True Weight Loss after the Holidays
Going out with friends this weekend? Perfect, that is one step to leading a healthier lifestyle.
Breast Cancer Awareness: Latinas Most Likely To Be Diagnosed at Late Stage
On August 18, the Food and Drug Administration is slated to make a decision on whether to approve a controversial new drug, designed to boost women's sex drives. But the issue goes beyond medicine; it's now become an argument over women's rights.
Woman Protests Against Diets Taking Down a Sign Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle in Children
Even as iOS 8 beta 5 is released by Apple, the improved security in iOS 7 is leaving the public wondering if a jailbreak can be developed
For many years there has been speculation on the possible risks of getting cancer due to the use of cellphones and mobile devices; however, no research had provided conclusive data on the matter, until now.
Barack Obama promoted the current budget director, Sylvia Matthews Burwell, to Secretary of Health on Friday, April 11, after Kathleen Sebelius' surprising resignation.
A few hours before the deadline to register for the new system of Affordable Health Care, better known as "Obamacare", the White House announced that more than 7.1 million people have registered for the new insurance.
The recent rise in the number of deaths related to the use of heroin in the United States have raised alarms in health institutions in what many have described as a severe public health problem.
The First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, announced on Tuesday an initiative to ban advertising for junk food and sugary drinks in the country's schools.
United States scientists have warned about the outbreak of a rare infectious syndrome similar to polio, which has affected five children in western California.
At a time when the debate on the decriminalization and regulation of cannabis seems to have reached never seen before levels, the story of a five year old girl whose life was allegedly saved by a medicinal strain might bring the debate on the therapeutic uses of marijuana back to the spotlight in the US, where a dozen states currently allow its use to alleviate the symptoms of various diseases.
U.S. health authorities said on Tuesday, Feb. 11 that at least 18 neurosurgery patients might have been exposed to an incurable disease in a North Carolina hospital.
Health authorities around the world are on alert due to the rise of registered cases of Krokodil use, a low-cost drug the effects of which are similar to heroin, but its use leads to a long and painful death.