Headaches come in lots of varieties, and some are easily recognizable. But some aren’t as well-known. Here are the causes and solutions for them.
Play counts as exercise for kids, and while it comes naturally to some, many others would prefer to spend hours scrolling YouTube or binging the latest TV show. Here's how parents can change that.
Yoga is a wonderful form of exercise that provides benefits that walking or strength training don’t provide.
The IRS says COVID-19 home testing kits are an eligible medical expense. Personal protective equipment is also eligible if used primarily for preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Claims are circulating on social media and elsewhere that masks cause harm to kids' health.
Idaho, one of the nation's least vaccinated states, has expanded health care rationing. The FDA strikes a cautious tone ahead of its vaccine booster debate. Get the latest.
The U.S. has reached another grim COVID-19 milestone: 1 in 500 Americans have died from the virus. Track the latest numbers here.
Elbow replacement reportedly has led to complications more often than other joint replacements. But modern elbow replacements are reliable for many.
Acne affects millions of Americans each year and affects people of all skin tones, yet acne can pose special challenges in people with darker skin.
The average person doesn't need a COVID-19 booster yet, an international group of scientists — including two top U.S. regulators — wrote Monday in a scientific journal.
Here are five of her tips for living well in your later years.
An average of 1,110 people died in the U.S. from COVID-19 each day over the last week, according to the CDC.
Here is a rundown of preventive health screenings you should get, even in a pandemic.
Estimates vary on how often the symptoms known as long COVID-19 occur in kids. Here's what you should know.
President Biden has signed a new executive order to require vaccination for employees of the executive branch and contractors that do business with the federal government.
The update comes as schools across the US have been in session or are getting into full swing.
Some states have a legal framework allowing “mature minors” to make their own health care decisions — but they apply it in different ways, and some don’t have it at all.
A group of researchers has developed a new material they say is as soft as cotton, as strong as Kevlar, as conductive as many metals and could eventually turn athletic apparel into smart "wearables."
Whenever you start a new medication, ask your doctor or pharmacist about the best time of day to take it for maximum effect.
The possible influence of cholesterol-lowering statins on cognitive problems and dementia has garnered considerable attention over the years.