In the past 25 years, cheerleading accounted for two-thirds of all catastrophic sports injuries experienced by high school and college females in the US.
Stressful family situations can lead to elevated levels of stress hormones and the future development of health problems.
If you have an elderly relative, one of the best things you can do for them is to go with them to a doctor’s appointment. There are several reasons.
What leads to greater weight loss in patients rehabbing from a cardiac injury, daily long-distance walking or walking short distances at a brisk pace?
Injuries from bunk beds send an estimated 36,000 Americans aged 21 and under to the emergency room each year.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have found that just a few pounds can increase blood pressure.
Before heading to the medicine cabinet, trying making changes in your diet.
Administrative costs may be the real reason your doctor’s bill is so expensive.
If you have a chronic illness there is no doubt that yoga and meditation can help you feel better.
A study of Chicago schools found that only 1 in 4 students with asthma and only half of children with food allergies had health emergency plans in place.
Scientists have determined that chocolate, particularly dark chocolate, may help prevent heart disease, but only if it is consumed in moderation.
The most common sign of scabies is intense itching, especially at night.
A new report finds that airline pilots and cabin crew may have an increased rate of melanoma – but what does this mean?
As the health care industry moves toward adoption of electronic medical records, what protections will be in place for your most intimate health secrets and who will hack the data?
A young girl ate a piece of blueberry pie and had an allergic reaction which led her to have difficulty breathing – but the blueberries weren’t exactly the cause.