According to recent studies, more than 200,000 Vietnam vets still have PTSD. A simple scientific solution might be the answer for them and thousands of other veterans.
Unlike previous seasons, reports of the flu stayed high across all 50 states.
The antiretroviral drug PrEP that can reliably cut the risk of contracting HIV has seen a rapid rise in popularity over the last few years, but condom use has also gone down.
Melania Trump has not traveled with the president to a G7 summit in Canada.
The number of people who took their lives rose across every demographic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Being born to an older mother may carry life-long implications for heart health, the study’s lead author told Newsweek.
It's science, kind of.
A new study found that CBD, a non-psychoactive compound in cannabis, can help people cut down on smoking.
Current treatments can cause nasty side effects including burning and aching muscles.
The approach may be a long-ignored health savior but some researchers call for caution.
Growing evidence suggests there is a link between how much we sleep and our risk of developing dementia.
Dr. Erich Voigt used Facebook to track the woman down and warn her about the lump on her neck.
Researchers believe alcohol impedes cells in the brain from clearing plaque linked to the development of Alzheimer's disease.
A Delaware Burger King briefly closed down after a short video showed a pair of rodents racing around on top of the fast-food chain’s packaged sesame seed buns.
Doctors gave Judy Perkins months to live, but researchers were able to save her life by harnessing her immune system to attack her cancer.
While it’s incredibly rare, the condition causes muscle tissue to break down and could lead to organ failure.
Understanding your body and the benefits of good health are vital for thriving communities.
A 50-year-old woman had to have emergency surgery after falling asleep in her mascara for 25 years.
Researchers hope their work will encourage people with big families to look after their heart health.
Fox News' Jesse Watters said Donald Trump, who will turn 72 this month, is being "fat-shamed" by his critics.
“Maybe 100,000 women in the United States alone do not require chemotherapy,” breast cancer expert Dr. Larry Norton said.
Oftentimes the myths that we’ve come to accept are just wishful thinking.
The fire started in the right of way of Highway 550 on Friday morning and made its way into the San Juan National Forest.
Researchers hope their findings will help to develop a treatment for cocaine addiction.
The research was important to those who felt they didn't have enough time to exercise.
One key factor is that people only take antibiotics for a short period of time, just until an infection clears.
The state has the second-highest rates of gonorrhea in the country after Mississippi.
Researchers were able to turn off sugar cravings in mice in a study that could help fight the obesity epidemic.
Researchers developed an algorithm which can detect autism in baby teeth with 90% accuracy.
The gynecologist filed a suit against a former patient who posted a review on Yelp saying the doctor overcharged her and tried to "scare" her into a second visit by giving her a "false diagnosis."