Pregnant Mothers Who Eat a Lot of Junk Food Increase Their Child’s Risk of...

Mothers who indulge in junk food while they're pregnant may be programming their unborn babies to want the same kind of bad food and...

Research Shows Preschoolers, Infants Perform Better After Naps

Naps play a crucial role in helping infants and preschoolers remember things they've just learned, according to new research. Investigators examined young children's ability to...

Report says ‘Selfie’ Addiction may Cause Mental Illness

Having an addiction to taking selfies, may cause mental illness, according to an expert. Danny Bowman, a man diagnosed with body dysmorphic disorder, explained that...

Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Of all the homegrown, “cure-all” tonics that exist today, apple cider vinegar continues to be one of the most popular ones. But why? While the scientific...

Tyson Foods Recalls Chicken Nuggets for Plastic Pieces

Tyson Foods has voluntarily recalled more than 75,000 pounds of chicken nuggets sold at Sam’s Clubs nationwide because the nuggets may contain pieces of...

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...

Millions May No Longer Be Prescribed High Blood Pressure Drugs Under New Guidelines

About 5.8 million American adults may no longer be prescribed drugs to treat high blood pressure under recently revised guidelines, according to a new...

The ‘Fat’ Paradox Book says Being Fat May be Healthier than being Skinny

With swimsuit season right around the corner, a new science-based, anti-diet book offers the most enabling advice we’ve heard this year: Those thunder thighs...

Study: Childhood Eczema Often Lasts Into Adulthood

Despite a widespread belief that childhood eczema clears up by adolescence, a new study suggests the condition often lasts into adulthood. Researchers followed kids with...

Teenagers’ Screen Time Linked to Poorer Bone Health

Spending too much time sitting in front of screens may be linked to poorer bone health in teen boys, according to a new study...

Why Getting Enough Vitamin D Is Crucial In Fighting Diseases and Preventing Health Problems

One of the best things we can do for our health, and one of the easiest, is the very thing that most Americans are...

Extremely Loud Noise on the Job May Place Workers at Greater Risk for Injury

Extremely loud noise on the job, as well as hearing loss from noise exposure, may cause workers to miss danger warnings, a Canadian study...

Daily Portions of Fruits and Veggies May Reduce Death Risk

A diet filled with fresh produce is good for your health, and now a large study suggests that eating plenty of fruits and vegetables...

Making Healthy Behavior Changes Can Help New Diabetics Lower Heart Risk

Adopting healthier behaviors after a diabetes diagnosis may do as much as medication to prevent heart problems, according to a new study from the...

New Test Could Allow Some Patients Hospitalized for Chest Pain to Leave the Emergency...

Approximately 15-20 million people in Europe and the United States go to the emergency department every year with chest pain. Many can be discharged early if...

Underweight People at Greater Risk of Death Than Overweight People

It's said you can never be too rich or too thin, but new research suggests otherwise. People who are clinically underweight face an even...

Research Finds Diet Drinks May be Linked to Heart Disease in Women

Women who drink the most diet sodas may also be more likely to develop heart disease and even to die, according to a new...

Study Finds High Cholesterol Levels Are Growing Among Children

Findings underscore the importance of universal pediatric cholesterol screening, authors say Roughly one out of three kids screened for high cholesterol between the ages of...

Study Says Marriage Is Good for the Heart

Being married makes for a healthy heart, while being divorced or widowed is linked to higher rates of cardiovascular disease, according to a study...

PHEN Partners With Churches to Hold Sixth Annual Father’s Day Rally Against Prostate Cancer

“Black America’s largest prostate cancer education and awareness event” The Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) expects to exceed last year’s reach of 1 million persons...