FOX News: Health
Bans on smoking in public parks are still fairly rare in the United States, despite more than half of states having indoor smoking restrictions, researchers say.
A patient with terminal heart failure is in "satisfactory condition" two months after becoming the first person to be fitted with Carmat's artificial heart which is designed to beat for several years, his hospital said.
California's drought has put 10 communities at acute risk of running out of drinking water in 60 days, and worsened numerous other health and safety problems, public health officials in the most populous U.S. state said on Tuesday.
A groundbreaking study could lead to greater understanding of the long-term brain damage incurred by boxers and MMA fighters.
Groundbreaking study could lead to greater understanding of fighter's long term brain damage
The food maker said Tuesday that it is recalling an unspecified number of "Philly Steak" and its "Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese" Hot Pockets in certain sizes.
A pacifier-activated recording of mother singing may improve a premature baby's feeding, which in turn could lead to its leaving the hospital sooner, according to a new study.
Have you heard about Meatless Monday, the international campaign that encourages people to skip meat the first day each week?
We’ve been taught to believe that bad skin occurs due to raging hormones during the teenage years, but many adults struggle with skin problems as well.
Air pollution exposure has long been suspected to increase the risk of both heart and lung diseases, but another important organ may also be at risk of injury from this contaminated air: the brain.
Olympian Steven Holcomb led the U.S. bobsledding team to a bronze medal in the two-man bobsled competition on Tuesday – the country’s first medal in the event since 1952.
Doctors have discovered a way to potentially prevent the spread of glioblastoma – the deadliest form of brain cancer.
California health officials warned that certain edible cacti may pose a health danger, after they were sprayed with dangerous pesticides in Mexico.
Incessant tail chasing, repetitive shadow stalking, relentless paw chewing for hours and hours every day: Dogs can suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder, too. And a new study helps explain why.
Though they are crucial for preventing skull fractures, football helmets may do very little to protect players against concussions.
Medical offices might have gone high-tech, but some of the advice you'll hear there these days rings more nostalgic: Complain of constipation or congestion and you may get an Rx for dried plums (née prunes) or a saltwater gargle.
A new potential test for persistent Lyme disease uses an organism that's known to be good at picking up diseases: ticks.
When fatty deposits build up in the arteries, interfering with blood flow to the heart, your doctor may perform a coronary angioplasty. Dr. Manny goes into the operating room to show us exactly how it’s done
The doctors were out of ideas to help 5-year-old Charlotte Figi.
The adage "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning" is destined for a futuristic makeover.