Losing Weight And Keeping It Off May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk, Study SaysA new study shows if women lose weight and keep it off, they can reduce the risk of breast cancer.
Women Now Outnumber Men At U.S. Medical Schools For First Time EverFor the first time in history, there are more women in medical school in the U.S. than men.
Eating Chili Peppers Cuts Risk Of Death From Heart Attack And Stroke, Study SaysResearchers found that the risk of dying from a heart attack was 40% lower among those eating chili peppers at least four times per week.
Study Finds Brain Circuitry Linked To OvereatingDo you ever have a hard time resisting temptation, like pizza or chocolate cake? A new study finds you may just be wired that way.
Vaping Linked With Long-Term Risk Of Respiratory Disease In New StudyThe study is among the first to examine the link between e-cigarette use and respiratory disease in the long-term.
CDC Estimates 1,300 Flu Deaths In US This Season; Widespread Activity In MassachusettsThere have been at least 2.6 million flu illnesses and 23,000 flu-related hospitalizations.
Scientists Develop Frostbite Treatment Spray For EmergenciesMany people are hitting the slopes this time of year, and one common concern is frostbite. But researchers have developed a new spray that could help stop frostbite in its tracks.
Nurses' Lack Of Sleep Could Affect Patient Safety And Care, Study SaysNurses aren't getting enough sleep, which may impact patient care and safety, according to a new study by NYU.
Top 10 Health Questions America Asked Dr. Google In 2019Google users in the United States had a lot of questions about blood pressure, the keto diet and hiccups in 2019.
Babies Born From Frozen Embryos May Be At Higher Risk Of Childhood CancerChildren conceived through IVF using frozen embryos may be at higher risk of developing cancer, according to new research.
How Much Exercise To Burn Off That Cookie? Food Labels Could Offer GuidanceBritish health experts want to make it easier for consumers to understand how much exercise they would need to do to burn calories in a particular food.
Dana-Farber Study: New Drugs Show Rare Promise Against Advanced Breast CancerDoctors on Wednesday reported unusually good results from tests of two experimental drugs in women with an aggressive form of breast cancer.
Lyme Disease Cases On The Rise In US, Report SaysA new study finds that the number of Americans diagnosed with the illness more than doubled over the past decade.
Study Shows Even Light Drinking Can Increase Cancer RiskResearchers found drinking as little as one drink a day for 10 years was associated would increase overall cancer risk by five percent.
Broken Heart Syndrome Can Be Brought on By Stress, Study FindsResearchers find that not only can loss of a loved one break someone's heart, but extreme stress can also do it as well.