Study shows ancient exercise improves physical ability in those with arthritis, heart failure, emphysema and breast cancer
Health costs decline if obese patients with type 2 get procedure soon after diagnosis, experts say
Study participants had far more sodium than the recommended daily limit
Researchers suggest doctors could use technology to identify possible therapies to fight mental decline
WebMD discusses how new moms can help their husband or boyfriend as he gets the hang of fatherhood.
An overview of serious symptoms in babies, including strained breathing, fever, dehydration, and more.
Americans 6 months of age and older encouraged to get vaccinated
Study found improved diabetes management in a real-world setting
Got a preschooler who won't stop thumb sucking or finger sucking? Find out what to do about it.
Short exposure to specific germ-killing ingredients doesn't get hands cleaner, study says
WebMD provides insights into common diaper problems, including the debate over disposable and cloth diapers. Learn how to be environmentally friendly while keeping the convenience of disposable diapers, and find out what the safety concerns with disposable diapers are.
Researchers say it's a risk factor for death and disability that can be controlled
Unhealthy eating, sweetened beverages may combine to raise diabetes risk, researchers say
Review of study data contradicts findings reported in 2001
High PCBs levels in early pregnancy associated with greater risk, study shows
And physical activity associated with lower odds of meningioma, though these tumors are considered rare
A comprehensive statewide survey shows Colorado cut its uninsured rate in half, with one in five state residents on Medicaid. But out-of-pocket health expenses can still be hard for families to afford.
The Census Bureau reports that the uninsured rate fell from 13.3 percent of the population to 10.4 percent. Still 33 million people had no insurance.
And that could make you want to sleep later, say researchers, who see possible treatment for jet lag
Lack of insurance is an obstacle to high-quality care, experts say