Chemical Found In Toothpaste May Help Fuel Antibiotic ResistanceA chemical called triclosan, which is often used in toothpaste, could be contributing to antibiotic resistance.
Taking NSAIDs Around Conception May Increase Risk Of Early MiscarriageA popular group of over-the-counter pain relievers could increase your risk of miscarriage even before you get pregnant.
Light Drinking May Prolong Your LifeEnjoying a cocktail from time to time may be good for your health.
Not All Screen Time Bad Is For Kids?Researchers found that some types of screen time are associated with positive effects.
Weight Loss Improves Knee Arthritis Symptoms, Study SaysDoctors often recommend that overweight patients with arthritis of the knee lose weight to improve their pain and function, but how much weight loss makes a difference?
Flavored E-Cigarettes Can Damage Blood Vessels, BU Report SaysResearchers at the Boston University School of Medicine say e-cigarettes may pose significant health risks.
Do Religious People Live Longer? New Study Says YesResearchers found that people with a religious affiliation lived almost four years longer than those without.
Kids Can Be Taught A Healthier Approach To SaltA new study finds that online education can help kids make healthier choices when it comes to salt with their food.
Not All People Respond To Caffeine The SameAs it turns out, some people may be more sensitive to caffeine than others, probably due to genetics.
Eating Fish May Improve A Couple's Fertility A new study funded by the National Institutes of Health finds that eating more seafood may improve a couple's chances of getting pregnant.
Antidepressants May Cause Weight GainA new study out of Britain finds that using antidepressants could lead to weight gain over time.
Number Of Doctors Recording Patient Visits Is RisingMore physicians are recording their medical conversations during office visits so that patients can review the notes at home.