Older adults hardest hit by binge-drinking deaths, and long-term effects of alcoholism often play a role
But small study showed increase in heart rate in young, lean volunteers
Do you know the difference between being overweight and being obese or morbidly obese? Find out what obesity definitions mean, what causes obesity, and how it's treated.
Researchers say findings provide more evidence supporting safety of the cervical cancer inoculation
Results applied to older men and women, even with other health problems
FDA Investigating Laxative Ingredient's Safety
Improvements through the years have made these procedures safer, researchers say
People with binge eating disorder often have poor body image. Changing that image can speed recovery. Here are 6 tips on how to do that.
Binge eating disorder and depression are closely linked, but help is available.
After sitting out the first full year of Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion, lawmakers in Montana have moved on to arguing -- not about whether -- but about how much federal cash to pull down.
Living with ankylosing spondylitis: How to get support at work and home.
Shoulders, hips, and more. See how ankylosing spondylitis can affect many areas of your body.
Injections were rated slightly more effective at fighting pain than pills
Animal study suggests body's defense system doesn't seem to work as well at cooler temperatures
If you’re still thinking about which diet you may want to try, U.S. News & World Report is offering its annual list of best diet plans. The Best Diets of 2015 is the publication's fifth effort to rank diet plans from best to worst to help consumers pick wisely.
Despite the increasing efforts to fight the obesity epidemic and the approval of four new weight-loss medications, Medicare and many private plans are reluctant to pay for the medicines because of serious safety problems with other drugs in the past.
Research can't prove cause-and-effect, but does suggest a link
Findings held even after researchers accounted for person's weight, age and smoking status
Very heavy people slip into poor health over time, researchers find
Pauline Cafferkey's battle with Ebola took a turn for the worse over the weekend. The 39-year-old nurse from Scotland was in critical condition as of Saturday, according to London's Royal Free Hospital, where she's being treated in an isolation unit.