For some, the heat can also mask a far more dangerous condition, such as the possible onset of cardiac arrest.
A study published earlier this year found that exposure to peanuts in infancy seemed to help build tolerance – contrary to conventional thin…
Lately, doctors are seeing more teenagers with ‘social media lice.’
Scientists at Ohio State University say they’ve grown a nearly complete human brain in a lab.
Parents are getting used to the morning school routine again, and for many that includes packing a lunch
The Department of Insurance and Financial Services said Tuesday that for 2016, individual rates will increase an average of 6.5 percent and …
A good meal may be the key to wooing a woman, a new study suggests.
Giving those patients doses of Vitamin D has become a popular treatment, but a new study is showing limited benefits.
One exam could be the key to your child’s success at school, and no studying is needed.
Officials say that between vacations and back to school planning, blood donations drop at the end of August.
More people are not getting enough sleep, a new study finds.
Many parents relax the bedtime routines during the summer and it can be an uphill battle to get kids back on track.
It’s not just what you pack but how you pack a lunch that could mean the difference between a healthy meal and a trip to the hospital.
Two U.S. agencies say more than 380 people in 26 states have been diagnosed with a stomach illness tied to Mexican cilantro contaminated by …
You’ve probably heard of how dangerous walking and using your smart devices may be, but one study says our bodies are now adapting.
The affected products have a Best When Used By date of December 29 through January 4, 2016 followed by the manufacturing code S54 or S55.