Dherbs Health Emporium President Explains Why Everyone Needs a Full Body Cleanse

Ahman (A.D.) Dolphin is the President & CEO of Dherbs Health Emporium, the parent company of Dherbs.com, which produces one of the top online...

Study: Half of American Parents Underestimate Their Children’s Weight

Half of parents with an overweight or obese child think their kids are slimmer than they actually are, according to a new review of...

‘Hidden’ Sugar In Savory Foods Tied to Death Risk

Doctors have long thought extra sugar in a person's diet is harmful to heart health because it promotes chronic conditions such as obesity and...

52 Californians Died from Influenza Last Week

Influenza dropped in some U.S. states in late January, but there were nine pediatric death nationwide and 52 deaths in California, officials say. Dr. Ron...

25% of Russian Men Die Before 55; Many say Drinking Too Much Vodka is...

Twenty-five percent of Russian men die before age 55, the average life expectancy for Russian men is age 64, and many blame vodka, researchers...

Sisterhood a Powerful Force Behind Success of Women-Only Gyms

Women-only gyms, once seen as the exercise alternative for out of shape women of a certain age, are actively shedding that reputation, fitness experts...

African American Parents Less Likely to Share Health Information Via Mobile, Internet Technology

Though mobile technology has the potential to bridge the digital divide and reduce health disparities among racial/ethnic groups, a new study published in the...

Why Are Hundreds Getting Sick on Cruises to the Caribbean?

Hundreds of people aboard two cruise ships in the Caribbean fell ill due to norovirus, the latest instances in which the stomach bug has...

Many Chronically Ill Americans Have Trouble Paying for Food, Medications

One in three Americans with a chronic disease such as diabetes, arthritis or high blood pressure has difficulty paying for food, medications or both,...

Study: Prescription Testosterone Medication Raises Risk of Heart Attack in Men

Men over 65, as well as younger men with diagnosed heart disease, were at least twice as likely to have non-fatal heart attacks in...

“Caffeine Use Disorder”: Study Warns that Some People Get Addicted to Caffeine

If you can't get by without caffeine and won't give it up even if you have a condition that may be impacted by it,...

Scientists Find Way to Reprogram Mature Cells Back Into Embryonic-Like Stem Cells

In experiments that could open a new era in stem cell biology, scientists have found a simple way to reprogram mature animal cells back...

Guidelines Released to Help Doctors and Parents Manage Kids’ Dental Trauma

Kids with serious tooth injuries are often taken to emergency rooms or primary care doctors first, so physicians and parents need to know how...

Study Finds that Poor Sleep May Speed Cancer Growth

Failing to get a good night’s rest may actually have some serious health consequences. Poor quality of sleep marked by frequent waking can speed cancer...

How Adding the Right Spices to Your Food Can Help You Fight Diseases

Common herbs and spices not only add flavor to your favorite dishes, the right ones can also help fight cancer, diabetes, and heart disease....

Scientists Warn Certain Types of Mouthwash Increase Risk of Heart Attack, Stroke, and Are...

Used by millions of Britons every day, they can increase blood pressure by killing off “good” bacteria that help blood vessels relax. Professor Amrita Ahluwalia,...

Study Shows Health Disparities Among African-American and Hispanic Men Cost U. S. Economy More...

African-American men incurred $341.8 billion in excess medical costs due to health inequalities between 2006 and 2009, and Hispanic men incurred an additional $115...

Study: Cancer Patients Who Exercise Regularly Could Cut Risk of Death in Half

We all know exercise is good for us but now scientists have found that physical exercise significantly increases the life expectancy of cancer survivors. Men...

6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Cut Your Sleep Short

Guess what. Sleep is important. We’ve heard those words over and over again, but other than giving us a little more pep in our...

Cancer-Causing Chemical Found in Some Sodas

Consumer Reports is warning the caramel coloring that gives cola its brown hue may be dangerous in the levels its found in some popular...