A new report details the stories of 17 school and community projects in Kentucky that organizers hope will help reduce obesity.
If the kids are not on summer break yet, they will be shortly, and many of us will be hitting the road or hopping a plane for a trip, but you don't want your summer vacation cut short by illness.
Here is what you need to know about strokes, regardless of your age.
A new study finds how fast you walk later in life may be a sign that thinking problems are ahead. The slower the speed, the more likely you'll have issues.
The Mayo Clinic explains what men need to know to improve their health.
Flip-flop season is here, but just because it's the perfect time of year for them doesn't mean you should be putting them on everywhere you go.
A new FDA-approved procedure targets cellulite from under the skin.
A lot of us have trouble sleeping. For some of us, it's because of obstructive sleep apnea. But a new study finds people who use what's know as positive airway pressure machine to treat their obstructive sleep apnea may also improve their depressive symptoms.
Here are some tips to make sure you are ready to save a life.
The program continues with a celebration of World Blood Donor Day and other promotions this week.
Low-dose aspirin therapy has long been touted as a way to reduce your risk for heart trouble, but a new Italian study finds the benefits of using low-dose aspirin may be outweighed by the increased risk of bleeding in the stomach and the brain, in some people.
An estimated 20 million people in the United States suffer from depression, but their list of treatment options may be growing.
Some baby boomers may be pushing their bodies too far with exercise.
The American Cancer Society describes "chemo brain" as the mental cloudiness cancer patients notice before, during, and after treatment.
To tan or not to tan? Dermatologists say that's not the question.
Kids will put just about anything in their mouth. So, obvious poisons are typically locked up, but some things may look harmless and can still make a child very sick.
Before leaving on a summer trip, here's what you need to do to make sure some uninvited guests tag along.
One in two women over the age of 50 will break a bone due to poor bone health.