Some Say Scientists May Soon Accurately Predict the Lifespan of Human Beings

Fortune tellers may soon be out of the job. Scientists have found a way to accurately predict lifespan in worms – a breakthrough that could...

Study: Yearly Mammogram Screenings Do Not Save Lives

A new study has added to growing evidence that yearly mammogram screenings do not reduce the chance that a woman will die of breast...

Reverse Diabetes: Change Your Diet, Get Off Your Medication, and Start Feeling Great

More than 26 million Americans suffer from diabetes. That's 10 times the number from just 50 years ago. But even with diets filled with sugar...

Is Technology Turning Us Into a World of Sickly Couch Potatoes?

Study found people in emerging nations with TVs, computers and cars more likely to be obese, have diabetes The increasing number of people in developing...

An Aspirin a Day May Lower Woman’s Risk of Developing Ovarian Cancer

Taking aspirin every day might lower a woman's risk of developing ovarian cancer by one-fifth, a new study suggests. Researchers from the U.S. National Cancer...

Dr. Mark Hyman says it’s Sugar, not Cocaine, that People Need to be Worried...

Dr. Mark Hyman outlines a plan to conquer your dependance on one of food industry's worst substances Sugar: It’s the new tobacco. Worse, it’s the...

AIDS Victims in Louisiana Who Signed Up for Obamacare are in Limbo

Hundreds of people with HIV/AIDS in Louisiana trying to obtain coverage under President Barack Obama's healthcare reform are in danger of being thrown out...

Teenagers Who Fail to Eat a Good Breakfast are More Likely to Be Obese...

Teenagers who didn't eat a good breakfast were more likely to be obese and have elevated blood sugar in middle age, a new study...

WATCH: “Young Invincibles” are Choosing to Pay the Fine Over Accepting Obamacare

The Obama administration is aggressively pursuing young, healthy adults to enroll in Obamacare ahead of the March 31 deadline. Participation from the so-called "young invincibles,"...

Cutting Back on Weekday Meals May Be Key to Keeping Weight Off

People trying to lose weight should pay close attention to what they eat during the week, and not worry as much about enjoying themselves...

Many Who Signed Up for Obamacare Face Trouble Finding Doctors

After overcoming website glitches and long waits to get Obamacare, some patients are now running into frustrating new roadblocks at the doctor's office. A month into...

Some Scientists Believe People Will One Day be Able to Re-grow Limbs

Humans could one day regrow lost limbs after scientists managed to get a non-regenerative species of worm to regrow its head. Researchers at the Max...

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...