Small, early study found longer 'telomeres' in genes of patients with cholesterol and inflammation problems
British study suggests the number of weekly hours walked, not how fast, is what matters
Cigarette smoking hasn't declined among young people, researchers find
Proposed change comes amid intense bipartisan pressure for a health-law fix
New guidelines released Tuesday by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology change the standards for who should be taking these cholesterol-lowering drugs.
They ultimately had same number of children as women without the respiratory condition
Will Low Online Enrollments In The Fall Hobble The Health Law?
Condition destroys tissue much like mad cow disease, but is inherited and not infectious
Less than 27,000 people signed up for insurance through federal exchange in October, officials report
Doctors can rely on symptoms to start treatment, experts say
But first, device must undergo clinical studies
You know certain foods can give you heartburn. But did you know others can help control it?
But experts question whether people responding to Harris/HealthDay poll understand broader impact
Nationwide poll finds shortage of services
Study finds gains in memory, sleep and focus aren't universal
Medicaid Questions Delay Some Health Insurance Purchases In Colorado
Small study found almost half of those with anorexia, bulimia had symptom relief
Small study found three regions were larger, more connected than they were in more isolated people
New guidelines stress diet, exercise and lowering cholesterol to help prevent heart disease