More Pregnant Women Are Suffering From Heart AttacksThe number of women who suffer from a heart attack while pregnant or soon after giving birth is on the rise.
Study: Women At Higher Risk of Dying From Heart Failure Than MenA new study out of the University of Ottawa finds women are at greater risk of dying from heart failure than men.
Pregnant Women More Prone To Depression Today Than Years AgoAccording to a new study in "JAMA Network Open", expectant moms today are more likely to be depressed than their mothers were 25 years ago.
Fortnite Season 5 Is Here - What Can Parents Do?While there are some potential downsides to children playing Fortnite, there may be some potential benefits as well.
Most African-Americans Develop High Blood Pressure By Age 55, Study ShowsAccording to a new study, most African-Americans develop high blood pressure by age 55.
Like Fingerprints, No Two Brains Are The SameThey say no two fingerprints are alike, well, the same can be said for brains.
Women Who Work Long Hours Are More Likely To Develop DiabetesA new study finds that women who work long hours are more likely to develop diabetes.
Study: Feeding Babies Solid Food Earlier May Help Them Sleep BetterA new study in JAMA Pediatrics says feeding solids to babies at an earlier age may help them sleep better.
Common Medications Can Cause Drug-Induced LupusAbout ten percent of all cases of Lupus are caused by medications.
New Treatment Can Reverse Effects Of VitiligoPatients are often told there are no effective treatments but a local doctor and one of the world’s leading experts on vitiligo says that's just not true.
Artificial Intelligence, 'Virtual Biopsies' May Be The Future Of Understanding Brain TumorsLocal doctors hope to be able to use artificial intelligence to help patients like Steven Hibbert better understand their brain tumors within the next year.
Narcissistic Teens Maybe Perform Better In School, Researchers FindResearchers at Queen's University Belfast found that narcissistic adolescents tended to perform better in school than their peers.