A new study suggests that adults who share their beds with a partner have less severe insomnia, less fatigue and more sleep time.
Parents anxiously awaiting official word that they can vaccinate their children under 5 years of age against COVID-19 could find relief as early as the week of June 20, U.S. officials announced today.
The gel is injected directly into worn discs using X-rays to guide the needle.
Researchers found 20% of Americans studied with the highest intake had about a one-quarter higher risk of developing the disease over 15 years, versus the 20% with the lowest fish consumption.
The galvanic bath was once used to treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis but was later declared quackery. Now, the practice is making a comeback.
People with lupus need to be extra careful about protecting their skin from the sun. Find out what your skin needs.
Harm reduction is a nonjudgmental approach to protecting people with addiction. These programs give people the tools and support they need to get better. And it can save their lives.
According to three new studies, losing weight through weight-loss surgery can significantly decrease your risk of developing or dying from cancer.
New research shows that even after vaccination, living with HIV ups the odds for COVID infection.
Take that, Omicron. Results of a trial looking at a combination COVID-19 vaccine booster reveals a “robust antibody response” against the Omicron variant, vaccine manufacturer Moderna announced Wednesday.
With fewer oncologists in rural areas than in cities, there are challenges in getting cancer care. Find out what may help bridge that gap.
Breastfeeding isn’t recommended for women living with HIV in the U.S., but doctors should support patients who choose to breastfeed their babies.
Some medications make your skin more sensitive to the sun. Find out how to take care of it.
You’ll need to plan for health care if you live in a rural area.
New studies show a blood test could save some colon cancer patients from getting unnecessary chemotherapy following surgery, while making sure that those who would benefit from the treatment get it.
Gene testing helped doctors identify a group of women who skipped radiation therapy because their cancer showed very low risk of coming back following surgery.
New research finds that placing time limits on prescriptions for highly addictive narcotic painkillers may reduce the risk of misuse.
Virginia Tech scientists are taking a deep dive into the brain chemistry that drives cravings for unhealthy fatty foods. Their goal: To find out if the nation’s ever-expanding waistline has as much to do with that’s in our heads as what we put into our bellies.
Researchers found that people with IBD were nine times more likely to develop depression than the general population, while their siblings who did not have IBD were nearly two times more likely to develop the mood disorder.
It’s natural for men to be less interested in sex as they age. But what about total loss of libido? Find out why it happens and how to fix it.