New Study Raises Questions About How Fluoride Affects Children's DevelopmentA study found that increased levels of fluoride exposure during pregnancy were associated with declines in IQ in children.
FDA Reveals Proposed Graphic Warnings For Cigarette PacksThe US Food and Drug Administration on Thursday issued a proposed rule that requires tobacco companies to place new graphic health warnings on cigarette packages and in advertisements.
Internal Spray Developed At Harvard Could Heal Gut WoundsLocal researchers have developed a novel approach to help heal wounds "inside" the body.
Researchers Identify 3 Factors Associated With Social Media Effect On GirlsMany parents worry that social media could have a detrimental effect on their teen's well-being, but a new study helps identify which kids are most at risk.
Students May Not Benefit From Fitness Tests, Study FindsAccording to a new study from Louisiana State University, school fitness tests may not be a valuable use of a student's time.
Study Says Doctors Are Prescribing Antihistamines For Children‘s Colds, Despite Little Evidence They HelpAccording to a study published in JAMA Pediatrics, doctors continue to prescribe popular over-the-counter medications for coughs and colds despite evidence that they don't help.
Heartburn Drugs May Lead To Allergies, Study SuggestsHeartburn medications may come with a hive-inducing side effect: allergies.
Eat The Seeds: Why The Germs In Apples May Be Good For YouApples overflow with bacteria -- about 100 million bacteria, many of which are healthy.
Rat Study Finds Weight Training May Improve Brain HealthPrevious studies have shown that aerobic exercise can help improve brain health, but what about weight training?
New Study Warns Middle Aged People To Watch Their StepMost people worry about baby boomers when it comes to serious falls but a new study out of Yale finds that middle-aged adults should also watch their step.
Harvard Study: Plant-Based Diet Might Help Prevent Type 2 DiabetesSticking to a plant-based diet could help lower your risk of type 2 diabetes, a new paper suggests.