Pharmacy Tests Turn Up Another Cancer-Causing Compound In Heart DrugsTests by an online pharmacy turned up another cancer-causing compound in heart medications, and these drugs haven't been recalled.
Boston Children's Named Country's Top Pediatric Hospital For 6th Straight YearBoston Children’s Hospital was once again named the top place in the country for pediatric care in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings.
Young Girl Afraid Of IVs Invents 'Medi Teddy' To Disguise ThemThe Connecticut girl turned her time spent in the hospital into a chance to help ease the fear of many other young patients.
Fathers Say They Face Daddy Shaming, TooIt’s not just moms who get criticized for their parenting styles, according to a new survey by the University of Michigan. "Daddy shaming" happens, too.
Report: Cheerios, Nature Valley Products Among Breakfast Foods Still Contaminated By Weed KillerThey continue to test positive for trace amounts of a controversial herbicide that may increase the risk of cancer.
FDA: Dietary Supplement Ingredient Linked To MiscarriagesThe FDA is warning consumers, especially women of childbearing age, about an ingredient found in some dietary supplements.
More Older Americans Dying From Falls, Research FindsA new study out of JAMA finds that seniors are dying from falls at a much higher rate than they were just 15 years ago.
White Meat Is Just As Bad For Cholesterol Levels As Red Beef, Study SaysThe red meat or white meat debate is a draw.
Why Frozen Fruit And Veggies May Be Better For You Than FreshResearch has revealed that frozen fruits and vegetables can have just as many vitamins -- and sometimes more -- as compared to fresh.
Just 4,400 Steps A Day Tied To Women Living Longer, Study SaysWe've all heard the advice to take 10,000 steps a day, but is that precise number really necessary to reap health rewards?
Energy Drinks May Have Unintended Health RisksEnergy drinks may promise a boost, but experts are increasingly concerned that their cocktails of ingredients could have unintended health risks.
Pit Bulls, Mixed Breed Dogs Have Highest Risk Of Biting, Researchers SayResearchers at Ohio State University have attempted to determine which dog breeds pose the greatest risk, important information for parents who may be choosing a dog for their family.
Can The Temperature Affect Your Productivity?Does being too hot or too cold in the office affect your productivity? A new study from the University of Southern California says it can, especially if you're a woman.
New Strategy Saving Those With Genetic Heart DiseaseA father and son, who are both cardiologists at Tufts Medical Center, developed a strategy which saved a local man's life.
App May Help Parents Diagnose Ear Infections At HomeResearchers at the University of Washington have developed a smartphone app that may be able help parents diagnose ear infections at home.