Pharmaceuticals are big business, and that has many asking if the companies producing them are placing profits before patients.
As the opioid epidemic grows so does the spread of fentanyl. A new report in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report shows the number of drug products testing positive for...
Vision problems affect 5.3 million elementary school age children nationwide (over 20 percent).
How much do you worry about money?
Whether you're bittersweet or blissful now that the kids are back in class, you probably share a few typical concerns with every other parent.
It's a big worry for new parents: Now that I'm having a baby, do I have to get rid of my pet?
Americans are becoming more sedentary - and it's killing us.
What makes a truly great Olympic sprinter and why their physiques are so different than long distance runners.
The first Olympic Games to be held in South America come with some unique challenges, along with the usual threats to health and safety that every Olympic Game presents.
There are a growing number of newborns being seen with what is known as neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), a set of physical and behavioral symptoms in those born to mothers...
Would you have what it takes to be an Olympic gymnast?
Do you know the differences between opticians, optometrists, and ophthalmologists?
While most of us will never be world class athletes, there is still a lot we can learn from Olympians.
Although you may not ever get your photo on a Wheaties' box, and you'll probably never train up to 6 hours per day, 6 days a week like an Olympic...
With the Rio Olympics underway, we've already seen some amazing feats from team USA, especially the swimmers.
On Sunday night, Michael Phelps won his nineteenth Olympic gold in the men's relay. As he donned his gold medal, the champion swimmer also sported several unusual, perfectly round marks...
Salt is everywhere. It's in our pantries and on our kitchen tables. It is essential for our bodies to function properly. However, it also can be dangerous, or in some...
While summer may have periods of elevated ozone, wildfires can mimic the kind of bad air conditions of the winter months.
To floss or not to floss? That is the question after a flood of articles alleging there's little scientific evidence that flossing works.
The number of indoor trampoline parks is rising in the United States - and so are the number of trampoline park related injuries.
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