Food allergies are on the rise, especially among children 
Food allergies are on the rise, especially among children
The number of people affected by food allergies is growing. Learn what it takes to recognize and treat an allergic reaction to your next meal.
Sign of the times: Can garbled text msgs signal stroke? 
Sign of the times: Can garbled text msgs signal stroke?
A new study points to strong evidence that, in some instances, a mixed-up text message could be a sign that your friend or loved one may be having a stroke.
Spring fever vs. hay fever: Either way, it’s allergy season 
Spring fever vs. hay fever: Either way, it’s allergy season
Spring is a favorite time of year for many, but for those with allergies, the season can bring misery.
A whooping cough story 
A whooping cough story
Can your kids still get whooping cough even though they’ve been vaccinated?
New study dubs Americans worst at texting and driving 
New study dubs Americans worst at texting and driving
We may not want to admit it, but the majority of drivers in the U.S. are guilty of distracted driving. New research proves it.
Early detection key for prostate cancer  Featured
Early detection key for prostate cancer
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the United States. But with the right care, you can detect it, treat it — and survive it. Spotting it sooner than later, doctors say, is the key.
It’s still better to quit smoking—even if you gain weight, study says 
It’s still better to quit smoking—even if you gain weight, study says
Even at the risk of adding pounds after quitting smoking, a new study says quit anyway.