
    Focus on one thing at a time and try to give back when you can, experts advise

  • Women Chasing Holiday Perfection May Miss Signs of Heart Trouble
    (23-Dec-2016)
    Stress can be damaging, so take time for yourself during the season, cardiologist advises

  • Managing Holiday Stress
    (23-Dec-2016)
    Focus on one thing at a time and try to give back when you can, experts advise

  • Women Chasing Holiday Perfection May Miss Signs of Heart Trouble
    (23-Dec-2016)
    Stress can be damaging, so take time for yourself during the season, cardiologist advises

  • Celebrate the Holidays, But Not While Drinking and Driving
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Coffee won't help a tipsy person sober up, traffic safety experts warn

  • Celebrate the Holidays, But Not While Drinking and Driving
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Coffee won't help a tipsy person sober up, traffic safety experts warn

  • Smoking in Pregnancy Tied to Kidney Damage in Kids
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Raised risk of reduced organ function seen in 3-year-olds whose moms smoked while pregnant

  • Is Season the Reason Why Heart Deaths Spike at Christmas?
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Increase isn't tied to cold temps, but likely due to holiday-related factors, researchers say

  • Celebrate the Holidays, But Not While Drinking and Driving
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Coffee won't help a tipsy person sober up, traffic safety experts warn

  • Is Season the Reason Why Heart Deaths Spike at Christmas?
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Increase isn't tied to cold temps, but likely due to holiday-related factors, researchers say

  • Is Season the Reason Why Heart Deaths Spike at Christmas?
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Increase isn't tied to cold temps, but likely due to holiday-related factors, researchers say

  • Exercise May Be Real Medicine for Parkinson's Disease
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Physical activity helps improve gait and balance, research review finds

  • New MS Drug Shows 'Breakthrough' Promise for Advanced Disease
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Specialist hopes ocrelizumab will be available by spring

  • Smoking in Pregnancy Tied to Kidney Damage in Kids
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Raised risk of reduced organ function seen in 3-year-olds whose moms smoked while pregnant

  • Where Medical Pot Is Legal, Fatal Car Crashes Often Decline
    (21-Dec-2016)
    It's possible that these state laws might cause younger drivers to drink less, researchers said

  • Child Deaths Highlight Choking Dangers Posed by Grapes
    (21-Dec-2016)
    Deaths of 5-year-old and toddler cited in new report

  • U.S. Melanoma Rate Is Rising, Study Finds
    (21-Dec-2016)
    1 in every 54 Americans will develop invasive form of the skin cancer in their lifetime

  • Innovative Programs Help Addicts Get Off Opioids
    (21-Dec-2016)
    Long waitlists for drug rehab led to two promising efforts in New England

  • Innovative Programs Help Addicts Get Off Opioids
    (21-Dec-2016)
    Long waitlists for drug rehab led to two promising efforts in New England

  • Short Course of Antibiotics Not Best for Kids' Ear Infections
    (21-Dec-2016)
    10 days of the medication was twice as effective, study finds

  • Teen Violence Can Be Contagious, Study Contends
    (20-Dec-2016)
    Preventive programs could help stop copycat behavior, researchers say

  • Drug Overdose Deaths Climb Dramatically in U.S.
    (20-Dec-2016)
    Prescription painkillers and heroin lead the increase, latest government data shows

  • Mothers of Kids With Severe Birth Defects May Have Shorter Lives: Study
    (20-Dec-2016)
    But the overall risk of early death is still quite low

  • Drug Overdose Deaths Climb Dramatically in U.S.
    (20-Dec-2016)
    Prescription painkillers and heroin lead the increase, latest government data shows

  • Drug Overdose Deaths Climb Dramatically in U.S.
    (20-Dec-2016)
    Prescription painkillers and heroin lead the increase, latest government data shows

  • Mothers of Kids With Severe Birth Defects May Have Shorter Lives: Study
    (20-Dec-2016)
    But the overall risk of early death is still quite low

  • Nicotine in E-Cigs Can Trigger Lifelong Addiction in Kids: Docs
    (19-Dec-2016)
    American Academy of Pediatricians' report says the earlier kids 'vape,' the more likely they're hooked

  • Some Kids' Genes Might Make Food Ads More Tempting
    (19-Dec-2016)
    Brain scans showed they had more reaction in 'reward center' when viewing fast-food commercials

  • Life After Juvenile Detention Isn't Easy, Especially for Minorities
    (19-Dec-2016)
    Only 1 in 5 males was working or in school full-time 12 years later, study reveals

  • Nicotine in E-Cigs Can Trigger Lifelong Addiction in Kids: Docs
    (19-Dec-2016)
    American Academy of Pediatricians' report says the earlier kids 'vape,' the more likely they're hooked

  • Life After Juvenile Detention Isn't Easy, Especially for Minorities
    (19-Dec-2016)
    Only 1 in 5 males was working or in school full-time 12 years later, study reveals

  • Study Finds Genetic Link Between Sleep Problems and Obesity
    (19-Dec-2016)
    Restless legs syndrome, schizophrenia also have biological ties to sleep disorders, research suggests

  • Sometimes the Holidays Aren't Always Jolly
    (17-Dec-2016)
    Take steps to prevent depression, and learn to spot signs that you may need help

  • Sometimes the Holidays Aren't Always Jolly
    (17-Dec-2016)
    Take steps to prevent depression, and learn to spot signs that you may need help

  • Sometimes the Holidays Aren't Always Jolly
    (17-Dec-2016)
    Take steps to prevent depression, and learn to spot signs that you may need help

  • Teens May Not Heed Health Warnings on Cigars
    (16-Dec-2016)
    Only half found labels about cancer risks believable, study finds

  • More Than 1 in 10 Pilots Suffer From Depression, Survey Finds
    (15-Dec-2016)
    Report highlights need for accurate screening

  • More Than 1 in 10 Pilots Suffer From Depression, Survey Finds
    (15-Dec-2016)
    Report highlights need for accurate screening

  • More Than 1 in 10 Pilots Suffer From Depression, Survey Finds
    (15-Dec-2016)
    Report highlights need for accurate screening

  • Subway Surveillance Video Provides Clues to Suicidal Behavior
    (15-Dec-2016)
    Leaving belongings on platform and pacing yellow line among troubling signs, researchers say

  • More Than 1 in 10 Pilots Suffer From Depression, Survey Finds
    (15-Dec-2016)
    Report highlights need for accurate screening

  • Subway Surveillance Video Provides Clues to Suicidal Behavior
    (15-Dec-2016)
    Leaving belongings on platform and pacing yellow line among troubling signs, researchers say

  • The Happy Get Lucky in Their Older Years
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Study of seniors links enjoyment of life to lower risk of death

  • Child Abuse Cases in Army Families May Be Under-Reported
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Some kids 'are falling through the cracks of a broken system,' researcher says

  • NYC 'Zombie' Outbreak Highlights Dangers of Synthetic Drug
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Up to 85 times more potent than real marijuana, study says

  • The Happy Get Lucky in Their Older Years
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Study of seniors links enjoyment of life to lower risk of death

  • NYC 'Zombie' Outbreak Highlights Dangers of Synthetic Drug
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Up to 85 times more potent than real marijuana, study says

  • A Lengthy, Stable Marriage May Boost Stroke Survival
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Lifelong singles fared the worst, study finds

  • A Lengthy, Stable Marriage May Boost Stroke Survival
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Lifelong singles fared the worst, study finds

  • The Happy Get Lucky in Their Older Years
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Study of seniors links enjoyment of life to lower risk of death

  • The Happy Get Lucky in Their Older Years
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Study of seniors links enjoyment of life to lower risk of death

  • Women Denied an Abortion Endure Mental Health Toll: Study
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Finding conflicts with previous research that found abortion caused mental health problems

  • The Happy Get Lucky in Their Older Years
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Study of seniors links enjoyment of life to lower risk of death

  • 'Epilepsy Gene Network' Identified in Brain
    (14-Dec-2016)
    Preliminary discovery suggests new avenues for treatment, researcher says

  • Drug Use by U.S. Teens Drops to All-Time Low
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Use of tobacco and alcohol down significantly, too, federal report finds

  • Drug Use by U.S. Teens Drops to All-Time Low
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Use of tobacco and alcohol down significantly, too, federal report finds

  • Drug Use by U.S. Teens Drops to All-Time Low
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Use of tobacco and alcohol down significantly, too, federal report finds

  • Emergency Surgery Riskier for Kids in Poorer Countries
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Seven times more likely to die within 30 days of abdominal procedures for appendicitis, hernias, study finds

  • Where You Live May Determine How You Die
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Breaking down mortality data by county, most pressing local health problems were pinpointed, study finds

  • Drug Use by U.S. Teens Drops to All-Time Low
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Use of tobacco and alcohol down significantly, too, federal report finds

  • Where You Live May Determine How You Die
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Breaking down mortality data by county, most pressing local health problems were pinpointed, study finds

  • Drug Use by U.S. Teens Drops to All-Time Low
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Use of tobacco and alcohol down significantly, too, federal report finds

  • Where You Live May Determine How You Die
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Breaking down mortality data by county, most pressing local health problems were pinpointed, study finds

  • Where You Live May Determine How You Die
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Breaking down mortality data by county, most pressing local health problems were pinpointed, study finds

  • Immune-Focused Drug Shows Promise Against Lung Cancer
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Tecentriq extended survival by several months for patients with advanced disease, study found

  • Drug Use by U.S. Teens Drops to All-Time Low
    (13-Dec-2016)
    Use of tobacco and alcohol down significantly, too, federal report finds

  • 1 in 6 U.S. Adults Takes a Psychiatric Drug: Study
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Whether the medicines over-prescribed is up for debate, psychiatrists say

  • Anti-Tobacco Efforts Lead to 53 Million Fewer Smokers Worldwide
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Higher cigarette taxes seem to have the most impact, study estimates

  • Most Teen Smokers Also Turn to Alcohol, Drugs, Study Finds
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Use of multiple substances seems to be more common than thought

  • Most Teen Smokers Also Turn to Alcohol, Drugs, Study Finds
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Use of multiple substances seems to be more common than thought

  • Rural Hospitals See Surge in Opioid-Dependent Babies
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Cases have skyrocketed because of widespread maternal drug abuse, study says

  • Most Teen Smokers Also Turn to Alcohol, Drugs, Study Finds
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Use of multiple substances seems to be more common than thought

  • Loneliness May Sabotage Breast Cancer Survival: Study
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Weak social ties linked to higher risk of recurrence, early death, researchers report

  • Anti-Tobacco Efforts Lead to 53 Million Fewer Smokers Worldwide
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Higher cigarette taxes seem to have the most impact, study estimates

  • 1 in 6 U.S. Adults Takes a Psychiatric Drug: Study
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Whether the medicines over-prescribed is up for debate, psychiatrists say

  • How to Ease the Pain of Infant Vaccinations
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Three-pronged approach includes anesthetic cream, researchers say

  • Beta Blockers May Not Be Best Heart Drugs for Dementia Patients
    (12-Dec-2016)
    In this group, use of the meds after a heart attack compromised quality of life, study finds

  • Whether Statins Cut Alzheimer's Risk May Depend on Gender, Race
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Type of statin used also made a difference in study, but black men did not see any benefits

  • Anti-Tobacco Efforts Lead to 53 Million Fewer Smokers Worldwide
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Higher cigarette taxes seem to have the most impact, study estimates

  • Alcohol Can Be a Risky Guest at Holiday Parties
    (11-Dec-2016)
    Don't pressure people to drink and make sure those who are imbibing have a designated driver

  • Alcohol Can Be a Risky Guest at Holiday Parties
    (11-Dec-2016)
    Don't pressure people to drink and make sure those who are imbibing have a designated driver

  • Alcohol Can Be a Risky Guest at Holiday Parties
    (11-Dec-2016)
    Don't pressure people to drink and make sure those who are imbibing have a designated driver

  • Babies' Marijuana Exposure Evident in Their Pee
    (09-Dec-2016)
    Parents should reduce harmful secondhand smoke exposure, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Help Kids Develop Healthy Ambition
    (09-Dec-2016)
    Offer encouragement, but don't overdo it

  • For People With Mental Health Woes, Pets Can Be Invaluable
    (09-Dec-2016)
    6 out of 10 patients put furry or feathered friends at the top of their support list, study finds

  • Certain Breast Cancer Drugs Tied to Blood Vessel Damage
    (09-Dec-2016)
    But findings from small study are unlikely to change current practice, doctors say

  • Tamoxifen May Get Blamed for Unrelated Symptoms
    (09-Dec-2016)
    Perceived side effects might lead some to stop taking the breast cancer preventative, study finds

  • Drones a Safe Way to Transport Blood: Study
    (09-Dec-2016)
    Finding means they could be used to supply accident sites, natural disasters, rural areas

  • Optimism May Propel Women to a Longer Life
    (08-Dec-2016)
    Upbeat outlook linked to lower risk of dying from cancer, heart disease and other causes, study says

  • U.S. Surgeon General Calls for Crackdown on E-Cig Use in Teens
    (08-Dec-2016)
    900 percent increase in use among youth in past 5 years; concerns about nicotine, harmful vapors continue

  • Rising Price of Opioid OD Antidote Could Cost Lives: Study
    (08-Dec-2016)
    Investigators identify strategies for ensuring the drug's availability

  • Rising Price of Opioid OD Antidote Could Cost Lives: Study
    (08-Dec-2016)
    Investigators identify strategies for ensuring the drug's availability

  • Rising Price of Opioid OD Antidote Could Cost Lives: Study
    (08-Dec-2016)
    Investigators identify strategies for ensuring the drug's availability

  • U.S. Surgeon General Calls for Crackdown on E-Cig Use in Teens
    (08-Dec-2016)
    900 percent increase in use among youth in past 5 years; concerns about nicotine, harmful vapors continue

  • Turning to an Ancient Art to Help Ease PTSD in Veterans
    (08-Dec-2016)
    Small study suggests that Tai Chi could reduce symptoms, but a larger trial is needed

  • Optimism May Propel Women to a Longer Life
    (08-Dec-2016)
    Upbeat outlook linked to lower risk of dying from cancer, heart disease and other causes, study says

  • Yoga Called Good Medicine for High Blood Pressure
    (08-Dec-2016)
    People who added this practice to a healthy lifestyle saw their pressure levels drop, study found

  • Rising Price of Opioid OD Antidote Could Cost Lives: Study
    (08-Dec-2016)
    Investigators identify strategies for ensuring the drug's availability

  • U.S. Surgeon General Calls for Crackdown on E-Cig Use in Teens
    (08-Dec-2016)
    900 percent increase in use among youth in past 5 years; concerns about nicotine, harmful vapors continue

  • Excess Sweating Can Be a Drenching, Wrenching Burden
    (07-Dec-2016)
    People with hyperhidrosis seem to have higher rates of anxiety and depression, study finds

  • For Heart Attack Survivors, a Risk of Suicide?
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Study findings underscore importance of depression screening, researcher says

  • What's in Tobacco Smoke? Many Americans Don't Know
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Surveys show misunderstandings about safety of filters are also common

  • Heart Rate Change When Standing Up Might Predict Older Adult's Death Risk
    (07-Dec-2016)
    People with slower heart rate recovery had higher odds of dying within 4 years, study found

  • Excess Sweating Can Be a Drenching, Wrenching Burden
    (07-Dec-2016)
    People with hyperhidrosis seem to have higher rates of anxiety and depression, study finds

  • For Heart Attack Survivors, a Risk of Suicide?
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Study findings underscore importance of depression screening, researcher says

  • Tighter Gun Control Laws Linked to Fewer School Shootings in U.S.
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Study also found that states that spent more money on mental health care, education saw less violence

  • For Heart Attack Survivors, a Risk of Suicide?
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Study findings underscore importance of depression screening, researcher says

  • What's in Tobacco Smoke? Many Americans Don't Know
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Surveys show misunderstandings about safety of filters are also common

  • Excess Sweating Can Be a Drenching, Wrenching Burden
    (07-Dec-2016)
    People with hyperhidrosis seem to have higher rates of anxiety and depression, study finds

  • Tighter Gun Control Laws Linked to Fewer School Shootings in U.S.
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Study also found that states that spent more money on mental health care, education saw less violence

  • For Heart Attack Survivors, a Risk of Suicide?
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Study findings underscore importance of depression screening, researcher says

  • Therapeutic Vaccine Shows 'Game-Changing' Promise Against a Leukemia
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Made by combining immune cells, cancer cells, it's kept some study patients in remission for nearly 5 years

  • What's in Tobacco Smoke? Many Americans Don't Know
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Surveys show misunderstandings about safety of filters are also common

  • Medical School Can Be an Emotional Pressure-Cooker
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Yet many students fail to seek the help they need to deal with the stress, study finds

  • Are Catholic Women Less Likely to Breast-Feed?
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Study suggests that possibility, review authors say, but more research needed to confirm findings

  • Cigarettes Aren't Cool, California Teens Say
    (06-Dec-2016)
    But kids still don't see nicotine as addictive and may opt for e-cigarettes instead

  • Cigarettes Aren't Cool, California Teens Say
    (06-Dec-2016)
    But kids still don't see nicotine as addictive and may opt for e-cigarettes instead

  • Patient Safety May Drop During Doc Rotations
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Study suggests patient care info might not be relayed to new team, boosting risk of in-hospital death

  • Medical School Can Be an Emotional Pressure-Cooker
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Yet many students fail to seek the help they need to deal with the stress, study finds

  • Baby Boomers Going to Pot
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Americans 65-plus more than doubled their use of marijuana over 8 years, study finds

  • Baby Boomers Going to Pot
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Americans 65-plus more than doubled their use of marijuana over 8 years, study finds

  • Pubic Grooming Tied to Higher STD Rates
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Study finds unexpected risk comes from baring all

  • Are Catholic Women Less Likely to Breast-Feed?
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Study suggests that possibility, review authors say, but more research needed to confirm findings

  • Medical School Can Be an Emotional Pressure-Cooker
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Yet many students fail to seek the help they need to deal with the stress, study finds

  • Medical School Can Be an Emotional Pressure-Cooker
    (06-Dec-2016)
    Yet many students fail to seek the help they need to deal with the stress, study finds

  • Cigarettes Aren't Cool, California Teens Say
    (06-Dec-2016)
    But kids still don't see nicotine as addictive and may opt for e-cigarettes instead

  • Regular Drinkers, Irregular Heartbeat?
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Even moderate amounts of alcohol may contribute to atrial fibrillation, study suggests

  • Men More Likely to Use Marijuana Than Women, Study Finds
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Researchers suggest 2007 recession may have spurred rise in pot use among men with low incomes

  • Just 1 Cigarette a Day Can Be Deadly: Study
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Light smokers still faced an increased risk of early death

  • U.S. Doctors Still Over-Prescribing Drugs: Survey
    (05-Dec-2016)
    More than 1 in 4 say antibiotics are given when the drugs will likely do no good

  • Just 1 Cigarette a Day Can Be Deadly: Study
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Light smokers still faced an increased risk of early death

  • Just 1 Cigarette a Day Can Be Deadly: Study
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Light smokers still faced an increased risk of early death

  • Just 1 Cigarette a Day Can Be Deadly: Study
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Light smokers still faced an increased risk of early death

  • Men More Likely to Use Marijuana Than Women, Study Finds
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Researchers suggest 2007 recession may have spurred rise in pot use among men with low incomes

  • Just 1 Cigarette a Day Can Be Deadly: Study
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Light smokers still faced an increased risk of early death

  • Health Tip: Stop Grinding Your Teeth
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Here's what the habit can cause

  • Another Step Closer to Artificial Blood
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Synthetic product could save lives on battlefield and in remote areas, but much more study is needed

  • Attempted Suicide Rates in U.S. Remain Unchanged
    (04-Dec-2016)
    Men more often resorted to violent means, while women turned to poisoning, drowning, study finds

  • Attempted Suicide Rates in U.S. Remain Unchanged
    (04-Dec-2016)
    Men more often resorted to violent means, while women turned to poisoning, drowning, study finds

  • Attempted Suicide Rates in U.S. Remain Unchanged
    (04-Dec-2016)
    Men more often resorted to violent means, while women turned to poisoning, drowning, study finds

  • 24-Hour Shifts Can Play Havoc With the Heart
    (02-Dec-2016)
    Small study found lack of sleep affected blood pressure, heart rate in healthy volunteers

  • 2 Out of 3 Depressed Teens Gain Lasting Benefits From Therapy
    (02-Dec-2016)
    Early treatment of depression may lower risk of future episodes of mood disorder, study finds

  • 2 Out of 3 Depressed Teens Gain Lasting Benefits From Therapy
    (02-Dec-2016)
    Early treatment of depression may lower risk of future episodes of mood disorder, study finds

  • 'Halo' Effect Common After Lasik Eye Surgery
    (02-Dec-2016)
    But post-op problems typically clear up over time, specialist says

  • Specially Designed Video Game Might Ease 'Phantom Limb' Pain
    (02-Dec-2016)
    Study finds exercising virtual limb cut pain by as much as half

  • Could White Wine Boost Your Melanoma Risk?
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Large study ties a daily glass to a slightly elevated rate of the deadly skin cancer

  • Demi Lovato Wants to Change the Face of Mental Illness
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Pop star's own battle with bipolar disorder helped to inspire new photo campaign that seeks to alter stereotypes

  • 'Magic Mushroom' Chemical Eases Cancer Patients' Despair
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Hallucinogenic drug psilocybin relieved depression, anxiety quickly and lasted for months, studies found

  • Could White Wine Boost Your Melanoma Risk?
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Large study ties a daily glass to a slightly elevated rate of the deadly skin cancer

  • Demi Lovato Wants to Change the Face of Mental Illness
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Pop star's own battle with bipolar disorder helped to inspire new photo campaign that seeks to alter stereotypes

  • Demi Lovato Wants to Change the Face of Mental Illness
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Pop star's own battle with bipolar disorder helped to inspire new photo campaign that seeks to alter stereotypes

  • 'Magic Mushroom' Chemical Eases Cancer Patients' Despair
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Hallucinogenic drug psilocybin relieved depression, anxiety quickly and lasted for months, studies found

  • 'Magic Mushroom' Chemical Eases Cancer Patients' Despair
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Hallucinogenic drug psilocybin relieved depression, anxiety quickly and lasted for months, studies found

  • Demi Lovato Wants to Change the Face of Mental Illness
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Pop star's own battle with bipolar disorder helped to inspire new photo campaign that seeks to alter stereotypes

  • 'Magic Mushroom' Chemical Eases Cancer Patients' Despair
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Hallucinogenic drug psilocybin relieved depression, anxiety quickly and lasted for months, studies found

  • Testosterone Therapy May Be Linked to Serious Blood Clots
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Risk peaks in the first 6 months of hormone treatment, but overall odds are low, study finds

  • 'Magic Mushroom' Chemical Eases Cancer Patients' Despair
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Hallucinogenic drug psilocybin relieved depression, anxiety quickly and lasted for months, studies found

  • Scientists Spot 'Teetotaler' Gene
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Discovery might one day lead to drugs to control excessive alcohol consumption, researchers say

  • Scientists Spot 'Teetotaler' Gene
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Discovery might one day lead to drugs to control excessive alcohol consumption, researchers say

  • Web-Based Help for Insomnia Shows Promise
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Interactive program aims to build better sleep habits, researchers say

  • Smoking Raises Heart Attack Risk 8-Fold in People Under 50
    (30-Nov-2016)
    At all ages, the habit boosted odds for heart trouble, but younger people fared the worst, study found

  • It's Never Too Late to Stop Smoking
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Even quitting in your 60s can add years to your life, researchers find

  • It's Never Too Late to Stop Smoking
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Even quitting in your 60s can add years to your life, researchers find

  • Use of Needle Exchange Programs Up Dramatically in 10 Years: CDC
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Yet, many drug users still share needles sometimes, report finds

  • Use of Needle Exchange Programs Up Dramatically in 10 Years: CDC
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Yet, many drug users still share needles sometimes, report finds

  • Use of Needle Exchange Programs Up Dramatically in 10 Years: CDC
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Yet, many drug users still share needles sometimes, report finds

  • Use of Needle Exchange Programs Up Dramatically in 10 Years: CDC
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Yet, many drug users still share needles sometimes, report finds

  • Smoking Raises Heart Attack Risk 8-Fold in People Under 50
    (30-Nov-2016)
    At all ages, the habit boosted odds for heart trouble, but younger people fared the worst, study found

  • It's Never Too Late to Stop Smoking
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Even quitting in your 60s can add years to your life, researchers find

  • U.S. to Ban Smoking in Public Housing
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Agencies have 18 months to implement smoke-free policies

  • Americans' Cholesterol Levels Keep Falling
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Eliminating trans fats from the U.S. diet may be one factor in this healthy trend, CDC researchers say

  • Web-Based Help for Insomnia Shows Promise
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Interactive program aims to build better sleep habits, researchers say

  • Smoking Raises Heart Attack Risk 8-Fold in People Under 50
    (30-Nov-2016)
    At all ages, the habit boosted odds for heart trouble, but younger people fared the worst, study found

  • It's Never Too Late to Stop Smoking
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Even quitting in your 60s can add years to your life, researchers find

  • U.S. to Ban Smoking in Public Housing
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Agencies have 18 months to implement smoke-free policies

  • Does a Little Daily Drinking Really Help the Heart?
    (29-Nov-2016)
    Study found no evidence that moderate intake keeps arteries clear

  • Fast-Food Calorie Labeling Not Working, Study Finds
    (29-Nov-2016)
    More visible signage could tip scales toward healthier eating

  • Doctors Should Counsel Even Low-Risk Patients on Heart Health
    (29-Nov-2016)
    U.S. government panel says advice on healthy eating and physical activity likely benefits all

  • Does a Little Daily Drinking Really Help the Heart?
    (29-Nov-2016)
    Study found no evidence that moderate intake keeps arteries clear

  • Scans Show Changes in Some Soldiers With Mild Brain Injuries
    (29-Nov-2016)
    Depressed patients had disrupted connections between areas of thinking, emotional control

  • Fast-Food Calorie Labeling Not Working, Study Finds
    (29-Nov-2016)
    More visible signage could tip scales toward healthier eating

  • Spiritual Experiences Seem to Trigger the Brain's Reward System
    (29-Nov-2016)
    Many study participants were tearful by the end of imaging scans

  • Doctors Should Counsel Even Low-Risk Patients on Heart Health
    (29-Nov-2016)
    U.S. government panel says advice on healthy eating and physical activity likely benefits all

  • ATV Accidents Can Cause Serious Chest Injuries in Kids
    (29-Nov-2016)
    Rollovers and heavier vehicles are some likely reasons why, study shows

  • Pediatricians Can Help When Parents Divorce: Report
    (28-Nov-2016)
    More than 1 million kids a year affected in the U.S., and doctors can ease the transition, group says

  • Pediatricians Can Help When Parents Divorce: Report
    (28-Nov-2016)
    More than 1 million kids a year affected in the U.S., and doctors can ease the transition, group says

  • Pediatricians Can Help When Parents Divorce: Report
    (28-Nov-2016)
    More than 1 million kids a year affected in the U.S., and doctors can ease the transition, group says

  • Pediatricians Can Help When Parents Divorce: Report
    (28-Nov-2016)
    More than 1 million kids a year affected in the U.S., and doctors can ease the transition, group says

  • Pediatricians Can Help When Parents Divorce: Report
    (28-Nov-2016)
    More than 1 million kids a year affected in the U.S., and doctors can ease the transition, group says

  • Researchers Explore Way to Detect Brain Injury in NFL Players
    (28-Nov-2016)
    The goal: to spot early signs of concussion-related head trauma

  • Rural Appalachia Faces Growing Cancer Crisis, Research Shows
    (25-Nov-2016)
    It's the only region in the U.S. that hasn't made big progress in fighting the disease

  • Rural Appalachia Faces Growing Cancer Crisis, Research Shows
    (25-Nov-2016)
    It's the only region in the U.S. that hasn't made big progress in fighting the disease

  • A Little Alcohol Each Day May Cut Your Risk of Stroke
    (24-Nov-2016)
    But drinking doesn't curb risk of every kind of stroke, and heavy drinking increases the danger, study finds

  • A Little Alcohol Each Day May Cut Your Risk of Stroke
    (24-Nov-2016)
    But drinking doesn't curb risk of every kind of stroke, and heavy drinking increases the danger, study finds

  • Are Your Kids Thankful?
    (24-Nov-2016)
    These tips from a child development expert will help you foster an everyday attitude of gratitude in your children

  • A Little Alcohol Each Day May Cut Your Risk of Stroke
    (24-Nov-2016)
    But drinking doesn't curb risk of every kind of stroke, and heavy drinking increases the danger, study finds

  • 1 in 7 Young Teens Is a Stalking Victim: Survey
    (23-Nov-2016)
    They're at higher risk of substance abuse and depression, researchers say

  • Survival Tips for Holiday Road Trips
    (23-Nov-2016)
    Staying calm and being prepared can help you reach your destination safely

  • 'Enthusiastic' Dads May Mean Less Troubled Kids: Study
    (23-Nov-2016)
    A man's enjoyment, confidence in his role as father seemed even more important than time spent

  • 1 in 7 Young Teens Is a Stalking Victim: Survey
    (23-Nov-2016)
    They're at higher risk of substance abuse and depression, researchers say

  • U.S. Kids Are Eating Healthier Now, But . . .
    (23-Nov-2016)
    Their salt intake has risen and veggies are still shunned, study finds

  • 1 in 7 Young Teens Is a Stalking Victim: Survey
    (23-Nov-2016)
    They're at higher risk of substance abuse and depression, researchers say

  • Your Recipe for a Healthy, Delicious Holiday Season
    (23-Nov-2016)
    Fruits, veggies and sensible portions are keys, experts say

  • 'Enthusiastic' Dads May Mean Less Troubled Kids: Study
    (23-Nov-2016)
    A man's enjoyment, confidence in his role as father seemed even more important than time spent

  • 1 in 7 Young Teens Is a Stalking Victim: Survey
    (23-Nov-2016)
    They're at higher risk of substance abuse and depression, researchers say

  • Keep Kids in Mind When Politics Intrude at Thanksgiving
    (23-Nov-2016)
    Heated political discussions can frighten children, psychiatrists warn

  • Smoking Plus Diabetes a Very Deadly Mix
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Chances of an early death double if smoker also has the blood sugar disease, study finds

  • Tobacco Flavors Draw in Young Folks
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Products that taste like cherry or candy seen as less harmful, review finds

  • Smoking Plus Diabetes a Very Deadly Mix
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Chances of an early death double if smoker also has the blood sugar disease, study finds

  • Tobacco Flavors Draw in Young Folks
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Products that taste like cherry or candy seen as less harmful, review finds

  • Smoking Plus Diabetes a Very Deadly Mix
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Chances of an early death double if smoker also has the blood sugar disease, study finds

  • Palliative Care Raises Quality of Life, But Doesn't Extend It
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Researchers find value for extremely ill patients and their caregivers, but add that it doesn't affect survival

  • U.S. Death Toll From Infectious Diseases Unchanged: Study
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Although new threats have emerged, the number of people dying from infections has stayed relatively stable

  • A Benefit of Back Pain Surgery: Better Sex
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Operation often leads to more comfortable lovemaking, study finds

  • Smoking Plus Diabetes a Very Deadly Mix
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Chances of an early death double if smoker also has the blood sugar disease, study finds

  • Violent Media Often Give Rise to Nightmares
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Research also found viewing sexual content can lead to erotic dreams, but not as often

  • Palliative Care Raises Quality of Life, But Doesn't Extend It
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Researchers find value for extremely ill patients and their caregivers, but add that it doesn't affect survival

  • Smoking Plus Diabetes a Very Deadly Mix
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Chances of an early death double if smoker also has the blood sugar disease, study finds

  • Tobacco Flavors Draw in Young Folks
    (22-Nov-2016)
    Products that taste like cherry or candy seen as less harmful, review finds

  • Sexism Could Harm Men's Health: Study
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Playboy attitudes and power over women linked to higher risk of mental health woes

  • Teen 'Choking Game' Played Solo Points to Suicide Risks
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Kids who tried this game alone were almost 5 times more likely to think of killing themselves, study finds

  • Gender Gap in Life Expectancy Persists
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Genetics and riskier behaviors may help explain the difference, researchers say

  • Sexism Could Harm Men's Health: Study
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Playboy attitudes and power over women linked to higher risk of mental health woes

  • Sexism Could Harm Men's Health: Study
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Playboy attitudes and power over women linked to higher risk of mental health woes

  • Teen 'Choking Game' Played Solo Points to Suicide Risks
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Kids who tried this game alone were almost 5 times more likely to think of killing themselves, study finds

  • Sexism Could Harm Men's Health: Study
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Playboy attitudes and power over women linked to higher risk of mental health woes

  • Sexism Could Harm Men's Health: Study
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Playboy attitudes and power over women linked to higher risk of mental health woes

  • Teen 'Choking Game' Played Solo Points to Suicide Risks
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Kids who tried this game alone were almost 5 times more likely to think of killing themselves, study finds

  • Bonus From Your Blood Pressure Med: Fewer Fractures?
    (21-Nov-2016)
    In study, a certain class of medications was tied to more resilient bones for older patients

  • Fewer Americans Suffering From Dementia, Study Finds
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Rates have dropped over last decade, and better education might be one reason why

  • Can Occupational Therapy Slow Alzheimer's Decline?
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Patients, caregivers may reap some benefits, but study sees no effect on everyday functioning

  • Choose the Healthy Foods Options This Holiday Season
    (20-Nov-2016)
    Display healthy foods and keep unhealthy ones out of sight, nutritionist advises

  • Lifestyle, Stress May Play Role in Heart Rhythm Disorder
    (19-Nov-2016)
    Adopting healthy behaviors might lower risk of atrial fibrillation, study suggests

  • Neighborhoods May Be Key to Teens' Mental Well-Being
    (18-Nov-2016)
    When neighbors look out for others' kids, children have better emotional health, study finds

  • Neighborhoods May Be Key to Teens' Mental Well-Being
    (18-Nov-2016)
    When neighbors look out for others' kids, children have better emotional health, study finds

  • Depressed Women Less Likely to Get Best Breast Cancer Care: Study
    (18-Nov-2016)
    Researchers aren't sure why, but urge doctors to monitor these patients carefully

  • Neighborhoods May Be Key to Teens' Mental Well-Being
    (18-Nov-2016)
    When neighbors look out for others' kids, children have better emotional health, study finds

  • Depressed Women Less Likely to Get Best Breast Cancer Care: Study
    (18-Nov-2016)
    Researchers aren't sure why, but urge doctors to monitor these patients carefully

  • Depressed Women Less Likely to Get Best Breast Cancer Care: Study
    (18-Nov-2016)
    Researchers aren't sure why, but urge doctors to monitor these patients carefully

  • U.S. Surgeon General Declares War on Addiction
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Report calls for proven medical treatments and compassion to combat the national crisis

  • U.S. Surgeon General Declares War on Addiction
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Report calls for proven medical treatments and compassion to combat the national crisis

  • 'Yo-Yo Dieting' Hard on Older Women's Hearts: Study
    (17-Nov-2016)
    But at least one nutrition expert says it's too soon to draw conclusions

  • Low Blood Sugar Linked to Death Risk for Hospital Patients
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Association was seen even if patient did not have diabetes

  • Pessimism May Take Unwelcome Toll on the Heart
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Study suggests that glum folks have higher risk of death from cardiovascular disease

  • CDC Reveals Top 5 Causes of Death
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Good news is that many can be prevented

  • Pessimism May Take Unwelcome Toll on the Heart
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Study suggests that glum folks have higher risk of death from cardiovascular disease

  • Pessimism May Take Unwelcome Toll on the Heart
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Study suggests that glum folks have higher risk of death from cardiovascular disease

  • Kids Can Beat 'Complex' Pneumonia Without IV Antibiotics: Study
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Drugs taken by mouth were just as effective for children after hospital discharge

  • More U.S. Kids Getting Drug-Resistant Infections
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Finding highlights growing problem of antibiotic resistance

  • U.S. Surgeon General Declares War on Addiction
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Report calls for proven medical treatments and compassion to combat the national crisis

  • CDC Reveals Top 5 Causes of Death
    (17-Nov-2016)
    Good news is that many can be prevented

  • Alcohol May Fuel Prostate Cancer Risk
    (16-Nov-2016)
    The more men drank, the stronger the association, study found

  • Alcohol May Fuel Prostate Cancer Risk
    (16-Nov-2016)
    The more men drank, the stronger the association, study found

  • Health Tip: Thinking About Psychological Therapy?
    (16-Nov-2016)
    Issues that may be brought up

  • High Blood Pressure Rates Have Doubled Worldwide Since 1975
    (16-Nov-2016)
    Most of the burden lies in poorer nations and not the U.S. and other wealthy countries, study finds

  • Guidelines May Have Helped Curb ADHD Diagnoses in Preschoolers
    (15-Nov-2016)
    Still, too few with disorder receive behavior therapy, child psychologist says

  • Stressed Childhood Might Raise Risk for High Blood Pressure Later
    (15-Nov-2016)
    And second study found link to family history

  • Prices of Generic Heart Failure Drugs Vary Widely
    (15-Nov-2016)
    Patients can spend from $12 to $400 a month to fill common prescriptions, study reveals

  • Guidelines May Have Helped Curb ADHD Diagnoses in Preschoolers
    (15-Nov-2016)
    Still, too few with disorder receive behavior therapy, child psychologist says

  • Heart Failure Hospitalizations on the Rise in U.S.
    (15-Nov-2016)
    But the length of stay is getting shorter and survival rates are going up, study finds

  • Coming Soon: Lower Cholesterol From a Twice-a-Year Shot?
    (15-Nov-2016)
    Injectable drugs could provide major advance in heart-disease prevention, researchers say

  • Fewer American Parents Are Spanking Their Kids
    (14-Nov-2016)
    More are relying on timeouts to discipline children, study shows

  • Most Elderly Smokers Don't Use Anti-Smoking Meds After Heart Attack
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Some may need convincing of value of giving up the habit, one geriatrician said

  • Sharp Drop in Blood Pressure After Rx May Be Risky for Some Heart Patients
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Early study suggests potential downside, but more research is needed, experts say

  • Marijuana Use Tied to Rare, Temporary Heart Malfunction
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Study found risk doubled among young users, but cause-and-effect not proven

  • West Nile's Long-Term Death Toll May Be Higher Than Thought
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Texas study estimates mortality rate from the mosquito-borne disease at 13 percent

  • Depression on the Rise Among U.S. Teens, Especially Girls
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Report authors point to cyberbullying, social media use as possible causes, but say that hasn't been proven

  • Fewer American Parents Are Spanking Their Kids
    (14-Nov-2016)
    More are relying on timeouts to discipline children, study shows

  • Depression on the Rise Among U.S. Teens, Especially Girls
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Report authors point to cyberbullying, social media use as possible causes, but say that hasn't been proven

  • Heavy Smoking May Boost Blacks' Diabetes Risk
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Study found bigger threat for those with more than pack-a-day habit

  • Most Elderly Smokers Don't Use Anti-Smoking Meds After Heart Attack
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Some may need convincing of value of giving up the habit, one geriatrician said

  • DNA Isn't Destiny: Healthy Living Can Overcome Genes Linked to Heart Disease
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Study found exercise, healthy diet could lower odds for heart attack even in those at high genetic risk

  • Depression on the Rise Among U.S. Teens, Especially Girls
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Report authors point to cyberbullying, social media use as possible causes, but say that hasn't been proven

  • Device Plus 'Aggressive' Drug Strategy May Curb Severe Heart Failure
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Small study suggests real improvement for some patients, but more follow-up research is needed

  • Most Elderly Smokers Don't Use Anti-Smoking Meds After Heart Attack
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Some may need convincing of value of giving up the habit, one geriatrician said

  • Sharp Drop in Blood Pressure After Rx May Be Risky for Some Heart Patients
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Early study suggests potential downside, but more research is needed, experts say

  • U.S. Heart Disease Rates Fell 20 Percent Since 1980s: Study
    (14-Nov-2016)
    Researchers chalk it up to better meds, prevention efforts

  • Abdominal Aneurysm Risk Drops When Smokers Quit
    (11-Nov-2016)
    And the longer it is since you had a cigarette, the lower your odds of trouble, study suggests

  • Kids React Differently When a Beloved Pet Dies
    (11-Nov-2016)
    Some want a new animal right away, while others feel they need to honor the memory

  • Abdominal Aneurysm Risk Drops When Smokers Quit
    (11-Nov-2016)
    And the longer it is since you had a cigarette, the lower your odds of trouble, study suggests

  • Kids React Differently When a Beloved Pet Dies
    (11-Nov-2016)
    Some want a new animal right away, while others feel they need to honor the memory

  • PTSD May Affect Boys, Girls Differently, Brain Scans Show
    (11-Nov-2016)
    Changes in brain regions seemed to differ by gender, researchers say

  • Abdominal Aneurysm Risk Drops When Smokers Quit
    (11-Nov-2016)
    And the longer it is since you had a cigarette, the lower your odds of trouble, study suggests

  • PTSD May Affect Boys, Girls Differently, Brain Scans Show
    (11-Nov-2016)
    Changes in brain regions seemed to differ by gender, researchers say

  • Fewer in U.S. Smoke, But Smoking's Death Toll Continues
    (10-Nov-2016)
    Only 15 percent of Americans engage in the habit, according to latest CDC numbers

  • Can a Community's 'Well-Being' Help You Live Longer?
    (10-Nov-2016)
    Study found people in more contented U.S. counties lived an extra two years or more

  • Blood Test May Spot Babies at Risk for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
    (09-Nov-2016)
    Study singled out infants who showed physical, mental signs of exposure

  • Blood Test May Spot Babies at Risk for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
    (09-Nov-2016)
    Study singled out infants who showed physical, mental signs of exposure

  • Smartphones May Hinder a Good Night's Sleep
    (09-Nov-2016)
    Study suggests a link between the devices and troubled slumber

  • Gene May Have Helped Humans Evolve Beyond Other Animals: Study
    (09-Nov-2016)
    Osteocrin is active in brains of humans and primates, Harvard researchers report

  • Smartphones May Hinder a Good Night's Sleep
    (09-Nov-2016)
    Study suggests a link between the devices and troubled slumber

  • New Spine Stimulation Device Provides Pain Relief
    (09-Nov-2016)
    High-frequency therapy helps block pain signals better than low-frequency treatments, study finds

  • Intense Chemo Offers Little Benefit for Early Breast Cancer: Study
    (09-Nov-2016)
    U.S. cancer expert still sees role for the approach in certain patients

  • E-Cigs Tied to More Frequent, Heavier Teen Tobacco Use
    (08-Nov-2016)
    But vaping group contends the electronic devices lower smoking rates

  • Self-Harm a Cause of Death During Pregnancy and for New Moms
    (08-Nov-2016)
    Suicide, overdoses are occurring when expecting and in first year of motherhood; depression a likely factor, study finds

  • Self-Harm a Cause of Death During Pregnancy and for New Moms
    (08-Nov-2016)
    Suicide, overdoses are occurring when expecting and in first year of motherhood; depression a likely factor, study finds

  • Parents Often Miss Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Kids
    (08-Nov-2016)
    Signs may include nightmares, avoiding reminders of the trauma, feeling unsafe, researchers find

  • Self-Harm a Cause of Death During Pregnancy and for New Moms
    (08-Nov-2016)
    Suicide, overdoses are occurring when expecting and in first year of motherhood; depression a likely factor, study finds

  • Self-Harm a Cause of Death During Pregnancy and for New Moms
    (08-Nov-2016)
    Suicide, overdoses are occurring when expecting and in first year of motherhood; depression a likely factor, study finds

  • E-Cigs Tied to More Frequent, Heavier Teen Tobacco Use
    (08-Nov-2016)
    But vaping group contends the electronic devices lower smoking rates

  • Parents Often Miss Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Kids
    (08-Nov-2016)
    Signs may include nightmares, avoiding reminders of the trauma, feeling unsafe, researchers find

  • Childhood Cancer Survivors Living Longer But Not Always Better
    (07-Nov-2016)
    Those treated in 1990s more likely to report pain and poor health as adults, researchers say

  • Flavored E-Cigarettes May Entice Teens to Smoke: Study
    (07-Nov-2016)
    Nearly 2 of 3 young people using e-cigs load them with flavors such as bubble gum or gummy bear

  • Those Low on 'Love Hormone' May Have Less Empathy: Study
    (07-Nov-2016)
    Medical conditions can affect ocytocin levels

  • Flavored E-Cigarettes May Entice Teens to Smoke: Study
    (07-Nov-2016)
    Nearly 2 of 3 young people using e-cigs load them with flavors such as bubble gum or gummy bear

  • Second Opinions Don't Seem to Sway Prostate Cancer Patients
    (07-Nov-2016)
    Most choose treatment they originally planned to follow, study finds

  • Flavored E-Cigarettes May Entice Teens to Smoke: Study
    (07-Nov-2016)
    Nearly 2 of 3 young people using e-cigs load them with flavors such as bubble gum or gummy bear

  • Few States Have Plans for Kids Returning to Class After Concussion
    (07-Nov-2016)
    Students need an appropriate return to mental work, doctors say

  • Sunday's Time Change a Mixed Bag
    (06-Nov-2016)
    Some welcomed extra hour of sleep, but others will struggle with depression during winter months

  • Sunday's Time Change a Mixed Bag
    (06-Nov-2016)
    Some welcomed extra hour of sleep, but others will struggle with depression during winter months

  • Hypochondriacs May Worry Themselves Into Heart Trouble
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Anxiety about health can boost the chances for heart disease, study suggests

  • Hypochondriacs May Worry Themselves Into Heart Trouble
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Anxiety about health can boost the chances for heart disease, study suggests

  • Balloon-in-a-Pill Helped Obese Patients Lose Weight
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Curbing appetite by making patients feel full could jumpstart a weight-loss program, researcher says

  • Soft Drink Suppliers Try to Blunt the Blow of Soda Taxes
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Distributors absorbed some of the extra cost, researchers say

  • Smoking Wreaks Genetic Havoc on Lungs, Study Warns
    (04-Nov-2016)
    For every year of smoking a pack daily, there were 150 more mutations found in each lung cell

  • Hypochondriacs May Worry Themselves Into Heart Trouble
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Anxiety about health can boost the chances for heart disease, study suggests

  • Smoking Wreaks Genetic Havoc on Lungs, Study Warns
    (04-Nov-2016)
    For every year of smoking a pack daily, there were 150 more mutations found in each lung cell

  • More Than Half of Americans Have Chronic Health Problem: Study
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Medical conditions, mental illness and substance abuse problems often overlap, researchers say

  • Got a Moody Teen? Lack of Sleep May Not Be the Culprit
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Rather, adolescents' nocturnal tendencies a mismatch for early school start times, sleep specialist says

  • Graphic Cigarette Pack Labels May Cut U.S. Smoking Deaths
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Researchers predict well over half a million lives would be saved over 50 years

  • Graphic Cigarette Pack Labels May Cut U.S. Smoking Deaths
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Researchers predict well over half a million lives would be saved over 50 years

  • More Than Half of Americans Have Chronic Health Problem: Study
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Medical conditions, mental illness and substance abuse problems often overlap, researchers say

  • More Than Half of Americans Have Chronic Health Problem: Study
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Medical conditions, mental illness and substance abuse problems often overlap, researchers say

  • More Than Half of Americans Have Chronic Health Problem: Study
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Medical conditions, mental illness and substance abuse problems often overlap, researchers say

  • More Than Half of Americans Have Chronic Health Problem: Study
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Medical conditions, mental illness and substance abuse problems often overlap, researchers say

  • Graphic Cigarette Pack Labels May Cut U.S. Smoking Deaths
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Researchers predict well over half a million lives would be saved over 50 years

  • Graphic Cigarette Pack Labels May Cut U.S. Smoking Deaths
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Researchers predict well over half a million lives would be saved over 50 years

  • Paintball Causes Many Vision-Robbing Eye Injuries
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Basketball, baseball and cycling accidents threaten eyes in other ways, study finds

  • More Years Playing Football, Greater Risk of Brain Disease: Study
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Researchers track link between concussion-related inflammation and degenerative CTE

  • Heavy Drinking While Young May Mean Hefty Health Tab Later
    (02-Nov-2016)
    Study suggests alcohol might harm brain, body even if one stops abusing by age 30

  • Could Loneliness Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer's?
    (02-Nov-2016)
    People with 'biomarkers' for the brain disease were more likely to feel socially detached, study finds

  • Heavy Drinking While Young May Mean Hefty Health Tab Later
    (02-Nov-2016)
    Study suggests alcohol might harm brain, body even if one stops abusing by age 30

  • Menopause and a Decline in Intimacy
    (02-Nov-2016)
    Researchers identify timing, but it can vary by race and ethnicity

  • Could Loneliness Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer's?
    (02-Nov-2016)
    People with 'biomarkers' for the brain disease were more likely to feel socially detached, study finds

  • DNA May Influence Your Reproductive Decisions
    (01-Nov-2016)
    Age of first childbirth involves more than just personal choice, study suggests

  • Stressed-Out Mate Bad for Your Weight
    (01-Nov-2016)
    Spouse's chronic stress takes a toll on partner's health, study suggests

  • Psychiatric Drugs May Reduce Ex-Prisoners' Violent Crime Rate
    (01-Nov-2016)
    Medications used to treat addiction cut risk in half, study says

  • Stressed-Out Mate Bad for Your Weight
    (01-Nov-2016)
    Spouse's chronic stress takes a toll on partner's health, study suggests

  • Gene Test May ID Chemo Patients at Risk of Clots: Study
    (01-Nov-2016)
    Venous thromboembolism is a serious complication of cancer treatment

  • Nearly Two-Thirds of E-Cigarette Users Also Smoke: CDC
    (31-Oct-2016)
    Survey also found 40 percent of young people using the devices were never smokers

  • 1 in 4 Seniors Doesn't Discuss End-of-Life Care
    (31-Oct-2016)
    Finding suggests efforts to encourage more planning aren't working, researcher says

  • Can Facebook Friend Requests Predict Longevity?
    (31-Oct-2016)
    Those most sought after as a connection on the social media site tended to live longer, study suggests

  • Can Facebook Friend Requests Predict Longevity?
    (31-Oct-2016)
    Those most sought after as a connection on the social media site tended to live longer, study suggests

  • Nearly Two-Thirds of E-Cigarette Users Also Smoke: CDC
    (31-Oct-2016)
    Survey also found 40 percent of young people using the devices were never smokers

  • Alcohol, Drugs a Poor Halloween Mix
    (29-Oct-2016)
    When you're under the influence, carving pumpkins and other holiday fun can lead to injury, doctor warns

  • Alcohol, Drugs a Poor Halloween Mix
    (29-Oct-2016)
    When you're under the influence, carving pumpkins and other holiday fun can lead to injury, doctor warns

  • Stressful Jobs With Little Control/Shorter Life Spans?
    (28-Oct-2016)
    Workers with more say in their jobs had better chance of living longer, study finds

  • Stressful Jobs With Little Control/Shorter Life Spans?
    (28-Oct-2016)
    Workers with more say in their jobs had better chance of living longer, study finds

  • Stressful Jobs With Little Control/Shorter Life Spans?
    (28-Oct-2016)
    Workers with more say in their jobs had better chance of living longer, study finds

  • More American Adults Think E-Cigs as Harmful as Cigarettes: Survey
    (27-Oct-2016)
    But researchers note they can help smokers quit even if they're not risk-free

  • More American Adults Think E-Cigs as Harmful as Cigarettes: Survey
    (27-Oct-2016)
    But researchers note they can help smokers quit even if they're not risk-free

  • More American Adults Think E-Cigs as Harmful as Cigarettes: Survey
    (27-Oct-2016)
    But researchers note they can help smokers quit even if they're not risk-free

  • HIV May Hide in Tissues, Even After Treatment
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Study suggests this hidden virus might spur other conditions in patients

  • Can Teens' Heart Rate, Blood Pressure Show Ties to Mental Ills?
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Indicators of schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety might be spotted in physical at 18

  • High Rate of Antidepressant Use After Cancer
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Nearly 1 in 5 survivors taking medication for depression or anxiety years later

  • Less Labor Pain, Lower Postpartum Depression Risk?
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Reduced inflammation one possible reason for the association, researcher says

  • High Rate of Antidepressant Use After Cancer
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Nearly 1 in 5 survivors taking medication for depression or anxiety years later

  • FDA Warns of Dangers From Testosterone Supplements
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Many American men take them, but heart and psychological issues can occur, agency says

  • Can Teens' Heart Rate, Blood Pressure Show Ties to Mental Ills?
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Indicators of schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety might be spotted in physical at 18

  • On-the-Job Rudeness Spreads Easily
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Bad behavior and disrespect can take a toll on companies' bottom line, researchers say

  • Parent-Led Autism Therapy Shows Lasting Benefits
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Early intervention reduced symptom severity years later, study finds

  • Can Teens' Heart Rate, Blood Pressure Show Ties to Mental Ills?
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Indicators of schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety might be spotted in physical at 18

  • Women Reaching Equality in Dubious Habit: Drinking
    (25-Oct-2016)
    Females also closing the gender gap on health problems from alcohol consumption

  • Women Reaching Equality in Dubious Habit: Drinking
    (25-Oct-2016)
    Females also closing the gender gap on health problems from alcohol consumption

  • Surfing Through Selfies Tied to Low Self-Esteem?
    (25-Oct-2016)
    Online survey also found those who checked out posted photos of others a lot had lower life satisfaction

  • Medical Marijuana Not a Lure for Kids: Study
    (25-Oct-2016)
    Found no change in pot use among children, but that wasn't the case for people older than 25

  • 3 in 4 Teens Think E-Cigarettes Safer Than Tobacco: Survey
    (25-Oct-2016)
    But devices deliver as much, if not more, nicotine than cigarettes, smoking experts say

  • 3 in 4 Teens Think E-Cigarettes Safer Than Tobacco: Survey
    (25-Oct-2016)
    But devices deliver as much, if not more, nicotine than cigarettes, smoking experts say

  • 3 in 4 Teens Think E-Cigarettes Safer Than Tobacco: Survey
    (25-Oct-2016)
    But devices deliver as much, if not more, nicotine than cigarettes, smoking experts say

  • Surfing Through Selfies Tied to Low Self-Esteem?
    (25-Oct-2016)
    Online survey also found those who checked out posted photos of others a lot had lower life satisfaction

  • 3 in 4 Teens Think E-Cigarettes Safer Than Tobacco: Survey
    (25-Oct-2016)
    But devices deliver as much, if not more, nicotine than cigarettes, smoking experts say

  • Many Take Opioids Reluctantly for Back Pain: Survey
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Patients worried about the potentially addictive painkillers; say they only provide limited relief

  • Smoking Still Takes Big Toll in U.S. Cancer Deaths
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Habit is linked to close to one-third of fatal cancers in people 35 and older, study finds

  • Many Teens Light Up to Lose Weight, Study Suggests
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Researchers offer new ways to discourage smoking among adolescents

  • Smoking Still Takes Big Toll in U.S. Cancer Deaths
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Habit is linked to close to one-third of fatal cancers in people 35 and older, study finds

  • Smoking Still Takes Big Toll in U.S. Cancer Deaths
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Habit is linked to close to one-third of fatal cancers in people 35 and older, study finds

  • Many Teens Light Up to Lose Weight, Study Suggests
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Researchers offer new ways to discourage smoking among adolescents

  • Smoking Still Takes Big Toll in U.S. Cancer Deaths
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Habit is linked to close to one-third of fatal cancers in people 35 and older, study finds

  • Smoking Still Takes Big Toll in U.S. Cancer Deaths
    (24-Oct-2016)
    Habit is linked to close to one-third of fatal cancers in people 35 and older, study finds

  • United States Ranks in Top 10 for Empathy
    (23-Oct-2016)
    But, study author says social media, parenting practices and bullying may one day lower America's compassion score

  • United States Ranks in Top 10 for Empathy
    (23-Oct-2016)
    But, study author says social media, parenting practices and bullying may one day lower America's compassion score

  • Saturday, Oct. 22 Is Drug Take Back Day
    (22-Oct-2016)
    DEA-sponsored event offers sites to safely dispose of unused meds

  • Bullied Teen's Suicide Didn't Spur Copycat Attempts: Study
    (21-Oct-2016)
    Canadian case was highly publicized on social media, researchers report

  • Bullied Teen's Suicide Didn't Spur Copycat Attempts: Study
    (21-Oct-2016)
    Canadian case was highly publicized on social media, researchers report

  • Even for Men at High Risk, Healthy Living May Help Prevent Colon Cancer
    (20-Oct-2016)
    Many lives could be saved if people avoided alcohol and smoking, ate better and stayed active, researchers report

  • Top 3 Mistakes Teen Drivers Make
    (20-Oct-2016)
    Parents don't emphasize safety enough, experts say

  • Troubled Childhood May Boost Bipolar Risk: Study
    (20-Oct-2016)
    Research review suggests strong link with emotional abuse

  • Trauma Patients Not to Blame for Opioid Epidemic: Study
    (20-Oct-2016)
    Only 1 percent still took prescribed painkillers one year after hospital discharge

  • Troubled Childhood May Boost Bipolar Risk: Study
    (20-Oct-2016)
    Research review suggests strong link with emotional abuse

  • Monitoring, Not Treatment, May Be Better for Some Prostate Cancer Patients
    (20-Oct-2016)
    In Sweden, 90 percent with very low risk disease choose this option instead of immediate treatment, researchers report

  • Trauma Patients Not to Blame for Opioid Epidemic: Study
    (20-Oct-2016)
    Only 1 percent still took prescribed painkillers one year after hospital discharge

  • Digestive Byproduct Tied to Meat Raises Risks for Some Heart Patients
    (19-Oct-2016)
    Those with narrowed leg arteries and high levels of the byproduct had higher odds of dying early, study suggests

  • For Overheated Viewers of Presidential Race: 'De-Escalate First'
    (19-Oct-2016)
    Psychologist offers tips to lower stress over bitter campaign playing out in family rooms across America

  • Health Tip: Ease Stress If You Have Rheumatoid Arthritis
    (19-Oct-2016)
    Here are some suggestions

  • For Overheated Viewers of Presidential Race: 'De-Escalate First'
    (19-Oct-2016)
    Psychologist offers tips to lower stress over bitter campaign playing out in family rooms across America

  • Better Way to Treat Seniors' Ankle Fractures?
    (19-Oct-2016)
    'Close contact casting' might help many avoid surgery, study suggests

  • Elective Surgeries on Fridays Are Safe: Study
    (18-Oct-2016)
    Canadian review finds patients having procedures at tail end of work week face no greater death risk

  • Rates of Preventive Mastectomy Doubled in a Decade, and Fear Is a Factor
    (18-Oct-2016)
    Many patients also think it's the best treatment for breast cancer, study finds

  • Foster Kids Face Higher Risk of Health Problems: Study
    (17-Oct-2016)
    They were even more vulnerable than children in low-income, single-parent families

  • U.S. Psychiatric Patients Face Long Waits in ERs
    (17-Oct-2016)
    1 in 5 emergency doctors reports waiting at least 2 days for a bed for someone who's mentally ill

  • U.S. Psychiatric Patients Face Long Waits in ERs
    (17-Oct-2016)
    1 in 5 emergency doctors reports waiting at least 2 days for a bed for someone who's mentally ill

  • Seniors With Hip Fractures Fare Better in Large Teaching Hospitals: Study
    (17-Oct-2016)
    Death rates were higher in smaller community hospitals, Canadian study finds

  • U.S. Psychiatric Patients Face Long Waits in ERs
    (17-Oct-2016)
    1 in 5 emergency doctors reports waiting at least 2 days for a bed for someone who's mentally ill

  • Nurturing Childhood May Pay Off Decades Later
    (17-Oct-2016)
    Strong marriages in their 80s linked to earlier positive family experiences

  • Nurturing Childhood May Pay Off Decades Later
    (17-Oct-2016)
    Strong marriages in their 80s linked to earlier positive family experiences

  • Foster Kids Face Higher Risk of Health Problems: Study
    (17-Oct-2016)
    They were even more vulnerable than children in low-income, single-parent families

  • U.S. Psychiatric Patients Face Long Waits in ERs
    (17-Oct-2016)
    1 in 5 emergency doctors reports waiting at least 2 days for a bed for someone who's mentally ill

  • U.S. Psychiatric Patients Face Long Waits in ERs
    (17-Oct-2016)
    1 in 5 emergency doctors reports waiting at least 2 days for a bed for someone who's mentally ill

  • U.S. Psychiatric Patients Face Long Waits in ERs
    (17-Oct-2016)
    1 in 5 emergency doctors reports waiting at least 2 days for a bed for someone who's mentally ill

  • Dogs Too Smart to Follow Useless Advice
    (14-Oct-2016)
    'They draw the line at copying irrelevant actions,' researcher reports

  • Which Generation Has Better Work Ethic?
    (14-Oct-2016)
    Study compares baby boomers, Generation X and millennials

  • Smokeless Tobacco Product Tied to Higher Risk of Prostate Cancer Death
    (14-Oct-2016)
    Safety of snus use called into question

  • Texting While Parenting: A 21st Century Trap
    (14-Oct-2016)
    Smartphones can get in the way of family life, and stress is the result, study finds

  • Powerful MS Drug Used Early May Reverse Some Disability
    (14-Oct-2016)
    But significant side effects remain an issue for Lemtrada, researcher says

  • Smokeless Tobacco Product Tied to Higher Risk of Prostate Cancer Death
    (14-Oct-2016)
    Safety of snus use called into question

  • Mixed News on Drug Abuse Among Lesbian, Gay Americans
    (13-Oct-2016)
    This group is more likely to use illicit substances, but also more apt to seek out help, report finds

  • 'Doc, This Election's Killing Me!'
    (13-Oct-2016)
    More than half of Americans report stress as Clinton, Trump battle for the White House

  • Breast Cancer Deaths Continue to Decline in U.S.
    (13-Oct-2016)
    And the disparity between black and white women is narrowing, CDC says

  • Mixed News on Drug Abuse Among Lesbian, Gay Americans
    (13-Oct-2016)
    This group is more likely to use illicit substances, but also more apt to seek out help, report finds

  • 1 in 5 U.S. Young Adults Uses Hookah
    (13-Oct-2016)
    Misperceptions abound that it's safer than cigarettes, researchers say

  • 'Doc, This Election's Killing Me!'
    (13-Oct-2016)
    More than half of Americans report stress as Clinton, Trump battle for the White House

  • 'Doc, This Election's Killing Me!'
    (13-Oct-2016)
    More than half of Americans report stress as Clinton, Trump battle for the White House

  • Can Hormonal Rx for Prostate Cancer Raise Dementia Risk?
    (13-Oct-2016)
    Study found chances doubled, but did not prove androgen deprivation caused damage to brain

  • Monkey Study Hints at Drug-Free Suppression of HIV
    (13-Oct-2016)
    Initial safety studies are under way, though it's not yet clear if the treatment will be effective in people

  • 1 in 5 U.S. Young Adults Uses Hookah
    (13-Oct-2016)
    Misperceptions abound that it's safer than cigarettes, researchers say

  • Why Parenting May Be More Stressful for Mom
    (12-Oct-2016)
    Mothers are often doing household chores, but dads get more play time with the kids, study finds

  • Are Some Blood Pressure Meds Linked to Depression, Bipolar Risk?
    (11-Oct-2016)
    Researchers add the effect was small, and study did not prove cause and effect

  • Are Some Blood Pressure Meds Linked to Depression, Bipolar Risk?
    (11-Oct-2016)
    Researchers add the effect was small, and study did not prove cause and effect

  • For Migraine Sufferers, Is a Chiropractor's Touch All in the Mind?
    (11-Oct-2016)
    Study participants who had sham treatment reported pain relief, too

  • Anger, Heavy Exertion: Fast Track to a Heart Attack?
    (10-Oct-2016)
    But researchers suggest that artery-clogging plaque has to be present to increase risk

  • Study Questions the No-Sex-Before-Big-Game Advice
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Researchers find no proof that it hurts athletic performance, and it may even help

  • Healthy Living May Mean More Healthy Years for Seniors
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Study found they enjoyed longer spans without disability even as they lived longer

  • Study IDs Effective Rx for Burned-Out Doctors
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Shorter workdays, stress-management training can help the more than half of U.S. physicians affected

  • How to Help Keep Your Kids Safe This Fall
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Remind children to take precautions at dusk to make sure they are visible to cars

  • Study IDs Effective Rx for Burned-Out Doctors
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Shorter workdays, stress-management training can help the more than half of U.S. physicians affected

  • U.S. Life Expectancy Lags Behind Other Wealthy Nations
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Diabetes, drugs and guns contribute to disappointing statistics in new global report

  • Depression Can Fuel Heart Disease in Midlife Women: Study
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Psychologist recommends mental health screening at routine checkups

  • U.S. Life Expectancy Lags Behind Other Wealthy Nations
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Diabetes, drugs and guns contribute to disappointing statistics in new global report

  • Prenatal Factors May Raise Child's Risk for OCD
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Smoking and C-sections appear to boost the odds for the psychiatric disorder, study suggests

  • Depression Can Fuel Heart Disease in Midlife Women: Study
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Psychologist recommends mental health screening at routine checkups

  • Love Your Co-workers? It Could Boost Your Health
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Social connections on the job deliver psychological benefits, study suggests

  • More Evidence Tamoxifen, Other Meds Help Limit Breast Cancer's Spread
    (06-Oct-2016)
    6-year study finds follow-up therapy cuts survivors' risk for cancer in the other breast

  • Steep Rise in Price of Older Cancer Drugs
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Heavy toll of out-of-pocket spending might have some patients skipping meds, researchers warn

  • Drug Trio Shows Major Promise Against Myeloma
    (06-Oct-2016)
    43 percent of study patients with the blood cancer had a complete response, researchers report

  • U.S. Life Expectancy Lags Behind Other Wealthy Nations
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Diabetes, drugs and guns contribute to disappointing statistics in new global report

  • For Problem Drinkers, Experimental Drug Shows Promise
    (05-Oct-2016)
    Smokers may also benefit, clinical trial suggests

  • Better Job Prospects When Young May Pay Off in Better Health
    (05-Oct-2016)
    County-by-county study finds improved physical, mental well-being with career advancement

  • Exploding E-Cigarettes Sending 'Vapers' to Burn Centers
    (05-Oct-2016)
    Users say they're unaware the lithium batteries are a potential fire hazard

  • DEA Puts Quota on Production of Opioid Painkillers
    (05-Oct-2016)
    These potent prescription drugs are helping to fuel addiction crisis in U.S.

  • For Many Women, Sex Gets Better at Midlife
    (05-Oct-2016)
    Doctors discuss how you and your partner can achieve greater satisfaction

  • For Problem Drinkers, Experimental Drug Shows Promise
    (05-Oct-2016)
    Smokers may also benefit, clinical trial suggests

  • Better Job Prospects When Young May Pay Off in Better Health
    (05-Oct-2016)
    County-by-county study finds improved physical, mental well-being with career advancement

  • Risk of Opioid Addiction Up 37 Percent Among Young U.S. Adults
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Study also finds painkiller abuse often precedes heroin use

  • FDA Sued Over Delay on Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Lawsuit says agency's decision is more than 4 years overdue

  • 3 Lifestyle Changes To Help Prevent Breast Cancer
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Healthy weight, regular exercise and less alcohol could cut incidence by one-third, cancer expert says

  • Delaying Breast Reconstruction After Cancer May Raise Patients' Anxiety
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Coordinating surgeries might reduce levels of distress after mastectomy for breast cancer, researchers say

  • FDA Sued Over Delay on Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Lawsuit says agency's decision is more than 4 years overdue

  • FDA Sued Over Delay on Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Lawsuit says agency's decision is more than 4 years overdue

  • FDA Sued Over Delay on Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Lawsuit says agency's decision is more than 4 years overdue

  • Cooling Therapy Might Not Help All Cardiac Arrest Patients
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Study found this standard treatment may do more harm than good for those whose heart stops suddenly in the hospital

  • Delaying Breast Reconstruction After Cancer May Raise Patients' Anxiety
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Coordinating surgeries might reduce levels of distress after mastectomy for breast cancer, researchers say

  • Delaying Breast Reconstruction After Cancer May Raise Patients' Anxiety
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Coordinating surgeries might reduce levels of distress after mastectomy for breast cancer, researchers say

  • Botox Beats Implant for Urinary Incontinence in Women
    (04-Oct-2016)
    But both have side effects that may affect your choice, researchers say

  • FDA Sued Over Delay on Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels
    (04-Oct-2016)
    Lawsuit says agency's decision is more than 4 years overdue

  • Worry About Job Loss May be Linked to Diabetes Risk: Study
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Blood sugar disorder rate was 19 percent higher for people concerned about getting fired

  • U.S. Smoking Rates Differ by County, Not Just State
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Regional figures can help health officials tailor prevention programs

  • Some Doctors Swayed by Political Beliefs
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Voting issues may affect advice on abortion, guns, marijuana, study finds

  • U.S. Smoking Rates Differ by County, Not Just State
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Regional figures can help health officials tailor prevention programs

  • More Research Cites Salt's Potential Health Risks
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Every half-teaspoon or so raises risk of premature death by 12 percent, study suggests

  • Some Doctors Swayed by Political Beliefs
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Voting issues may affect advice on abortion, guns, marijuana, study finds

  • Worry About Job Loss May be Linked to Diabetes Risk: Study
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Blood sugar disorder rate was 19 percent higher for people concerned about getting fired

  • Can Childhood Traumas Make You Old Before Your Time?
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Study suggests link between family stress and potential damage to DNA

  • U.S. Smoking Rates Differ by County, Not Just State
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Regional figures can help health officials tailor prevention programs

  • Can Childhood Traumas Make You Old Before Your Time?
    (03-Oct-2016)
    Study suggests link between family stress and potential damage to DNA

  • Making Friends 101: What Works for College Freshmen
    (02-Oct-2016)
    Emotional skills will help build lasting friendships, whereas narcissism turns people off, study finds

  • Making Friends 101: What Works for College Freshmen
    (02-Oct-2016)
    Emotional skills will help build lasting friendships, whereas narcissism turns people off, study finds

  • Making Friends 101: What Works for College Freshmen
    (02-Oct-2016)
    Emotional skills will help build lasting friendships, whereas narcissism turns people off, study finds

  • 'Entitled' People May Be Pursuing an Unhappy Path
    (30-Sep-2016)
    Inflated expectations of what they deserve doom many to disappointment, review of the data shows

  • Smoking Bans May Keep Young Men From Heavy Smoking
    (30-Sep-2016)
    Study found lower rates among those living in areas with restrictions

  • 'Entitled' People May Be Pursuing an Unhappy Path
    (30-Sep-2016)
    Inflated expectations of what they deserve doom many to disappointment, review of the data shows

  • Smoking Bans May Keep Young Men From Heavy Smoking
    (30-Sep-2016)
    Study found lower rates among those living in areas with restrictions

  • 'Entitled' People May Be Pursuing an Unhappy Path
    (30-Sep-2016)
    Inflated expectations of what they deserve doom many to disappointment, review of the data shows

  • 'Mindfulness'-Based Approach Could Help You Stay Slim
    (30-Sep-2016)
    Treatment focuses on personal goals and 'cues' to overeating, researcher says

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Less Safe for Men With Prior Heart Attack
    (30-Sep-2016)
    For this type of patient, cardiac risks linked to the treatment may outweigh any benefit, study suggests

  • 1 in 10 Stroke Rehab Interruptions May Be Preventable
    (30-Sep-2016)
    Dehydration, urinary tract infections force patients to return to hospital, study finds

  • Knowing Their Breast Cancer Risk May Empower Teens
    (29-Sep-2016)
    Greater self-esteem noted in girls with family history of disease

  • Knowing Their Breast Cancer Risk May Empower Teens
    (29-Sep-2016)
    Greater self-esteem noted in girls with family history of disease

  • Doctors Often Neglect Their Own Mental Health
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Perceived stigma, fear of career repercussions hinder treatment, study suggests

  • Study Links Pot Use to Relapse in Psychosis Patients
    (28-Sep-2016)
    But experts note effect is small, and the research isn't definitive

  • Secondhand Smoke More Insidious Than Thought
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Nonsmokers can be exposed without knowing it, suffer health risks, researchers say

  • Hot Flashes, Mood Woes?
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Study found women who believed they had frequent episodes at night more likely to be mildly depressed

  • Doctors Often Neglect Their Own Mental Health
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Perceived stigma, fear of career repercussions hinder treatment, study suggests

  • 'The Pill' May Raise Depression Risk
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Study also ties hormonal patches, IUDs to greater antidepressant use, especially in teens

  • A Happy Spouse May Keep You Healthy
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Your husband or wife can encourage good lifestyle habits, researchers say

  • A Happy Spouse May Keep You Healthy
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Your husband or wife can encourage good lifestyle habits, researchers say

  • Homeless, Mentally Ill Youth Benefit From Housing Program
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Over two years, they had a more stable living situation, researchers report

  • Secondhand Smoke More Insidious Than Thought
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Nonsmokers can be exposed without knowing it, suffer health risks, researchers say

  • Homeless, Mentally Ill Youth Benefit From Housing Program
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Over two years, they had a more stable living situation, researchers report

  • A Happy Spouse May Keep You Healthy
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Your husband or wife can encourage good lifestyle habits, researchers say

  • Doctors Often Neglect Their Own Mental Health
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Perceived stigma, fear of career repercussions hinder treatment, study suggests

  • 'The Pill' May Raise Depression Risk
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Study also ties hormonal patches, IUDs to greater antidepressant use, especially in teens

  • Study Links Pot Use to Relapse in Psychosis Patients
    (28-Sep-2016)
    But experts note effect is small, and the research isn't definitive

  • Doctors Often Neglect Their Own Mental Health
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Perceived stigma, fear of career repercussions hinder treatment, study suggests

  • Secondhand Smoke More Insidious Than Thought
    (28-Sep-2016)
    Nonsmokers can be exposed without knowing it, suffer health risks, researchers say

  • High Utility Bills Strain More Than the Budget
    (27-Sep-2016)
    Study finds they can also trigger anxiety, depression in low-income families

  • How Much Video Gaming Is Too Much for Kids?
    (27-Sep-2016)
    Benefits seen with 1 hour a day, but behavioral problems rose after 9 hours a week

  • High Utility Bills Strain More Than the Budget
    (27-Sep-2016)
    Study finds they can also trigger anxiety, depression in low-income families

  • How Much Video Gaming Is Too Much for Kids?
    (27-Sep-2016)
    Benefits seen with 1 hour a day, but behavioral problems rose after 9 hours a week

  • How Much Video Gaming Is Too Much for Kids?
    (27-Sep-2016)
    Benefits seen with 1 hour a day, but behavioral problems rose after 9 hours a week

  • Health Tip: Managing Daily Stress
    (27-Sep-2016)
    Suggestions for a healthier you

  • Nanoparticles Ease Aching Joints in Mice
    (27-Sep-2016)
    Treatment might one day help fight inflammation in human arthritis, scientists suggest

  • Are There Alternatives to Statins?
    (27-Sep-2016)
    Dietary changes, other meds and even surgery also can help lower cholesterol levels, study finds

  • The Phenomenon of Sleep Paralysis
    (26-Sep-2016)
    Up to 8 percent of people experience frightening episodes of the condition, experts say

  • Always Feeling Lonely? Maybe It's in Your DNA
    (26-Sep-2016)
    Genes might be responsible for up to one-quarter of perception of isolation, study says

  • Healthy Diet as Teen, Less Weight Gain as Adult
    (23-Sep-2016)
    Study suggests food choices made at 15 may establish long-term eating habits

  • Gardening May Give Kids' Diets a Boost
    (23-Sep-2016)
    Those who gardened ate more fruits, veggies by the time they were in college, study shows

  • Can Brain 'Pacemaker' Improve Lives of Head Trauma Patients?
    (23-Sep-2016)
    Deep brain stimulation appears to boost function and quality of life, small study finds

  • Heavy Drinking Can Harm the Aging Brain
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Study supports notion that the habit is toxic to brain cells, slows mental abilities

  • Heavy Drinking Can Harm the Aging Brain
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Study supports notion that the habit is toxic to brain cells, slows mental abilities

  • Smoking Tied to Shorter Survival With ALS
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Tobacco use may make patients with the degenerative disease deteriorate faster, Italian study suggests

  • Smoking Losing Its Cool With Kids, CDC Says
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Fewer teens are smoking or showing interest in cigarettes and cigars, but e-cigs a concern

  • Smoking Losing Its Cool With Kids, CDC Says
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Fewer teens are smoking or showing interest in cigarettes and cigars, but e-cigs a concern

  • Smoking Tied to Shorter Survival With ALS
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Tobacco use may make patients with the degenerative disease deteriorate faster, Italian study suggests

  • Smoking Losing Its Cool With Kids, CDC Says
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Fewer teens are smoking or showing interest in cigarettes and cigars, but e-cigs a concern

  • Smoking Tied to Shorter Survival With ALS
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Tobacco use may make patients with the degenerative disease deteriorate faster, Italian study suggests

  • Smoking Tied to Shorter Survival With ALS
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Tobacco use may make patients with the degenerative disease deteriorate faster, Italian study suggests

  • Smoking Losing Its Cool With Kids, CDC Says
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Fewer teens are smoking or showing interest in cigarettes and cigars, but e-cigs a concern

  • Alcoholics May Lack Key Enzyme
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Rat study suggests PRDM2 helps the brain control impulses to drink

  • Alcoholics May Lack Key Enzyme
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Rat study suggests PRDM2 helps the brain control impulses to drink

  • Around the World, Holidays Bring Added Pounds
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Findings from Germany, Japan and the United States suggest festive seasons spur overeating

  • Siblings of Schizophrenia Patients at Greater Risk for Same Diagnosis: Study
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Brothers, sisters of those with bipolar disorder also face higher odds of similar diagnosis, Israeli research suggests

  • Siblings of Schizophrenia Patients at Greater Risk for Same Diagnosis: Study
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Brothers, sisters of those with bipolar disorder also face higher odds of similar diagnosis, Israeli research suggests

  • Opioid Epidemic Costs U.S. $78.5 Billion Annually: CDC
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Economic burden includes health care, lost productivity and treatment programs

  • Opioid Epidemic Costs U.S. $78.5 Billion Annually: CDC
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Economic burden includes health care, lost productivity and treatment programs

  • Opioid Epidemic Costs U.S. $78.5 Billion Annually: CDC
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Economic burden includes health care, lost productivity and treatment programs

  • Opioid Epidemic Costs U.S. $78.5 Billion Annually: CDC
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Economic burden includes health care, lost productivity and treatment programs

  • Siblings of Schizophrenia Patients at Greater Risk for Same Diagnosis: Study
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Brothers, sisters of those with bipolar disorder also face higher odds of similar diagnosis, Israeli research suggests

  • Siblings of Schizophrenia Patients at Greater Risk for Same Diagnosis: Study
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Brothers, sisters of those with bipolar disorder also face higher odds of similar diagnosis, Israeli research suggests

  • Siblings of Schizophrenia Patients at Greater Risk for Same Diagnosis: Study
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Brothers, sisters of those with bipolar disorder also face higher odds of similar diagnosis, Israeli research suggests

  • Can Stress Lower a Woman's Fertility?
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Greatest impact is around ovulation time, research suggests

  • Drug Shows Promise Against MS in Mouse Study
    (21-Sep-2016)
    Laquinimod seemed to slow progression of the neurological disorder, but human trials needed

  • Experimental Immune Cell Rx Shows Promise for Leukemia
    (21-Sep-2016)
    In preliminary trial, 4 out of 9 people with acute myeloid leukemia had complete remission

  • Surprise! Beer Makes You Happier, Friendlier
    (20-Sep-2016)
    Study found this was especially true for women and the socially inhibited

  • Smoking Leaves Lasting Marks on DNA: Study
    (20-Sep-2016)
    Changes related to disease found in more than 7,000 genes, though many 'recover' five years after quitting

  • Surprise! Beer Makes You Happier, Friendlier
    (20-Sep-2016)
    Study found this was especially true for women and the socially inhibited

  • Shedding Light on Low Male Libido
    (20-Sep-2016)
    In small study, half-hour of bright light each morning boosted testosterone levels, sexual satisfaction

  • Smoking Leaves Lasting Marks on DNA: Study
    (20-Sep-2016)
    Changes related to disease found in more than 7,000 genes, though many 'recover' five years after quitting

  • Stress Might Undercut Benefits of Healthy Diet for Women
    (20-Sep-2016)
    Finding show importance of coping skills in tough times, researcher says

  • Shedding Light on Low Male Libido
    (20-Sep-2016)
    In small study, half-hour of bright light each morning boosted testosterone levels, sexual satisfaction

  • Stress Might Undercut Benefits of Healthy Diet for Women
    (20-Sep-2016)
    Finding show importance of coping skills in tough times, researcher says

  • Annual Checkups Are Becoming Wellness Visits
    (20-Sep-2016)
    Appointment may include review of family history, lifestyle and medications, doctor says

  • Smoking Leaves Lasting Marks on DNA: Study
    (20-Sep-2016)
    Changes related to disease found in more than 7,000 genes, though many 'recover' five years after quitting

  • Internet Addiction May Be Red Flag for Other Mental Health Issues: Study
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Over-reliance on the Web might be linked to depression, anxiety and impulsivity, researchers report

  • Suicide Can Strike Children as Young as 5: Study
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Overall numbers are low, but researchers say prevention efforts are needed

  • 2 of 3 Parents Want Schools to Expand Health Education
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Survey shows many want kids to be taught about managing stress, depression and bullying

  • For College Freshmen, Four-Legged Friends Chase Away Homesickness
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Dog therapy helps boost students' life satisfaction, researchers say

  • Suicide Can Strike Children as Young as 5: Study
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Overall numbers are low, but researchers say prevention efforts are needed

  • 2 of 3 Parents Want Schools to Expand Health Education
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Survey shows many want kids to be taught about managing stress, depression and bullying

  • 2 of 3 Parents Want Schools to Expand Health Education
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Survey shows many want kids to be taught about managing stress, depression and bullying

  • Suicide Can Strike Children as Young as 5: Study
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Overall numbers are low, but researchers say prevention efforts are needed

  • For College Freshmen, Four-Legged Friends Chase Away Homesickness
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Dog therapy helps boost students' life satisfaction, researchers say

  • FDA OKs 1st Drug to Treat Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Exondys 51 seems to fill unmet need for devastating childhood disease, agency says

  • Not All Dogs Are Man's (or Kids') Best Friend
    (17-Sep-2016)
    Study suggests young children need to be told they shouldn't approach a scared dog

  • Overweight Kids Often Shunned, Bullied
    (16-Sep-2016)
    School health programs should urge healthy behaviors, acceptance of different body shapes, study shows

  • Kids With Bipolar Disorder More Likely to Abuse Drugs, Alcohol: Study
    (16-Sep-2016)
    And those who also have conduct disorder seem to face an even greater risk

  • Tourette Threat Surges for Babies When Mom Smokes in Pregnancy
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Researchers probe increased risk of chronic tics and other disorders due to prenatal nicotine exposure

  • Childhood Cancer Death Rates Continue to Fall: CDC
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Brain cancer supplants leukemia as the leading killer

  • Aggressive Drivers: An Accident Waiting to Happen
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Worst offenders as likely to have a wreck as someone who smokes marijuana behind the wheel, study found

  • Kids With Bipolar Disorder More Likely to Abuse Drugs, Alcohol: Study
    (16-Sep-2016)
    And those who also have conduct disorder seem to face an even greater risk

  • Marriage May Help Diabetics Keep Weight Off
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Study also found it lowered chances of risk factors for heart disease among men, but not women

  • Kids With Bipolar Disorder More Likely to Abuse Drugs, Alcohol: Study
    (16-Sep-2016)
    And those who also have conduct disorder seem to face an even greater risk

  • Tourette Threat Surges for Babies When Mom Smokes in Pregnancy
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Researchers probe increased risk of chronic tics and other disorders due to prenatal nicotine exposure

  • Overweight Kids Often Shunned, Bullied
    (16-Sep-2016)
    School health programs should urge healthy behaviors, acceptance of different body shapes, study shows

  • Sound Waves: An Rx for High Blood Pressure, Migraine?
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Sound therapy balances brain signals, researcher says

  • Kids With Bipolar Disorder More Likely to Abuse Drugs, Alcohol: Study
    (16-Sep-2016)
    And those who also have conduct disorder seem to face an even greater risk

  • Tourette Threat Surges for Babies When Mom Smokes in Pregnancy
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Researchers probe increased risk of chronic tics and other disorders due to prenatal nicotine exposure

  • Do States With Medical Marijuana Have Less Opioid Abuse?
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Study of fatal car crashes finds fewer linked to opioids where medical pot is legal, but some experts are critical of the research

  • Facebook Bullying Can Cause Depression
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Social media attacks have 'real emotional consequences,' researchers say

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Considered Suicide Last Year
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Rates at historically high levels -- up 27 percent since 2000, U.S. government study shows

  • Do States With Medical Marijuana Have Less Opioid Abuse?
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Study of fatal car crashes finds fewer linked to opioids where medical pot is legal, but some experts are critical of the research

  • Do States With Medical Marijuana Have Less Opioid Abuse?
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Study of fatal car crashes finds fewer linked to opioids where medical pot is legal, but some experts are critical of the research

  • Do States With Medical Marijuana Have Less Opioid Abuse?
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Study of fatal car crashes finds fewer linked to opioids where medical pot is legal, but some experts are critical of the research

  • Sad Music Moves Those Who Are Empathetic
    (15-Sep-2016)
    They become engrossed in the feelings expressed by the piece, researchers say

  • Do States With Medical Marijuana Have Less Opioid Abuse?
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Study of fatal car crashes finds fewer linked to opioids where medical pot is legal, but some experts are critical of the research

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Considered Suicide Last Year
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Rates at historically high levels -- up 27 percent since 2000, U.S. government study shows

  • Nearly 10 Million U.S. Adults Considered Suicide Last Year
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Rates at historically high levels -- up 27 percent since 2000, U.S. government study shows

  • Drunk as the Company You Keep?
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Perceptions of your intoxication influenced by how much those around you are drinking, study finds

  • Alcohol May Damage the Heart -- at Least for Some
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Booze linked to atrial fibrillation, a dangerous condition that raises stroke risk

  • Drunk as the Company You Keep?
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Perceptions of your intoxication influenced by how much those around you are drinking, study finds

  • Alcohol May Damage the Heart -- at Least for Some
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Booze linked to atrial fibrillation, a dangerous condition that raises stroke risk

  • Antidepressant Might Prevent Depression Following Brain Injury
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Small study suggests the approach could work, but experts say larger trials are needed

  • Brains of 'Super-Agers' Look Decades Younger
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Regions of mentally sharp older folks don't shrink like their peers with memory loss do, study finds

  • Fruits, Veggies Powerful Rx for Kidney Disease: Study
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Researchers found 3 to 4 extra servings a day lowered blood pressure, cut medication costs

  • Smokers' Perceptions May Play Role in Addiction
    (13-Sep-2016)
    They were more affected by nicotine when they thought it was present in a cigarette, study showed

  • Smoking Thickens Heart Wall, Leading to Heart Failure: Study
    (13-Sep-2016)
    The more you smoke and the longer you smoke, the greater the risk of damage

  • New Approach Helps Ease Teens' Stubborn Concussion Symptoms
    (13-Sep-2016)
    Kids with lingering effects may need talk therapy, too, study suggests

  • Smokers' Perceptions May Play Role in Addiction
    (13-Sep-2016)
    They were more affected by nicotine when they thought it was present in a cigarette, study showed

  • Smoking Thickens Heart Wall, Leading to Heart Failure: Study
    (13-Sep-2016)
    The more you smoke and the longer you smoke, the greater the risk of damage

  • New Approach Helps Ease Teens' Stubborn Concussion Symptoms
    (13-Sep-2016)
    Kids with lingering effects may need talk therapy, too, study suggests

  • Most on Opioid Painkillers OK With Getting Overdose Antidote: Survey
    (13-Sep-2016)
    More than a third said it improved their drug-taking behavior

  • Psychiatric Patients Face Longer Waits in ER
    (13-Sep-2016)
    And they're more likely to be transferred without getting treatment, study finds

  • Smokers' Perceptions May Play Role in Addiction
    (13-Sep-2016)
    They were more affected by nicotine when they thought it was present in a cigarette, study showed

  • Smoking Thickens Heart Wall, Leading to Heart Failure: Study
    (13-Sep-2016)
    The more you smoke and the longer you smoke, the greater the risk of damage

  • Psychiatric Patients Face Longer Waits in ER
    (13-Sep-2016)
    And they're more likely to be transferred without getting treatment, study finds

  • Smokers' Perceptions May Play Role in Addiction
    (13-Sep-2016)
    They were more affected by nicotine when they thought it was present in a cigarette, study showed

  • Smoking Thickens Heart Wall, Leading to Heart Failure: Study
    (13-Sep-2016)
    The more you smoke and the longer you smoke, the greater the risk of damage

  • Heart Docs: Never Expose Kids to Cigarette Smoke
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Secondhand smoke can raise children's risk of heart disease, premature death

  • Does Losing a Father in War Shorten a Child's Life?
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Study examines effects of early life adversities on children of World War I veterans

  • Know the Warning Signs of Suicidal Thoughts
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Family members, friends often in the best position to save a life, mental health expert says

  • Know the Warning Signs of Suicidal Thoughts
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Family members, friends often in the best position to save a life, mental health expert says

  • Heart Docs: Never Expose Kids to Cigarette Smoke
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Secondhand smoke can raise children's risk of heart disease, premature death

  • Mouse Study Hints at Which Brain Cells Trigger Fear
    (09-Sep-2016)
    Finding might one day lead to better treatments for anxiety disorders

  • Something to 'Like' About Facebook
    (09-Sep-2016)
    Personal messages from close ties may boost your well-being, study says

  • Cancer Caregivers Face Difficult Demands
    (09-Sep-2016)
    Survey results suggest more support is warranted

  • New 'Superlice' Resist Most Over-the-Counter Remedies
    (09-Sep-2016)
    But prescription medications can still send the parasites packing

  • Can Exercise Offset Alcohol's Damaging Effects?
    (08-Sep-2016)
    Even gardening, brisk walking may reduce your risk of booze-related death, researchers say

  • Sugary Drink Warnings Hit Home With Teens
    (08-Sep-2016)
    Fewer choose sweetened beverages when labels mention obesity, diabetes, study finds

  • COPD Deaths Down for Most Americans: CDC
    (08-Sep-2016)
    But rates up for black women and middle-aged people

  • COPD Deaths Down for Most Americans: CDC
    (08-Sep-2016)
    But rates up for black women and middle-aged people

  • College Students Using More Pot, Fewer Opioids
    (08-Sep-2016)
    Nearly 5 percent use marijuana daily, survey finds

  • TV Booze Ads a Lubricant for Teen Drinking: Study
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Those who saw the most commercials downed 200-plus drinks a month, researchers say

  • TV Booze Ads a Lubricant for Teen Drinking: Study
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Those who saw the most commercials downed 200-plus drinks a month, researchers say

  • TV Booze Ads a Lubricant for Teen Drinking: Study
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Those who saw the most commercials downed 200-plus drinks a month, researchers say

  • Delivering Twins at 37 Weeks May Help Prevent Stillbirths
    (07-Sep-2016)
    If babies share placenta, delivery should probably occur a week earlier, research suggests

  • Are Birth Control Pills Tied to Decline in Ovarian Cancer Deaths?
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Rates down 16 percent in U.S., 8 percent in Canada, and 10 percent in Europe over a decade: study

  • Stroke Survivors Often Struggle With Depression
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Risk was 8 times higher for those who suffered a brain attack than for those who didn't, study found

  • Stroke Survivors Often Struggle With Depression
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Risk was 8 times higher for those who suffered a brain attack than for those who didn't, study found

  • New Biologic Drug Tackles Hard-to-Control Asthma
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Benralizumab significantly cuts respiratory attacks, two trials show

  • Cord-Blood Transplants Show Promise in Leukemia Treatment
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Donors and recipients don't need to be a perfect match, researcher says

  • Immune-Based Drug May Ease Chronic Eye Condition
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Humira reduced inflammation that can lead to vision loss, researchers say

  • Could Good Sex Be Bad for an Older Man's Heart?
    (06-Sep-2016)
    Once a week or more may take toll, study finds, but at least one cardiologist questions the findings

  • Salt-Based Spray May Help Chronic Nosebleeds
    (06-Sep-2016)
    Saline as good as medications for condition called hemorrhagic telangiectasia, study finds

  • Coping With College Stress
    (05-Sep-2016)
    Parents can help make the transition easier for new students

  • Coping With College Stress
    (05-Sep-2016)
    Parents can help make the transition easier for new students

  • Coping With College Stress
    (05-Sep-2016)
    Parents can help make the transition easier for new students

  • Few Young U.S. Burn Patients Transferred to Specialized Centers
    (05-Sep-2016)
    Researchers call for clearer guidelines on treatment, follow-up

  • Alcohol Plus Heart Rhythm Disorder Ups Stroke Risk: Study
    (02-Sep-2016)
    Doctors should ask patients with atrial fibrillation about their drinking

  • For Pot Smokers, Ambition May Go Up in Smoke
    (02-Sep-2016)
    But the effect only happens when people are high and doesn't persist, British researchers contend

  • Smokeless Tobacco May Contain Potentially Harmful Bacteria
    (02-Sep-2016)
    Infections, diarrhea and vomiting are possible consequences, FDA expert says

  • For Pot Smokers, Ambition May Go Up in Smoke
    (02-Sep-2016)
    But the effect only happens when people are high and doesn't persist, British researchers contend

  • Smokeless Tobacco May Contain Potentially Harmful Bacteria
    (02-Sep-2016)
    Infections, diarrhea and vomiting are possible consequences, FDA expert says

  • Most Americans Don't Want Tobacco on Drug Store Shelves
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Even half of current smokers think pharmacies should be tobacco-free

  • Smoking Linked to Higher Relapse Risk After Surgery for Crohn's
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Research supports immediate drug treatment after bowel surgery for smokers, but not for nonsmokers

  • Most Americans Don't Want Tobacco on Drug Store Shelves
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Even half of current smokers think pharmacies should be tobacco-free

  • 1 in 6 Younger Americans Wants to Die Before 80
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Negative views of old age are powerful influence on how long people want to live, survey finds

  • Opioid Abuse Fueling Drug-Related Heart Infections: Study
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Injecting drugs boosts the risk of infective endocarditis

  • Opioid Abuse Fueling Drug-Related Heart Infections: Study
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Injecting drugs boosts the risk of infective endocarditis

  • Opioid Abuse Fueling Drug-Related Heart Infections: Study
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Injecting drugs boosts the risk of infective endocarditis

  • More U.S. Adults Using Marijuana Than Ever
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Daily use nearly doubled between 2002 and 2014, study finds

  • Opioid Abuse Fueling Drug-Related Heart Infections: Study
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Injecting drugs boosts the risk of infective endocarditis

  • Smoking Linked to Higher Relapse Risk After Surgery for Crohn's
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Research supports immediate drug treatment after bowel surgery for smokers, but not for nonsmokers

  • 1 in 6 Younger Americans Wants to Die Before 80
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Negative views of old age are powerful influence on how long people want to live, survey finds

  • Parents' Psychiatric Issues May Adversely Affect Some Children
    (01-Sep-2016)
    History of antisocial disorder, suicide attempt or marijuana abuse showed the most effect, study authors say

  • Parents' Psychiatric Issues May Adversely Affect Some Children
    (01-Sep-2016)
    History of antisocial disorder, suicide attempt or marijuana abuse showed the most effect, study authors say

  • Injury Risk Spikes While Cancer Patients Seek Diagnosis: Study
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Researchers urge greater prevention of medical and drug therapy complications, accidents and self-harm

  • Smoking Linked to Higher Relapse Risk After Surgery for Crohn's
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Research supports immediate drug treatment after bowel surgery for smokers, but not for nonsmokers

  • Most Americans Don't Want Tobacco on Drug Store Shelves
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Even half of current smokers think pharmacies should be tobacco-free

  • FDA: Opioids Plus Sedatives Pose Fatal OD Risk
    (31-Aug-2016)
    These drugs will now carry 'boxed warning' detailing the threat

  • FDA: Opioids Plus Sedatives Pose Fatal OD Risk
    (31-Aug-2016)
    These drugs will now carry 'boxed warning' detailing the threat

  • Sex Suffers for Younger Adults After Heart Attack
    (31-Aug-2016)
    Lack of interest a complaint of many women and men, study finds

  • Non-addictive Painkiller Shows Promise in Animal Trials
    (30-Aug-2016)
    But human studies have yet to be done

  • iPads Calm Surgery-Bound Kids as Well as Sedatives
    (30-Aug-2016)
    Study found equal benefits in easing anxiety

  • Non-addictive Painkiller Shows Promise in Animal Trials
    (30-Aug-2016)
    But human studies have yet to be done

  • Non-addictive Painkiller Shows Promise in Animal Trials
    (30-Aug-2016)
    But human studies have yet to be done

  • Heart Attack Before 50 Ups Early Death Risk
    (30-Aug-2016)
    But healthy living can improve those odds, experts say

  • Contacts May One Day Be Used to Deliver Glaucoma Medication
    (30-Aug-2016)
    Study showed the lenses as effective in monkeys as the standard eye drop treatment

  • Over 64? Want to Cut Your Heart Disease Risk? Try Exercise
    (29-Aug-2016)
    Finnish study finds even moderate exercise lowers odds of early death

  • Many Depressed Adults Not Getting Treatment: Study
    (29-Aug-2016)
    Reasons range from dismissal of symptoms to shame or stigma

  • Fewer Drugs in Pipeline to Treat World's No. 1 Killer
    (29-Aug-2016)
    While number of cancer drugs rose, development of new heart medicines stalled, study finds

  • 'Good Dog' Usually Does the Trick
    (28-Aug-2016)
    Heap on the praise, not the food, study suggests

  • Doctors Divided on Safety, Use of Electronic Cigarettes
    (26-Aug-2016)
    When patients ask about safety and using e-cigarettes to stop smoking, doctors' advice differs

  • Doctors Divided on Safety, Use of Electronic Cigarettes
    (26-Aug-2016)
    When patients ask about safety and using e-cigarettes to stop smoking, doctors' advice differs

  • Friendships Matter if You Want to Lose Weight
    (26-Aug-2016)
    Study found overweight people more likely to shed pounds if they spend time with thin friends

  • Doctors Divided on Safety, Use of Electronic Cigarettes
    (26-Aug-2016)
    When patients ask about safety and using e-cigarettes to stop smoking, doctors' advice differs

  • Hopes Dashed for Rare Bone Cancer Treatment
    (26-Aug-2016)
    Extra chemo drugs failed to change course of osteosarcoma, researchers say

  • Doctors Divided on Safety, Use of Electronic Cigarettes
    (26-Aug-2016)
    When patients ask about safety and using e-cigarettes to stop smoking, doctors' advice differs

  • Many Teens 'Vaping' for Flavor, Not Nicotine
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Study found that only about a fifth of 12th graders who used an e-cigarette used a nicotine substance

  • Synthetic Fentanyl Fueling Surge in Overdose Deaths: CDC
    (25-Aug-2016)
    U.S. Surgeon General urges doctors to join the fight against opioid addiction epidemic

  • Many Teens 'Vaping' for Flavor, Not Nicotine
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Study found that only about a fifth of 12th graders who used an e-cigarette used a nicotine substance

  • Many Teens 'Vaping' for Flavor, Not Nicotine
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Study found that only about a fifth of 12th graders who used an e-cigarette used a nicotine substance

  • Synthetic Fentanyl Fueling Surge in Overdose Deaths: CDC
    (25-Aug-2016)
    U.S. Surgeon General urges doctors to join the fight against opioid addiction epidemic

  • Synthetic Fentanyl Fueling Surge in Overdose Deaths: CDC
    (25-Aug-2016)
    U.S. Surgeon General urges doctors to join the fight against opioid addiction epidemic

  • Amphetamines Polluting Some Urban Streams: Study
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Concentration of drugs may be high enough to cause ecological changes, researchers say

  • Amphetamines Polluting Some Urban Streams: Study
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Concentration of drugs may be high enough to cause ecological changes, researchers say

  • Amphetamines Polluting Some Urban Streams: Study
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Concentration of drugs may be high enough to cause ecological changes, researchers say

  • Synthetic Fentanyl Fueling Surge in Overdose Deaths: CDC
    (25-Aug-2016)
    U.S. Surgeon General urges doctors to join the fight against opioid addiction epidemic

  • Many Teens 'Vaping' for Flavor, Not Nicotine
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Study found that only about a fifth of 12th graders who used an e-cigarette used a nicotine substance

  • Health Tip: Work Through Chronic Pain
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Suggestions for what to do

  • Senior Years May Truly Be Golden for Happiness
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Researchers find people get less stressed and are more content as they age

  • Kids' Mild Brain Injury Can Have Long-Term Effects
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Early head trauma linked to psychiatric, financial issues as adults, study finds

  • Cancer on Course to Become Top Killer of Americans
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Report shows it will probably eclipse heart disease as leading cause of death in coming years

  • Senior Years May Truly Be Golden for Happiness
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Researchers find people get less stressed and are more content as they age

  • Stress May Take Greatest Toll on Younger Women's Hearts: Study
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Female heart disease patients under 50 were 4 times more likely than male peers to show effects, study found

  • Kids' Mild Brain Injury Can Have Long-Term Effects
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Early head trauma linked to psychiatric, financial issues as adults, study finds

  • Veterans' Painkiller Abuse Can Raise Odds for Heroin Use
    (23-Aug-2016)
    3 of 4 who tried the illicit drug had misused prescription painkillers first: study

  • ADHD More Often Missed in Minority Kids
    (23-Aug-2016)
    Study found disparities in diagnosis, treatment rates

  • 'Bagpipe' Lung Infection Kills Piper
    (23-Aug-2016)
    Mold, fungi can collect in wind instruments, researchers explained

  • TV Ratings for Parents Let Violence, Drinking Slip Through
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Industry guidelines often misleading, study finds

  • Unhappy at Work in Your 20s, Unhealthy in Your 40s?
    (22-Aug-2016)
    How young adults feel about their careers might affect them physically, mentally by middle-age, study finds

  • Teen Cyberbullies More Apt to Be Friends Than Strangers
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Competition for status, hurt feelings over breakups provoke wave of aggression via texts, Facebook

  • TV Ratings for Parents Let Violence, Drinking Slip Through
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Industry guidelines often misleading, study finds

  • Unhappy at Work in Your 20s, Unhealthy in Your 40s?
    (22-Aug-2016)
    How young adults feel about their careers might affect them physically, mentally by middle-age, study finds

  • TV Ratings for Parents Let Violence, Drinking Slip Through
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Industry guidelines often misleading, study finds

  • Twitter Broadening Discussions About Death, Grief: Study
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Social media broaching once-taboo topics in very public forums, researchers report

  • Family Trumps Friends in Extending Seniors' Lives
    (22-Aug-2016)
    People are comfortable expecting more help from relatives, researchers say

  • Couples At Risk During 'Divorce Season'
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Marriages often break up after winter and summer holidays, research reveals

  • Teen Cyberbullies More Apt to Be Friends Than Strangers
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Competition for status, hurt feelings over breakups provoke wave of aggression via texts, Facebook

  • Family Trumps Friends in Extending Seniors' Lives
    (22-Aug-2016)
    People are comfortable expecting more help from relatives, researchers say

  • Teen Cyberbullies More Apt to Be Friends Than Strangers
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Competition for status, hurt feelings over breakups provoke wave of aggression via texts, Facebook

  • Couples At Risk During 'Divorce Season'
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Marriages often break up after winter and summer holidays, research reveals

  • Unhappy at Work in Your 20s, Unhealthy in Your 40s?
    (22-Aug-2016)
    How young adults feel about their careers might affect them physically, mentally by middle-age, study finds

  • Truth or Fib? When Kids Say They're Too Sick for School
    (22-Aug-2016)
    An expert's advice on when to keep your child home

  • Mouse Study Suggests Stem Cells May Reverse Stroke Damage
    (22-Aug-2016)
    Experimental treatment helped new brain cells grow

  • Does Your Child Need Eyeglasses?
    (19-Aug-2016)
    Kids' eye problems often go undetected. Here's what to look for

  • Fewer Cancer-Causing Chemicals in E-Cigs Than Regular Cigarettes: Study
    (19-Aug-2016)
    But switch from tobacco didn't reduce nicotine levels

  • Fewer Cancer-Causing Chemicals in E-Cigs Than Regular Cigarettes: Study
    (19-Aug-2016)
    But switch from tobacco didn't reduce nicotine levels

  • Is Compromise More Likely When Women Are Part of the Decision?
    (19-Aug-2016)
    Men alone tend to choose an extreme option, study contends

  • Who Drinks More -- Couples or Singles?
    (18-Aug-2016)
    New study focuses on twins

  • Smoking Bans in Affordable Housing Benefit All: Study
    (18-Aug-2016)
    Secondhand exposure lowered, and smokers more likely to quit

  • Who Drinks More -- Couples or Singles?
    (18-Aug-2016)
    New study focuses on twins

  • Smoking Bans in Affordable Housing Benefit All: Study
    (18-Aug-2016)
    Secondhand exposure lowered, and smokers more likely to quit

  • Peanut Allergy Treatment: The Earlier in Childhood, the Better
    (18-Aug-2016)
    Exposure therapy for infants and toddlers leaves 4 out of 5 'desensitized,' study finds

  • Smoking Bans in Affordable Housing Benefit All: Study
    (18-Aug-2016)
    Secondhand exposure lowered, and smokers more likely to quit

  • Child Abuse May Shorten Some Women's Lives
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Extreme stress may affect the way the body's cells function

  • Anemia Boosts Stroke Death Risk, Study Finds
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Blood condition is common among older patients

  • Depression Common After Time Spent in ICU
    (17-Aug-2016)
    About one-third of ICU patients suffer psychologically, researchers find

  • Meds May Curb Risky Behaviors for Kids With ADHD
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Study found drug abuse, STDs and injuries were lower among teens who take meds

  • Antipsychotic Meds Pose Little Danger to Fetus, Study Finds
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Researchers report no significant rise in defects for babies exposed during first trimester

  • Healthy Diet, Exercise May Help Keep Alzheimer's at Bay
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Study finds people who are active and eat well have fewer brain effects linked to the disease

  • Child Abuse May Shorten Some Women's Lives
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Extreme stress may affect the way the body's cells function

  • Healthy Diet, Exercise May Help Keep Alzheimer's at Bay
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Study finds people who are active and eat well have fewer brain effects linked to the disease

  • Child Abuse May Shorten Some Women's Lives
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Extreme stress may affect the way the body's cells function

  • Quitting Smoking May Gain You Friends
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Most people who give up cigarettes make at least two new pals, research finds

  • U.S. College Kids Drink More, Smoke Less Than Others Their Age
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Full-time students aged 18 to 22 also have higher rates of binge-drinking, survey finds

  • Unhealthy Habits May Cost Canadians 6 Years of Life
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Smoking, inactivity top the list of culprits, researchers say

  • U.S. College Kids Drink More, Smoke Less Than Others Their Age
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Full-time students aged 18 to 22 also have higher rates of binge-drinking, survey finds

  • Unhealthy Habits May Cost Canadians 6 Years of Life
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Smoking, inactivity top the list of culprits, researchers say

  • U.S. College Kids Drink More, Smoke Less Than Others Their Age
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Full-time students aged 18 to 22 also have higher rates of binge-drinking, survey finds

  • Quitting Smoking May Gain You Friends
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Most people who give up cigarettes make at least two new pals, research finds

  • Unhealthy Habits May Cost Canadians 6 Years of Life
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Smoking, inactivity top the list of culprits, researchers say

  • Study Finds Links Between Chronic Pain, Depression in Couples
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Findings could lead to better diagnostic tests and treatments, researchers say

  • U.S. College Kids Drink More, Smoke Less Than Others Their Age
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Full-time students aged 18 to 22 also have higher rates of binge-drinking, survey finds

  • Quitting Smoking May Gain You Friends
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Most people who give up cigarettes make at least two new pals, research finds

  • Study Finds Links Between Chronic Pain, Depression in Couples
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Findings could lead to better diagnostic tests and treatments, researchers say

  • Study Finds Links Between Chronic Pain, Depression in Couples
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Findings could lead to better diagnostic tests and treatments, researchers say

  • Quitting Smoking May Gain You Friends
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Most people who give up cigarettes make at least two new pals, research finds

  • U.S. College Kids Drink More, Smoke Less Than Others Their Age
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Full-time students aged 18 to 22 also have higher rates of binge-drinking, survey finds

  • Fewer Advanced Alzheimer's Patients on Feeding Tubes
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Practice dropped by half over past 15 years, study reports

  • Injected Drug May Help Fight Osteoporosis in Women
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Abaloparatide appears to reduce fractures better than the current drug Forteo, researchers say

  • Quitting Smoking May Gain You Friends
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Most people who give up cigarettes make at least two new pals, research finds

  • Unhealthy Habits May Cost Canadians 6 Years of Life
    (16-Aug-2016)
    Smoking, inactivity top the list of culprits, researchers say

  • This Key Neighborhood Factor May Help Smokers Quit
    (15-Aug-2016)
    Study found that the farther a person had to walk to buy cigarettes, the more likely they were to quit

  • This Key Neighborhood Factor May Help Smokers Quit
    (15-Aug-2016)
    Study found that the farther a person had to walk to buy cigarettes, the more likely they were to quit

  • Paying Smokers to Quit May Pay Off
    (15-Aug-2016)
    Study found financial incentives inspired some to overcome the addiction

  • Cancer Now Leading Killer in 12 European Nations
    (15-Aug-2016)
    Gains against heart disease and stroke, especially in Western Europe, likely behind the shift

  • This Key Neighborhood Factor May Help Smokers Quit
    (15-Aug-2016)
    Study found that the farther a person had to walk to buy cigarettes, the more likely they were to quit

  • Paying Smokers to Quit May Pay Off
    (15-Aug-2016)
    Study found financial incentives inspired some to overcome the addiction

  • Paying Smokers to Quit May Pay Off
    (15-Aug-2016)
    Study found financial incentives inspired some to overcome the addiction

  • Sending Kids Off to College Doesn't Have to Be Tearful
    (12-Aug-2016)
    Discuss money, expectations beforehand, then let go, experts say

  • ADHD Common Among College Students Who Misuse Stimulant Drugs
    (12-Aug-2016)
    Study says they're also more apt to have other psychiatric issues

  • Gay, Lesbian Teens More Likely to Suffer Rapes, Attacks: CDC
    (12-Aug-2016)
    Support from family, community critical to their well-being, U.S. health officials stress

  • Gay, Lesbian Teens More Likely to Suffer Rapes, Attacks: CDC
    (12-Aug-2016)
    Support from family, community critical to their well-being, U.S. health officials stress

  • Steep Rise in U.S. Babies Born to Opioid-Addicted Mothers
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Cases of 'neonatal abstinence syndrome' quadrupled between 1999 and 2013, CDC says

  • Keep Illicit Drugs, Booze Out of the Home to Lower Teens' Addiction Risk: Study
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Early exposure ups likelihood of substance abuse when they reach their 20s, researcher says

  • Would Weaker Beer Help Reduce Alcohol's Harms?
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Researchers say drinkers wouldn't notice if alcohol content were reduced, but benefits to health and safety could be big

  • Keep Illicit Drugs, Booze Out of the Home to Lower Teens' Addiction Risk: Study
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Early exposure ups likelihood of substance abuse when they reach their 20s, researcher says

  • Would Weaker Beer Help Reduce Alcohol's Harms?
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Researchers say drinkers wouldn't notice if alcohol content were reduced, but benefits to health and safety could be big

  • Infertility Patients' Mental Health Problems Often Unaddressed
    (11-Aug-2016)
    'We're doing a terrible job of it,' researcher says

  • Infertility Patients' Mental Health Problems Often Unaddressed
    (11-Aug-2016)
    'We're doing a terrible job of it,' researcher says

  • Keep Illicit Drugs, Booze Out of the Home to Lower Teens' Addiction Risk: Study
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Early exposure ups likelihood of substance abuse when they reach their 20s, researcher says

  • Steep Rise in U.S. Babies Born to Opioid-Addicted Mothers
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Cases of 'neonatal abstinence syndrome' quadrupled between 1999 and 2013, CDC says

  • Would Weaker Beer Help Reduce Alcohol's Harms?
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Researchers say drinkers wouldn't notice if alcohol content were reduced, but benefits to health and safety could be big

  • Keep Illicit Drugs, Booze Out of the Home to Lower Teens' Addiction Risk: Study
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Early exposure ups likelihood of substance abuse when they reach their 20s, researcher says

  • Keep Illicit Drugs, Booze Out of the Home to Lower Teens' Addiction Risk: Study
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Early exposure ups likelihood of substance abuse when they reach their 20s, researcher says

  • Keep Illicit Drugs, Booze Out of the Home to Lower Teens' Addiction Risk: Study
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Early exposure ups likelihood of substance abuse when they reach their 20s, researcher says

  • Keep Illicit Drugs, Booze Out of the Home to Lower Teens' Addiction Risk: Study
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Early exposure ups likelihood of substance abuse when they reach their 20s, researcher says

  • Infertility Patients' Mental Health Problems Often Unaddressed
    (11-Aug-2016)
    'We're doing a terrible job of it,' researcher says

  • Treating Early Symptoms of MS May Extend Time to Diagnosis
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Industry-funded study also found therapy doubled time until a relapse occurred

  • Surgery Effective Against Immune Disorder That Weakens Muscles
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Myasthenia gravis affects 60,000 Americans, but removal of thymus gland appears to help, research shows

  • 'Brain Training' Helps 8 Paralyzed People Regain Some Movement
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Combination regimen jump-started reconnection between mind and body

  • U.S. DEA Denies Request to Ease Federal Pot Rules
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Decision at odds with laws in nearly half of states; will likely hamper medical research, doctors say

  • Addiction Risk Low for Seniors Taking Post-Op Opioids: Study
    (10-Aug-2016)
    Vast majority of patients used the meds short-term to ease their pain

  • Depression Can Stalk Families Through Generations
    (10-Aug-2016)
    People whose parents, grandparents had the illness were 3 times as likely to get it themselves, study found

  • Addiction Risk Low for Seniors Taking Post-Op Opioids: Study
    (10-Aug-2016)
    Vast majority of patients used the meds short-term to ease their pain

  • After-Hours Work Email No Friend of the Family
    (10-Aug-2016)
    Study finds expectation to respond threatens lifestyle balance

  • Depression Can Stalk Families Through Generations
    (10-Aug-2016)
    People whose parents, grandparents had the illness were 3 times as likely to get it themselves, study found

  • Young People With Epilepsy Struggle on Many Fronts
    (10-Aug-2016)
    New review finds children, young adults citing discrimination, lack of privacy, exclusion

  • After-Hours Work Email No Friend of the Family
    (10-Aug-2016)
    Study finds expectation to respond threatens lifestyle balance

  • Serious Infections Tied to Suicide Risk
    (10-Aug-2016)
    Danish study finds greater association in those hospitalized with HIV or hepatitis

  • Frozen Embryos May Boost Pregnancy Odds for Some Women
    (10-Aug-2016)
    Study finds they beat fresh embryos in polycystic ovary syndrome patients undergoing IVF

  • Doctors Urged to Prescribe Lower Doses of Opioids, No Refills
    (09-Aug-2016)
    Researchers cite concerns about possible long-term use and addiction

  • Fidget Your Way to a Healthier Heart
    (09-Aug-2016)
    Tapping toes, other movement when sitting for long periods may help benefit blood vessels, study suggests

  • Fake Xanax Cut With Potent Pain Med Can Be a Killer
    (09-Aug-2016)
    1 person died, 8 were sickened when illicit pills circulated in San Francisco, doctors report

  • Fake Xanax Cut With Potent Pain Med Can Be a Killer
    (09-Aug-2016)
    1 person died, 8 were sickened when illicit pills circulated in San Francisco, doctors report

  • Giving Brings a Health Dividend
    (09-Aug-2016)
    Older adults who volunteer may benefit from better mental, physical health, study finds

  • Doctors Urged to Prescribe Lower Doses of Opioids, No Refills
    (09-Aug-2016)
    Researchers cite concerns about possible long-term use and addiction

  • Why Teens Choose E-Cigarettes
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Kids who continue vaping cite 2 key reasons, study finds

  • Starting Monday, FDA Banning E-Cigarette Sales to Minors
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Agency also details other retail restrictions on access to vaping products

  • U.S. Maternal Death Rate Is Rising
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Up 27 percent since 2000 among pregnant women or new mothers, but better reporting may play a role

  • Drowsy Driving Causes 1 in 5 Fatal Crashes: Report
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Teens and young adults, shift-workers and people with sleep disorders face greater risk

  • Why Teens Choose E-Cigarettes
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Kids who continue vaping cite 2 key reasons, study finds

  • Starting Monday, FDA Banning E-Cigarette Sales to Minors
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Agency also details other retail restrictions on access to vaping products

  • Health Insurance Status May Affect Cancer Patients' Survival
    (08-Aug-2016)
    2 studies highlight disparities in outcomes for uninsured and Medicaid patients

  • Diet Supplement May Help Prevent Kidney Stones: Study
    (08-Aug-2016)
    Researchers suggest it might offer alternative to current treatment that has side effects

  • Mental Illness May Make Teens Vulnerable to Drugs, Alcohol
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Brazilian study found half of those who smoked, drank, did pot had symptoms of psychological disorders

  • Heavy Drinking Might Harm the Lungs
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Alcohol appears to reduce levels of a protective respiratory gas, study finds

  • Mental Illness May Make Teens Vulnerable to Drugs, Alcohol
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Brazilian study found half of those who smoked, drank, did pot had symptoms of psychological disorders

  • Mental Illness May Make Teens Vulnerable to Drugs, Alcohol
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Brazilian study found half of those who smoked, drank, did pot had symptoms of psychological disorders

  • Timing of Autism Diagnosis Tied to Choice of Treatment
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Kids diagnosed before age 4 more likely to receive behavior therapy shown to improve outcomes, study says

  • Think Before You Sext: 1 in 4 Shares What You Send
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Erotic images and messages a popular way to flirt, but don't expect them to stay private, study finds

  • Mental Illness May Make Teens Vulnerable to Drugs, Alcohol
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Brazilian study found half of those who smoked, drank, did pot had symptoms of psychological disorders

  • Think Before You Sext: 1 in 4 Shares What You Send
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Erotic images and messages a popular way to flirt, but don't expect them to stay private, study finds

  • Mental Illness May Make Teens Vulnerable to Drugs, Alcohol
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Brazilian study found half of those who smoked, drank, did pot had symptoms of psychological disorders

  • Mental Illness May Make Teens Vulnerable to Drugs, Alcohol
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Brazilian study found half of those who smoked, drank, did pot had symptoms of psychological disorders

  • Body Acceptance Rises for Women
    (05-Aug-2016)
    But study finds men a bit concerned about their muscle size

  • Acupuncture May Slow Pre-Dementia Memory Loss: Study
    (05-Aug-2016)
    However, definitive evidence remains lacking, experts say

  • Mental Illness May Make Teens Vulnerable to Drugs, Alcohol
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Brazilian study found half of those who smoked, drank, did pot had symptoms of psychological disorders

  • Smoking Rates Still High in Some Racial Groups, CDC Reports
    (04-Aug-2016)
    Nearly 4 in 10 American Indians and Alaska Natives smoke cigarettes

  • Are Tinder Users Tender About Their Looks?
    (04-Aug-2016)
    Some users of the dating app tended to have lower self-esteem, poorer body image, study suggests

  • Smoking Rates Still High in Some Racial Groups, CDC Reports
    (04-Aug-2016)
    Nearly 4 in 10 American Indians and Alaska Natives smoke cigarettes

  • Focusing on Future Helps People Save
    (04-Aug-2016)
    Try to visualize a detailed picture of your later life, money expert suggests

  • Some Advanced Kidney Cancer Patients May Postpone Treatment
    (04-Aug-2016)
    In cases of slow-growing disease, toxic drugs can sometimes be avoided for many months, study finds

  • Smoking Rates Still High in Some Racial Groups, CDC Reports
    (04-Aug-2016)
    Nearly 4 in 10 American Indians and Alaska Natives smoke cigarettes

  • 1 in 5 Opioid Users Also Might Be Abusing Seizure Drug: Study
    (03-Aug-2016)
    Doctors should screen for presence of gabapentin, researchers advise

  • 1 in 5 Opioid Users Also Might Be Abusing Seizure Drug: Study
    (03-Aug-2016)
    Doctors should screen for presence of gabapentin, researchers advise

  • 1 in 5 Opioid Users Also Might Be Abusing Seizure Drug: Study
    (03-Aug-2016)
    Doctors should screen for presence of gabapentin, researchers advise

  • Newer Treatments Can Make Scars Less Scary
    (03-Aug-2016)
    But, it's better to prevent scars in the first place, dermatologist says

  • Rx for Seniors' Health: Upbeat View, Less Stress
    (03-Aug-2016)
    A negative attitude may be linked to health problems, study suggests

  • Rx for Seniors' Health: Upbeat View, Less Stress
    (03-Aug-2016)
    A negative attitude may be linked to health problems, study suggests

  • Ban on Indoor Tanning by Minors Not Working: Study
    (02-Aug-2016)
    Tanning salon use showed little change after 2013 ban, and rose among N.J. high school boys

  • Study Dashes Millennials' Reputation as Hookup Generation
    (02-Aug-2016)
    Only people born in the 1920s reported having less sex between the ages of 20 and 24

  • Lots of Red Meat, an Earlier Grave?
    (01-Aug-2016)
    People who eat more plant-based proteins lower risk of dying younger, study suggests

  • Fat May Not Hike Heart Attack Risk: Study
    (01-Aug-2016)
    But it does raise diabetes risk, research with twins found

  • Scientists Spot 15 Regions of Human DNA Linked to Depression
    (01-Aug-2016)
    Many are located near genes involved in brain development

  • Summer Days Shouldn't Be Lazy for Kids
    (30-Jul-2016)
    Physical education expert says children should stay active during school vacation

  • Fentanyl-Laced 'Norco' Is Lethal, Report Warns
    (29-Jul-2016)
    New street drug combines two synthetic opioids

  • New Guidelines Issued for Cancer Patients' Post-Treatment Pain
    (29-Jul-2016)
    Specialists urge doctors to offer alternative therapies for this widespread problem

  • Alcohol, Obesity Could Raise Esophageal Cancer Risk
    (28-Jul-2016)
    A third of cases would vanish if people stayed trim and didn't drink, cancer experts say

  • Hour of Exercise a Day May Offset Sitting's Toll on Health
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Study found risk of early death dropped when physical activity levels went up

  • Are Unemployed Husbands Fueling Divorce Rates?
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Finding challenges common belief that women entering workforce in greater numbers was to blame

  • Are Unemployed Husbands Fueling Divorce Rates?
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Finding challenges common belief that women entering workforce in greater numbers was to blame

  • Vision Trouble Can Dim Life's Prospects
    (28-Jul-2016)
    But it's not clear why the association may exist, eye experts say

  • 'Active Surveillance' of Prostate Cancer Doesn't Dampen Quality of Life
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Choosing no treatment and regular check-ups didn't seem to stress men with low-risk disease, study found

  • Could Slight Brain Zap During Sleep Boost Memory?
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Small study says yes, for a certain type of recognition

  • 'Active Surveillance' of Prostate Cancer Doesn't Dampen Quality of Life
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Choosing no treatment and regular check-ups didn't seem to stress men with low-risk disease, study found

  • FDA OKs New Injectable Type 2 Diabetes Medication
    (28-Jul-2016)
    Drug lowers blood sugar levels, and doesn't boost risk of heart problems, agency says

  • Is Pot Harder on the Heart Than Tobacco?
    (27-Jul-2016)
    Damaging effects from marijuana smoke last three times longer than tobacco's, rat study finds

  • Study of Teen Brains Offers Clues to Timing of Mental Illness
    (27-Jul-2016)
    Regions that undergo greatest change also where schizophrenia, depression genes are most strongly expressed

  • Quitting Smoking While Pregnant: What Works
    (27-Jul-2016)
    Nicotine patches, Zyban helped 4 out of 5 women, study says

  • Transgender's Classification as 'Mental Disorder' Is Outdated, Study Finds
    (27-Jul-2016)
    Researchers suggest World Health Organization change classification

  • Study of Teen Brains Offers Clues to Timing of Mental Illness
    (27-Jul-2016)
    Regions that undergo greatest change also where schizophrenia, depression genes are most strongly expressed

  • E-Cig Liquid Nicotine Containers Often Mislabeled
    (27-Jul-2016)
    Also, many aren't child-resistant, which poses a risk to youngsters

  • Flu Shot Tied to Fewer Hospitalizations, Deaths in Type 2 Diabetes Patients
    (26-Jul-2016)
    Risk of dying dropped almost one-quarter over 7 years in those who got the vaccine

  • Does Dementia Diagnosis Have Silver Lining for Some?
    (26-Jul-2016)
    People appreciate life more, worry about failing less after learning about their brain condition, study says

  • Painkillers for Teen Athletes Won't Spur Addiction: Study
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Sports may actually provide protective effect against opioid abuse

  • Women May Be More Resilient to Effects of Alzheimer's Genes
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Physical, mental fitness and socializing also seemed to help higher-risk group, research shows

  • Could New 'Talk Therapy' Cut Cost of Treating Depression?
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Behavioral activation would be more accessible than currently recommended treatment, researchers say

  • Bipolar Diagnosis May Take Up to 6 Years
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Researcher calls delay a 'lost opportunity' for treatment

  • Bipolar Diagnosis May Take Up to 6 Years
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Researcher calls delay a 'lost opportunity' for treatment

  • Could New 'Talk Therapy' Cut Cost of Treating Depression?
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Behavioral activation would be more accessible than currently recommended treatment, researchers say

  • Bipolar Diagnosis May Take Up to 6 Years
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Researcher calls delay a 'lost opportunity' for treatment

  • Delirium Common in Cancer Patients Seen in ER
    (25-Jul-2016)
    But serious confusion missed in about 40 percent, study found

  • Bipolar Diagnosis May Take Up to 6 Years
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Researcher calls delay a 'lost opportunity' for treatment

  • Could New 'Talk Therapy' Cut Cost of Treating Depression?
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Behavioral activation would be more accessible than currently recommended treatment, researchers say

  • Could New 'Talk Therapy' Cut Cost of Treating Depression?
    (25-Jul-2016)
    Behavioral activation would be more accessible than currently recommended treatment, researchers say

  • Pain Raises Risk of Opioid Addiction
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Men and younger people had higher odds of painkiller abuse, study found

  • Smoke Less, Drink Less?
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Study found those who tried to quit cigarettes drank less alcohol, but reasons unclear

  • Smoke Less, Drink Less?
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Study found those who tried to quit cigarettes drank less alcohol, but reasons unclear

  • Coming to a Brew Near You: Calorie Counts, Carbs Info
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Best-selling beers will soon disclose nutrition facts, ingredient list, freshness dates

  • Menopause: Not All Hot Flashes Are Created Equal
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Weight, race, education and lifestyle all affect timing, duration of symptoms, research indicates

  • Pain Raises Risk of Opioid Addiction
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Men and younger people had higher odds of painkiller abuse, study found

  • Smoke Less, Drink Less?
    (22-Jul-2016)
    Study found those who tried to quit cigarettes drank less alcohol, but reasons unclear

  • Women Smokers at Higher Risk for Brain Bleed
    (21-Jul-2016)
    'Devastating' hemorrhage often affects younger people, neurologist says

  • Is Surgery Always Needed for Meniscal Tears of the Knee?
    (21-Jul-2016)
    Study suggests exercise will work on its own, but two experts say surgery still has big role to play

  • Why Kicking the Opioid Habit Can Be So Tough
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Withdrawal, and the fear of chronic pain's return, keep some people dependent for years, addiction experts say

  • Opioid Abusers Missing Out on Addiction-Fighting Drug
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Painkillers are easier to prescribe than the drug that battles dependence on them, addiction specialist says

  • Why Kicking the Opioid Habit Can Be So Tough
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Withdrawal, and the fear of chronic pain's return, keep some people dependent for years, addiction experts say

  • Why Kicking the Opioid Habit Can Be So Tough
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Withdrawal, and the fear of chronic pain's return, keep some people dependent for years, addiction experts say

  • Opioid Abusers Missing Out on Addiction-Fighting Drug
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Painkillers are easier to prescribe than the drug that battles dependence on them, addiction specialist says

  • Opioid Abusers Missing Out on Addiction-Fighting Drug
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Painkillers are easier to prescribe than the drug that battles dependence on them, addiction specialist says

  • Opioid Abusers Missing Out on Addiction-Fighting Drug
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Painkillers are easier to prescribe than the drug that battles dependence on them, addiction specialist says

  • Why Kicking the Opioid Habit Can Be So Tough
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Withdrawal, and the fear of chronic pain's return, keep some people dependent for years, addiction experts say

  • Opioid Abusers Missing Out on Addiction-Fighting Drug
    (20-Jul-2016)
    Painkillers are easier to prescribe than the drug that battles dependence on them, addiction specialist says

  • New Drug May Treat Rare Obesity Disorder Causing Constant Hunger
    (20-Jul-2016)
    It's also being studied as possible treatment for other genetic causes of obesity

  • Implant Proves Effective at Combating Opioid Dependence
    (19-Jul-2016)
    Doctors call it new resource for those addicted to prescription painkillers, heroin

  • 'Cool' Factor Often Spurs Teens to Try E-Cigarettes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    They're not using these products to try to stop smoking, researchers say

  • 'Cool' Factor Often Spurs Teens to Try E-Cigarettes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    They're not using these products to try to stop smoking, researchers say

  • Can Comedy Kill?
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Standup comedians die earlier than actors, study suggests

  • Poverty Takes Bigger Toll on a Man's Health If He's Black: Study
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Low income raises risk of early death for black males, but not their white peers, researchers say

  • 3 Health Issues That Can Threaten Young Female Athletes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Pediatricians' group urges members to watch out for the 'female triad'

  • 'Cool' Factor Often Spurs Teens to Try E-Cigarettes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    They're not using these products to try to stop smoking, researchers say

  • Get Outside, Get Moving to Prevent 'Gamer's Thumb'
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Playing video games hour after hour can trigger repetitive stress injuries, doctors warn

  • Can Comedy Kill?
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Standup comedians die earlier than actors, study suggests

  • 9 Out of 10 Strokes Could Be Prevented, Study Finds
    (18-Jul-2016)
    High blood pressure is the most important controllable risk factor

  • Does Living Near a Fracking Site Make Asthma Worse?
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Study found association, but not cause-and-effect

  • 'Cool' Factor Often Spurs Teens to Try E-Cigarettes
    (18-Jul-2016)
    They're not using these products to try to stop smoking, researchers say

  • Cancer Patients, Doctors Often Disagree About Prognosis
    (15-Jul-2016)
    Those with advanced disease are likely to be more optimistic than their doctor, study shows

  • Obamacare Paying Off With Improved Health Care: Report
    (15-Jul-2016)
    But gains between 2011 and 2014 were often small, especially in poor communities

  • Do ADHD Medicines Boost Substance Abuse Risk?
    (15-Jul-2016)
    Chances were actually lower the earlier stimulants were started, and the longer they were taken

  • Making Sense of Senseless Violence
    (15-Jul-2016)
    Expert advice to help you -- and kids -- cope with the seemingly unending string of catastrophes

  • Making Sense of Senseless Violence
    (15-Jul-2016)
    Expert advice to help you -- and kids -- cope with the seemingly unending string of catastrophes

  • 1 in 5 Americans Uses a Tobacco Product
    (14-Jul-2016)
    CDC report raises concerns about e-cigarettes, hookahs

  • 1 in 5 Americans Uses a Tobacco Product
    (14-Jul-2016)
    CDC report raises concerns about e-cigarettes, hookahs

  • 1 in 5 Americans Uses a Tobacco Product
    (14-Jul-2016)
    CDC report raises concerns about e-cigarettes, hookahs

  • Obesity More Deadly for Men Than Women: Study
    (14-Jul-2016)
    Losing even a little weight could cut the risk, researchers say

  • Road Rage Rampant in America
    (14-Jul-2016)
    8 of 10 drivers admit to anger, aggression when behind the wheel

  • Synthetic Pot Overdoses on the Rise in U.S.
    (14-Jul-2016)
    K2-type drugs far more potent than marijuana, experts warn

  • Health Before a Stroke Is Big Predictor of Second Attack
    (14-Jul-2016)
    Getting hypertension, cholesterol under control could be key to avoiding later dementia, too, study finds

  • 1 in 5 Americans Uses a Tobacco Product
    (14-Jul-2016)
    CDC report raises concerns about e-cigarettes, hookahs

  • 1 in 5 Americans Uses a Tobacco Product
    (14-Jul-2016)
    CDC report raises concerns about e-cigarettes, hookahs

  • Cash Rewards Won't Change Outcomes for HIV-Infected Drug Addicts: Study
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Trial offered 'financial incentives' for healthy behavior change, with little effect, researchers say

  • Cash Rewards Won't Change Outcomes for HIV-Infected Drug Addicts: Study
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Trial offered 'financial incentives' for healthy behavior change, with little effect, researchers say

  • 4 in 10 Americans Think Work Affects Their Health: Poll
    (13-Jul-2016)
    But only half say they have access to health, wellness programs through employer

  • Epilepsy May Triple ADHD Risk, Danish Study Finds
    (13-Jul-2016)
    It also found possible link between fever-related seizures and the behavioral disorder in kids

  • Cash Rewards Won't Change Outcomes for HIV-Infected Drug Addicts: Study
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Trial offered 'financial incentives' for healthy behavior change, with little effect, researchers say

  • Can Trauma Trigger Violent Crime in Mentally Ill?
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Short-term risk was heightened in healthy people, but was higher in those with psychosis, study contends

  • Apartment Dwellers More Likely to Smoke: CDC
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Buildings with multiple residences bring higher danger of secondhand fumes than do private homes

  • Apartment Dwellers More Likely to Smoke: CDC
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Buildings with multiple residences bring higher danger of secondhand fumes than do private homes

  • Newly Released Inmates Account for 1 in 10 Fatal ODs
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Many may not realize their tolerance for drugs has dropped while in prison, researcher says

  • Cash Rewards Won't Change Outcomes for HIV-Infected Drug Addicts: Study
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Trial offered 'financial incentives' for healthy behavior change, with little effect, researchers say

  • Newly Released Inmates Account for 1 in 10 Fatal ODs
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Many may not realize their tolerance for drugs has dropped while in prison, researcher says

  • Newly Released Inmates Account for 1 in 10 Fatal ODs
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Many may not realize their tolerance for drugs has dropped while in prison, researcher says

  • Can Trauma Trigger Violent Crime in Mentally Ill?
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Short-term risk was heightened in healthy people, but was higher in those with psychosis, study contends

  • Can Trauma Trigger Violent Crime in Mentally Ill?
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Short-term risk was heightened in healthy people, but was higher in those with psychosis, study contends

  • Health Tip: Manage Emotional Stress
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Take care of your body and mind

  • 4 in 10 Americans Think Work Affects Their Health: Poll
    (13-Jul-2016)
    But only half say they have access to health, wellness programs through employer

  • Can Trauma Trigger Violent Crime in Mentally Ill?
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Short-term risk was heightened in healthy people, but was higher in those with psychosis, study contends

  • Apartment Dwellers More Likely to Smoke: CDC
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Buildings with multiple residences bring higher danger of secondhand fumes than do private homes

  • Can Trauma Trigger Violent Crime in Mentally Ill?
    (13-Jul-2016)
    Short-term risk was heightened in healthy people, but was higher in those with psychosis, study contends

  • How Safe Is Condomless Sex When Partner With HIV Takes Meds?
    (12-Jul-2016)
    Study suggests transmission risk is low if infected person adheres to treatment

  • Mouse Study Hints at Hope Against Blindness
    (12-Jul-2016)
    Combo of gene therapy, visual stimulation helped part of crushed optic nerve grow back into the brain

  • How Safe Is Condomless Sex When Partner With HIV Takes Meds?
    (12-Jul-2016)
    Study suggests transmission risk is low if infected person adheres to treatment

  • Cancer Drug Shows Early Promise for Parkinson's Disease
    (12-Jul-2016)
    Medication was generally found safe, and study findings hinted at a benefit

  • Are E-Cigs Slowing Teen Anti-Smoking Push?
    (11-Jul-2016)
    Researchers blame the devices for a leveling off of smoking's decline

  • Insurance Mandates Boost U.S. Autism Diagnoses
    (11-Jul-2016)
    Early treatment provides wide range of benefits, researchers say

  • Antidepressant No Help to Heart Failure Patients: Study
    (08-Jul-2016)
    Depression in these cases may be caused by biological changes from the disease itself, researcher says

  • Why Breast Cancer Survivors Should Exercise
    (08-Jul-2016)
    Moderate physical activity can ease stress that impairs memory, study suggests

  • Smoking in Pregnancy May Be Under-Reported
    (07-Jul-2016)
    About 1 in 6 expectant moms seems unable to kick the cigarette habit, researchers say

  • U.S. Teens Less Sweet on Soft Drinks
    (07-Jul-2016)
    Survey finds consumption dropped one-third in just 2 years, and more are drinking water

  • Smoking in Pregnancy May Be Under-Reported
    (07-Jul-2016)
    About 1 in 6 expectant moms seems unable to kick the cigarette habit, researchers say

  • Second, Unrelated Cancers Strike 1 in 12 Cancer Patients
    (07-Jul-2016)
    Unfortunately, they're often deadly

  • Depression Strikes Nearly 3 Million U.S. Teens a Year
    (07-Jul-2016)
    Effects can be devastating during adolescence, researchers say

  • Researchers Get Closer to Test Predicting Colon Cancer's Return
    (07-Jul-2016)
    DNA-based screen would aid treatment decisions for people with early-stage disease

  • Innovative Trials Produce Promising Breast Cancer Drugs
    (07-Jul-2016)
    Adaptive study design allows researchers to match medications to patients more quickly

  • Smoking in Pregnancy May Be Under-Reported
    (07-Jul-2016)
    About 1 in 6 expectant moms seems unable to kick the cigarette habit, researchers say

  • Mixing Pot and Tobacco Increases Dependence Risk: Study
    (06-Jul-2016)
    These users less likely to seek professional help to quit

  • U.S. Car Crash Deaths Down, But Still Surpass Other Nations
    (06-Jul-2016)
    Decline of 31 percent lowest among 20 countries studied

  • Does Medical Marijuana Reduce Need for Other Meds?
    (06-Jul-2016)
    In states with legal pot, pain prescriptions saw the greatest drop, study found

  • Health Tip: Self-Manage Chronic Illness
    (06-Jul-2016)
    Take responsibility for your health

  • ER Death Rate in U.S. Drops by Nearly Half
    (06-Jul-2016)
    Study points to medical advances, changes in end-of-life care

  • Can an Antibiotic Help You? Quick Test Might Someday Tell
    (06-Jul-2016)
    The screen could provide results in an hour, reducing the unnecessary use of the drugs, developers say

  • Does Medical Marijuana Reduce Need for Other Meds?
    (06-Jul-2016)
    In states with legal pot, pain prescriptions saw the greatest drop, study found

  • Mixing Pot and Tobacco Increases Dependence Risk: Study
    (06-Jul-2016)
    These users less likely to seek professional help to quit

  • Savvy Marketing Gets School Kids to Snap Up Veggies
    (05-Jul-2016)
    Using cartoon characters that resembled vegetables doubled, tripled how many students ate fresh produce

  • Modern Lifestyle Primary Culprit for Obesity Epidemic: Study
    (05-Jul-2016)
    Even people with lower genetic risk were affected as decades passed

  • Doctor-Assisted Deaths Didn't Soar After Legalization
    (05-Jul-2016)
    Loss of independence, not pain, is the main driver, study finds

  • Junk Food Ads Sway Kids' Preferences
    (05-Jul-2016)
    Children under 8 most vulnerable to marketing's effects, study says

  • Heat Waves Are Health Threats
    (02-Jul-2016)
    Drink plenty of water and use air conditioners or fans, doctor advises

  • Family Key to Helping Teens Avoid Obesity
    (01-Jul-2016)
    Good relationship with parents, especially between fathers and sons, fosters healthy habits, study finds

  • 3 Treatments Seem to Help Combat Binge-Eating Disorder
    (01-Jul-2016)
    Review finds these methods may aid those with the most common eating disorder in the U.S.

  • 3 Treatments Seem to Help Combat Binge-Eating Disorder
    (01-Jul-2016)
    Review finds these methods may aid those with the most common eating disorder in the U.S.

  • Who's Most Likely to Seek Infertility Help
    (01-Jul-2016)
    They're more likely to be better educated, wealthier and older, study finds

  • Jobs With the Highest Suicide Rates
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Farmers, fishermen and foresters have more than 5 times the average odds, CDC says

  • E-Cigs May Damage Cells in Mouth
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Findings suggest a possible increase in the risk of oral disease, researchers say

  • Jobs With the Highest Suicide Rates
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Farmers, fishermen and foresters have more than 5 times the average odds, CDC says

  • E-Cigs May Damage Cells in Mouth
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Findings suggest a possible increase in the risk of oral disease, researchers say

  • Jobs With the Highest Suicide Rates
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Farmers, fishermen and foresters have more than 5 times the average odds, CDC says

  • Jobs With the Highest Suicide Rates
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Farmers, fishermen and foresters have more than 5 times the average odds, CDC says

  • Inherited Cholesterol Disorder Significantly Boosts Heart Risks
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Untreated, the condition also makes arteries age decades faster, study reports

  • E-Cigs May Damage Cells in Mouth
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Findings suggest a possible increase in the risk of oral disease, researchers say

  • Progress Against Heart Deaths Starting to Wane, Report Warns
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Obesity, diabetes epidemics may be to blame, doctors say

  • Not Kidding: Childless Couples Happier
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Lack of standard paid leave in U.S. takes toll on parents' well-being, study finds

  • Religion a Buffer Against Suicide for Women, Study Suggests
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Going to services at least once a week seemed to reduce the odds fivefold

  • Religion a Buffer Against Suicide for Women, Study Suggests
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Going to services at least once a week seemed to reduce the odds fivefold

  • The Older the Drinking Age, the Lower the Illness Rates?
    (28-Jun-2016)
    Study found states with legal age of 21 had less booze-linked chronic ills -- except for college grads

  • Giving OD Antidote to Those Using Powerful Painkillers Might Save Lives
    (28-Jun-2016)
    Finding supports naloxone prescriptions for patients taking opioids for chronic pain

  • The Older the Drinking Age, the Lower the Illness Rates?
    (28-Jun-2016)
    Study found states with legal age of 21 had less booze-linked chronic ills -- except for college grads

  • Programs to Spot Painkiller Abuse Work, But Are Underused
    (28-Jun-2016)
    Study found monitoring program in Maine was only used by 56 percent of pharmacists

  • Programs to Spot Painkiller Abuse Work, But Are Underused
    (28-Jun-2016)
    Study found monitoring program in Maine was only used by 56 percent of pharmacists

  • Health Risks Higher for LGBT Community
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Researchers suggest stigma contributes to higher rates of drinking, smoking and 'psychological distress'

  • Health Risks Higher for LGBT Community
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Researchers suggest stigma contributes to higher rates of drinking, smoking and 'psychological distress'

  • Health Risks Higher for LGBT Community
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Researchers suggest stigma contributes to higher rates of drinking, smoking and 'psychological distress'

  • Elderly Patients Get Unnecessary End-of-Life Treatments
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Family members may pressure doctors to attempt heroic interventions, researcher says

  • Type of Disease May Dictate End-of-Life Care
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Cancer and dementia patients get more access to palliative care, VA study finds

  • Health Risks Higher for LGBT Community
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Researchers suggest stigma contributes to higher rates of drinking, smoking and 'psychological distress'

  • Elderly Patients Get Unnecessary End-of-Life Treatments
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Family members may pressure doctors to attempt heroic interventions, researcher says

  • Health Risks Higher for LGBT Community
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Researchers suggest stigma contributes to higher rates of drinking, smoking and 'psychological distress'

  • Hovering Parents May Harm Kids
    (25-Jun-2016)
    Study found too much pressure for good grades raised risk for anxiety, depression

  • Hovering Parents May Harm Kids
    (25-Jun-2016)
    Study found too much pressure for good grades raised risk for anxiety, depression

  • Smoking May Hinder Common Breast Cancer Treatment
    (24-Jun-2016)
    Cigarettes and drugs called aromatase inhibitors appear to be a bad mix, researchers say

  • 3,300 Heat Deaths a Year Projected for NYC by 2080
    (24-Jun-2016)
    Action needed to prevent deadly climate-change effects, researchers say

  • Diabetes Ups Risk of Heart Attack Death
    (24-Jun-2016)
    Study points to need for better coordinated care, more effective use of medications, cardiology specialist says

  • Opioid Update: Painkiller Misuse in U.S. Doubled in Decade
    (24-Jun-2016)
    Over 4 percent of adults reported nonmedical use of drugs like OxyContin in 2012-2013

  • Why Some Bisexuals Won't 'Come Out'
    (24-Jun-2016)
    Interviews reveal common theme

  • Smoking May Hinder Common Breast Cancer Treatment
    (24-Jun-2016)
    Cigarettes and drugs called aromatase inhibitors appear to be a bad mix, researchers say

  • Smoking May Hinder Common Breast Cancer Treatment
    (24-Jun-2016)
    Cigarettes and drugs called aromatase inhibitors appear to be a bad mix, researchers say

  • Southern States Lagging in Tough Smoking Bans, CDC Says
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Only 6 in 10 Americans covered by state or local laws banning smoking in public places

  • Southern States Lagging in Tough Smoking Bans, CDC Says
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Only 6 in 10 Americans covered by state or local laws banning smoking in public places

  • Southern States Lagging in Tough Smoking Bans, CDC Says
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Only 6 in 10 Americans covered by state or local laws banning smoking in public places

  • Diabetes Plus Kidney Problems May Raise Heart Risks
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Odds of death due to heart disease 15 percent higher in black Americans with both conditions, study finds

  • Guidelines Stop Heat Stroke Deaths in High School Athletes
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Protocols help get students used to the heat during preseason practice

  • Drug Monitoring Programs Do Curb Overdose Deaths: Study
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Opioid epidemic demands such measures, researcher says

  • Southern States Lagging in Tough Smoking Bans, CDC Says
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Only 6 in 10 Americans covered by state or local laws banning smoking in public places

  • U.K. Case of Throat Gonorrhea Resists Antibiotics
    (23-Jun-2016)
    U.S. officials concerned about potential danger of untreatable STD

  • Southern States Lagging in Tough Smoking Bans, CDC Says
    (23-Jun-2016)
    Only 6 in 10 Americans covered by state or local laws banning smoking in public places

  • Behavior Woes Hamper Boys More Than Girls in School: Study
    (22-Jun-2016)
    They were more likely to be held back, punished, although they also were more likely to have issues

  • Women Get Worse Cardiac Arrest Care Than Men: Study
    (22-Jun-2016)
    They need to be treated as aggressively as men when their hearts stop, experts say

  • Tighter Opioid Laws in U.S. Haven't Eased Misuse
    (22-Jun-2016)
    Study of disabled workers finds no change in painkiller use, overdoses

  • Australia's Gun Laws Silence Mass Shooters
    (22-Jun-2016)
    20 years have passed since the last incident where 5 or more people were killed by gunfire in that country

  • 'Love Hormone' Gene May Be Key to Social Life
    (21-Jun-2016)
    Early research ties low levels of oxytocin-linked DNA to relationship quality

  • Long Work Hours May Hurt Your Health
    (21-Jun-2016)
    At the job more than 60 hours a week had most damaging effects on women's well-being, study finds

  • 'Love Hormone' Gene May Be Key to Social Life
    (21-Jun-2016)
    Early research ties low levels of oxytocin-linked DNA to relationship quality

  • Job Hunting? Maybe a Therapist Can Help
    (20-Jun-2016)
    Study finds cognitive behavioral therapy skills could offer boost to unemployed

  • Parkinson's Rates Rising Among American Men
    (20-Jun-2016)
    Smoking is known to help shield against the disease, so declines in that habit may play a role, experts say

  • Job Hunting? Maybe a Therapist Can Help
    (20-Jun-2016)
    Study finds cognitive behavioral therapy skills could offer boost to unemployed

  • Job Hunting? Maybe a Therapist Can Help
    (20-Jun-2016)
    Study finds cognitive behavioral therapy skills could offer boost to unemployed

  • Aspirin Often Wrongly Prescribed for Atrial Fibrillation
    (20-Jun-2016)
    Blood thinners -- not aspirin -- dramatically cut the risk of stroke, researchers say

  • Experimental Genital Herpes Drug Shows Promise
    (20-Jun-2016)
    Drug lowered viral activity, recurrence of symptoms in study patients

  • Report Faulty Tobacco Products to FDA
    (19-Jun-2016)
    Agency also wants to know about unexpected smoking-related health problems

  • Sleep Loses Out for Many Hooked on Video Games
    (17-Jun-2016)
    Willingness to delay bedtime may point to addiction, researchers say

  • Depression Plagues Many With COPD
    (17-Jun-2016)
    Studies found 1 in 4 patients affected, and readmission to hospital for respiratory illness more likely

  • Depression Plagues Many With COPD
    (17-Jun-2016)
    Studies found 1 in 4 patients affected, and readmission to hospital for respiratory illness more likely

  • Depression Plagues Many With COPD
    (17-Jun-2016)
    Studies found 1 in 4 patients affected, and readmission to hospital for respiratory illness more likely

  • Puerto Ricans' Health Lags Behind Other Hispanics
    (17-Jun-2016)
    CDC report finds they have higher risk for 'multiple chronic conditions'

  • Depression Plagues Many With COPD
    (17-Jun-2016)
    Studies found 1 in 4 patients affected, and readmission to hospital for respiratory illness more likely

  • Painkiller That Killed Prince Part of Dangerous Wave of New Synthetic Drugs
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Opioid fentanyl and related street drugs highly lethal, addiction experts say

  • Painkiller That Killed Prince Part of Dangerous Wave of New Synthetic Drugs
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Opioid fentanyl and related street drugs highly lethal, addiction experts say

  • Boost Minimum Wage and Babies Benefit: Study
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Suggests a $1 increase linked to 4 percent drop in infant deaths, fewer low birth weight babies

  • 1 in 13 Young Adults in U.S. Considered Suicide in Past Year
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Federal data from 2013-2014 also finds significant differences between states

  • Painkiller That Killed Prince Part of Dangerous Wave of New Synthetic Drugs
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Opioid fentanyl and related street drugs highly lethal, addiction experts say

  • Painkiller That Killed Prince Part of Dangerous Wave of New Synthetic Drugs
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Opioid fentanyl and related street drugs highly lethal, addiction experts say

  • 1 in 13 Young Adults in U.S. Considered Suicide in Past Year
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Federal data from 2013-2014 also finds significant differences between states

  • Single Working Moms Carry a Heart Burden
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Stress, finances may boost cardiovascular risks for U.S. mothers, study says

  • 1 in 13 Young Adults in U.S. Considered Suicide in Past Year
    (16-Jun-2016)
    Federal data from 2013-2014 also finds significant differences between states

  • Mixed News on Drinking and Heart Health
    (15-Jun-2016)
    Booze may reduce heart attack odds, but up likelihood of another condition, study says

  • Heart Disease Down Among Over-40 Americans
    (15-Jun-2016)
    Better control of risk factors such as smoking, high blood pressure likely behind the change

  • Shouting? The 'Silent Treatment'? How Spouses Argue Linked to Physical Ills
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests couples' disagreements may spur problems like back pain, heart trouble

  • Got a Spare 15 Minutes? A Little Exercise May Boost Life Span
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Study finds even modest daily workouts make a difference for older adults

  • Diabetes Drug Victoza May Help the Heart: Study
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Daily, injected medication shows 'encouraging' results in international trial

  • Opioid Painkillers Raise Deadly Heart Risks for Some: Study
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Much of the risk for early death was related to cardiovascular complications, not overdoses

  • Shouting? The 'Silent Treatment'? How Spouses Argue Linked to Physical Ills
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests couples' disagreements may spur problems like back pain, heart trouble

  • Shouting? The 'Silent Treatment'? How Spouses Argue Linked to Physical Ills
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests couples' disagreements may spur problems like back pain, heart trouble

  • Shouting? The 'Silent Treatment'? How Spouses Argue Linked to Physical Ills
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests couples' disagreements may spur problems like back pain, heart trouble

  • Diabetes Drug Victoza May Help the Heart: Study
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Daily, injected medication shows 'encouraging' results in international trial

  • Gun Injuries More Often Fatal Now, Study Finds
    (14-Jun-2016)
    ERs seeing more severe wounds and deaths than they used to, researchers report

  • Patients Often Prescribed Extra Painkillers, Many Share Them
    (13-Jun-2016)
    Two new U.S. studies shed light on opioid epidemic

  • E-Cigarettes a Gateway to Smoking for Teens: Study
    (13-Jun-2016)
    2 out of 5 who vaped went on to traditional cigarettes, small U.S. review finds

  • Clashes at Nursing Homes Not Uncommon
    (13-Jun-2016)
    20 percent of residents affected over 1-month period, study found

  • E-Cigarettes a Gateway to Smoking for Teens: Study
    (13-Jun-2016)
    2 out of 5 who vaped went on to traditional cigarettes, small U.S. review finds

  • Could Eating More Whole Grains Help You Live Longer?
    (13-Jun-2016)
    Three servings a day lessens risk of dying from heart disease and cancer, study suggests

  • The Childhood Incidents That Increase Later Suicide Risk
    (13-Jun-2016)
    Exposure to domestic violence, abuse cast a long shadow, study finds

  • Health Tip: Take Steps to Stay Mentally Healthy
    (13-Jun-2016)
    Treat yourself well

  • The Childhood Incidents That Increase Later Suicide Risk
    (13-Jun-2016)
    Exposure to domestic violence, abuse cast a long shadow, study finds

  • E-Cigarettes a Gateway to Smoking for Teens: Study
    (13-Jun-2016)
    2 out of 5 who vaped went on to traditional cigarettes, small U.S. review finds

  • Are 'Workaholics' Prone to OCD, Anxiety?
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests a link, but it's not clear how overwork, mental issues may be connected

  • Irregular Heartbeat May Be Deadly in Car Crash
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Study found having atrial fibrillation was associated with higher death risk among accident victims

  • Are 'Workaholics' Prone to OCD, Anxiety?
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests a link, but it's not clear how overwork, mental issues may be connected

  • Are 'Workaholics' Prone to OCD, Anxiety?
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests a link, but it's not clear how overwork, mental issues may be connected

  • Are 'Workaholics' Prone to OCD, Anxiety?
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests a link, but it's not clear how overwork, mental issues may be connected

  • Strategies That Work to Help Prevent Suicides
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Measures include physical barriers and selling fewer pills at once, experts say

  • Strategies That Work to Help Prevent Suicides
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Measures include physical barriers and selling fewer pills at once, experts say

  • Strategies That Work to Help Prevent Suicides
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Measures include physical barriers and selling fewer pills at once, experts say

  • MS Stem Cell Therapy Succeeds But Poses Risks
    (10-Jun-2016)
    Toxic side effects of heavy chemo could limit use, researcher says

  • Teen Smoking Down, E-Cigarette Use Up
    (09-Jun-2016)
    CDC survey finds adolescents hear some health messages, but not all

  • Teen Smoking Down, E-Cigarette Use Up
    (09-Jun-2016)
    CDC survey finds adolescents hear some health messages, but not all

  • California Enacts Right-to-Die Law
    (09-Jun-2016)
    Move triples percentage of terminally ill patients in U.S. who will now have this option

  • Health Tip: Recognizing Low Self-Esteem
    (09-Jun-2016)
    Moodiness and making excuses are signs in children

  • Study Questions Use of Antidepressants for Children, Teens
    (09-Jun-2016)
    They were seen as mostly ineffective and sometimes risky in these age groups

  • Teen Smoking Down, E-Cigarette Use Up
    (09-Jun-2016)
    CDC survey finds adolescents hear some health messages, but not all

  • Teen Smoking Down, E-Cigarette Use Up
    (09-Jun-2016)
    CDC survey finds adolescents hear some health messages, but not all

  • Teen Smoking Down, E-Cigarette Use Up
    (09-Jun-2016)
    CDC survey finds adolescents hear some health messages, but not all

  • No Sex Please, I'm a Stressed New Mom
    (09-Jun-2016)
    Study finds both partners struggle when mothers feel overwhelmed

  • No Sex Please, I'm a Stressed New Mom
    (09-Jun-2016)
    Study finds both partners struggle when mothers feel overwhelmed

  • Teen Smoking Down, E-Cigarette Use Up
    (09-Jun-2016)
    CDC survey finds adolescents hear some health messages, but not all

  • Mentally Ill Still Gain Illegal Possession of Guns, Study Shows
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Review of Florida patients finds 2 of 3 violent crime arrests, 1 in 3 suicides shouldn't have included firearms

  • Mentally Ill Still Gain Illegal Possession of Guns, Study Shows
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Review of Florida patients finds 2 of 3 violent crime arrests, 1 in 3 suicides shouldn't have included firearms

  • Marriage a Boost for Heart Attack Survivors
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Post-discharge support is critical, study says

  • Mentally Ill Still Gain Illegal Possession of Guns, Study Shows
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Review of Florida patients finds 2 of 3 violent crime arrests, 1 in 3 suicides shouldn't have included firearms

  • Mentally Ill Still Gain Illegal Possession of Guns, Study Shows
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Review of Florida patients finds 2 of 3 violent crime arrests, 1 in 3 suicides shouldn't have included firearms

  • Does DNA Determine Success in Life?
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Genetic variations might play a role -- albeit small -- in how well someone does at work and with finances, study suggests

  • Mentally Ill Still Gain Illegal Possession of Guns, Study Shows
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Review of Florida patients finds 2 of 3 violent crime arrests, 1 in 3 suicides shouldn't have included firearms

  • Mentally Ill Still Gain Illegal Possession of Guns, Study Shows
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Review of Florida patients finds 2 of 3 violent crime arrests, 1 in 3 suicides shouldn't have included firearms

  • Women Less Likely to Get Blood Thinner for Irregular Heartbeat
    (08-Jun-2016)
    They have a higher stroke risk from the condition than men, doctor notes

  • New Psoriasis Drug Works Longer Term, Too
    (08-Jun-2016)
    Moderate-to-severe skin disease improved with Taltz over 60 weeks, study finds

  • Cutting Back on Wine? Try a Smaller Glass
    (07-Jun-2016)
    Even when same amount was served per glass, people drank more overall if glasses were bigger, study found

  • Cutting Back on Wine? Try a Smaller Glass
    (07-Jun-2016)
    Even when same amount was served per glass, people drank more overall if glasses were bigger, study found

  • Can Frequent Moves in Childhood Spell Trouble Later?
    (07-Jun-2016)
    Study suggests heightened risk for psychiatric and behavioral problems

  • Cutting Back on Wine? Try a Smaller Glass
    (07-Jun-2016)
    Even when same amount was served per glass, people drank more overall if glasses were bigger, study found

  • U.S. Black Women Get Less Care to Prevent Breast Cancer Return
    (07-Jun-2016)
    Genetic testing, risk-reducing surgery more likely for whites, Hispanics, study finds

  • Women More Prone to Anxiety Than Men, Review Finds
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Westerners also wrestle with the condition more than people in other parts of the world

  • Pop Stars Often Hawk Unhealthy Foods to Kids: Study
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and others endorse sugary, less healthy fare, researchers say

  • Gruesome Cigarette Pack Images Seem to Help Some People Quit
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Many smokers can't shake the haunting FDA-proposed visuals, study finds

  • Gruesome Cigarette Pack Images Seem to Help Some People Quit
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Many smokers can't shake the haunting FDA-proposed visuals, study finds

  • Useless Treatments Common in Young, Terminal Cancer Patients
    (06-Jun-2016)
    3 in 4 get aggressive therapies with painful side effects in last months of their lives, study finds

  • Gruesome Cigarette Pack Images Seem to Help Some People Quit
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Many smokers can't shake the haunting FDA-proposed visuals, study finds

  • Pop Stars Often Hawk Unhealthy Foods to Kids: Study
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and others endorse sugary, less healthy fare, researchers say

  • Among U.S. Military, Army Members Face Highest Suicide Risk
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Firearms implicated in about two-thirds of cases, study finds

  • Gruesome Cigarette Pack Images Seem to Help Some People Quit
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Many smokers can't shake the haunting FDA-proposed visuals, study finds

  • Women More Prone to Anxiety Than Men, Review Finds
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Westerners also wrestle with the condition more than people in other parts of the world

  • Among U.S. Military, Army Members Face Highest Suicide Risk
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Firearms implicated in about two-thirds of cases, study finds

  • Antibody-Based Therapy Shows Promise Against Stomach Cancer
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Patients with advanced disease lived longer when they received this targeted treatment, research shows

  • Two-Pronged Chemo Helps Some With Advanced Ovarian Cancer
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Study found using both abdomen drip and IV delayed progression of disease

  • Superior Results for Myeloma Drug That's Added Earlier in Treatment
    (06-Jun-2016)
    Response rate doubled for patients with this blood cancer, study finds

  • Many Take Opioids Months After Hip, Knee Replacements
    (03-Jun-2016)
    Study findings highlight growing painkiller addiction epidemic

  • Many Addicts Going Without Meds That Curb Opioid Abuse
    (03-Jun-2016)
    In 2013, just 17 percent were given drugs like naltrexone after hospital discharge, study found

  • For Refugee Children, Support Breeds Success
    (03-Jun-2016)
    Study sees 'potential to perform just as well as their peers'

  • Health Tip: Get Enough Sleep
    (03-Jun-2016)
    You may feel less depressed

  • Many Addicts Going Without Meds That Curb Opioid Abuse
    (03-Jun-2016)
    In 2013, just 17 percent were given drugs like naltrexone after hospital discharge, study found

  • Many Addicts Going Without Meds That Curb Opioid Abuse
    (03-Jun-2016)
    In 2013, just 17 percent were given drugs like naltrexone after hospital discharge, study found

  • Minimally Invasive Hip Surgery Isn't Always the Right Choice
    (03-Jun-2016)
    One-third of older patients may need hip replacement within 2 years, study suggests

  • Cheaper Breast Cancer Drug Does Well in Clinical Trial
    (03-Jun-2016)
    It has similar effectiveness, safety compared to Herceptin for HER2-positive disease

  • Prince Died From Potent Prescription Painkiller: Autopsy
    (02-Jun-2016)
    Music superstar apparent victim of opioid epidemic hitting the U.S., experts say

  • Florida's Tougher Laws May Be Cutting Opioid Prescriptions
    (02-Jun-2016)
    But more measures needed to combat addiction to these pain medications, expert says

  • Mindfulness Meditation Seems to Soothe Breast Cancer Survivors
    (02-Jun-2016)
    Six-week class reduced fear of recurrence, fatigue and anxiety, researchers report

  • Prince Died From Potent Prescription Painkiller: Autopsy
    (02-Jun-2016)
    Music superstar apparent victim of opioid epidemic hitting the U.S., experts say

  • Why Stroke in Middle Age Is More Deadly for Blacks Than Whites
    (02-Jun-2016)
    Attacks come more frequently for blacks at this early age, research shows

  • Low-Dose Aspirin Tied to Longer Colon Cancer Survival
    (02-Jun-2016)
    Study found most benefit seen in those taking the drug before their cancer diagnosis

  • Mindfulness Meditation Seems to Soothe Breast Cancer Survivors
    (02-Jun-2016)
    Six-week class reduced fear of recurrence, fatigue and anxiety, researchers report

  • Florida's Tougher Laws May Be Cutting Opioid Prescriptions
    (02-Jun-2016)
    But more measures needed to combat addiction to these pain medications, expert says

  • Florida's Tougher Laws May Be Cutting Opioid Prescriptions
    (02-Jun-2016)
    But more measures needed to combat addiction to these pain medications, expert says

  • Florida's Tougher Laws May Be Cutting Opioid Prescriptions
    (02-Jun-2016)
    But more measures needed to combat addiction to these pain medications, expert says

  • Mindfulness Meditation Seems to Soothe Breast Cancer Survivors
    (02-Jun-2016)
    Six-week class reduced fear of recurrence, fatigue and anxiety, researchers report

  • Base Quit-Smoking Day on Menstrual Cycle?
    (02-Jun-2016)
    Women may find it easier to say no after ovulation, study says

  • Most Americans Support Rise in Legal Smoking Age
    (01-Jun-2016)
    Survey finds wide support in all regions to raise cutoff to age 19 or older

  • I'll Take the One in the White Coat
    (01-Jun-2016)
    Patients prefer doctors who wear 'professional' attire, survey finds

  • More Americans Engaging in Same-Sex Encounters
    (01-Jun-2016)
    And the number who are OK with homosexuality has quadrupled in last 40 years, survey finds

  • Brain Cancer Treatment Shows Promise in Early Trial
    (01-Jun-2016)
    Injectable virus appears to extend lives of glioblastoma patients

  • Most Americans Support Rise in Legal Smoking Age
    (01-Jun-2016)
    Survey finds wide support in all regions to raise cutoff to age 19 or older

  • Most Smokers Don't Stick With E-Cigarettes
    (31-May-2016)
    'Vaping' only replaces tobacco use for a small group of people, study finds

  • Most Smokers Don't Stick With E-Cigarettes
    (31-May-2016)
    'Vaping' only replaces tobacco use for a small group of people, study finds

  • Scans Spot Brain Region That Misfires in Depressed People
    (31-May-2016)
    Contrary to previous thinking, the habenula is less active during unpleasant experiences

  • Most Smokers Don't Stick With E-Cigarettes
    (31-May-2016)
    'Vaping' only replaces tobacco use for a small group of people, study finds

  • Most Smokers Don't Stick With E-Cigarettes
    (31-May-2016)
    'Vaping' only replaces tobacco use for a small group of people, study finds

  • Lifestyle May Be Key to Improving ADHD in Kids
    (30-May-2016)
    Healthier habits related to exercise and diet could help many with the disorder, researcher says

  • Music Soothes Nervous Eye Surgery Patients
    (27-May-2016)
    Study found those who listened to relaxing tunes before procedure needed less sedation

  • Is Smoking During Pregnancy Tied to Offspring's Schizophrenia Risk?
    (27-May-2016)
    Scientists measured evidence of exposure in the womb and found an association, but not proof

  • Pet Pooch May Help Ease PTSD in Veterans
    (27-May-2016)
    Dogs also helped reduce depression and loneliness, researchers found

  • Is Smoking During Pregnancy Tied to Offspring's Schizophrenia Risk?
    (27-May-2016)
    Scientists measured evidence of exposure in the womb and found an association, but not proof

  • Music Soothes Nervous Eye Surgery Patients
    (27-May-2016)
    Study found those who listened to relaxing tunes before procedure needed less sedation

  • Fewer Inhaled Steroids May Be OK for Asthmatic Children
    (27-May-2016)
    Study suggests some kids don't need daily dosing, but one expert worries the strategy might have risks

  • FDA Approves Implant to Battle Opioid Addiction
    (26-May-2016)
    Experts say steady dosing eliminates need to take medication daily to combat heroin, powerful painkillers

  • Tough Economy, Alcohol Fuels Suicide Risk in Men: Study
    (26-May-2016)
    But similar link not seen for women

  • 1.2 Million U.S. College Students Boozing on Average Day
    (26-May-2016)
    And over 700,000 use marijuana, government report says

  • Tough Economy, Alcohol Fuels Suicide Risk in Men: Study
    (26-May-2016)
    But similar link not seen for women

  • Healthy Living May Offset Genetic Breast Cancer Risk
    (26-May-2016)
    Lifestyle may matter even more when your DNA is working against you, research shows

  • Global Recession May Have Contributed to Cancer Deaths
    (26-May-2016)
    Health-care cuts, unemployment linked to more than 260,000 additional deaths, study finds

  • Fewer U.S. Kids Die From Abusive Head Trauma: CDC
    (26-May-2016)
    Parent training helps prevent shaken baby syndrome, other forms of violence, experts agree

  • 1.2 Million U.S. College Students Boozing on Average Day
    (26-May-2016)
    And over 700,000 use marijuana, government report says

  • Probuphine Implant Approved for Opioid Dependence
    (26-May-2016)
    New form of treatment designed to last six months

  • Tough Economy, Alcohol Fuels Suicide Risk in Men: Study
    (26-May-2016)
    But similar link not seen for women

  • Hepatitis C Patients More Likely to Drink, Study Finds
    (25-May-2016)
    And researchers say alcohol can worsen the chronic liver condition

  • Hepatitis C Patients More Likely to Drink, Study Finds
    (25-May-2016)
    And researchers say alcohol can worsen the chronic liver condition

  • Smoking Harms Black Americans' Kidneys, Study Suggests
    (25-May-2016)
    Researchers say inflammation or cigarette by-product may play a role

  • Air Pollution Tied to Stillbirth in Small Study
    (25-May-2016)
    More research needed to explore potential link

  • Predeployment Riskiest Time for Military Suicide Attempts
    (25-May-2016)
    Two months into service is a pivotal period, study finds

  • Researchers Find 8 Immune Genes in Aggressive Brain Cancer
    (25-May-2016)
    Discovery might eventually lead to better treatment for glioblastoma multiforme

  • Smoking Harms Black Americans' Kidneys, Study Suggests
    (25-May-2016)
    Researchers say inflammation or cigarette by-product may play a role

  • Drink Spiking a Problem on U.S. Campuses
    (24-May-2016)
    Risk of sexual assault much greater for women, study finds

  • Antidepressants Not Just for Depression Any More
    (24-May-2016)
    Other uses include insomnia, pain and anxiety, researchers say

  • Antidepressants Not Just for Depression Any More
    (24-May-2016)
    Other uses include insomnia, pain and anxiety, researchers say

  • Balloon-in-a-Pill May Be New Weight-Loss Tool
    (24-May-2016)
    Those using the device were nearly 7 percent lighter after six months

  • Antidepressants Not Just for Depression Any More
    (24-May-2016)
    Other uses include insomnia, pain and anxiety, researchers say

  • Tai Chi: Rx for Arthritic Knees
    (23-May-2016)
    As effective as physical therapy, study suggests, plus it might also improve depression

  • Too Many Advanced Cancer Patients Lack Info About Their Disease
    (23-May-2016)
    In study, just 1 in 20 terminally ill people understood their prognosis, researchers say

  • Seeing the Sea Soothes Stress
    (21-May-2016)
    But study did not find similar benefit for people living near parks, forests

  • Seeing the Sea Soothes Stress
    (21-May-2016)
    But study did not find similar benefit for people living near parks, forests

  • Frat Brothers Keep Chugging Despite Anti-Booze Efforts
    (20-May-2016)
    What works for other college students doesn't work for those in Greek organizations, study finds

  • Frat Brothers Keep Chugging Despite Anti-Booze Efforts
    (20-May-2016)
    What works for other college students doesn't work for those in Greek organizations, study finds

  • Frat Brothers Keep Chugging Despite Anti-Booze Efforts
    (20-May-2016)
    What works for other college students doesn't work for those in Greek organizations, study finds

  • Frat Brothers Keep Chugging Despite Anti-Booze Efforts
    (20-May-2016)
    What works for other college students doesn't work for those in Greek organizations, study finds

  • Delayed Treatment for Concussion May Prolong Recovery
    (20-May-2016)
    College athletes not evaluated immediately were sidelined 5 days longer, study found

  • Updated Heart Failure Treatment Guidelines Issued
    (20-May-2016)
    Two new drugs added to list of recommended therapies

  • States With More Gun Owners Have More Gun-Related Suicides: Study
    (19-May-2016)
    But only association was found, not cause-and-effect

  • U.S. Motorcycle Deaths Up 10 Percent in Last Year
    (19-May-2016)
    Universal helmet laws would help save lives, report authors say

  • States With More Gun Owners Have More Gun-Related Suicides: Study
    (19-May-2016)
    But only association was found, not cause-and-effect

  • Family Rejection Triples Risk for Suicide Attempts by Transgender People: Study
    (19-May-2016)
    Substance abuse risk also rises when this important 'buffer' to discrimination is removed, researchers say

  • States With More Gun Owners Have More Gun-Related Suicides: Study
    (19-May-2016)
    But only association was found, not cause-and-effect

  • Aspirin After Mini-Stroke May Help Prevent Full-Blown Stroke
    (19-May-2016)
    Study finds risk is reduced by as much as 80 percent

  • FDA Approves New Drug to Treat Bladder Cancer
    (19-May-2016)
    Tecentriq boosted survival in small trial

  • Melanoma Drug Boosting Survival for Many, Study Shows
    (19-May-2016)
    Keytruda also seen prompting remission in 1 in 6 cases

  • Why Heavy Drinking Seems to Boost Desire to Smoke More
    (18-May-2016)
    Study sheds light on how alcohol habit may make it harder to overcome nicotine addiction

  • Why Heavy Drinking Seems to Boost Desire to Smoke More
    (18-May-2016)
    Study sheds light on how alcohol habit may make it harder to overcome nicotine addiction

  • Why Heavy Drinking Seems to Boost Desire to Smoke More
    (18-May-2016)
    Study sheds light on how alcohol habit may make it harder to overcome nicotine addiction

  • Many Smokers Have COPD Symptoms, Without Diagnosis
    (18-May-2016)
    It's not clear how many will go on to have the full-blown respiratory ailment, researchers said

  • Is Monthly Rotation of Medical Residents a Risky Time for Patients?
    (18-May-2016)
    Chances of death increased during transitions in care, study finds, but researchers not sure why

  • Health Tip: Boost Your Mood
    (18-May-2016)
    Suggestions for a brighter day

  • Health Tip: Boost Your Mood
    (18-May-2016)
    Suggestions for a brighter day

  • Why Heavy Drinking Seems to Boost Desire to Smoke More
    (18-May-2016)
    Study sheds light on how alcohol habit may make it harder to overcome nicotine addiction

  • Experts Rank America's 'Fittest Cities' -- Is Yours One of Them?
    (18-May-2016)
    A lower smoking rate helped Washington, D.C., edge out Minneapolis and Denver, report says

  • Early Palliative Care Seems to Help Caregivers, Too
    (18-May-2016)
    Such programs improve quality of life for folks caring for terminal cancer patients, study finds

  • ADHD Can First Appear in Young Adulthood for Some, Study Suggests
    (18-May-2016)
    Research in adult twins finds many had symptoms but no prior history of the disorder

  • Drug Protects Lung Function in Kids With Sickle Cell: Study
    (18-May-2016)
    But many patients don't get hydroxyurea because of fears about 'theoretical' cancer risk, experts say

  • Why Heavy Drinking Seems to Boost Desire to Smoke More
    (18-May-2016)
    Study sheds light on how alcohol habit may make it harder to overcome nicotine addiction

  • Many Smokers Have COPD Symptoms, Without Diagnosis
    (18-May-2016)
    It's not clear how many will go on to have the full-blown respiratory ailment, researchers said

  • Marriage a Buffer Against Drinking Problems?
    (17-May-2016)
    Study found protective benefit for both men and women, but didn't prove cause and effect

  • Middle Schoolers Exposed to Alcohol Ads Every Day: Study
    (17-May-2016)
    Researchers say billboards, signs and TV ads may encourage under-age drinking

  • Marriage a Buffer Against Drinking Problems?
    (17-May-2016)
    Study found protective benefit for both men and women, but didn't prove cause and effect

  • Middle Schoolers Exposed to Alcohol Ads Every Day: Study
    (17-May-2016)
    Researchers say billboards, signs and TV ads may encourage under-age drinking

  • Keep Busy! Stay Sharp!
    (17-May-2016)
    Study suggests a full schedule may enhance your mental prowess

  • How Much Time Is Left? Doctors, Loved Ones Often Disagree
    (17-May-2016)
    But that's not because surrogates misunderstand what they're told, study says

  • Scientists Test 'Magic Mushroom' Chemical for Tough-to-Treat Depression
    (17-May-2016)
    Study of only 12 people suggests it may help some, but more and better research is needed

  • Marriage a Buffer Against Drinking Problems?
    (17-May-2016)
    Study found protective benefit for both men and women, but didn't prove cause and effect

  • Scientists Test 'Magic Mushroom' Chemical for Tough-to-Treat Depression
    (17-May-2016)
    Study of only 12 people suggests it may help some, but more and better research is needed

  • Keep Busy! Stay Sharp!
    (17-May-2016)
    Study suggests a full schedule may enhance your mental prowess

  • HIV Patients Less Likely to Get Treatment for Cancer: Study
    (17-May-2016)
    But it's not clear what's driving the difference in care, researcher says

  • Parents Often Don't Get Rid of Leftover Prescription Opioids
    (16-May-2016)
    Pills in the home offer teens easy access, expert notes

  • More Bars, More Ambulance Calls
    (16-May-2016)
    Local lawmakers should carefully weigh number of liquor licenses, researcher says

  • Half of Heart Attacks Might Be 'Silent'
    (16-May-2016)
    Without typical symptoms, many miss out on crucial medical care, experts say

  • Could Inducing Brief, Mild 'Fever' Help Ease Depression?
    (16-May-2016)
    Small study suggests heating the body might alter brain's serotinin levels, but more research is needed

  • Parents Often Don't Get Rid of Leftover Prescription Opioids
    (16-May-2016)
    Pills in the home offer teens easy access, expert notes

  • Could Inducing Brief, Mild 'Fever' Help Ease Depression?
    (16-May-2016)
    Small study suggests heating the body might alter brain's serotinin levels, but more research is needed

  • Devout Women May Enjoy Better Health
    (16-May-2016)
    They were one-third less likely to die over 20-year period, study suggests

  • Devout Women May Enjoy Better Health
    (16-May-2016)
    They were one-third less likely to die over 20-year period, study suggests

  • Half of Heart Attacks Might Be 'Silent'
    (16-May-2016)
    Without typical symptoms, many miss out on crucial medical care, experts say

  • Booze, High Blood Pressure a Dangerous Mix
    (13-May-2016)
    Study links moderate drinking to heart damage in people with hypertension

  • Facebook's Lure the Same for Young and Old
    (13-May-2016)
    Seniors like to connect with family and friends, too, study finds

  • What Works -- And Doesn't -- to Manage Your Tot's Screen Time
    (13-May-2016)
    Key points: setting regular schedules for media use, and stopping when it feels 'natural,' researchers say

  • Chronic Pain May Trigger Many Cases of Painkiller Addiction: Survey
    (12-May-2016)
    Drug counselors should consider whether people are self-medicating, researchers say

  • Teens Who Eat Lots of Fruit May Lower Their Breast Cancer Risk: Study
    (12-May-2016)
    But second report found women who drink more alcohol over time might increase chances of disease

  • Lithium Beats Newer Meds for Bipolar Disorder, Study Finds
    (12-May-2016)
    Lower rates of self-harm, accidental injury seen

  • Chronic Pain May Trigger Many Cases of Painkiller Addiction: Survey
    (12-May-2016)
    Drug counselors should consider whether people are self-medicating, researchers say

  • Chronic Pain May Trigger Many Cases of Painkiller Addiction: Survey
    (12-May-2016)
    Drug counselors should consider whether people are self-medicating, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Keep Your Head in the Game
    (12-May-2016)
    Suggestions for staying calm

  • Lithium Beats Newer Meds for Bipolar Disorder, Study Finds
    (12-May-2016)
    Lower rates of self-harm, accidental injury seen

  • Many Breast Cancer Patients Try Alternative Medicine First: Study
    (12-May-2016)
    But delay in getting chemotherapy may lower odds of survival, researcher says

  • Disabling Falls Don't Have to Happen
    (12-May-2016)
    Expert advice on how seniors can lower their risk

  • Depression Strikes, Stays With Many Caregivers of Critically Ill
    (11-May-2016)
    One year later, 43 percent were clinically depressed or had depressive symptoms, study found

  • Depression Strikes, Stays With Many Caregivers of Critically Ill
    (11-May-2016)
    One year later, 43 percent were clinically depressed or had depressive symptoms, study found

  • Baby's Immune System Might Hint at Autism Risk
    (11-May-2016)
    Certain 'markers' in newborn blood samples seemed to predict future cases, study found

  • Study: Ex-NFL Players Aren't at Greater Risk for Suicide
    (11-May-2016)
    Rate was lower than would be expected among the general population, researchers say

  • What a Change in DEA's Pot Rules Might Mean for Medical Research
    (11-May-2016)
    Agency could move marijuana to a less strictly regulated class of drugs

  • If 1 in 10 U.S. Smokers Quits, $63 Billion Saved
    (10-May-2016)
    Study finds the health cost benefits come within a year

  • Obesity May Not Take Years Off Your Life: Study
    (10-May-2016)
    Research suggests that 30 percent increased risk for early death has disappeared over the past 4 decades

  • Can the Anesthetic Ketamine Ease Suicidal Thoughts?
    (10-May-2016)
    A small study found that the drug worked quickly in people with major depression

  • If 1 in 10 U.S. Smokers Quits, $63 Billion Saved
    (10-May-2016)
    Study finds the health cost benefits come within a year

  • Can the Anesthetic Ketamine Ease Suicidal Thoughts?
    (10-May-2016)
    A small study found that the drug worked quickly in people with major depression

  • Can the Anesthetic Ketamine Ease Suicidal Thoughts?
    (10-May-2016)
    A small study found that the drug worked quickly in people with major depression

  • Can the Anesthetic Ketamine Ease Suicidal Thoughts?
    (10-May-2016)
    A small study found that the drug worked quickly in people with major depression

  • Child Obesity Rates Drop in Canada
    (09-May-2016)
    Researchers say kids are still heavy, and public health officials can't become complacent

  • Swaddling May Increase Chances of SIDS
    (09-May-2016)
    Study found wrapping blanket tightly around sleeping baby raised risk by almost 60 percent

  • Depressive Episode May Not Always Follow Mania in Bipolar Disorder
    (09-May-2016)
    New study finds anxiety could be a third emotional state highly connected to the condition

  • E-Cigarette Poisonings Skyrocket Among Young Kids: Study
    (09-May-2016)
    Swallowing the liquid nicotine appears to affect kids under 6 the most, data show

  • Depressive Episode May Not Always Follow Mania in Bipolar Disorder
    (09-May-2016)
    New study finds anxiety could be a third emotional state highly connected to the condition

  • Depressive Episode May Not Always Follow Mania in Bipolar Disorder
    (09-May-2016)
    New study finds anxiety could be a third emotional state highly connected to the condition

  • Could Nasal Spray Curtail Nighttime Bathroom Trips?
    (09-May-2016)
    Exercise also touted as an answer to 'nocturia'

  • E-Cigarette Poisonings Skyrocket Among Young Kids: Study
    (09-May-2016)
    Swallowing the liquid nicotine appears to affect kids under 6 the most, data show

  • HIV Decline Falls Short of U.S. 5-Year Goal
    (06-May-2016)
    But some progress seen in reducing new infections, transmission

  • Harsh Parenting May Harm a Child's Physical Health
    (06-May-2016)
    Problems might last into early adulthood, study suggests

  • Young LGBT Adults Are Target of FDA Stop-Smoking Campaign
    (06-May-2016)
    Tobacco use is common among these 18- to 24-year-olds, agency says

  • FDA Banning E-Cigarette Sales to Minors
    (06-May-2016)
    Agency also wants other retail restrictions on access to vaping products

  • Does a Deep Voice Draw Women?
    (06-May-2016)
    Study suggests a booming baritone is meant more to intimidate male rivals

  • Young LGBT Adults Are Target of FDA Stop-Smoking Campaign
    (06-May-2016)
    Tobacco use is common among these 18- to 24-year-olds, agency says

  • FDA Banning E-Cigarette Sales to Minors
    (06-May-2016)
    Agency also wants other retail restrictions on access to vaping products

  • Health Tip: Is Your Child an Emotional Eater?
    (06-May-2016)
    Here are potential warning signs

  • HIV Decline Falls Short of U.S. 5-Year Goal
    (06-May-2016)
    But some progress seen in reducing new infections, transmission

  • Is Daily Blood Thinner Needed for Irregular Heartbeat?
    (06-May-2016)
    Smartphone app may help some people with atrial fibrillation take drugs 'as needed,' study suggests

  • Health Tip: Are E-Cigarettes Safe?
    (06-May-2016)
    CDC, FDA say 'no'

  • Addicts Using Diarrhea Drug Imodium to Get High
    (05-May-2016)
    Trend is increasing among those who can't get opioid prescription painkillers, experts say

  • Stay Lean, Live Longer
    (05-May-2016)
    Researchers found slimmest people had lowest chances of dying in two studies

  • Addicts Using Diarrhea Drug Imodium to Get High
    (05-May-2016)
    Trend is increasing among those who can't get opioid prescription painkillers, experts say

  • Some Teen Girls Coerced Into Pregnancy: Study
    (05-May-2016)
    Small review finds high schoolers as young as 14 have had boyfriends who control their reproductive choices

  • Restoring Blood Flow Beats Exercise for Poor Leg Circulation
    (05-May-2016)
    Opening vessels could prevent new scarring in muscles, researchers say

  • Persistent Critical Illness May Keep Patients From Leaving ICU
    (05-May-2016)
    5 percent of the millions who enter intensive care units use up one-third of ICU resources, study finds

  • Fatty Foods, Drowsy Days
    (04-May-2016)
    Study found men who preferred fat-filled fare were more likely to be habitually sleepy

  • Seniors: Pump Iron, Live Longer
    (04-May-2016)
    Twice-weekly strength training cut risk of dying during 15-year study

  • Medical Errors: A Hidden Killer
    (04-May-2016)
    Study claims they're the 3rd leading cause of U.S. deaths, but CDC doesn't track such data

  • Health Tip: Focus on the Positive
    (03-May-2016)
    And don't dwell on the negative

  • Does TV Influence Which Alcohol Teens Favor?
    (02-May-2016)
    Study finds the more kids see a brand on shows, the more likely they'll drink it

  • Does TV Influence Which Alcohol Teens Favor?
    (02-May-2016)
    Study finds the more kids see a brand on shows, the more likely they'll drink it

  • Bullying Can Turn Victims Into Bullies
    (02-May-2016)
    Greater risk for aggressive behavior when both cyberbullying and in-person taunting took place, study found

  • 'Wandering' a Hazard for More Than a Third of Kids With Autism
    (02-May-2016)
    In study, many were unaware they might be in danger, couldn't distinguish strangers from people they knew

  • Desperate for Shut-Eye?
    (02-May-2016)
    Physicians' group recommends cognitive behavioral therapy before drugs for insomnia

  • 'Wandering' a Hazard for More Than a Third of Kids With Autism
    (02-May-2016)
    In study, many were unaware they might be in danger, couldn't distinguish strangers from people they knew

  • Even Non-Obese Report Better Mood, Sex Drive After Dieting
    (02-May-2016)
    Calorie cutters said their sleep and relationships improved, too

  • Desperate for Shut-Eye?
    (02-May-2016)
    Physicians' group recommends cognitive behavioral therapy before drugs for insomnia

  • Even Non-Obese Report Better Mood, Sex Drive After Dieting
    (02-May-2016)
    Calorie cutters said their sleep and relationships improved, too

  • Desperate for Shut-Eye?
    (02-May-2016)
    Physicians' group recommends cognitive behavioral therapy before drugs for insomnia

  • E-Cigarettes 'In' at Some Schools
    (29-Apr-2016)
    In certain places, teens more likely to vape, regardless of regular cigarette use, study says

  • Jello Shots While Underage, Bigger Booze Problems Later?
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Study suggests the alcohol-soaked products are early sign of trouble

  • Health Tip: Avoid Alcohol While Nursing
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Help keep baby safe

  • Jello Shots While Underage, Bigger Booze Problems Later?
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Study suggests the alcohol-soaked products are early sign of trouble

  • Many Manly Men Avoid Needed Health Care
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Gender stereotypes can have dangerous consequences, research suggests

  • E-Cigarettes 'In' at Some Schools
    (29-Apr-2016)
    In certain places, teens more likely to vape, regardless of regular cigarette use, study says

  • Smog May Boost Risk for Several Cancers
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Study finds even small increases in pollution raised overall odds of dying from disease by 22 percent

  • Seniors' Worsening Depression May Sometimes Predict Dementia
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Study suggests a common underlying cause in some, but not all, cases

  • Link Between Money Woes, Domestic Abuse Tough to Untangle
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Researchers trying to determine if financial troubles lead to violence

  • Many Manly Men Avoid Needed Health Care
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Gender stereotypes can have dangerous consequences, research suggests

  • Seniors' Worsening Depression May Sometimes Predict Dementia
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Study suggests a common underlying cause in some, but not all, cases

  • If You're Craving Cookies, You Might Just Be Bored
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Dull times lead to unhealthy choices, including chips, sweets and fast food, studies find

  • E-Cigarettes 'In' at Some Schools
    (29-Apr-2016)
    In certain places, teens more likely to vape, regardless of regular cigarette use, study says

  • 'You've Got Cancer' Can Take Devastating Mental Toll
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Study finds higher rates of depression, anxiety, substance abuse just before and after a diagnosis

  • 'You've Got Cancer' Can Take Devastating Mental Toll
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Study finds higher rates of depression, anxiety, substance abuse just before and after a diagnosis

  • 'You've Got Cancer' Can Take Devastating Mental Toll
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Study finds higher rates of depression, anxiety, substance abuse just before and after a diagnosis

  • Got Unwanted Pills? Drug Take-Back Day Is April 30
    (28-Apr-2016)
    National effort coordinates drop-off sites to keep prescriptions out of the hands of abusers

  • 'You've Got Cancer' Can Take Devastating Mental Toll
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Study finds higher rates of depression, anxiety, substance abuse just before and after a diagnosis

  • Got Unwanted Pills? Drug Take-Back Day Is April 30
    (28-Apr-2016)
    National effort coordinates drop-off sites to keep prescriptions out of the hands of abusers

  • Got Unwanted Pills? Drug Take-Back Day Is April 30
    (28-Apr-2016)
    National effort coordinates drop-off sites to keep prescriptions out of the hands of abusers

  • 'You've Got Cancer' Can Take Devastating Mental Toll
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Study finds higher rates of depression, anxiety, substance abuse just before and after a diagnosis

  • Could a Cellular Tweak Someday 'Switch Off' Gray Hair?
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Scientists spot a molecular signal controlling skin and hair color

  • Mindfulness Therapy May Help Ease Recurrent Depression
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Review of 9 studies suggests it helps patients better cope with troubling thoughts and emotions

  • Mindfulness Therapy May Help Ease Recurrent Depression
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Review of 9 studies suggests it helps patients better cope with troubling thoughts and emotions

  • Mindfulness Therapy May Help Ease Recurrent Depression
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Review of 9 studies suggests it helps patients better cope with troubling thoughts and emotions

  • Young Gay, Bisexual Men May Be at Higher Risk for Suicide, Study Finds
    (27-Apr-2016)
    They were much more likely to attempt to harm themselves than older counterparts, and blacks were also vulnerable

  • Young Gay, Bisexual Men May Be at Higher Risk for Suicide, Study Finds
    (27-Apr-2016)
    They were much more likely to attempt to harm themselves than older counterparts, and blacks were also vulnerable

  • Kids From Poorer Families May Have Worse Food Allergy Care
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Parents often have fewer dollars for medication, preventive measures, study finds

  • Mindfulness Therapy May Help Ease Recurrent Depression
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Review of 9 studies suggests it helps patients better cope with troubling thoughts and emotions

  • Sleep Doesn't Come Easy to Those With Brain Injuries
    (27-Apr-2016)
    And that may affect daytime performance at work or school, research suggests

  • Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements Might Boost Antidepressants' Effects
    (26-Apr-2016)
    Data from 8 randomized clinical trials suggests a benefit, but consult with your doctor first, experts say

  • Early Emotional Support May Help Kids Manage Feelings Later
    (26-Apr-2016)
    Preschool children given high levels of caring showed specific brain changes

  • Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements Might Boost Antidepressants' Effects
    (26-Apr-2016)
    Data from 8 randomized clinical trials suggests a benefit, but consult with your doctor first, experts say

  • Early Emotional Support May Help Kids Manage Feelings Later
    (26-Apr-2016)
    Preschool children given high levels of caring showed specific brain changes

  • Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements Might Boost Antidepressants' Effects
    (26-Apr-2016)
    Data from 8 randomized clinical trials suggests a benefit, but consult with your doctor first, experts say

  • E-Cigarette Ads May Help Lure Teens to the Habit: Study
    (25-Apr-2016)
    Researchers, experts call for ban on such promotions, much like what happened with tobacco cigarette ads

  • E-Cigarette Ads May Help Lure Teens to the Habit: Study
    (25-Apr-2016)
    Researchers, experts call for ban on such promotions, much like what happened with tobacco cigarette ads

  • E-Cigarette Ads May Help Lure Teens to the Habit: Study
    (25-Apr-2016)
    Researchers, experts call for ban on such promotions, much like what happened with tobacco cigarette ads

  • E-Cigarette Ads May Help Lure Teens to the Habit: Study
    (25-Apr-2016)
    Researchers, experts call for ban on such promotions, much like what happened with tobacco cigarette ads

  • Expert Offers Advice on Treating Corns, Calluses
    (24-Apr-2016)
    Hardened skin patches often caused by friction, dermatologist says

  • Painkiller Addiction Relapse More Likely for Some
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Later age when first taking drugs, injecting drugs, using tranquilizers all implicated, study says

  • Most Americans Turn to Prayer for Healing, Survey Finds
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Nearly 9 out of 10 have asked for divine intervention for someone else

  • U.S. Suicide Rate Up 24 Percent Since 1999: CDC
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Rates climbed the most among middle-aged men and girls aged 10 to 14

  • FDA Proposes Ban on 'Shock' Device Used to Curb Self-Harm
    (22-Apr-2016)
    The therapy carries too many risks that updated labeling can't eliminate, the agency says

  • No Link Between Anti-Smoking Drugs, Mental Health Issues: Study
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Meds like Chantix and Wellbutrin may be safer to use than smokers often realize, research suggests

  • U.S. Suicide Rate Up 24 Percent Since 1999: CDC
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Rates climbed the most among middle-aged men and girls aged 10 to 14

  • Heavy Pot Use in Teen Years Linked to Shortened Life
    (22-Apr-2016)
    But Swedish study couldn't prove marijuana caused premature deaths

  • Heavy Pot Use in Teen Years Linked to Shortened Life
    (22-Apr-2016)
    But Swedish study couldn't prove marijuana caused premature deaths

  • Retirement Can Be Golden for Your Health
    (22-Apr-2016)
    When people stop working, they sit less, move more and get a better night's sleep, study says

  • No Link Between Anti-Smoking Drugs, Mental Health Issues: Study
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Meds like Chantix and Wellbutrin may be safer to use than smokers often realize, research suggests

  • Most Americans Turn to Prayer for Healing, Survey Finds
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Nearly 9 out of 10 have asked for divine intervention for someone else

  • U.S. Suicide Rate Up 24 Percent Since 1999: CDC
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Rates climbed the most among middle-aged men and girls aged 10 to 14

  • No Link Between Anti-Smoking Drugs, Mental Health Issues: Study
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Meds like Chantix and Wellbutrin may be safer to use than smokers often realize, research suggests

  • FDA Proposes Ban on 'Shock' Device Used to Curb Self-Harm
    (22-Apr-2016)
    The therapy carries too many risks that updated labeling can't eliminate, the agency says

  • Most Americans Turn to Prayer for Healing, Survey Finds
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Nearly 9 out of 10 have asked for divine intervention for someone else

  • U.S. Suicide Rate Up 24 Percent Since 1999: CDC
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Rates climbed the most among middle-aged men and girls aged 10 to 14

  • Celebrity Cases May Help Spur Rise in Double Mastectomies
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Many women now think it's the best treatment for breast cancer, study suggests

  • FDA Proposes Ban on 'Shock' Device Used to Curb Self-Harm
    (22-Apr-2016)
    The therapy carries too many risks that updated labeling can't eliminate, the agency says

  • No Link Between Anti-Smoking Drugs, Mental Health Issues: Study
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Meds like Chantix and Wellbutrin may be safer to use than smokers often realize, research suggests

  • Alcohol, Processed Meats May Raise Stomach Cancer Risk
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Excess weight also seems to boost chances of disease, and risk increases as three factors increase, researchers report

  • Alcohol, Processed Meats May Raise Stomach Cancer Risk
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Excess weight also seems to boost chances of disease, and risk increases as three factors increase, researchers report

  • Eating Disorders Seem More Common in Schools Where Girls Predominate
    (21-Apr-2016)
    And schools with kids from more educated parents also had higher rates, study found

  • Nagging Your Kids About Weight Might Backfire
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Children added pounds if parents thought they were heavy, research suggests

  • Eating Disorders Seem More Common in Schools Where Girls Predominate
    (21-Apr-2016)
    And schools with kids from more educated parents also had higher rates, study found

  • Teen Moms May Ignore Advice for Helping Babies Sleep Safely
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Awareness of SIDS risk didn't spur young mothers to follow recommendations, study finds

  • Anatomy May Be Key to Female Orgasm
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Location of clitoris appears to make all the difference, researchers say

  • Rich-Poor Life Expectancy Gap Shrinking for U.S. Youth
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Policies to boost health among poorer Americans may be paying off, researchers say

  • Common Class of Breast Cancer Drugs May Not Trigger 'Chemo Brain': Study
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Anthracyclines are widely used, but new research finds no link between the meds and survivors' mental function

  • Nagging Your Kids About Weight Might Backfire
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Children added pounds if parents thought they were heavy, research suggests

  • Common Class of Breast Cancer Drugs May Not Trigger 'Chemo Brain': Study
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Anthracyclines are widely used, but new research finds no link between the meds and survivors' mental function

  • Talk Therapy May Help Depressed Teens Who Shun Antidepressants
    (20-Apr-2016)
    Cognitive behavioral therapy can help boost mood without drugs, experts say

  • Talk Therapy May Help Depressed Teens Who Shun Antidepressants
    (20-Apr-2016)
    Cognitive behavioral therapy can help boost mood without drugs, experts say

  • Previous Mental Distress May Slow Concussion Recovery
    (20-Apr-2016)
    If 'psychosomatic symptoms' were present before head injury, it took twice as long for most athletes to get better, study found

  • How the Brain Reads Other People's Faces
    (20-Apr-2016)
    Researchers say they spot region that decodes facial movements, such as a slight smile or furrowed brow

  • Lonely, Isolated People May Be Prone to Heart Disease, Stroke
    (20-Apr-2016)
    Study found social isolation raised the risk by 30 percent

  • Talk Therapy May Help Depressed Teens Who Shun Antidepressants
    (20-Apr-2016)
    Cognitive behavioral therapy can help boost mood without drugs, experts say

  • Warfarin Can Be Safe, Effective for People With Irregular Heartbeat
    (20-Apr-2016)
    Study supports well-managed use of the cheap, standby drug, but one expert prefers newer blood thinners

  • Talk Therapy May Help Depressed Teens Who Shun Antidepressants
    (20-Apr-2016)
    Cognitive behavioral therapy can help boost mood without drugs, experts say

  • Sexual Trauma in Military May Lead to Homelessness: Study
    (20-Apr-2016)
    Rates were doubled for vets who had suffered this type of abuse

  • More Evidence Gay Parents Raise Well-Adjusted Kids
    (19-Apr-2016)
    Latest study found no differences in general health, mental health or learning abilities

  • FDA Launches Ad Campaign Against Chewing Tobacco
    (19-Apr-2016)
    Health officials targeting rural teens with messages about health risks of smokeless tobacco products

  • 'Palliative Care' Gets a Bad Rap, Study Finds
    (19-Apr-2016)
    Rebranding of name might reduce stigma among cancer patients and their families, researchers say

  • More Evidence Gay Parents Raise Well-Adjusted Kids
    (19-Apr-2016)
    Latest study found no differences in general health, mental health or learning abilities

  • FDA Launches Ad Campaign Against Chewing Tobacco
    (19-Apr-2016)
    Health officials targeting rural teens with messages about health risks of smokeless tobacco products

  • Many U.S. Adults Think Kids' Health Is Worse Today
    (18-Apr-2016)
    They also think children have higher stress levels, less family time, poorer coping skills and personal friendships, survey finds

  • Have Scientists Found 'Virginity Genes'?
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Study suggests link between timing of first sex, first baby and DNA

  • Depression Common for Heart Attack Survivors, And More May Need Help
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Swedish study found patients were often depressed, but fewer than half got treatment

  • Have Scientists Found 'Virginity Genes'?
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Study suggests link between timing of first sex, first baby and DNA

  • Depression Common for Heart Attack Survivors, And More May Need Help
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Swedish study found patients were often depressed, but fewer than half got treatment

  • Toddlers' Sweet Tooth a Weight-Gain Danger, Study Confirms
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Tots who favored sugary snacks over salty ones tended to be heavier by age 3, researchers found

  • Many U.S. Adults Think Kids' Health Is Worse Today
    (18-Apr-2016)
    They also think children have higher stress levels, less family time, poorer coping skills and personal friendships, survey finds

  • Depression Common for Heart Attack Survivors, And More May Need Help
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Swedish study found patients were often depressed, but fewer than half got treatment

  • Many U.S. Adults Think Kids' Health Is Worse Today
    (18-Apr-2016)
    They also think children have higher stress levels, less family time, poorer coping skills and personal friendships, survey finds

  • Generic Hepatitis C Drugs as Effective as Pricey Brand Names: Study
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Inexpensive antivirals could be a game-changer in many countries, researchers say

  • Many Breast Cancer Patients May Not Need Chemo: Study
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Genetic test can help doctors determine who can safely avoid treatment after surgery

  • Drug Seems to Extend Survival for Advanced Melanoma Patients
    (18-Apr-2016)
    One-third of study participants lived 5 years or more after starting treatment

  • Metformin Safer for Heart Than Other Common Type 2 Diabetes Drugs: Study
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Large analysis found up to 40 percent lower risk of heart disease death versus sulfonylureas

  • Pair Gamblers Anonymous With Other Treatments for Best Results
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Popular 12-step program for problem gamblers may not address related needs, research suggests

  • Pair Gamblers Anonymous With Other Treatments for Best Results
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Popular 12-step program for problem gamblers may not address related needs, research suggests

  • The Keys to an Effective Apology
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Researchers cite 6 main elements, including regret and responsibility

  • Depression More Common in Kids Who Join Gangs, Study Finds
    (15-Apr-2016)
    And mental health problems, such as suicidal thoughts, seemed to worsen after they joined

  • Diabetes Steals Years, Adds Disabilities
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Middle-aged adults will lose more than 3 years because of the disease, study estimates

  • Low-Fat Diets May Help Older Women With Breast Cancer Survive Longer: Study
    (15-Apr-2016)
    A decade after diagnosis, there were 20 percent fewer deaths when compared to women in usual diet group

  • Depression More Common in Kids Who Join Gangs, Study Finds
    (15-Apr-2016)
    And mental health problems, such as suicidal thoughts, seemed to worsen after they joined

  • Depression More Common in Kids Who Join Gangs, Study Finds
    (15-Apr-2016)
    And mental health problems, such as suicidal thoughts, seemed to worsen after they joined

  • Pair Gamblers Anonymous With Other Treatments for Best Results
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Popular 12-step program for problem gamblers may not address related needs, research suggests

  • Depression More Common in Kids Who Join Gangs, Study Finds
    (15-Apr-2016)
    And mental health problems, such as suicidal thoughts, seemed to worsen after they joined

  • Pair Gamblers Anonymous With Other Treatments for Best Results
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Popular 12-step program for problem gamblers may not address related needs, research suggests

  • Depression More Common in Kids Who Join Gangs, Study Finds
    (15-Apr-2016)
    And mental health problems, such as suicidal thoughts, seemed to worsen after they joined

  • Pair Gamblers Anonymous With Other Treatments for Best Results
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Popular 12-step program for problem gamblers may not address related needs, research suggests

  • Only Half of Rectal Cancer Patients Get Recommended Treatment: Study
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Uninsured and minority patients had lower odds of receiving standard therapies, researchers found

  • Early Stage Breast Cancer Does Need Treatment, Study Finds
    (15-Apr-2016)
    Experts say surgery, not observation, is best for cancer confined to milk ducts

  • No Drop in Teen Use of Tobacco Products, CDC Says, and E-Cigs May Be Why
    (14-Apr-2016)
    Electronic smoking devices have now eclipsed traditional cigarettes as most widely used product among kids

  • No Drop in Teen Use of Tobacco Products, CDC Says, and E-Cigs May Be Why
    (14-Apr-2016)
    Electronic smoking devices have now eclipsed traditional cigarettes as most widely used product among kids

  • Study Links Green Spaces to Longer Lives for Women
    (14-Apr-2016)
    Among the findings: living with lush vegetation tied to a 13 percent lower rate of cancer death

  • No Drop in Teen Use of Tobacco Products, CDC Says, and E-Cigs May Be Why
    (14-Apr-2016)
    Electronic smoking devices have now eclipsed traditional cigarettes as most widely used product among kids

  • Alcohol Sales Dropped After Maryland Raised Liquor Tax
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Study finding suggests the tactic could help to reduce harmful effect of excess drinking, researcher says

  • Alcohol Sales Dropped After Maryland Raised Liquor Tax
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Study finding suggests the tactic could help to reduce harmful effect of excess drinking, researcher says

  • Does Exercise Help or Hinder Your Diet?
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Research shows a workout dulls the appetite, at least temporarily

  • Even Light Hookah Use May Cause Airway Problems
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Scientists found lung cell abnormalities in those who smoke from the pipes occasionally

  • Even Light Hookah Use May Cause Airway Problems
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Scientists found lung cell abnormalities in those who smoke from the pipes occasionally

  • Study Questions Health Value of Switching From Butter to Vegetable Oils
    (13-Apr-2016)
    But nutritionists stick by advice to lower saturated fat intake from meat, dairy products

  • Even Light Hookah Use May Cause Airway Problems
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Scientists found lung cell abnormalities in those who smoke from the pipes occasionally

  • Implanted Brain Chip Restores Hand Movement to Quadriplegic Man
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Technology bypasses damaged spinal cord to help patient move fingers, hand and wrist

  • Spinal Fusion Not Always Necessary for Back Pain, Studies Say
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Some patients may benefit from a simpler procedure called decompression

  • Even Light Hookah Use May Cause Airway Problems
    (13-Apr-2016)
    Scientists found lung cell abnormalities in those who smoke from the pipes occasionally

  • Teenage Girls Now Try Alcohol Before Boys Do: Study
    (12-Apr-2016)
    When it comes to drinking, the gender gap is disappearing, experts say

  • Study: Many Vets Struggle With Suicidal Thoughts, Need More Help From VA
    (12-Apr-2016)
    Survey reveals 65 percent who considered suicide have never received mental health treatment

  • As States Raise Speed Limits, Road Deaths Rise, Report Finds
    (12-Apr-2016)
    Researchers estimate there were 33,000 additional fatalities over past 2 decades

  • Severe Depression Linked to Dementia in Seniors
    (12-Apr-2016)
    As depression worsens, the risk of thinking and memory problems may double, research suggests

  • Study: Many Vets Struggle With Suicidal Thoughts, Need More Help From VA
    (12-Apr-2016)
    Survey reveals 65 percent who considered suicide have never received mental health treatment

  • Severe Depression Linked to Dementia in Seniors
    (12-Apr-2016)
    As depression worsens, the risk of thinking and memory problems may double, research suggests

  • Severe Depression Linked to Dementia in Seniors
    (12-Apr-2016)
    As depression worsens, the risk of thinking and memory problems may double, research suggests

  • Study: Many Vets Struggle With Suicidal Thoughts, Need More Help From VA
    (12-Apr-2016)
    Survey reveals 65 percent who considered suicide have never received mental health treatment

  • Doctors Often Overestimate Promise of Newly Approved Drugs
    (12-Apr-2016)
    Many misinterpret FDA 'breakthrough' designation, survey finds

  • Besides Your Lungs, Smoking May Harm Your Job Prospects, Paycheck
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Income difference works out to more than $8,000 annually, study finds

  • Life-Saving Health Care in Poor Nations Would Cost $5 Per Person: Study
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Money could expand basic health care services for mothers, babies and children in 74 nations

  • Your Income, Hometown May Be Key to Your Lifespan
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Certain areas in U.S. trend toward shorter lives, and poverty lowers life expectancy across the board, study finds

  • ER Screenings Could Help Prevent Suicide: Study
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Checking patients for risk factors should be part of routine ER care, researcher says

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Tied to Depression
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Study found a 23 percent increased risk compared to men who received other treatments, but overall risk relatively low

  • Ridding U.S. of Hepatitis B, C as 'Public Health Problem' Possible: Experts
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Vaccine for hepatitis B and drugs that cure hepatitis C infection are giving health officials new hope

  • Marriage May Be a Cancer Fighter
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Study suggests patients with spouses have survival advantage over single people battling disease

  • Besides Your Lungs, Smoking May Harm Your Job Prospects, Paycheck
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Income difference works out to more than $8,000 annually, study finds

  • ER Screenings Could Help Prevent Suicide: Study
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Checking patients for risk factors should be part of routine ER care, researcher says

  • ER Screenings Could Help Prevent Suicide: Study
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Checking patients for risk factors should be part of routine ER care, researcher says

  • Cheap Tape May Keep Blisters Off Runners' Feet
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Researchers find an easy, effective solution to a perennial problem

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Tied to Depression
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Study found a 23 percent increased risk compared to men who received other treatments, but overall risk relatively low

  • Besides Your Lungs, Smoking May Harm Your Job Prospects, Paycheck
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Income difference works out to more than $8,000 annually, study finds

  • Underweight or Obese Women Who Drink and Smoke May Have Higher Asthma Risk
    (09-Apr-2016)
    Link was less pronounced in men, research finds

  • Underweight or Obese Women Who Drink and Smoke May Have Higher Asthma Risk
    (09-Apr-2016)
    Link was less pronounced in men, research finds

  • Underweight or Obese Women Who Drink and Smoke May Have Higher Asthma Risk
    (09-Apr-2016)
    Link was less pronounced in men, research finds

  • Underweight or Obese Women Who Drink and Smoke May Have Higher Asthma Risk
    (09-Apr-2016)
    Link was less pronounced in men, research finds

  • Smoking Rates Stall Among Young Blacks
    (08-Apr-2016)
    Progress in anti-smoking campaigns slows as tobacco companies ramp up marketing in black neighborhoods, study says

  • Driving Curfews May Curb Teen Crime: Study
    (08-Apr-2016)
    Long-term reductions in arrests were seen when new drivers were limited to daytime hours

  • Freezing Technique May Ease 'Phantom Limb' Pain for Amputees
    (08-Apr-2016)
    Targeted treatment of nerve and scar tissue found to improve symptoms in small study

  • Smoking Rates Stall Among Young Blacks
    (08-Apr-2016)
    Progress in anti-smoking campaigns slows as tobacco companies ramp up marketing in black neighborhoods, study says

  • Sleepy Teens Are Risk-Taking Teens
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Sleep deprivation leads to unsafe behaviors, CDC researchers say

  • Predicting Longevity May Be Simpler Than Thought
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Study found age-related changes in DNA were not as accurate as factors such as age and mobility

  • Sleepy Teens Are Risk-Taking Teens
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Sleep deprivation leads to unsafe behaviors, CDC researchers say

  • Happy Marriage May Prompt Men to Get Colonoscopy: Study
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Women encourage healthful behaviors in their husbands, but look to others for advice about their own preventive care

  • A Few Key Steps Can Protect Your Heart and Kidneys
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Study cites smoking, body fat, exercise, blood pressure among factors to pay attention to

  • FDA Approves First Wire-Free Pacemaker
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Heart experts explain that wire lead in typical pacemakers can malfunction and need repair

  • A Few Key Steps Can Protect Your Heart and Kidneys
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Study cites smoking, body fat, exercise, blood pressure among factors to pay attention to

  • The Health Risks Posed by Mindless Munching
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Being more aware of your food might help improve cholesterol and blood sugar levels, study suggests

  • Opioid Painkiller May Be New Treatment for Heroin Addicts
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Study finds hydromorphone an effective, widely available, licensed choice

  • Opioid Painkiller May Be New Treatment for Heroin Addicts
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Study finds hydromorphone an effective, widely available, licensed choice

  • Opioid Painkiller May Be New Treatment for Heroin Addicts
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Study finds hydromorphone an effective, widely available, licensed choice

  • The Health Risks Posed by Mindless Munching
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Being more aware of your food might help improve cholesterol and blood sugar levels, study suggests

  • Many of Oldest Old Say They're at Peace With Dying
    (05-Apr-2016)
    Study finds most people over 95 are simply grateful for every day

  • Vitamin D Boosts Heart Function in Study
    (05-Apr-2016)
    When given to heart failure patients, it improved organ's pumping ability, researchers say

  • Cost of Insulin Rises Threefold in Just a Decade: Study
    (05-Apr-2016)
    Since 2010, per-person costs topped spending on all other diabetes drugs combined

  • Most Americans Want to Learn How to Help Those Injured in Disasters
    (05-Apr-2016)
    Poll found many would assist in stopping bleeding if shootings, accidents occurred

  • Loose Bristles From Grill-Cleaning Brushes May Pose Dangers
    (04-Apr-2016)
    Study found they can stick to food and cause mouth, throat and stomach injuries

  • Study: Smoking Hikes Chances of Early Death for Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients
    (04-Apr-2016)
    But risk declines after quitting, researchers find

  • Study: Smoking Hikes Chances of Early Death for Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients
    (04-Apr-2016)
    But risk declines after quitting, researchers find

  • Scientists Try to Stop Another Deadly Virus
    (04-Apr-2016)
    Junin, an Ebola-like disease in Argentina, has a death rate of 20 to 30 percent

  • Treating Depression Might Help Stem Heart Woes: Study
    (04-Apr-2016)
    Effective treatment shown to lower risk of major cardiovascular complications, researchers report

  • Women's Sex Lives Get a Boost After Non-Surgical Fibroid Treatment
    (04-Apr-2016)
    Doctors say women need to know about this less-invasive option, although it's not suitable for all

  • Study: Smoking Hikes Chances of Early Death for Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients
    (04-Apr-2016)
    But risk declines after quitting, researchers find

  • Women's Sex Lives Get a Boost After Non-Surgical Fibroid Treatment
    (04-Apr-2016)
    Doctors say women need to know about this less-invasive option, although it's not suitable for all

  • Non-Surgical Procedure May Be New Weight-Loss Tool
    (04-Apr-2016)
    In preliminary study, 'bariatric artery embolization' shows some promise

  • Study: Smoking Hikes Chances of Early Death for Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients
    (04-Apr-2016)
    But risk declines after quitting, researchers find

  • Booze-Branded Merchandise May Spur Teen Drinking
    (01-Apr-2016)
    Studies show link between owning alcohol-related items and youth alcohol use

  • Pediatricians Vary Widely in Diagnosing ADHD, Depression
    (01-Apr-2016)
    5 years of data show 15 percent of kids diagnosed with mental health condition; most prescribed drugs

  • Right Neighborhood May Mean 90 Extra Minutes of Exercise a Week
    (01-Apr-2016)
    10-nation study shows those in activity-friendly urban areas walk a lot more

  • A New Health Perk for Coffee Drinkers?
    (01-Apr-2016)
    The brew, in any form, might cut colon cancer risk; the more you drink, the lower the risk, study suggests

  • Right Neighborhood May Mean 90 Extra Minutes of Exercise a Week
    (01-Apr-2016)
    10-nation study shows those in activity-friendly urban areas walk a lot more

  • Pediatricians Vary Widely in Diagnosing ADHD, Depression
    (01-Apr-2016)
    5 years of data show 15 percent of kids diagnosed with mental health condition; most prescribed drugs

  • Pediatricians Vary Widely in Diagnosing ADHD, Depression
    (01-Apr-2016)
    5 years of data show 15 percent of kids diagnosed with mental health condition; most prescribed drugs

  • Web Searches for E-Cigs Focus on Buying
    (01-Apr-2016)
    Analysis shows rare interest in health effects, even though the devices touted as quit-smoking aids, researchers report

  • Booze-Branded Merchandise May Spur Teen Drinking
    (01-Apr-2016)
    Studies show link between owning alcohol-related items and youth alcohol use

  • Is Seniors' Dental Health Tied to Mental Health?
    (01-Apr-2016)
    Declines in one seem to mirror declines in the other, but cause-and-effect isn't clear, study says

  • Mindfulness Training May Ease PTSD
    (01-Apr-2016)
    Study of war veterans shows the therapy triggers brain changes that seem to help manage thoughts, memories

  • Web Searches for E-Cigs Focus on Buying
    (01-Apr-2016)
    Analysis shows rare interest in health effects, even though the devices touted as quit-smoking aids, researchers report

  • Mindfulness Training May Ease PTSD
    (01-Apr-2016)
    Study of war veterans shows the therapy triggers brain changes that seem to help manage thoughts, memories

  • Even Controlled, Epilepsy May Still Cause Problems for Kids
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Study finds social and educational issues may be a concern as children get older

  • The 'Not Face' Needs No Translation
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Across cultures and languages, the negative look remains the same, researchers find

  • Evening Snacking Might Raise Odds for Breast Cancer's Return
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Women who fasted less than 13 hours had 36 percent higher risk of cancer recurrence, researchers say

  • U.S. Autism Rate Unchanged at 1 in 68 Kids: CDC
    (31-Mar-2016)
    It's not yet clear if the rate will stabilize over the long-term, experts say

  • Even Controlled, Epilepsy May Still Cause Problems for Kids
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Study finds social and educational issues may be a concern as children get older

  • Smoking During Pregnancy Seems to Alter Fetal DNA, Study Finds
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Discovery could help explain link between expectant moms' tobacco use and kids' health problems

  • Flu Shot Might Cut Stillbirth Risk
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Australian researchers find possible link in large-scale study

  • Even Controlled, Epilepsy May Still Cause Problems for Kids
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Study finds social and educational issues may be a concern as children get older

  • Great American Smokeout Stands Out Among 'Awareness Days'
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Study detected about 61,000 more online searches and tweets on quitting smoking that day

  • U.S. Autism Rate Unchanged at 1 in 68 Kids: CDC
    (31-Mar-2016)
    It's not yet clear if the rate will stabilize over the long-term, experts say

  • Experimental Drug for Rheumatoid Arthritis Shows Promise
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Baricitinib helped patients who failed other treatments, researchers find

  • Scientists Reduce Alzheimer's-Linked Brain Plaques in Mice
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Team used gene therapy, but there's no guarantee same method will help humans

  • Smoking During Pregnancy Seems to Alter Fetal DNA, Study Finds
    (31-Mar-2016)
    Discovery could help explain link between expectant moms' tobacco use and kids' health problems

  • Genes May Link Risks for Pot Use, Depression
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Researchers say they found gene variants that boost the risk for marijuana dependence

  • Anti-Addiction Drug May Help Curb Painkiller, Heroin Dependence
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Study finds lower relapse rate associated with naltrexone, but long-term use recommended

  • Could a Low-Risk Surgery Help Your Chronic Heartburn?
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Death rate from procedure lower than previously reported, study finds

  • Study Asks, What Is a 'Good Death'?
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Discussions must go way beyond treatments and deal with the patient's sense of peace, experts say

  • Genes May Link Risks for Pot Use, Depression
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Researchers say they found gene variants that boost the risk for marijuana dependence

  • Health Tip: Watch for Mental Health 'Red Flags' in Kids
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Warning signs you shouldn't ignore include changes in sleep habits

  • Could a Low-Risk Surgery Help Your Chronic Heartburn?
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Death rate from procedure lower than previously reported, study finds

  • Caregivers Often Give Up Necessities to Cover Alzheimer's Costs
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Many skip food and health care, cut back work hours or quit jobs to care for loved ones, survey shows

  • Study: Longer-Term Antibiotics Won't Ease 'Chronic Lyme Disease'
    (30-Mar-2016)
    Dutch trial is latest to show no benefit from extended treatment, but finding unlikely to end the controversy

  • Obama Administration Steps Up Efforts to Beat Painkiller, Heroin Epidemic
    (29-Mar-2016)
    Additional funding would make medication-based treatment one of several priorities

  • How to Tell If Your Teen Has a Mental Health Problem
    (29-Mar-2016)
    1 in 5 kids develop a serious problem but many go years without treatment, psychiatrist says

  • How to Tell If Your Teen Has a Mental Health Problem
    (29-Mar-2016)
    1 in 5 kids develop a serious problem but many go years without treatment, psychiatrist says

  • Smoking Triggers Big Changes in Mouth Bacteria, Study Finds
    (29-Mar-2016)
    But quitting eventually returns levels to normal

  • How to Tell If Your Teen Has a Mental Health Problem
    (29-Mar-2016)
    1 in 5 kids develop a serious problem but many go years without treatment, psychiatrist says

  • Obama Administration Steps Up Efforts to Beat Painkiller, Heroin Epidemic
    (29-Mar-2016)
    Additional funding would make medication-based treatment one of several priorities

  • Antipsychotics Don't Ease Delirium in Hospitalized Patients
    (29-Mar-2016)
    These drugs won't prevent or effectively treat the condition, review suggests

  • Smoking Triggers Big Changes in Mouth Bacteria, Study Finds
    (29-Mar-2016)
    But quitting eventually returns levels to normal

  • How to Tell If Your Teen Has a Mental Health Problem
    (29-Mar-2016)
    1 in 5 kids develop a serious problem but many go years without treatment, psychiatrist says

  • Antipsychotics Don't Ease Delirium in Hospitalized Patients
    (29-Mar-2016)
    These drugs won't prevent or effectively treat the condition, review suggests

  • Antipsychotics Don't Ease Delirium in Hospitalized Patients
    (29-Mar-2016)
    These drugs won't prevent or effectively treat the condition, review suggests

  • Endometriosis Linked to Heart Disease in Study
    (29-Mar-2016)
    Gynecological condition may boost heart risk 60 percent; even more in young women, research suggests

  • Obama Administration Steps Up Efforts to Beat Painkiller, Heroin Epidemic
    (29-Mar-2016)
    Additional funding would make medication-based treatment one of several priorities

  • Smoking Triggers Big Changes in Mouth Bacteria, Study Finds
    (29-Mar-2016)
    But quitting eventually returns levels to normal

  • CDC: Federal Anti-Smoking Campaign Still Paying Off
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Ads have helped at least 400,000 Americans to give up tobacco since 2012, survey finds

  • CDC: Federal Anti-Smoking Campaign Still Paying Off
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Ads have helped at least 400,000 Americans to give up tobacco since 2012, survey finds

  • Cancer Patients Who Choose to Die at Home Live Longer: Study
    (28-Mar-2016)
    They and their families should make choice based on preference, researchers say

  • Want a 2nd Date? 'Welcoming' Body Language May Be Key
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Open arms and stretched torso appeal to the opposite sex when speed dating or looking online, study contends

  • CDC: Federal Anti-Smoking Campaign Still Paying Off
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Ads have helped at least 400,000 Americans to give up tobacco since 2012, survey finds

  • CDC: Federal Anti-Smoking Campaign Still Paying Off
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Ads have helped at least 400,000 Americans to give up tobacco since 2012, survey finds

  • Acupuncture May Ease Hot Flashes for Breast Cancer Patients
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Italian trial finds the therapy was also linked to better quality of life among women in the study

  • CDC: Federal Anti-Smoking Campaign Still Paying Off
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Ads have helped at least 400,000 Americans to give up tobacco since 2012, survey finds

  • Pets Help Homeless Youth, Study Finds
    (27-Mar-2016)
    They're less likely to engage in harmful behaviors, but many shelters won't accept animals

  • Nearly All U.S. Doctors 'Overprescribe' Addictive Narcotic Painkillers: Survey
    (25-Mar-2016)
    While 99 percent exceed the recommended 3-day dosage limit, a quarter write prescriptions for a full month

  • Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Depression treatment cut urge to restrict food, study says

  • Caffeine Intake -- Even Dad's -- Linked to Miscarriage, Study Says
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Behaviors prior to conception influence pregnancy loss

  • Nearly All U.S. Doctors 'Overprescribe' Addictive Narcotic Painkillers: Survey
    (25-Mar-2016)
    While 99 percent exceed the recommended 3-day dosage limit, a quarter write prescriptions for a full month

  • Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Depression treatment cut urge to restrict food, study says

  • Troubled Kids' Psychiatric Care Often Delayed by Insurance Rules
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Dealing with red tape consumes clinicians' time, poses danger to patients, researchers say

  • Troubled Kids' Psychiatric Care Often Delayed by Insurance Rules
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Dealing with red tape consumes clinicians' time, poses danger to patients, researchers say

  • Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Depression treatment cut urge to restrict food, study says

  • ER Docs Only Ask Half of Suicidal Patients About Guns, Study Shows
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Finding points to missed chances to intervene before it's too late, researcher says

  • Troubled Kids' Psychiatric Care Often Delayed by Insurance Rules
    (25-Mar-2016)
    Dealing with red tape consumes clinicians' time, poses danger to patients, researchers say

  • Could Lots of Time Spent on Social Media Be Tied to Depression?
    (24-Mar-2016)
    Study did not prove cause-and-effect, and researchers say more investigation is needed

  • Heart Attacks Striking Younger, Fatter Americans: Study
    (24-Mar-2016)
    Doctors, patients need to work together to prevent cardiac disease, experts say

  • Spare Dying Patients Electric Shocks From Heart Device, Docs Say
    (24-Mar-2016)
    Many unaware that implantable defibrillator can be turned off in final days

  • FDA Wants Generic Narcotic Painkillers to Be Abuse-Deterrent
    (24-Mar-2016)
    One more step to combat the epidemic of potent painkiller abuse

  • 'Love Hormone' Levels in Pregnancy May Point to Risk for Postpartum Depression
    (24-Mar-2016)
    Goal is to identify and treat this mental health issue early

  • Could Lots of Time Spent on Social Media Be Tied to Depression?
    (24-Mar-2016)
    Study did not prove cause-and-effect, and researchers say more investigation is needed

  • FDA Wants Generic Narcotic Painkillers to Be Abuse-Deterrent
    (24-Mar-2016)
    One more step to combat the epidemic of potent painkiller abuse

  • Could Lots of Time Spent on Social Media Be Tied to Depression?
    (24-Mar-2016)
    Study did not prove cause-and-effect, and researchers say more investigation is needed

  • Brain Scans Give Clues to Stress-Heart Attack Link
    (24-Mar-2016)
    Fear appears to increase inflammation in the arteries, researchers say

  • Heavy Pot Use Tied to Social, Money Troubles in Mid-Life
    (23-Mar-2016)
    But one marijuana advocate believes people who already have problems may often turn to the drug

  • Depression Tied to Worse Outcomes for Heart Patients
    (23-Mar-2016)
    Heart attack, early death more common in depressed patients, study suggests

  • Depression Tied to Worse Outcomes for Heart Patients
    (23-Mar-2016)
    Heart attack, early death more common in depressed patients, study suggests

  • Heavy Pot Use Tied to Social, Money Troubles in Mid-Life
    (23-Mar-2016)
    But one marijuana advocate believes people who already have problems may often turn to the drug

  • Heavy Pot Use Tied to Social, Money Troubles in Mid-Life
    (23-Mar-2016)
    But one marijuana advocate believes people who already have problems may often turn to the drug

  • Heavy Pot Use Tied to Social, Money Troubles in Mid-Life
    (23-Mar-2016)
    But one marijuana advocate believes people who already have problems may often turn to the drug

  • Less Than 3 Percent of Americans Live a Healthy Lifestyle
    (23-Mar-2016)
    Factors studied included not smoking, eating right, exercising and keeping a low percentage of body fat

  • Heavy Pot Use Tied to Social, Money Troubles in Mid-Life
    (23-Mar-2016)
    But one marijuana advocate believes people who already have problems may often turn to the drug

  • Could Germ From Cat Poop Trigger Rage Disorder in People?
    (23-Mar-2016)
    Those with intermittent explosive disorder more likely to have been exposed to toxoplasmosis, study finds

  • PTSD May Stiffen Veterans' Arteries, Boosting Heart Risks
    (23-Mar-2016)
    Reducing stress may help blood vessels function normally, expert says

  • Moderate Drinking May Not Lengthen Life, Study Suggests
    (22-Mar-2016)
    But other experts note that numerous studies have shown benefits of alcohol consumption

  • FDA Orders Warning Labels on Prescription Narcotic Painkillers
    (22-Mar-2016)
    Immediate-release versions of addictive meds such as Oxycontin, Percocet and Vicodin to be affected

  • Moderate Drinking May Not Lengthen Life, Study Suggests
    (22-Mar-2016)
    But other experts note that numerous studies have shown benefits of alcohol consumption

  • Scientists Debunk 'Dumb Blonde' Myth
    (22-Mar-2016)
    People with lighter locks have IQs equal to -- and sometimes higher than -- those with dark or red hair

  • Moderate Drinking May Not Lengthen Life, Study Suggests
    (22-Mar-2016)
    But other experts note that numerous studies have shown benefits of alcohol consumption

  • Antipsychotic Drugs Tied to Risk of Early Death in Parkinson's Patients
    (22-Mar-2016)
    But it's unclear whether the medications or the disease are the key factor; study only showed an association

  • FDA Orders Warning Labels on Prescription Narcotic Painkillers
    (22-Mar-2016)
    Immediate-release versions of addictive meds such as Oxycontin, Percocet and Vicodin to be affected

  • Meditation May Help Ease Chronic Low Back Pain
    (22-Mar-2016)
    Study found it bested cognitive behavioral therapy and usual care

  • Pre-Pregnancy Stress May Affect Baby's Size
    (22-Mar-2016)
    Higher levels of the hormone cortisol linked to low birth weight infants, study suggests

  • Meditation May Help Ease Chronic Low Back Pain
    (22-Mar-2016)
    Study found it bested cognitive behavioral therapy and usual care

  • Moderate Drinking May Not Lengthen Life, Study Suggests
    (22-Mar-2016)
    But other experts note that numerous studies have shown benefits of alcohol consumption

  • Young Transgender Women May Face Mental Health Woes
    (21-Mar-2016)
    But study looked at a specific, high-risk group, so findings may not apply to all, researchers say

  • Young Transgender Women May Face Mental Health Woes
    (21-Mar-2016)
    But study looked at a specific, high-risk group, so findings may not apply to all, researchers say

  • Young Transgender Women May Face Mental Health Woes
    (21-Mar-2016)
    But study looked at a specific, high-risk group, so findings may not apply to all, researchers say

  • Most Families Cherish a Child With Down Syndrome, Survey Finds
    (21-Mar-2016)
    Only younger siblings struggled in some cases, which researchers said wasn't surprising

  • Young Transgender Women May Face Mental Health Woes
    (21-Mar-2016)
    But study looked at a specific, high-risk group, so findings may not apply to all, researchers say

  • Stress Management Training May Help Cardiac Rehab Patients
    (21-Mar-2016)
    When added to recovery regimen, fewer patients had heart attacks, strokes or died, study finds

  • Young Transgender Women May Face Mental Health Woes
    (21-Mar-2016)
    But study looked at a specific, high-risk group, so findings may not apply to all, researchers say

  • Stress Management Training May Help Cardiac Rehab Patients
    (21-Mar-2016)
    When added to recovery regimen, fewer patients had heart attacks, strokes or died, study finds

  • Many Men Have Body Image Issues, Too
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Study finds appearance, weight, muscle tone often affect how guys feel about themselves

  • Psychological Disorders Affect 1 in 7 U.S. Kids Under 9: CDC
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Parents' mental health, lack of medical care contribute to disabilities, researchers say

  • Black Smokers Less Likely to Get Lung Cancer Screening
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Racial differences in smoking patterns probably why, researchers suggest

  • Women Who've Battled Postpartum Depression Often Limit Family Size
    (18-Mar-2016)
    They're unlikely to have more than two kids, researchers say

  • Exercise May Extend Lives of People With COPD
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Study seems to show a big benefit, and experts say activity can help lungs stay healthy

  • Many Men Have Body Image Issues, Too
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Study finds appearance, weight, muscle tone often affect how guys feel about themselves

  • Exercise Helps Ease Psychosis Symptoms
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Personalized workouts included at least 100 minutes of vigorous activity each week, researchers said

  • Heart Defects at Birth May Raise Risk for PTSD Later in Life
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Rate is three times higher than in the general population, study finds

  • Women Who've Battled Postpartum Depression Often Limit Family Size
    (18-Mar-2016)
    They're unlikely to have more than two kids, researchers say

  • Psychological Disorders Affect 1 in 7 U.S. Kids Under 9: CDC
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Parents' mental health, lack of medical care contribute to disabilities, researchers say

  • Heart Defects at Birth May Raise Risk for PTSD Later in Life
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Rate is three times higher than in the general population, study finds

  • Black Smokers Less Likely to Get Lung Cancer Screening
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Racial differences in smoking patterns probably why, researchers suggest

  • Breathalyzer-Locked Car Ignitions Are Saving Lives, Study Says
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Deaths decline 15 percent in states that require the technology for offenders

  • School Breakfast Programs Vital, Even if Some Kids Also Eat at Home
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Skipping the morning meal was tied to higher weight in study of middle schoolers

  • More Young Americans Support Gay Adoption: Survey
    (17-Mar-2016)
    But tolerance still varies between teens and 40-somethings

  • Will a Sit-Stand Desk Make You Healthier?
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Study finds no evidence of that so far

  • Neighborhood Rats as Depressing as Crime, Study Finds
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Research suggests rodent infestations are 'underappreciated' stressor

  • More Young Americans Support Gay Adoption: Survey
    (17-Mar-2016)
    But tolerance still varies between teens and 40-somethings

  • Neighborhood Rats as Depressing as Crime, Study Finds
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Research suggests rodent infestations are 'underappreciated' stressor

  • Kidney Dialysis Might Not Extend Survival of Elderly
    (17-Mar-2016)
    Study suggests conservative care may be suitable option for some patients over 80

  • Alcohol Abuse Common Among Med Students, Study Finds
    (16-Mar-2016)
    Research shows their rate of drinking problems is double that of the general population

  • Alcohol Abuse Common Among Med Students, Study Finds
    (16-Mar-2016)
    Research shows their rate of drinking problems is double that of the general population

  • Genetic Tests May Not Change People's Unhealthy Ways
    (16-Mar-2016)
    But DNA results could help spot at-risk individuals for screening and treatment, study authors say

  • Alcohol Abuse Common Among Med Students, Study Finds
    (16-Mar-2016)
    Research shows their rate of drinking problems is double that of the general population

  • An Expert's Guide to Sneezin' Season
    (16-Mar-2016)
    Allergy sufferers should prepare for a particularly 'nasty' spring, New York sinus specialist says

  • Hospital Volume Tied to Success of Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer
    (16-Mar-2016)
    Study finds more experienced medical centers achieve better survival rates

  • Many With Irregular Heartbeat Missing Out on Stroke-Preventing Treatments
    (16-Mar-2016)
    Less than half at highest risk take recommended blood-thinning medication, study finds

  • CDC Issues Tough New Guidelines on Use of Prescription Painkillers
    (15-Mar-2016)
    To curb abuse, doctors should try non-narcotic options for most chronic pain not involving cancer, terminal illness

  • Could Too Much Cellphone Time Signal Anxiety, Depression?
    (15-Mar-2016)
    Some college students use their mobile device as a 'security blanket,' study says

  • Anxiety, Depression May Reduce Women's Success With IVF: Study
    (15-Mar-2016)
    Researchers link these mental health problems to lower rates of pregnancy and live births

  • Could Too Much Cellphone Time Signal Anxiety, Depression?
    (15-Mar-2016)
    Some college students use their mobile device as a 'security blanket,' study says

  • 'Difficult' Patients Tend to Get Worse Care, Studies Find
    (15-Mar-2016)
    In fictional scenarios, doctors were distracted by bad behaviors during diagnosis, made more errors

  • Anxiety, Depression May Reduce Women's Success With IVF: Study
    (15-Mar-2016)
    Researchers link these mental health problems to lower rates of pregnancy and live births

  • CDC Issues Tough New Guidelines on Use of Prescription Painkillers
    (15-Mar-2016)
    To curb abuse, doctors should try non-narcotic options for most chronic pain not involving cancer, terminal illness

  • Could Too Much Cellphone Time Signal Anxiety, Depression?
    (15-Mar-2016)
    Some college students use their mobile device as a 'security blanket,' study says

  • Anxiety, Depression May Reduce Women's Success With IVF: Study
    (15-Mar-2016)
    Researchers link these mental health problems to lower rates of pregnancy and live births

  • 'Cold Turkey' May Work Best for Quitting Smoking
    (14-Mar-2016)
    Stopping over time is less effective, British researchers say

  • Still Tired After Getting Your Zzz's? You Might Have Sleep Apnea
    (14-Mar-2016)
    What you need to know about a breathing problem that can disrupt your sleep

  • 'Cold Turkey' May Work Best for Quitting Smoking
    (14-Mar-2016)
    Stopping over time is less effective, British researchers say

  • Many Cancer Survivors Struggle to Make Ends Meet
    (14-Mar-2016)
    Money problems can affect their mental health, quality of life, researchers say

  • Siri, Other Smartphone 'Assistants' May Fall Short in a Crisis: Study
    (14-Mar-2016)
    Most programs were confused about concepts of rape, domestic abuse

  • Still Tired After Getting Your Zzz's? You Might Have Sleep Apnea
    (14-Mar-2016)
    What you need to know about a breathing problem that can disrupt your sleep

  • 'Cold Turkey' May Work Best for Quitting Smoking
    (14-Mar-2016)
    Stopping over time is less effective, British researchers say

  • 'Cold Turkey' May Work Best for Quitting Smoking
    (14-Mar-2016)
    Stopping over time is less effective, British researchers say

  • Doctor's Empathy Boosts Patient Satisfaction
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Study finds wait time, appointment length secondary

  • Mom's Smoking May Put Kids at Higher Risk of COPD in Adulthood
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Risk was almost tripled when mothers smoked heavily, but study didn't prove cause and effect

  • Mom's Smoking May Put Kids at Higher Risk of COPD in Adulthood
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Risk was almost tripled when mothers smoked heavily, but study didn't prove cause and effect

  • Doctor's Empathy Boosts Patient Satisfaction
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Study finds wait time, appointment length secondary

  • A Pill to Ward Off Cavities? Scientists Say It Could Happen
    (11-Mar-2016)
    Researchers spotted a strain of 'good' bacteria in the mouth that helps keep 'bad' bacteria under control

  • Pennsylvania Study Shows Fatal Drug ODs Soaring
    (10-Mar-2016)
    State had a 14-fold rise in such deaths since 1979, mirroring nationwide trend

  • The High Price of Untreated Insomnia
    (10-Mar-2016)
    Not getting medications, therapies for condition costs about $100 billion a year, researchers report

  • Pennsylvania Study Shows Fatal Drug ODs Soaring
    (10-Mar-2016)
    State had a 14-fold rise in such deaths since 1979, mirroring nationwide trend

  • Pennsylvania Study Shows Fatal Drug ODs Soaring
    (10-Mar-2016)
    State had a 14-fold rise in such deaths since 1979, mirroring nationwide trend

  • Two-Thirds of Americans Report Daily Discrimination in Poll
    (10-Mar-2016)
    The resulting stress is tied to health problems, researchers add

  • Two-Thirds of Americans Report Daily Discrimination in Poll
    (10-Mar-2016)
    The resulting stress is tied to health problems, researchers add

  • The High Price of Untreated Insomnia
    (10-Mar-2016)
    Not getting medications, therapies for condition costs about $100 billion a year, researchers report

  • Drug Duo May Rapidly Shrink Breast Tumors in Some Patients
    (10-Mar-2016)
    Researchers say combo therapy worked well for about 1 in 4 women with HER2-positive breast cancer

  • MS Patients May Be Prone to Other Chronic Illnesses, Study Finds
    (09-Mar-2016)
    High blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and depression among common co-existing conditions

  • MS Patients May Be Prone to Other Chronic Illnesses, Study Finds
    (09-Mar-2016)
    High blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and depression among common co-existing conditions

  • U.S. Cancer Death Rate Continues to Fall
    (09-Mar-2016)
    But there's been a concerning increase in liver cancer, experts say

  • Tai Chi Could Be a Healthy Move for Your Heart
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Traditional Chinese exercises might reduce depression, improve quality of life for heart patients

  • MS Patients May Be Prone to Other Chronic Illnesses, Study Finds
    (09-Mar-2016)
    High blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and depression among common co-existing conditions

  • MS Patients May Be Prone to Other Chronic Illnesses, Study Finds
    (09-Mar-2016)
    High blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and depression among common co-existing conditions

  • Short Men, Heavy Women at Lifelong Disadvantage?
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Genetics of height and weight may shrink earnings, study contends, but other experts skeptical of the findings

  • MS Patients May Be Prone to Other Chronic Illnesses, Study Finds
    (09-Mar-2016)
    High blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and depression among common co-existing conditions

  • Health Tip: Dealing With Stress
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Suggestions for how to cope

  • Brain Bleed Risk From Warfarin May Be Higher Than Thought
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Study of veterans with irregular heartbeat found one-third suffered such incidents while on the drug

  • Doctors May Be Missing Chances to Treat Prediabetes
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Study found many patients with higher-than-normal blood sugar levels were not being treated for it

  • With Early Breast Cancer, Targeted Radiation Shows Promise
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Study finds limited radiotherapy effective after low-risk tumors are removed, but questions remain

  • Scientists Use Stem Cells to Correct Infant Cataracts
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Leaving these cells behind during removal of damaged tissue led to regeneration of new, clear lens

  • Pot Smokers May Face 5 Times Greater Risk of Alcohol Abuse
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Marijuana users also less likely to quit drinking, researchers say

  • Most Teens Who Abuse ADHD Meds Get Them From Others
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Study finds 54 percent of kids surveyed use medications for non-medicinal purposes

  • Pot Smokers May Face 5 Times Greater Risk of Alcohol Abuse
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Marijuana users also less likely to quit drinking, researchers say

  • Six Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Colon Cancer
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Diet, weight and physical activity play a significant role, expert says

  • Women in Cardiac Arrest May Be Less Likely to Receive Help
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Doctors and the public still think of heart problems as a man's disease, researcher says

  • Pedestrian Deaths in U.S. Projected to Jump 10 Percent
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Combination of more people walking, more traffic, more distractions could be to blame, report suggests

  • Most Teens Who Abuse ADHD Meds Get Them From Others
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Study finds 54 percent of kids surveyed use medications for non-medicinal purposes

  • Most Teens Who Abuse ADHD Meds Get Them From Others
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Study finds 54 percent of kids surveyed use medications for non-medicinal purposes

  • Preventive Mastectomy May Not Boost Sense of Well-Being
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Over time, women reported similar states of mind with or without additional surgery, study finds

  • Study Suggests Causes for Lupus' Impact on Immune System
    (08-Mar-2016)
    Certain cells seem to malfunction and create inflammation instead of fighting the disease, research say

  • Simple Changes in Bad Neighborhoods Might Lower Teen Murder Rates
    (07-Mar-2016)
    Adding streetlights, maintaining vacant lots could make a difference, researchers suggest

  • Most Pediatricians Don't Ask About Mom's Depression
    (07-Mar-2016)
    About 4 in 10 moms with young kids affected, which can have harmful effects on families, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Soothe Your Child's Mood With Music
    (07-Mar-2016)
    Promote concentration and ease anxiety

  • Head Lice No Cause for Panic, Expert Says
    (07-Mar-2016)
    But ask your pediatrician if a prescription remedy is needed

  • Candidates With More 'Mature' Faces May Get Older People's Votes
    (06-Mar-2016)
    But politicians who look competent appeal to all ages, researchers say

  • Candidates With More 'Mature' Faces May Get Older People's Votes
    (06-Mar-2016)
    But politicians who look competent appeal to all ages, researchers say

  • As Caregivers, Women May Suffer More Than Men
    (05-Mar-2016)
    Findings might reflect widespread gender biases, researchers say

  • Women Often Overestimate Odds That Early Breast Cancer Will Return, Spread
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Misperceptions lead to worry that harms quality of life, researcher says

  • Optimistic Outlook May Boost Hispanics' Heart Health
    (04-Mar-2016)
    A 'can-do' point of view might help people stick to plans for healthy living, researchers say

  • Consistent Self-Weighing Might Give Your Diet a Boost
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Study suggests routinely checking weight enhanced dieters' confidence to resist food temptations

  • Optimistic Outlook May Boost Hispanics' Heart Health
    (04-Mar-2016)
    A 'can-do' point of view might help people stick to plans for healthy living, researchers say

  • Stress of Caring for Sick Spouse May Raise Stroke Risk
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Husbands, wives need support to reduce strain, researchers say

  • Can Certain 'Poor Carb' Diets Raise Nonsmokers' Lung Cancer Risk?
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Study suggests link for regimens rich in refined carbs, potatoes, but it can't prove cause-and-effect

  • Optimistic Outlook May Boost Hispanics' Heart Health
    (04-Mar-2016)
    A 'can-do' point of view might help people stick to plans for healthy living, researchers say

  • Consistent Self-Weighing Might Give Your Diet a Boost
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Study suggests routinely checking weight enhanced dieters' confidence to resist food temptations

  • Misconceptions About Acne Still Common
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Skin condition isn't caused by poor hygiene or diet, dermatologist says

  • Psychosis Plus Pot a Bad Mix: Study
    (04-Mar-2016)
    The drug seems to make it harder to cope with mental health disorder, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Is Your Child Stressed?
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Watch for behavior changes

  • Stress of Caring for Sick Spouse May Raise Stroke Risk
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Husbands, wives need support to reduce strain, researchers say

  • Supervised Exposure Therapy for Peanut Allergy Lasts, Study Finds
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Even after a year-long break, kids maintained their tolerance

  • Health Tip: Smoking Can Affect Your Vision
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Here are potential warning signs

  • Lazy Weekends May Boost Body Fat, Study Shows
    (03-Mar-2016)
    But spending all week at a desk job did not show same link

  • Climate-Related Changes in Food Production Could Lead to 500,000 Deaths
    (03-Mar-2016)
    Research model predicts results for 2050

  • Happiness Might Sometimes Harm Your Heart, Study Finds
    (03-Mar-2016)
    Any extreme emotion can trigger syndrome that weakens muscles, causes left pumping chamber to balloon, researchers say

  • Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer May Carry Certain Risks
    (03-Mar-2016)
    Chances of secondary cancers increased, but study authors stressed the overall risk was low

  • Lawn Mowers Can Cause Severe Injuries to Kids
    (03-Mar-2016)
    Study found that more than half of accidents required amputation

  • One Alcoholic Drink Might Temporarily Bump Up Heart Risk
    (02-Mar-2016)
    But within 24 hours, that same beverage can be generally protective, study suggests

  • Guys, Want to Be a Leader? Muscle Up
    (02-Mar-2016)
    Study found people tend to link brawnier physiques with leadership

  • Guys, Want to Be a Leader? Muscle Up
    (02-Mar-2016)
    Study found people tend to link brawnier physiques with leadership

  • Emotional Abuse During Childhood Linked to Adult Migraine Risk
    (02-Mar-2016)
    But no similar association seen with physical, sexual abuse, researchers report

  • Earthquake Survivors With PTSD Show Brain Differences
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Study finds changes in gray matter in those who develop the anxiety disorder

  • Certain Jobs Hazardous to Your Heart Health, Study Finds
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Office workers, truckers and police seem to face challenges eating well, staying fit

  • Abuse, Poverty in Childhood Linked to Adult Health Problems
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Study found cancer, heart disease were more likely to crop up decades later

  • Earthquake Survivors With PTSD Show Brain Differences
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Study finds changes in gray matter in those who develop the anxiety disorder

  • Abuse, Poverty in Childhood Linked to Adult Health Problems
    (01-Mar-2016)
    Study found cancer, heart disease were more likely to crop up decades later

  • Young Athletes Pressured by Parents May Resort to 'Doping'
    (29-Feb-2016)
    'Tiger parenting' can have dire consequences, researcher contends

  • Daylight Saving Time Tied to Brief Spike in Stroke Risk
    (29-Feb-2016)
    But overall increase was only 8 percent higher in the first two days after a clock change, researchers said

  • Physically Fit May Bounce Back Better After Heart Attack
    (29-Feb-2016)
    Survivors who had exercised regularly beforehand were less prone to depression afterwards, study finds

  • Sleep Apnea May Take Toll on Your Mood, Thinking Skills
    (29-Feb-2016)
    Study found altered levels of brain chemicals that influence emotions, memory

  • Young Athletes Pressured by Parents May Resort to 'Doping'
    (29-Feb-2016)
    'Tiger parenting' can have dire consequences, researcher contends

  • 'Female Libido' Pill May Not Be Worth It: Researchers
    (29-Feb-2016)
    Addyi carries host of serious side effects without delivering much more sexual satisfaction, review suggests

  • Study Compares Drugs for Common Diabetic Eye Disease
    (29-Feb-2016)
    Eylea may beat two other meds for more severe cases of macular edema, research shows

  • Daredevil at 20, Scam Victim at 70? What Being a Risk-Taker May Mean to You
    (28-Feb-2016)
    Researchers say study may hold clues to better protecting seniors from fraud

  • Daredevil at 20, Scam Victim at 70? What Being a Risk-Taker May Mean to You
    (28-Feb-2016)
    Researchers say study may hold clues to better protecting seniors from fraud

  • Pot Habit Early in Life May Alter Brain, Study Suggests
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Regular marijuana users who started smoking before 16 had marked differences on MRI scans

  • Graphic Cigarette Warnings May Target Brain's 'Quit Centers'
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Areas linked to emotions, decision-making and memory are triggered, researchers suggest

  • Graphic Cigarette Warnings May Target Brain's 'Quit Centers'
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Areas linked to emotions, decision-making and memory are triggered, researchers suggest

  • Graphic Cigarette Warnings May Target Brain's 'Quit Centers'
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Areas linked to emotions, decision-making and memory are triggered, researchers suggest

  • For Transgender Kids, Support Is Key to Emotional Well-Being
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Study did not find higher depression levels when parents backed children's choice

  • Graphic Cigarette Warnings May Target Brain's 'Quit Centers'
    (26-Feb-2016)
    Areas linked to emotions, decision-making and memory are triggered, researchers suggest

  • Study Details Dire Consequences of Fetal Alcohol Disorders
    (25-Feb-2016)
    Behavioral, mental health issues require early attention, researcher says

  • Feeling Old? Your Risk for Hospitalization May Rise
    (25-Feb-2016)
    Illness, sedentary lifestyles and depression might help explain this association, study says

  • 1 in 3 Americans Drinks Sugary Soda or Juice Daily: CDC
    (25-Feb-2016)
    These beverages linked to greater risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, researchers say

  • Feeling Old? Your Risk for Hospitalization May Rise
    (25-Feb-2016)
    Illness, sedentary lifestyles and depression might help explain this association, study says

  • Feeling Old? Your Risk for Hospitalization May Rise
    (25-Feb-2016)
    Illness, sedentary lifestyles and depression might help explain this association, study says

  • Brain Cancers Both Common and Deadly Among Teens, Young Adults: Report
    (24-Feb-2016)
    But types of tumors start to vary as people age, researchers add

  • Laser Unlocks Blood-Brain Barrier for Chemotherapy, Study Shows
    (24-Feb-2016)
    Cancer-fighting drugs were able to reach tumors, but the technique still in preliminary stage

  • Parents' Depression, Anxiety May Contribute to Kids' Fussy Eating
    (23-Feb-2016)
    If mom or dad had mental health issues, children were pickier about what they ate, study finds

  • Anxiety in Women May Mask Heart Disease Symptoms, Researchers Say
    (23-Feb-2016)
    Reduced blood flow 75 percent more likely in those who feel anxious, study finds

  • Parents' Depression, Anxiety May Contribute to Kids' Fussy Eating
    (23-Feb-2016)
    If mom or dad had mental health issues, children were pickier about what they ate, study finds

  • Parents' Depression, Anxiety May Contribute to Kids' Fussy Eating
    (23-Feb-2016)
    If mom or dad had mental health issues, children were pickier about what they ate, study finds

  • Half of Gay Black Men May Become Infected With HIV, CDC Says
    (23-Feb-2016)
    New national report highlights groups most at risk for the AIDS-causing virus

  • Parents' Depression, Anxiety May Contribute to Kids' Fussy Eating
    (23-Feb-2016)
    If mom or dad had mental health issues, children were pickier about what they ate, study finds

  • Charlie Sheen's HIV Announcement Sparked Interest in Disease: Study
    (22-Feb-2016)
    Internet searches surged after celebrity's disclosure that he has virus that causes AIDS

  • Study Shows Just How Big a Role Cellphones Play in Car Crashes
    (22-Feb-2016)
    In-vehicle videos highlight other distractions, such as reading, writing and touchscreen menus on dashboards

  • More American Women Opting for Mastectomy, Study Finds
    (22-Feb-2016)
    Rate went up 36 percent between 2005 and 2013, researchers say

  • Botox-Like Injection Might Ease Runners' Knee Pain
    (22-Feb-2016)
    British researchers used Dysport to bring long-term relief for common ailment of physically active people

  • College-Age Binge Drinkers May Face Higher Blood Pressure
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Study found continued boozing was linked to elevated readings at age 24

  • College-Age Binge Drinkers May Face Higher Blood Pressure
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Study found continued boozing was linked to elevated readings at age 24

  • Sufficient Sleep, Exercise May Help Keep Stroke at Bay
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Between 7 and 8 hours of shut-eye each night seems to be best, research suggests

  • U.S. Internet Searches Highlight E-cig's Surging Popularity
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Most want information about buying the nicotine-laced devices, not their health effects, analysis shows

  • U.S. Internet Searches Highlight E-cig's Surging Popularity
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Most want information about buying the nicotine-laced devices, not their health effects, analysis shows

  • Add Neck Problems to Reasons Not to Smoke
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Tobacco use hastens wear and tear of cervical discs, study suggests

  • Risk of Preemie Birth May Rise for Depressed Parents-to-Be
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Treating expectant mothers -- and fathers -- might help prevent early birth, study suggests

  • U.S. Internet Searches Highlight E-cig's Surging Popularity
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Most want information about buying the nicotine-laced devices, not their health effects, analysis shows

  • U.S. Internet Searches Highlight E-cig's Surging Popularity
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Most want information about buying the nicotine-laced devices, not their health effects, analysis shows

  • Add Neck Problems to Reasons Not to Smoke
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Tobacco use hastens wear and tear of cervical discs, study suggests

  • Schizophrenia Tied to Much Higher Risk of Suicide Attempts
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Surge seen among women and people with history of drug or alcohol abuse, researchers find

  • Spiders' Size Exagerrated in Minds of Those Who Fear Them
    (18-Feb-2016)
    College women with the phobia overestimated the critters after viewing spider photos, study found

  • Smoking's Grip Adds to Misery of the Homeless
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Average spent on cigarettes was $44 a week, study reports

  • Fatal Overdoses Rising From Sedatives Like Valium, Xanax
    (18-Feb-2016)
    When combined with narcotics, these drugs can be lethal, researcher says

  • Schizophrenia Tied to Much Higher Risk of Suicide Attempts
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Surge seen among women and people with history of drug or alcohol abuse, researchers find

  • Fatal Overdoses Rising From Sedatives Like Valium, Xanax
    (18-Feb-2016)
    When combined with narcotics, these drugs can be lethal, researcher says

  • Schizophrenia Tied to Much Higher Risk of Suicide Attempts
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Surge seen among women and people with history of drug or alcohol abuse, researchers find

  • Smoking's Grip Adds to Misery of the Homeless
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Average spent on cigarettes was $44 a week, study reports

  • Schizophrenia Tied to Much Higher Risk of Suicide Attempts
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Surge seen among women and people with history of drug or alcohol abuse, researchers find

  • Spiders' Size Exagerrated in Minds of Those Who Fear Them
    (18-Feb-2016)
    College women with the phobia overestimated the critters after viewing spider photos, study found

  • Schizophrenia Tied to Much Higher Risk of Suicide Attempts
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Surge seen among women and people with history of drug or alcohol abuse, researchers find

  • Fatal Overdoses Rising From Sedatives Like Valium, Xanax
    (18-Feb-2016)
    When combined with narcotics, these drugs can be lethal, researcher says

  • Schizophrenia Tied to Much Higher Risk of Suicide Attempts
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Surge seen among women and people with history of drug or alcohol abuse, researchers find

  • Smoking's Grip Adds to Misery of the Homeless
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Average spent on cigarettes was $44 a week, study reports

  • Stroke Patients Often Can't Name Doctor, Grasp Treatment Plan: Study
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Research exposes communication gap that could increase the risk of future strokes

  • Surgery, Stents Equally Effective for Opening Neck Arteries: Study
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Both procedures reduce risk of stroke due to narrowed arteries, researchers find

  • Could a Clot-Busting Drug Help Treat a 'Bleeding' Stroke?
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Two studies suggest that tPA infusion to brain improves outcomes

  • Smoking's Grip Adds to Misery of the Homeless
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Average spent on cigarettes was $44 a week, study reports

  • Pot Smokers Susceptible to Other Addictions, Study Finds
    (17-Feb-2016)
    But not everyone thinks marijuana is a 'gateway' drug

  • Pot Smokers Susceptible to Other Addictions, Study Finds
    (17-Feb-2016)
    But not everyone thinks marijuana is a 'gateway' drug

  • Extremely Small Preemies May Face Bullying, Mental Health Risks
    (17-Feb-2016)
    Long-term Canadian study followed participants until age 36

  • Pot Smokers Susceptible to Other Addictions, Study Finds
    (17-Feb-2016)
    But not everyone thinks marijuana is a 'gateway' drug

  • Pot Smokers Susceptible to Other Addictions, Study Finds
    (17-Feb-2016)
    But not everyone thinks marijuana is a 'gateway' drug

  • Extremely Small Preemies May Face Bullying, Mental Health Risks
    (17-Feb-2016)
    Long-term Canadian study followed participants until age 36

  • Extremely Small Preemies May Face Bullying, Mental Health Risks
    (17-Feb-2016)
    Long-term Canadian study followed participants until age 36

  • Many Suicidal People Make Long-Term Recovery, Study Shows
    (17-Feb-2016)
    A supportive confidant improves odds of sustained well-being

  • 'Stroke Camp' Seems to Help Caregivers Cope
    (17-Feb-2016)
    Health care staff gives much needed break, allows caregivers to connect with each other

  • Extremely Small Preemies May Face Bullying, Mental Health Risks
    (17-Feb-2016)
    Long-term Canadian study followed participants until age 36

  • Study Sees Possible Link Between Antibiotics and Delirium in Patients
    (17-Feb-2016)
    Temporary confusion often caused by drugs, including common antimicrobials, research suggests

  • Many Suicidal People Make Long-Term Recovery, Study Shows
    (17-Feb-2016)
    A supportive confidant improves odds of sustained well-being

  • Testosterone Therapy May Boost Sex Drive in Older Men ...
    (17-Feb-2016)
    ... But no benefits seen in areas of vitality or physical function, trials show

  • Pregnancy May Ease PTSD for Some Women, Study Finds
    (16-Feb-2016)
    But symptoms may worsen for 1 in 4 with low levels of the stress disorder, research suggests

  • Young People More Likely to Text While Driving If Friends Do: Study
    (16-Feb-2016)
    Safety campaigns should target social influences involved in distracted driving, researcher says

  • More Evidence That Poor Sleep Could Lower Teens' Grades
    (16-Feb-2016)
    High school students who hit the sack before 11 p.m. had higher grades on average, research shows

  • Social Groups May Lengthen Retirees' Lives
    (16-Feb-2016)
    Interpersonal activities are similar to exercise in extending life, researchers say

  • Social Groups May Lengthen Retirees' Lives
    (16-Feb-2016)
    Interpersonal activities are similar to exercise in extending life, researchers say

  • Overweight, Obese Kids Fare Worse in Hospital ICUs, Study Finds
    (16-Feb-2016)
    Researchers not sure if equipment, dosing procedures are a mismatch or if excess weight is a factor

  • Pregnancy May Ease PTSD for Some Women, Study Finds
    (16-Feb-2016)
    But symptoms may worsen for 1 in 4 with low levels of the stress disorder, research suggests

  • Young People More Likely to Text While Driving If Friends Do: Study
    (16-Feb-2016)
    Safety campaigns should target social influences involved in distracted driving, researcher says

  • More College Students Misusing ADHD Med as Study Aid
    (16-Feb-2016)
    Nonmedical use of Adderall and ER visits are up, study says

  • Panel Undecided on Screening All Kids for Autism
    (16-Feb-2016)
    U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says more data needed to say yes or no to universal testing

  • Pregnancy May Ease PTSD for Some Women, Study Finds
    (16-Feb-2016)
    But symptoms may worsen for 1 in 4 with low levels of the stress disorder, research suggests

  • How to Keep Your New Year's Exercise Mojo All Year Long
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Set realistic goals, be consistent and understand you're in it for the long haul, expert says

  • Sticks, Not Carrots, May Work Best to Boost Employees' Health
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Monetary penalties beat rewards in motivating workers to get healthier, study finds

  • How to Keep Your New Year's Exercise Mojo All Year Long
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Set realistic goals, be consistent and understand you're in it for the long haul, expert says

  • Study Debunks Claim That Drug Treatment Centers Are Unsafe
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Comparisons in Baltimore found more violent crime near liquor and corner stores

  • Study Debunks Claim That Drug Treatment Centers Are Unsafe
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Comparisons in Baltimore found more violent crime near liquor and corner stores

  • Study Debunks Claim That Drug Treatment Centers Are Unsafe
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Comparisons in Baltimore found more violent crime near liquor and corner stores

  • Helping With Health Care Takes Heavy Toll on Caregivers
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Analysis found that family and friends suffered physical, financial and social costs

  • Teen Dating Violence Is Target of New CDC Program
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Twenty percent of girls, 10 percent of boys say they have been victimized by a dating partner, agency says

  • Helping With Health Care Takes Heavy Toll on Caregivers
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Analysis found that family and friends suffered physical, financial and social costs

  • Sticks, Not Carrots, May Work Best to Boost Employees' Health
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Monetary penalties beat rewards in motivating workers to get healthier, study finds

  • Teen Dating Violence Is Target of New CDC Program
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Twenty percent of girls, 10 percent of boys say they have been victimized by a dating partner, agency says

  • Helping With Health Care Takes Heavy Toll on Caregivers
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Analysis found that family and friends suffered physical, financial and social costs

  • New Type of Weight-Loss Surgery May Be Less Risky, Cheaper
    (15-Feb-2016)
    But, at least one expert isn't sure about long-term success of procedure

  • Anemia Drugs May Not Boost Kidney Patients' Well-Being: Study
    (15-Feb-2016)
    Review of 17 clinical trials finds no evidence that certain costly meds improve patients' quality of life

  • A Valentine's Kiss Is Just a Kiss -- Or Is It?
    (14-Feb-2016)
    Study finds people's heads turn in different directions, depending on who's receiving the sign of affection

  • A Valentine's Kiss Is Just a Kiss -- Or Is It?
    (14-Feb-2016)
    Study finds people's heads turn in different directions, depending on who's receiving the sign of affection

  • A Valentine's Kiss Is Just a Kiss -- Or Is It?
    (14-Feb-2016)
    Study finds people's heads turn in different directions, depending on who's receiving the sign of affection

  • Obsessed Athletes More Likely to Approve of Performance-Enhancing Drugs: Study
    (13-Feb-2016)
    Not being able to disconnect from the sport they play a sign of trouble, researchers warn

  • Obsessed Athletes More Likely to Approve of Performance-Enhancing Drugs: Study
    (13-Feb-2016)
    Not being able to disconnect from the sport they play a sign of trouble, researchers warn

  • Study Ties Parents' Criticism to Persistent ADHD in Kids
    (12-Feb-2016)
    If harsh comments focus on the child, rather than the behaviors, symptoms may linger, researcher says

  • 5.5 Million Die Early From Air Pollution Worldwide
    (12-Feb-2016)
    More than half of these fatalities occur in China and India, research shows

  • Could a Lung Cancer Drug Work Better With Coke?
    (12-Feb-2016)
    Study finds cola boosts effectiveness of Tarceva for patients who are also taking a heartburn medicine

  • Neanderthal DNA May Play Role in Modern Human Health
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Genetic legacy can affect risk for nicotine addiction, depression, blood clots and stroke, research suggests

  • Study Counters Stereotypes About Native Americans and Alcohol
    (11-Feb-2016)
    They're less likely to drink than whites, and have similar rates of problem drinking, survey finds

  • Study Counters Stereotypes About Native Americans and Alcohol
    (11-Feb-2016)
    They're less likely to drink than whites, and have similar rates of problem drinking, survey finds

  • Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses Still Poorly Understood: Report
    (11-Feb-2016)
    VA-sponsored study says people should be monitored for ALS, cancer and other diseases that take years to develop

  • Health Tip: Plan Family Meals and Exercise
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Stay healthier together

  • Study Counters Stereotypes About Native Americans and Alcohol
    (11-Feb-2016)
    They're less likely to drink than whites, and have similar rates of problem drinking, survey finds

  • Study Links Child Abuse, Neglect to Earlier Onset of Bipolar Disorder
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Researchers also found greater risk of suicide and more severe manic and depressive symptoms

  • Neanderthal DNA May Play Role in Modern Human Health
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Genetic legacy can affect risk for nicotine addiction, depression, blood clots and stroke, research suggests

  • Neanderthal DNA May Play Role in Modern Human Health
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Genetic legacy can affect risk for nicotine addiction, depression, blood clots and stroke, research suggests

  • Lasting Damage Seen in LGBT Teens Who Suffer Harassment
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Severe cases were tied to high risk for depression, post-traumatic stress disorder

  • Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses Still Poorly Understood: Report
    (11-Feb-2016)
    VA-sponsored study says people should be monitored for ALS, cancer and other diseases that take years to develop

  • Impotence Not an Inevitable Part of Aging
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Experts advise men to check with a doctor to rule out diseases or medications that may cause the problem

  • Lasting Damage Seen in LGBT Teens Who Suffer Harassment
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Severe cases were tied to high risk for depression, post-traumatic stress disorder

  • Study Links Child Abuse, Neglect to Earlier Onset of Bipolar Disorder
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Researchers also found greater risk of suicide and more severe manic and depressive symptoms

  • Impotence Not an Inevitable Part of Aging
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Experts advise men to check with a doctor to rule out diseases or medications that may cause the problem

  • Frequent Monitoring May Keep Alcohol Offenders Sober
    (10-Feb-2016)
    South Dakota program is credited with reducing deaths and is now headed to other parts of the U.S.

  • Frequent Monitoring May Keep Alcohol Offenders Sober
    (10-Feb-2016)
    South Dakota program is credited with reducing deaths and is now headed to other parts of the U.S.

  • Frequent Monitoring May Keep Alcohol Offenders Sober
    (10-Feb-2016)
    South Dakota program is credited with reducing deaths and is now headed to other parts of the U.S.

  • Many U.S. Women Still Smoke Before, During Pregnancy: Report
    (10-Feb-2016)
    Smoking puts about 300,000 infants at risk each year, experts say

  • National Smoking Bans Help Everyone, Especially Nonsmokers: Study
    (10-Feb-2016)
    Review of worldwide research finds reductions in heart disease after restrictions introduced

  • Many U.S. Women Still Smoke Before, During Pregnancy: Report
    (10-Feb-2016)
    Smoking puts about 300,000 infants at risk each year, experts say
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