FOX News: Health
Britons are having sex from their teens until well into their 70s and experimenting with experiences and techniques once dismissed as deviant, according to a major series of scientific studies of sexual behavior.
British pharmaceutical firm BTG said U.S. regulators had approved its varicose vein treatment that uses an injectable foam to dissolve the veins as an alternative to surgical removal.
The World Health Organization backed away from a claim that paints an alarming picture about the health implications of Europe's economic crisis.
For many of us the holidays are a nonstop feeding frenzy that kicks off on Thanksgiving. By New Year’s the average American will have gained 9 to 11 pounds, but you don’t have to. Here’s how to enjoy your Thanksgiving without guilt, deprivation or weight gain
For decades, researchers have been trying to determine when brain changes associated with Alzheimer’s disease first begin in patients. Now, a new study has revealed these variations may occur as early as 6 months of age.
Starting physical exercise later in life can boost an individual’s likelihood of healthy aging by sevenfold.
Men most often regret not having sex with more people while women frequently regret having sex with the wrong partner, according to a recently released study.
At least one person in Japan has been infected with HIV from a blood transfusion.
The World Health Organization said on Tuesday that additional polio cases had been confirmed in two new areas of Syria, including near Damascus and in the northern city of Aleppo near Turkey.
Your metabolism is partly ruled by genetics, but you can rev it up naturally by eating right. Fill up on the following nine foods to increase your body's fat-burning power.
A government study offers a new theory on why the whooping cough vaccine doesn't seem to be working as well as expected.
Progress in the battle against AIDS is widely divergent in different African countries, so much so that to talk about "AIDS in Africa" as one epidemic needing a single approach has become an anachronism, campaigners said on Tuesday.
The signs of a heart attack in women might be different from those in men, but this may not be the case when it comes to chest pain, new research reveals.
Every lotion, shampoo and cosmetic product you put on your skin can soak right into your body – but do you know what’s really in those products?
The Food and Drug Administration is lifting severe safety restrictions on the former blockbuster diabetes pill Avandia, citing recent data suggesting that the much-debated medication does not increase the risk of heart attack.
The European manufacturer of a product identical to the emergency contraceptive Plan B One-Step will be introducing a new warning on its packaging that the product may not work in women weighing more than 176 pounds, according to a new report from Mother Jones.
When Ward Miles Miller was born 15 weeks premature, he weighed just under a pound and a half. He spent the first 107 days of his life in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) – and his parents didn’t know if he would survive.
Children and teenagers who spend lots of time in front of screens - especially TVs - tend to gain more weight as they age, according to a new study.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned 23andMe Inc, a company backed by Google Inc, to halt sales of its genetic testing services because they have not received regulatory clearance.