Smokers who switched to special low-nicotine ones wound up smoking less and were more likely to try to quit, researchers found.
Gray skies can leave us all feeling kind of blue, but for some that feeling develops into depression.
We carry our cell phones just about everywhere we go, but when we don’t have a place to put it, some women keep theirs in their bras.
Cell phones are a necessity in our lives, but the convenience of constant connectivity could be causing you physical pain.
Of the 25 studies, 17 were parent-reported.
Two-to-three times a week, Raji hits the mat to help with game recovery and preparation for the next time he puts on pads.
Not only did she come in first place, but she also broke the world records in squats, deadlifts, and in full powerlifting total.
A new report in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs suggests that lowering the drinking age may solve the problem of binge drinking …
According to the The Global Alliance for Rabies Control, rabies is 99.9 percent fatal in humans.
During last year’s flu season 145 children died from influenza.
Stroke patients are benefiting unlike ever before thanks to the treatments and services being offered 24 hours a day at UAB’s Comprehensive …
Her great grandmother, affectionately known as “Nana,” was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease a year ago.
According to a new study, one in 10 pregnant women in the U.S. admit to drinking alcohol. One-third of those women also binge drink.
Stanford researchers find school lunches can expose school-aged children to a toxic chemical.
Lots of fun and games until in 2012, Judy was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer.