Forget junky treats and cheap toys – the best gifts for your furry friends are the ones that keep them healthy.
Knowing what's going on with your ticker can help you -- and your doctor -- make wise decisions about your health care.
Despite widespread ad campaigns, testosterone replacement isn't a panacea, but can help some men, experts say
Study tracked dogs' eye movements as they viewed images of familiar people, pooches
Although study showed a small effect, experts note the nutrient doesn't attack underlying cause
Drink in moderation and eat beforehand, doctor says
Despite Health Law’s Protections, Many Consumers May Be 'Underinsured'
Yearly testing will prevent some lung cancer deaths, experts conclude
Keeping cholesterol under control may help brain as well as heart, study suggests
All that work you do to make your hair look fabulous, like styling and coloring, can actually leave you with lackluster locks that won’t hold a style. These no-harm styling techniques will perk up your tresses and ward off hair damage.
Many things can change the texture of your hair. Some you can't control. Others you may cause without knowing it. Find out why your hair texture may be changing and what you can do to make the best of it.
WebMD helps divorced people decide whether they're emotionally ready to start dating again.
The FDA has rejected the new multiple sclerosis drug Lemtrada, saying the drugmaker didn’t show the drug's benefits outweigh some serious risks.
Children denied counseling may have lost out, experts say
Is there an ideal temperature for sleep? Learn about pillows, mattresses, and more things that can keep your bedroom’s temperature just right so you’ll sleep better.
Health Law Calls for Calorie Counts on Vending Machines
Experts explain the pros and cons of coronary calcium scores, carotid artery ultrasound, and CT heart scans.
Researchers found people were more likely to eat what they thought others were eating
Sure, it's a stress-buster, but it also helps with anxiety, depression, insomnia, back pain and other ills, experts say
More than 1 million people have signed up for coverage under Affordable Care Act, officials report