The new research done by Scandinavian scientists found that too much exercise can speed up the aging process.
Of the 6 infant patients detailed in the study, all or most had smaller heads, conjoined toes, and a cleft palate.
One of the nation's largest pharmacy chains is planning to overhaul the way it reimburses its pharmacies for prescriptions as the industry works to provide greater clarity on drug pricing.
The term "white lung syndrome" refers to some pneumonia-infected chest scans that show damaged lungs, doctors say.
Oncologists and dieticians say "overall nutrition quality" is key to lowering your risks of colorectal cancer.
U.S. health officials say flu is picking up steam while RSV lung infections may be peaking.
The law aims to prevent landlords from discriminating against renters due to weight limits and to implement workplace accommodations for overweight Americans.
Women are twice as likely as men to experience major depression, but only a fourth as likely as men to die by suicide.
Ozzy Osbourne may have a number of health issues, but he is not counting himself out just yet.
Not everyone feels fine after red wine, and a new study offers an explanation about what could be the culprit.
A recent survey asked the age-old question: can money buy happiness? More than half said yes, and here's the price tag for the average American.
A recent study published in Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences highlights the complex impact of friendships on health. While strong friendships were associated with improved well-being, such as reduced mortality risk and increased physical activity, the study also revealed a downside.
A Brooklyn woman who died from cancer last week has raised enough money to erase millions of dollars in medical debt with a posthumous plea for help.
Kelsey Hatcher was just 17 when she learned she had a double uterus.
Holiday meals may be changing for millions of Americans struggling with obesity and taking a new generation of weight-loss drugs.
According to health department data, the number of flu cases across Long Island is on the rise and officials are urging people to get vaccinated before gathering with friends and family for the holiday season.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a food safety alert linked to several fruits.
New technology is allowing kids who have never been able to walk before the opportunity to take steps of their own.
The new release of free COVID-19 nasal swab tests comes ahead of the first winter since the pandemic started that insurers are no longer required to cover the cost of them.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter spent five decades of championing the education, understanding, and normalizing of mental health and substance abuse treatment.