As many as 1 in 10 shows signs of mood disorder after birth, says task force
Study found the very thin or very obese had the highest odds for complications
Coffee lovers don't appear to risk extra heartbeats
Some say kombucha tea is good for your health, but the government says some kombucha products have too much alcohol. WebMD explains the issue as well as what's in kombucha tea and any health claims.
Colonoscopy still preferred screening, but this offers less invasive option, researchers say
They run risk of stomach bleeds, ulcers, liver damage from meds, doctors say
American Heart Association points out critical differences in new scientific statement
Vitamin D and calcium are essential for bone health. How to know if you're getting enough.
Finds treatment works and is well-tolerated in 2- to 5-year-olds
Common mosquito spreads infection; Americans have no immunity
But study doesn't prove cause-and-effect
Intervention helped boost success rates a bit, even when counseling wasn't included, study found
It’s an age-old debate: Are beards clean or a magnet for germs and bacteria? WebMD takes a look.
Though guidelines suggest screening starts at 50, researcher says it's premature to change them
Death Reported in Dole Salad Listeria Outbreak
It’s not just Flint, MI. The drinking water of many cities across the U.S. could have high lead levels, and you wouldn’t necessarily know it.
Infant deaths related to premature delivery are doubled in obese women, researchers say
Researchers say hormonal changes and painkiller overuse may be to blame
The phrase often used for government-run health care means different things to different people. Here are five points to help explain the Democrats’ policy clash.