Dr. Brian McDonough
According to a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine smokers loose at least 10 years of life expectancy compared to non-smokers.
According to a Pew Research Center study, 72-percent of us went online to find health information in the past year.
Suicide is known to be the third leading cause of death among teens.
Medical experts warn this holiday season can land you in the emergency room if you are not careful, even people who are otherwise healthy.
Reindeer actually have very red noses, according to a report in the British Medical Journal.
People whose minds wander while driving, especially when intense, are significantly more likely to be responsible for a crash, according to a new study.
NFL players and other professional athletes get most of the attention for concussions, but a new report from the Journal of Neuroscience says younger athletes are even more at risk.
Information in the Clinical Infectious Disease Journal suggests it’s safe for people over 65 to get the Whooping Cough vaccine.
Several organizations are asking that families with young children get their homes tested for lead.
A new study suggests that when people are under stress their memory might improve.
Bill Cosby was part of a panel discussion on the health of Philadelphians on Monday in which the overwhelming worry was about obesity.
Scientists reported Sunday that they have completed a major analysis of the genetics of breast cancer, finding four major classes of the disease.
According to a study, fish oil supplements provide some health benefits but there’s no proof taking them will extend your life.
Coinciding with the start of the NFL season, a new study sheds some light on how dangerous the sport can be for the men who play it for a living.
Most people don’t often think about their blood type unless they are going to give blood or get blood. But it may become more important than ever.