Research shows Covid vaccines have no effect on fertility and vaccinated mothers can pass along immunity to babies in the womb. A study shows the rules restricting how many passengers teen drivers can carry are working. Then, a new study says it's not just …
The national effort to shelter in place has closed gyms and led many people to complain of weight gain. Two exercise experts discuss how people can maintain fitness at home with no equipment.
A new report from the American Cancer Society finds that in 2017, the overall cancer death rate dropped more than two percent. Then, a new experimental technique using a special kind of imaging and machine learning has been developed to battle colon cancer. …
A study showing the dangers of car seats. Kids are eating less fish than ever. How do VA benefits differ by gender? Is antibiotic use for acne a mistake? And finally, it's beneficial to base your workout routine on your personality.
New recommendations for earlier colorectal cancer screenings, low rates of folic acid consumption by pregnant women, exercise may not improve prevent cognitive impairment, and more evidence that drinking soda leads to weight gain.
A look at the top medical headlines for the week of January 28, 2018-February 3, 2018.
A look at the top medical headlines for the week of January 7, 2018.
Questions around using stents to reduce chest pain, incidents of asthma are on the rise, exercise is the key to maintaining weight loss, and the importance of variety in relationships.
The number of college students binge drinking is dropping, the physical and mental demands of staying healthy, and sweating less if you have a tattoo.
Experts discuss how much exercise is enough and how to make the most of light exercise.
Studies show that medical professionals are as biased as the rest of us against people who are overweight, resulting in lectures, misdiagnoses, and patients who start avoiding the doctor. Experts explain the problem, results, and what might be done about it.
Every generation thinks the one behind it is full of spoiled, entitled, lazy kids, prompting parenting advice that research shows is actually harmful to children. An expert discusses why conventional wisdom about raising kids is often all wrong.