The statistics on worldwide increases in breast cancer risk are grim.
Human nutrition and lifestyle studies prove there are ways to improve the odds that we will live long, healthy lives.
Pharmaceutical ads in medical journals are often deceiving, leading one team of researchers to suggest that doctors use caution when reviewing such ads.
Over 10 percent of patients who take low-dose aspirin to ward off a heart attack develop peptic ulcers, which often have no symptoms.
New medical study published in the journal, Diabetes Care, has discovered that three out of every five patients with type 2 diabetes show signs of vitamin D deficiency.
An athletic 20-year-old man is playing basketball and suddenly collapses on the court and dies.
The use of cholesterol-lowering drugs for the prevention of heart disease may increase your chances of suffering from the pandemic killer known as cancer.
Perhaps I listened to too many Bob Newhart records while growing up, but even as a kid I knew that Abraham Lincoln did not have a PR agent.
Reporting in Cell Metabolism, researchers write that when people who lead relatively sedentary lives worked out the DNA in their muscle fibers changed almost immediately.
Tanning for teens may soon be a thing of the past.