Study Shows Public Workplace Encouragement May Prompt More Women To LeadA new study identifies at least one way that companies can help women lead.
Financial Penalty May Lead To Better Vaccination Rates, Study ShowsA new study showed countries that fined families for failing to meet the vaccination requirements had higher vaccination rates.
Study: Drinking Tea May Help You Live Longer, Especially If It's GreenChinese researchers found the health benefits associated with tea were more pronounced for drinkers of green, rather than black tea.
Reducing Tongue Fat Could Improve Sleep Apnea, Study SaysHaving a fat tongue could be a key reason you snore, choke, gasp or stop breathing periodically during the night, ruining your sleep and potentially your health.
Working Out To Music Yields Additional Benefits, Researchers FindMany people feel better when they exercise to music, and now there's science to back it up. Researchers in Australia reviewed nearly 140 studies between 1911 and 2017 and found numerous benefits to listening to music while exercising.
Average Body Temperatures Lower Than Previously Thought, Researchers SayMany of us were taught that the normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Not only is that wrong, but researchers have now found that the average body temperature has been falling over time.
Flu Season Shaping Up To Be Worse Than Last Year In MassachusettsThe health department urges people across the state to get vaccinated and stay home if they feel sick to help stop the virus from spreading.
The Cost Of Having A Baby Is Going UpHaving a baby isn't cheap. And according to a new study it's getting even more expensive.
Baby Powder Likely Does Not Cause Ovarian Cancer, Study FindsGynecologists say this study is reassuring.
Dana-Farber Sleep Education Class Helping Cancer Survivors Rest BetterMany cancer survivors have trouble sleeping, so the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is offering a sleep education class to change that.
Allergic To Dogs? It Might Only Be Males, Boston Doctor SaysLove dogs but find yourself uncontrollably sneezing around some of them? There might be a solution that's easier than allergy shots.
'Monday Reset' Initiative Works To Make New Year's Resolutions StickThe Monday Campaigns is a non-profit health initiative that dedicates the first day of every week to health.
Experts Suggest Flu Season Could One Of The Worst In YearsWe're fully in the throes of flu season and some experts believe it's on track to be one of the worst in decades.
Running A Marathon Could Help You Live Longer, Study SuggestsNew research suggests training and running a marathon for the first time could reverse some of the effects of aging on our bodies.
New England Researchers Developing Eye Scan To Catch Alzheimer's EarlyThey hope the scan will allow doctors to identify the signs of Alzheimer’s 20 years or more before symptoms develop.