Fish is good for you, better than heart-damaging red meat and even better than lean poultry. Even so, it is not a popular choice in the kitchen — but there are ways to overcome opposition to it.
Kegel routines, long considered valuable to women, can help men with incontinence and perhaps sexual dysfunction, studies have found.
Flaws in the way that dietary supplements are monitored and reported are causing potentially life-threatening delays in how long dangerous products linger on store shelves.
Given the mounting death toll related to painkillers, many state health officials and advocacy groups fear Zohydro has a high potential for abuse.
A Canadian study has found that almost one-third of patients never fill the prescriptions for the medicines they are told to take.
Insects live near us, with us and on us, innocuous roommates in our urban dwellings – a veritable natural history museum in our homes.
Attention deficits are not the only perils of peripatetic texting.
Millions of Americans take fish oil supplements to promote heart and vascular health. But a new analysis suggests that some consumers may not always get what they are paying for.
Most studies say that braking function returns to normal four weeks after right knee arthroscopy, nine weeks after surgery for an ankle fracture, and six weeks after the patient can walk unencumbered after a fracture of a major lower-body bone.
The noise at football games and other events is enough to cause permanent damage and to increase the likelihood of future damage. A few simple steps may help minimize the risks.