A new study finds women who have asthma take longer to get pregnant.
New research shows more than half of all non-surgical patients receive powerful opioid drugs in the hospital.
Women who have weight-loss surgery have an increased risk of giving birth to premature and low weight babies.
A new study at the University of Texas found that regular exercise not only helps people over 50 stay physically fit, it also improves their memory, and brain health.
Pancreatic cancer death rates among blacks and whites have moved in opposite directions over the past few decades.
A new study finds male high school athletes are more likely than other kids to be prescribed opiod painkillers, like vicodin and oxycontin, and abuse them.
A type of metal used in cell phones and computers may increase the risk of stroke.
A small British study finds people who suffer a traumatic brain injury are more likely to have plaque deposits in their brains.
New research at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston finds poorer women are more likely to delay seeing a doctor after finding a breast abnormality.
A new study finds the average cost of having a baby in the U.S. is 21,000 dollars.