We know exercise is necessary, but this research takes it to another level.
5-HTP could help both constipation and depression, but dosage matters.
One of the world's deadliest diseases, malaria takes the life of a child every two minutes.
A new study has some disturbing implications for rodents who like a nice soda.
A recent Colorado study of ER visits is alarming medical professionals.
A bill in New York would let older kids get vaccinations against their parents' wishes.
Diabetics have to endure constant injections on a daily basis, but this new device could make staying alive easier.
Good bacteria are our friends. We need to protect them.
The spike in measles cases stems from three outbreaks in Washington and New York.
Chemo is our best response to cancer so far. A novel new therapy could render it obsolete.
A picture says a thousand words.
Researchers at the University of Basel in Switzerland have hijacked cancer's cellular plasticity to turn the disease against itself.
White-nose syndrome is nearly as lethal to bats as the Black Plague was for humans.
As the popularity of sparkling waters grows, many wonder if it represents a fresh turning point or a crisp new snake oil.
The quick test would be a breakthrough in cancer treatment.
Here are the leading solutions to antibiotic resistance, the next major global health threat.
Pfizer's Susan Silbermann explains the superhuman effort involved in getting vaccines to the people who need them most.
With so much emphasis on mothers, turns out fathers have to be equally vigilant in their habits.
Self-cleaning trays may be on the horizon across the world.
His guiding spirit Thomas helped the author make better financial decisions and take care of his health.
Could vegetarianism actually lead to a lower quality of life?
Many people will try to give you hope or sell it to you, says Richard M. Cohen, who was diagnosed with MS at 25, and has battled two bouts of cancer, but hope is an internal discovery.