At first glance, a report in the Journal Pediatrics is disturbing: swaddling your baby could be associated with an increased risk for SIDS.
Exercise tracking devices make it easy to log daily physical activity and behavior and see your performance over a period of time.
Several major studies have found that students spend more than half the school day sitting.
Researchers say a food program could actually be a tool to help people become healthier.
This fourth of July when you fire up the grill, you could potentially be putting yourself at risk.
Use the Fourth of July weekend to get a start on a summer of exercise—not as a time to get injured and put an end to it.
In fact, just a few weeks ago there was news of a super bacteria that is resistant to the most effective antibiotics we have.
Methicillin resistant staph aureus or MRSA is not new. In fact it is now relatively commonplace.
Government plans to rely more and more on advanced practice nurses and physician assistants.
There is a clear expectation that local transmission of Zika could happen here in the U.S. this summer.
For people who have a BMI over 40 they enter a category called morbidly obese.
Experts are reporting more and more that we need to be more thoughtful about using as few drugs as possible.
Many surveys evaluate doctors and hospitals by how patients respond to questions about their pain management.
When children go to the hospital—especially for surgery—anxiety can be great. Well, there may be an app for that!
Several studies support initial reports that too many concussions can have long-term effects on student’s grade-point averages.