A dip in the public pool or local swimming hole may seem harmless, but unknown germs could be waiting for you. Here’s what you should know.
The Illinois Poison Center cautions about the growing popularity of a new class of designer drugs across the state.
Most children who accidently swallow magnets require at least one surgery and sometimes more to treat the internal injuries, a new study shows.
You hear about antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” in the news, but what can you do to help prevent antibiotic overuse and the spread of them?
Researchers say the more college students communicate with their parents–the more their diet and physical activity improve.
New research says adding tiny amounts of formula during a newborn’s first days of life, along with breastfeeding, could have long-term health benefits for babies.