New research shows that women who took acetaminophen, best known as Tylenol, at the end of their pregnancies were much more likely to have child with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or autism.
Before a new prescription is written for more than 10 opioid pills, doctors must check a patient's pain medication history in the state prescribing database, and patients must sign an informed consent.
Life expectancy has declined over the past three years, driven down by increasing rates of suicides and drug overdoses.
Outdoor adventurist and television host Bear Grylls talks about staying fit, dealing with anxiety, how fatherhood has changed him, and what’s new in his “Running Wild” TV series.
Construction workers and miners are much more likely than people in other professions to misuse opioids, cocaine and marijuana, the research showed
The number of women with dementia is expected to rise from 4.7 million next year to 8.5 million in 2040. The number of men with dementia is projected to increase from 2.6 million to 4.5 million.
Ten years ago, too many beers too much junk food caught up with Tim McGraw, to the tune of 40 extra pounds. Read how he bounced back, gradually, and how he wants to inspire others.
After adjusting for a number of factors, her team found that Hispanic patients were 17% less likely to be admitted to a heart specialty unit, and black patients were 9% less likely.
Investigators say the worker had been briefed on the risks of working with the virus and was offered a vaccine to prevent it, but she declined to get it.
No asbestos was detected in 15 new tests of the same bottle of Johnson & Johnson's Baby Powder previously found to contain asbestos by the FDA, the company said Tuesday.
The Trump administration must include mint and menthol in any plan to halt sales of flavored e-cigarette products, more than 50 health and advocacy groups said Tuesday.
Three British studies now suggest that some amount of narcissism may not be such a bad thing. Why? Because it confers a degree of mental toughness that can be empowering and protective in the face of criticism and self-doubt.
In a before-and-after study, researchers found that the ban, begun in 2015, cut employees' intake of sugary drinks by almost 50%. And within 10 months, their collective waist size had shrunk by almost an inch.
After a mass shooting, pediatricians are less likely to ask parents about gun safety in the home, a new study finds
The agreement came just moments before a judge was set to hear arguments on the state’s motion for a temporary restraining order and injunction against BD.
For years, the 46-year-old man's family, doctors and police thought he was a closet drinker, despite his insistence that he didn't drink any alcohol, NBC News reported.
In the early stages of the disease, people with undiagnosed Alzheimer's are at high risk of making foolish and dangerous decisions about their finances, mostly because families may not know they need help, researchers say.
The researchers point to a higher prevalence of anxiety and depression in women, which might interfere with even the best intentions to kick the habit.
Dozens of studies involving more than 3,000 people did not provide compelling evidence that medical cannabis can help treat disorders of the mind, the review authors concluded.
Nurses take care of people every day, but who takes care of them?