Researchers have identified five types of bacteria associated with aggressive prostate cancer which could lead to new treatments for the disease.
20,000 child car seats have been recalled because of a choking hazard.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a health advisory urging state and local authorities to watch for cases of hepatitis in children with adenovirus infection.
WebMD explains why and how teens manipulate their parents and how parents can respond effectively.
As your child grows into adolescence, you need to adapt your parenting skills for a teenager. Here are the top mistakes parents make with their teens and tweens, and how to avoid them.
Got a preschooler who won't stop thumb sucking or finger sucking? Find out what to do about it.
Find out what color changes, diarrhea, and frequency of baby poop may say about your baby's health.
What's normal? These 7 warning signs could mean trouble with an early pregnancy. Play it safe, and call your doctor.
Experts explain how to provide toddlers with the nutritious food they need for their growing bodies.
Is it possible to carry a baby without knowing you’re pregnant? It happens more often than you think.
Wondering if your child’s condition is serious or not? WebMD discusses the possible signs of a serious health problem and what to do in case of a health emergency.
Here's what to do and what to say -- because how you react matters.
Tips from WebMD for parents who are ready to transition their baby from bottle to a cup.
Experts were optimistic at first, pointing to a number of potential drivers for the 3% drop in suicides nationally. But many believe the opioid epidemic is masking many deaths that in truth were suicides.
New research finds that over time, obesity nearly doubles a woman's risk of endometrial cancer.
A large new study finds Black, Hispanic and Asian Americans have an increased risk of being diagnosed with dementia, but the reasons why are unclear.
People with a history of hospitalization, diabetes, and higher body mass index were most likely to develop long COVID, researchers said. The kind of insurance the patients had also seemed to be a factor, though the researchers didn’t offer a reason why.
Researchers found that 64% of antibiotic prescriptions to Black patients and 74% of antibiotic prescriptions to patients 65 and older were deemed inappropriate.
The first open-air study of genetically modified mosquitoes in the United States has yielded positive results, says Oxitec, the UK-based company that ran the study
So, men of America, do you really need to start tanning your testicles like Carlson seems to suggest? Doctors say the answer is simple: Absolutely not.