Depression In Teenagers: Warning Signs Parents Should Watch ForMany parents struggle to distinguish depression from normal ups and downs.
Study: Brushing Your Teeth Regularly May Help Protect Your HeartBrushing your teeth won't just freshen your breath, but it may also help protect your heart.
Binge Drinking Among Women Is On The Rise, Study SaysAccording to a study from Columbia University, binge drinking is on the rise among almost all adults.
UMass Medical School Works To Ease Challenge Of Duchenne Muscular DystrophyCaring for a child with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy can be challenging, but a local family's philanthropy and UMass Medical School are trying to make it easier for patients and their families.
Tufts Medical Center Offers Unique Procedure To Combat Abnormal Heart RhythmA local medical center is using a new procedure to help patients with an abnormal heart rhythm.
Water Trapped In Your Ears? Don't Shake Your Head To Get It Out, Researchers SayThey found that the amount of acceleration needed to eject the water was high enough to potentially cause serious brain damage.
New Potential Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Being Tested In CanadaResearchers in Canada may have discovered a new way to treat multiple sclerosis.
Patients Receiving Cancer Treatment Want More Side Effects Information, Survey SaysMany patients diagnosed with cancer undergo chemotherapy, radiation, surgery or all three. According to a new survey, some wish they had been given more information about side effects.
Possible New Type Of Vaping-Related Illness Identified By Canadian DoctorsThere have been more than 2,000 cases of vaping-related lung injury in the U.S., but Canadian doctors may have identified another type of lung disease linked to vaping.
Only Half Of Teens Are Getting The HPV VaccineIt’s recommended for all boys and girls to prevent cancer later in life.
Study Shows Half Of Middle-Aged Adults Worry About Developing DementiaMany middle-aged adults worry they will develop dementia but are turning to unproven strategies to reduce their risk.