A new study reports your daily cup of joe might be a quick pick-me-up, but it comes with a mixed bag of good and not-so-good effects on your health.
At a time when police accountability, especially in the deaths of Black people, has become a major public issue, unreliable government numbers fail to portray the true scope, experts say.
A young boy who was injured at the Astroworld Festival in Houston has become the 10th person to die from a huge crowd surge at the event.
CAD affects more than your heart. It can also spark a range of feelings. Take a look at the emotional side of the illness and when you should get help.
Find out when someone with peripheral artery disease (PAD) might need surgery or another procedure to help treat it.
Peripheral arterial disease doesn’t have to push you to the sidelines. Learn how to find ways to thrive with your diagnosis.
A judge in Los Angeles on Friday ordered the end to the conservatorship that for years has limited the pop singer’s freedom over her own finances.
For many survivors of COVID-19, problems, sometimes severe, linger. Medicine is racing to catch up with the elusive diagnosis and treatment.
Tracking the behavior of aging immune cells and their effects on other tissue could open the way to new drugs for age-related chronic diseases.
A new study investigated the association between body composition -- including fat and muscle -- and hot flashes and other menopause symptoms.
People have more resources than ever when they’re diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, but there’s still a long way to go.
A few bad actors who lie all the time may be skewing long-touted statistics making the rest of us look more dishonest than we really are.
When the consequences of a night of drinking set in, many curse themselves and the splitting headaches they acquired. Science and genetics may help explain why your hangover is worse.
The U.S. Postal Service expressed concerns on Wednesday that the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for large companies could affect deliveries.
The world faces an increased risk of a measles outbreak because 22 million infants did not get their measles shots last year due to the pandemic,
New research suggests a diet is loaded with pro-inflammatory foods may increase your risk for memory loss, issues with language, problem-solving and other thinking skills as you age.
Leg pain is a top symptom of peripheral artery disease. Here are tips on how to manage it and to ease your pain.
A healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet and exercise may go only so far to manage your coronary artery disease. So what might you need?
Greenery along roadsides where buildings tower could reduce air pollution exposure for pedestrians and cyclists, but how well this works may come down to perfect plant placement.
The popular notion that younger people are likelier to embrace behavioral shifts against climate change may be wrong, a new survey suggests.