People hoping to find an allergy-free haven may be out of luck. A new study has found that no region of the United States is allergy-free, but the kind of allergy people are likely to suffer from varies by region, race and socioeconomic status.
While cancer proves that we cannot control our bodies, my support group continually reminds me, we can try to guide our minds and spirits.
Can you solve a medical mystery involving a 25-year-old man who becomes sweaty and nauseated and starts vomiting uncontrollably every few weeks?
Obesity may have harmful effects on the brain, and exercise may counteract many of those negative effects, new studies in mice suggest.
Untreated or inadequately treated pain is disabling and can hasten the death of an older adult by interfering with exercise, eating or socializing.
With roasted vegetables on hand, this satisfying meal comes together in minutes.
Martha Rose Shulman, the Recipes for Health columnist, offers creative ways to cook gluten-free pasta.
The latest analysis shows that the chance of surviving breast cancer is much greater for white women than for blacks, and the divide is widening.
A new study suggests that many of the long-term benefits attributed to breast-feeding may be an effect not of breast-feeding or breast milk itself but of the general good health and prosperity of women who breast-feed.
After serving 20 years in prison for running a drug empire in his 20s, Thomas Mickens is using his business savvy to operate a Queens fitness company for older adults.