2,400 breast cancer patients were studied and the question raised was: if genetic studies did not show a genetic link, was the removal of the other breast necessary?
According to a new study looking at a fitness app, this one designed by Apple, called MyHeart Counts, there is definitely a future for these tools if used wisely.
Hospital and physician practices, like many companies, have long used surveys, often expensive surveys, to look at customer satisfaction.
A study finds Teens with asthma are more than twice as likely to start smoking cigarettes as teens without asthma.
Despite evidence linking salt intake to hypertension and cardiovascular disease, dietary salt intake in the U.S. is on the rise.
According to research published in the British Medical Journal, women with type 1 diabetes are 2.4 times more likely to develop an eating disorder than their non-diabetic peers.
Diabetes is a debilitating condition because of the long-term impact on the body. Early detection is key.
There are many technical terms in medicine.
Do you know the phrase, “everything in moderation?” Well, that phrase is very true when it comes to exercise.
The concern is that a growing number of kids are taking ADHD drugs to get high or increase alertness.
Several studies say that children build immunity by exposure to viruses and bacteria and we should not be overly concerned with preventing all exposure.
It is a sad truth that most of the things that improve our health cost money. But there is one thing that is absolutely free and it can have a dramatic impact on our health: exercise.
A CDC reports finds that child vaccination was significantly less common in households that reported using alternative therapies for their children.
Zika virus continues to be a major health issue and the more we study Zika, the more we are learning.
When we think of costs in medicine we think of heart disease or cancer, but you might be surprised to learn that the most expensive condition to treat is dementia.