Spironolactone didn't boost treadmill test results, quality of life in one form of condition, study finds
Plant-based foods with iron, zinc may help stave off monthly symptoms, study found
Small, but steady, increase over past 30 years warrants further research, experts say
People who undergo weight loss surgery may be at risk of addictive behaviors such as drug or alcohol abuse and cigarette smoking.
Children who are obese may have an even higher risk for heart disease, diabetes, and other weight-related diseases later in life than has been previously recognized.
If you aspire to fatherhood, it might not hurt to go a little nuts. Walnuts, that is.
Severe allergic reactions are common among young children with food allergies, but nearly two-thirds do not get the emergency treatment they need, a new study shows.
When it comes to packing a nutritional punch, a colorful salad can’t be beat. But the dressing you choose may be just as important as the vegetables for maximizing the body’s intake of important nutrients, a new study shows.
A drink or two each week during pregnancy may not affect a child’s general intelligence at age 5, according to a new series of Danish studies. But expectant mothers who miss sipping the occasional cocktail should not necessarily raise a glass to toast the results.
Being obese or depressed may make you more likely to be sleepy during the day, new research shows. About 20% of American adults have excessive daytime sleepiness, according to the National Sleep Foundation.
Older people who take vitamin D with calcium may have lower death rates than those who don’t.
Regular exercise raises levels of good HDL cholesterol, and lowers unhealthy triglycerides. Here’s what type of exercise – and how much – you need to help manage your cholesterol.
WebMD reports on new research about why people still need to exercise after liposuction.
You may be able to run faster if you take off your shoes. But you also risk injury, new studies show.
Depression may increase risk for peripheral artery disease (PAD), which commonly results from narrowed leg arteries, a new study suggests.
Vitamin C supplements may have a useful role in helping to lower blood pressure, a new study suggests.
Want to get your overweight child to lose weight, but don’t know how? Do the same thing yourself.
Why does eating matter for a healthy lifestyle and weight control? The choices you make about what you eat affect your exercising, emotions, and energy, too.
Taking vitamin E supplements may not help when it comes to preventing heart failure among women.
Need a new reason to boost the amount of fruits and vegetables in your diet? Consider this: Eating more produce is an all-natural way to make your skin look more attractive, a new study suggests.