New research dispels the notion that "mild" concussions have no lasting impact on mental skills like thinking, remembering, and learning.
A couple tries Gary Chapman's 5 Love Languages to strengthen their marriage.
Annual screening mammograms may do more than look for signs of breast cancer — they may help spot heart disease risk, too.
A head-to-head comparison with other types of exercise suggests resistance exercise may be particularly effective for sleep quality, efficiency, and duration among poor sleepers.
Ongoing stress from the pandemic, Ukraine, inflation and other uncertainty have made some people turn off their feelings. But is that always a bad thing?
Some might be skeptical when the CEO of a vaccine manufacturing company calls for additional doses – do the experts agree?
A small study suggests people who sleep with a light on may be keeping their nervous system awake.
Just 10 minutes with a visiting therapy dog can significantly reduce pain and anxiety in patients seeking emergency care at a hospital.
There’s one group the pandemic has hit with a particularly vicious wallop: college students
Researchers compared total amount of fat, weight gain, and glycemic changes between people who ate the same number of calories in french fries or almonds for 30 days.
Know your knee noises.
Many of the overdose deaths were intentional suicides.
A new clinical trial is using digital tools to teach underserved communities how to keep type 2 diabetes in check.
Does size matter for women? WebMD discusses whether vagina size might have impact on female sexual pleasure.
WebMD explains why taking too many vitamins can be unhealthy and even dangerous, and how to be sure you’re getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals.
Their suggestions can be harmless or ineffective, but they also can be misleading, fraudulent, or even dangerous.
Sibling rivalries come down to how kids perceive they’re treated by parents. An imbalance causes strain even as adults. Empathy can help you make amends.
A new study reveals about 1 in 6 U.S. couples have one partner who is vaccinated against COVID-19 and one who is not.
A new clinical trial finds an old antibiotic alternative might work just as well as an antibiotic to treat UTIs.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents found 230 pounds of pork bologna that people were trying to illegally smuggle into the United States last month at border crossings in Texas.