FOX News: Health
Just like in fashion when trends come back in style – in medicine, too, some ‘old-time’ cures are making a comeback
Obesity isn’t the only thing that can put people at a higher risk for dying – being underweight also increases a person’s risk of death, according to a study released by St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto.
While concussions are commonly associated with football and contact sports, race car drivers are at risk, too.
The moment a deaf woman heard sound for the first time has been captured in a new viral video.
There's fresh evidence that a lot of young people could be headed for heart trouble.
Eating like a Greek may lower your risk of diabetes, Counsel & Heal reported.
A new anti-drug campaign called, “More Than Meth: Faces of Drug Arrests,” is gaining national attention for its startling imagery illustrating the physical decline of drug users over time, as evidenced in their mug shots.
From my experience as an adult, adolescent and forensic psychiatrist over the past twenty years, I can tell you that parents have a profoundly powerful psychological impact on children.
People who have had reconstructive surgery for a knee ligament tear develop wear-and-tear arthritis in the injured knee three times more often than in the uninjured knee, according to a new study.
People who live the farthest from liver transplant centers may be less likely to get on a waiting list, and ultimately to get a liver, than those who live closer, according to a new U.S. study.
It's an unsettling thought: What if all the BPA-avoiding we've been doing—carefully checking for a "BPA-Free" label before any plastic purchase—has all been for naught? That BPA alternatives are actually just as harmful, if not worse?
Extend your organizational tear into the kitchen and kick these items — full of salt, sugar, fat and other unhealthy stuff — to the curb.
England's public health agency says two people have caught tuberculosis from a pet cat, the first time the bacterial disease has been documented to spread from cat to human.
Women with a sunny disposition may also have an easier time adopting healthy habits, according to a new study.
Banning smoking in public places has helped to cut premature births by 10 percent, according to new research from the United States and Europe.
According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 1 in 68 children have been identified as having autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the United States.
Experts have long been searching for a way to effectively treat mitochondrial disease – and now, new research points to a potential drug target that can rescue cells suffering from mitochondrial dysfunction.
Organic produce is unlike its conventionally-grown counterpart.