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Ah, spring: warming weather, daffodils -- and an increase in seasonal influenza cases.
Some vaccines require additional booster shots later on down the road, to keep patients protected from a disease.
A concussion could raise an adult's likelihood of committing suicide by 300 percent, even without a history of psychiatric issues.
Although fish is considered good for your health, science has been warning about high levels of mercury and other pollutants in ocean fish for years....
Have you ever noticed how seeing a friend laugh can cause you to laugh as well? New research suggests that people instinctually use facial mimicry as...
Sudden death in young athletes is devastating for all concerned. Now there may be a possibility of treatment.
Stress might wreak havoc on your day, but could it have a slightly positive effect on your health?
Summer's not that far off, so it's time to begin thinking about protecting children's skin.
Mental health needs to start being taken seriously.
Prevention is nearly always better than cure, and when it comes to your child's oral health, that's especially true.
Avoiding cigarettes is one way to prevent lung cancer-but could getting higher also work?
Veterans who have been wounded often deal with chronic pain conditions. A new study suggests they might be able to help themselves.
Tens of millions of people labeled overweight or obese by the body mass index (BMI) scale might soon feel vindicated.
A breakthrough in diabetes type 1 research could mean replacing needles with healthy cells inside the body.
For couples having trouble getting pregnant, there are a variety of procedures that can help them conceive. New research indicates that testing the m...
Trying to quit something such as smoking, drinking or eating junk food can be a difficult task. New research sheds some light on why the human brain ...
Twenty years ago, the Veterans Affairs (VA) health care system had some serious problems. Although problems still exist, there are also bright spots....
Keeping Grandma and Grandpa behind the wheel might be more consequential for their health then previously thought.