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.
The vitamin pills you think will do your body good aren't actually doing very much to keep you healthy, doctors say.
You don't have to measure your progress by using the scale.
And the outcome can be deadly.
Chances are you’ve never heard of this condition, but you may have it and not even know.
While abdominal pain can have some innocuous causes, it can also be a sign that something is very wrong.
An Indiana centenarian has a sweet formula for a long, healthy life.
The Whole30 diet program is often slammed for being too restrictive and not based on independent science. But it's changed my life.
Being healthy and staying fit are important to many women. But there are body changes, aches and pains that often get overlooked, especially
Feeling your throat getting sore? A cough coming on? You can prevent a cold with a few simple steps.
There's a growing body of research that the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet is good for weight loss and may help in preventing disease.
Drinking tea has many health benefits. Here's how a daily cup (or two!) can be good for you, along with healthy teas you should try.
Considering taste, nutrient content and cost, should you opt for fresh or head to the freezer aisle? Here's a handy guide to your favorite foods.
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It's cold and flu germ season. Before you try your favorite home remedy, here's what works and what may be a waste of time and money.
Are you experiencing dry, cracked and painful lips? A dermatologist shares tips on how to protect your face during the cold winter weather.
Don't just focus on the foods you may need to give up! Here, fitness guru Ella Magers shares what to add in order to help flatten that belly.
You're another year older than you were last New Year's Eve, which only means your hangover's going to be that much worse. We can help.
Your tummy's been giving you trouble and you're wondering if you have any other options than calling your doctor.
You can have even the most indulgent foods — guilt free —when you plan ahead.
Looking to lose weight but don't have a lot of time to plan out meals? We've got you covered!
People with egg allergies used to be told to avoid the flu shot, but a national panel of experts now says vaccine is safe
This year's flu season is off to a fast start and early indications suggest that it may be more severe than the previous season.
A fascinating new study reveals the personality traits of very old people who live in a region of Italy some call the birthplace of the Mediterranean diet....
After 40, our bodies experience new aches and pains. Most are nothing to worry about, but some unexpected changes may signal larger problems.
Even newer lower-dose birth control pills raise a woman's risk of breast cancer, although the actual danger is "quite small," researchers reported Wednesday....
Marriage may help stave off dementia, researchers say
Just believing you have insomnia can lead to bad health consequences. How do you really know if you have a problem?
On Thanksgiving, people may make a key mistake as they prepare for a feast in the evening, leading them to overeat.
If someone recommends you go on a "lectin-free" diet for better health and you've never heard of lectin, you're not alone. Here's what you need to know.