Prolonged sitting can raise your chances of developing a serious illness — and it may take more than a once-a-week workout to reduce the risk.
January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Find out about recent advances in the understanding and treatment of the disease.
Craving carbohydrates, sleeping in, cancelling social engagements and generally feeling down? You may have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
While antibiotics or tubes may still be the best treatment for some kids, often the best thing to do for ear infections is to leave them alone.
If you have concerns about your medical diagnosis or treatment plan, don’t be afraid to talk to another physician to get the answers you need.
While there’s been some debate around screening for prostate cancer, it’s wise to talk to your doctor about whether testing is right for you.
Cases of the West Nile virus, spread by infected mosquitoes, usually spike in late summer and early fall. Here’s how to lower your risk of catching it.
You’ve probably heard of postpartum depression. But other mental health problems are just as common among new mothers, both before and after delivery.