Most Americans Who Think They're Allergic to Penicillin Aren't, Study FindsMore than 30 million people in the United States wrongly believe they're allergic to penicillin.
Banning Sugary Drink Sales May Help Employees Lose WeightBanning the sale of sugary drinks at work may sound extreme, but one large employer did just that and its employees saw big benefits.
Study Finds Those With Asthma Should Avoid High-Dose SteroidsA warning for people with asthma.  A new study finds some asthmatics are taking harmful doses of steroids that could be putting their health at risk.
Tablets More Distracting Than Books For Toddlers, Study FindsA new study from the University of Michigan finds its better to read your kids a real book vs a digital book before bed.
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?
Bike Lanes Make Roads Safer For Everyone, Study FindsBike lanes are popping up all over the place and a new study finds they are actually making roads safer for everyone.
Federal Government Issues New Guidelines For Physical Activity For Kids Ages 3-5The federal government is issuing guidelines for physical activity for Americans as young as 3 to 5 years old.
Parents Shouldn't Worry If Their Baby Doesn't Sleep Through The NightIf your baby isn't sleeping through the night yet, Canadian researchers say not to worry.
Researchers Say Dark Roast Coffee May Help Protect Brain From DiseaseDark roast coffee may have an added health benefit.
Compounds In Red Wine May Promote Good Oral HealthCompounds found in red wine may promote good oral health.
New Implant Treatment Helps Recovering Opioid Addicts Stay CleanA new implant treatment is keeping recovering addicts on a medicine that helps them stay sober.