American Medical Association
A new warning about a popular treatment that many men say makes them feel like Superman.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 35.7 percent of adults in the United States are obese, which increases their risk for stroke, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and other preventable chronic illnesses.
Umbrellas can fight skin cancer by blocking UV rays.
Pennsylvania state senator Daylin Leach, who represents portions of Montgomery and Delaware counties, has introduced a bill to require label notification.
According to a study, fish oil supplements provide some health benefits but there’s no proof taking them will extend your life.
Several years ago the American Medical Association took a strong stand warning people about the dangers of too much salt and excessive sugar in the diet. Sadly, things have not changed very much since that time.
According to the American Medical Association, this particular diet is designed to help keep blood sugar levels stable.
Last week the American Medical Association put its weight behind requiring yearly instruction aimed at preventing obesity for public school children and teens.
Sixteen million Americans—or seven percent—have oral human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted virus that can cause cancer.
According to a study, women who drink between three and six glasses of wine per week are at slightly higher risk of breast cancer.
A new report shows that the country is saving money on treating heart failure patients. But the numbers come with some caveats.
World wide, more than 530 million people have the herpes virus and according to a new report people who harbor the virus can be shedding it as much as 10 percent of the time, not even knowing they have it.
A new report in the Journal of the American Medical Association has interesting findings about bariatric surgery.