Most women probably don't worry a lot about their tampons, but should they?
The 11-month-old boy suffered weakness after catching the infection from unvaccinated older siblings.
Is it really possible to boost your metabolism? A nutritionist weighs in.
“I didn’t have those feelings you’re supposed to get about being a new father. I was just worried.”
While there is no such thing as a one-day miracle diet, it can be useful to hit the reset button.
Lifestyle changes are the first approach doctors try in patients with hypertension and they can be very effective.
The average healthy person gets no benefit from taking nutritional supplements, new research indicates
Don't just focus on the foods you may need to give up!
Everything in moderation is good in theory, but not when it comes to these five foods.
Instant or decaf, it doesn't matter what kind you drink.
On a hot day, your first instinct to cool down might be to jump into the nearest body of cold water. That could be a dangerous mistake.
Dehydration is a serious health concern — especially during the summer. Here are a few symptoms to be aware of.
Author Sarah Wilson shares ways to cope with anxiety.
Some people freak out, others find the experience peaceful. Silence and quiet is therapeutic in a world filled with noise pollution, experts say.
The deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade may have people wondering how to help someone with depression. The symptoms aren't always obvious.
The vitamin pills you think will do your body good aren't actually doing very much to keep you healthy, doctors say.
Companies that market sunscreen-in-a-pill supplements are putting people at risk
Ever had bloodshot eyes after a day swimming in a hotel pool? It's not because of the chlorine.
The pollen count is high across much of the country. Here's how to get rid of seasonal allergies.
Kelly Ripa and Tom Brady both advocate the alkaline diet cleanse. Our TODAY editor tried the high alkaline meal plan, eating alkaline ph foods like flax and...
Early detection is crucial when it comes to skin cancer. Use these tips to know what to look out for.
Want to eat like a nutrition expert? Some food choices pack an especially big nutritional punch.
Even if you can't take the plunge to organize your entire home, you can still take this small step to get you started, says Marie Kondo.
At 65, Brigitte Macron is 24 years older than her husband, French President Emmanuel Macron. Here's what men say about the appeal of older women.
Toxic shock syndrome is extremely rare, but it's one reason some women choose organic tampons and alternative methods like menstrual cups for their periods....
Breaking in new shoes is exciting — until you discover they are breaking you instead.
For two years, 34-year-old Diana Zepeda thought her GI symptoms were caused by stress and diet.
Happy International Day of Happiness! Genes and circumstances play a role, but you really do have some power to feel happier.
Choosing a sound eating plan, independent of blood type, will promote good health.
Endometriosis affects 176 million women and young girls worldwide, 8 million of them in North America.
Heart problems, road accidents and mood changes are associated with the time change.
What's in infant diapers may help explain the rise of allergies and asthma in recent decades.
Men are pre-programmed to send out physical clues when they're interested in a woman, experts say.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it should also be your largest meal, according to this registered dietitian.
Not everyone agrees, but a daily cup of coffee and glass of wine may play a role in longevity.
Maria Shriver discusses what a meaningful life looks like for her: religion, family and forgiveness all play a role.
Bruises can sometimes signal certain problems.
Powder sprinkled helped children build tolerance but doctors warn about safety risks
When a Yale University psychology professor set out to teach a new course on how to be happy, the reaction was stunning.
Most people believe more sex equals greater happiness, but a study found there is a magic number when it comes to sex among committed couples.
Two states tied for the No. 1 spot in a report that measures which Americans feel best about their physical and mental health.
"I couldn't get out of bed": After a demanding week of work, this mom found herself exhausted on Friday evenings beyond normal tiredness.