FOX News: Health
As the U.S. national champion, ice skater Gracie Gold showed up to the Sochi Olympics on a swell of positive momentum.
Offsite doctors may be able to reliably evaluate hospitalized patients with possible skin conditions based on photographs and general health information, says a new study.
The U.S. and 26 other countries began a new effort Thursday to prevent and fight outbreaks of dangerous infectious diseases before they spread around the globe.
Women have a higher risk of blood clots that can cause strokes, heart attacks and other problems for 12 weeks after childbirth - twice as long as doctors have thought, new research finds.
A pregnant woman was killed by a snow plow that mowed her down in Brooklyn on Thursday morning, officials said.
Certain common infections may be associated with memory decline.
New research indicates that more may not be better when it comes to exercise and its benefits for stroke risk.
It turns out clues about a person’s identity and ethnicity can come from a surprising source: earwax.
In snow and ice, it may be wise to reconsider your workout plans.
I spent the day in the hospital today, but for once I was not the patient. I don't want to seem unkind, but it was my husband who was the patient.
While infections are a common part of childhood, they may also put some children at risk of pediatric stroke, MedPage Today reported.
People with two parents suffering from Alzheimer’s disease may show signs of the disease in brain scans years before developing symptoms.
A study published last year found that watching too much TV may lower a man’s sperm count, but in reality, I don’t see it that way. However, there are five environmental factors that have indeed been shown to decrease sperm count
While old guidelines suggested parents avoid using fluoride toothpaste on children before age 2, the American Dental Association (ADA) now has a new recommendation, USA Today reported.
For those competing on the ultimate athletic stage, mental fortitude is as critical as physical. Going head to head with elite athletes is one thing; doing so while the world is watching is quite another.
Olympians use massage to help keep their bodies in prime condition – by increasing joint mobility, circulation and strength. But for those of us who won't be competing for gold in Sochi, sports massage can still be a great way to stay in the game
You know the drill: eat right, get enough sleep, and exercise regularly. And usually you do just that. But even the most disciplined person falls off the health wagon from time to time.