People with heart disease, anxiety and depression, may have a greater chance of dying before those without those added complications.
Health advocates urge federal lawmakers to put age restrictions on tanning salons.
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.
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.
The Food and Drug Administration says it will ease regulations regarding the use of experimental drugs for Alzheimer’s patients in the earliest stages of the disease.
Most people know that obesity can lead to heart disease and diabetes but aren’t clued in to the fact it can also lead to cancer. Doctors say if more people knew all of the risks, they might be motivated to shed those unwanted pounds.
Believe it or not, training too hard can put your health at serious risk. Find out why.