The study of so-called time-in-front-of-the-monitor needs to be expanded from TV and video games to hand held devices and the wide array of tools that are out there.
By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It is called unpolished rice but most of us know it as brown rice because of its brown color. This is how all rice would look [...]
A good rehab program can help people make dramatic improvements if started at the earliest and safest possible time.
We recently learned that most overweight kids think they are at a normal weight – and their parents underestimate their children’s weight as well.
Depression can be a major issue during the teenage years, but far too many teenagers fail to seek help from depression because they’re embarrassed.
Regular exercise is the gift that keeps on giving. And now, medical journals are reporting that exercise could reduce the risk of hospitalizations, especially among seniors.
In recent years, there has been a trend toward so-called ‘convenience’ C-sections done for non-medical reasons. These procedures are frowned upon and cause for concern.
People with untreated sleep apnea may be less alert behind the wheel – risking thousands of lives.
I think we are all in agreement that too much time spent playing video games is a bad thing for kids, but what about a few hours a week?
Many hospitals will need to turn to what is called cyberdefense in an effort to defend patient confidentiality.
The most common medications that contribute to weight gain are two commonly prescribed drug classes – corticosteroids and antidepressants.
Here is a great argument for eating plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Most of us were told that you had to run long distances to get that health edge. Not true.
A new study suggests physical features can contribute to the social judgments people make in as little as 100 milliseconds.
There are certain tips that can help if you have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive piulmonary disease. The first is to quit smoking.