They are called night terrors and, clearly, they can be terrors for the parent as well.
Trying to follow these ideal health behaviors early in life can have a tremendous benefit on maintaining ideal health throughout the lifespan.
There have been extensive studies looking at the best positions for the baby to be put to bed and the type of bedding recommended.
According to a recent study, 5,000 steps or more improved sleep quality, and 7,500 reduced the risk of obesity.
Research shows that the more you log on to social media, the less happy you become.
A new study from the Massachusetts General Hospital says it makes sense to eat more fruits and vegetables and avoid red meat.
New report says that app on your phone could be having a negative impact on your overall sleep.
One of the most important predictors of a healthy pregnancy is being as healthy as possible prior to getting pregnant.
Stroke is not only frightening it is also a particularly frustrating condition because if you’re a stroke survivor, you’re at high risk for having another stroke.
People with the condition experience tremors that are, at the very least annoying to them, and at the worst impacting day to day activities.
We don’t talk about peripheral artery disease very often, but this common condition increases your risk for heart disease, heart attack, stroke, infection and amputation.
An article in the Journal Pediatrics supports concerns that children who would not otherwise have smoked are using e-cigarettes.
For people with heart disease or lung problems there is definitely a feeling that it’s dangerous or even impossible to exercise.
So how good is aspirin in the prevention of heart disease.
Depression is known as a strong predictor of poor adherence to many medications.