According to researchers, if you’re looking to keep your memory sharp, head for the gym.
Public health experts are seeing the convenience of apps and websites as a way to get more women using contraception.
The sheltered workshop services have provided employment for thousands of developmentally disabled persons for many years.
The company noticed a possible packaging defect that may result in product spoilage during transport and handling.
With kids hitting the pool to beat the heat, doctors are seeing an increase in the condition commonly known as “swimmer’s ear”.
The type of mosquitoes that transmit the Zika virus are already in the U.S., but there is a way to stop these bugs before you get bit.
Changes in diet and changes in lifestyle have helped contribute to what some are calling an epidemic of acid reflux disease.
The National Frozen Foods Corp. has voluntarily recalled frozen green peas and frozen mixed vegetables for possible listeria contamination.
New research suggests candy companies may be able to make lower fat versions of the tasty treat with a little electrical trick.
A study suggests that people tend to get lower quality sleep around the time of full moons, snoozing an average of 20 minutes less than they…
Among the population as a whole, the impact on children’s intellectual abilities is substantial. One study estimates that lead toxicity acco…
With some careful thought and menu research, you can enjoy a portion-controlled Dunkin’ Donuts meal that’s relatively nutritious, portable a…
Automobile Industries and and advocacy groups are finding ways to prevent kids from being left in cars.
CHICAGO (AP) — As many as 2 million concussions from sports occur in U.S. children every year.
The Boston Public Health Commission is working with city schools and religious groups to educate people about the mosquito-borne disease.
Up to 1 in 5 trauma deaths could be prevented, study says
Fewer high schoolers are lighting up than in the last 24 years, the CDC says. Good news, but the smoking alternative might be troubling.
People may be dying unnecessarily from car crashes, gunshots and injuries, but where you live shouldn’t determine if you survive.
It’s similar to a GPS system and until recently, it was only offered in hospitals. Now it’s down to a small computer.
Bella’s mom says she went to Huntington Beach and had a small cut on her face but never thought it would lead to what it did.