The cancer-causing chemical known as PCB still affects the health of older Americans, even though it’s been outlawed in the U.S. since 1979.
Children who contract with the H1N1 flu have a better chance of surviving if they receive a type of antiviral drug called a neuraminidase inhibitor, or NAI.
Steroid injections given to pregnant women ahead of premature delivery may increase a baby’s risk of behavioral problems later on in life.
Exercise can help pregnant women quit smoking.
A new study is outlining steps women can take to a have a healthy pregnancy.
Controlling blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels can substantially reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke for overweight people.
The largest study ever on the health benefits of eating nuts shows people who eat almonds, cashews, pistachios, and other tree nuts every day had a 20 percent lower death rate than those who didn’t.
The American Heart Association says the health benefits of quitting smoking, even for people over 65, show up much faster than previously thought.
A new study shows the brains of people who suffer mild concussions need more time to heal even months after symptoms from the concussion have gone away.
Taking an aspirin at night may reduce your risk of a morning heart attack.