Evidence Suggests Fatty Foods Diets ‘Can Help Combat Surge In Type 2 Diabetes’

For decades we were told that eating fat would clog our arteries and send us to an early grave, but a current study published...

High Blood Sugar May Up Heart Attack Complications

Scientists find glucose causes strong contraction of blood vessels High blood sugar levels can increase the risk of complications in heart attack patients, a new...

Taking Aspirin Every Day May Help Prevent Cancer

Taking aspirin every day appears to reduce the odds of developing and dying from colon, stomach or esophageal cancer, a new study suggests. Based on...

Nutritious Food Options for Growing Children

When someone talks about 'kid's food' we often relate it to grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers, French fries, chicken fingers, and so on. These foods...

Doctor says Current Research Could Lead to People Already Born Living to 1,000-years-old

Dr Aubrey de Grey believes people who have already been born could live for ten centuries because of ongoing research being done into "repairing...

The Family that Went Without Sugar For a Year

During the April 7 episode of the Dr. Oz show author Eve Schaub shared her family’s journey via her new book 'Year of No...

Women Who Eat More Red Meat at Higher Risk of Breast Cancer

Women who often indulge their cravings for hamburgers, steaks and other red meat may have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer, a new...

Heroin Deaths Nearly Quadruple in U.S.

Heroin use has dramatically increased across the U.S., spreading to groups it hadn't previously reached, and deaths from overdose have soared, according to a...

Jahi McMath’s Mother Shares New Photo: ‘As Healthy and Beautiful as Ever, Proving the...

A family who have been fighting to keep their daughter alive on life support after she was declared brain dead two years ago insist...

Older People Are More Active Than Ever

People are living longer these days and are staying active as they get older. At 115 years old, Jerelean Talley, from Inkster, Detroit, is now...

Fried, Grilled, Baked Foods May Up Diabetes Risk; Researchers Suggest Steaming, Poaching and Stewing...

Changing the way you cook could help reduce your risk of getting type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests. Boiling, steaming and poaching look like...

Cell Phones Can Cause Skin Irritations, New Study Finds

If you're finding an unusual rash or swelling, itching or blistering on some parts of your face or hands, you may be allergic to...

Untreatable Form of Gonorrhea Could Show Up in U.S.

Here’s the good news about gonorrhea: It’s still a treatable sexually transmitted infection. The bad news: It may not be for much longer. Cases of antibiotic-resistant...

More Good News for Coffee-Lovers: It’s Good for Your Eyes

There's another good reason to indulge in your morning ritual: Coffee helps prevent deteriorating eyesight, according to a Cornell University study. Raw coffee is, on average,...

More American Aid Workers Return to the U. S. for Ebola Monitoring

Two more American aid workers returned to the United States Wednesday to be monitored for Ebola. Their return brings the total to 17 American citizens...

Court Again Allows Jahi McMath Family to Prove She Is Alive

In October 2015, the Alameda County Superior Court granted the defendants healthcare providers' demurrers to Jahi McMath's medical malpractice complaint.  But the court also permitted...

Study Suggests Ibuprofen Can Increase Heart Attack Risk

A new study out of Denmark shows people who took over-the-counter NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), including Ibuprofen, had an increased risk of heart attack. The...

Colon Cancer Increases Among Young, Middle-Aged American Adults

Although the overall rate of colon cancer has fallen in recent decades, new research suggests that over the last 20 years the disease has...

Experts say Low-Carb Diet is Best Way to Lose Weight, but it’s Only Safe...

Cutting out carbs is the most effective diet for weight loss, a new study confirms. But the same report warns it is only healthy for...

Long Island Doctors Repair Skulls of Triplets Born With Extremely Rare Condition

Doctors on Long Island performed the first-ever operation on triplets born with a rare skull condition. In January, the Howard triplets — Hunter, Jackson and Kaden...