The smoking and drinking rate in teens have fallen to an all-time low, a new study reported.
Shingles can temporarily increase risk of stroke and heart attack in older individuals.
Leading a country can reduce one's lifespan, a new study found.
Letting your pets into the bed can be good for your sleep, a new study reported.
Primary care doctors prescribe narcotics too often, according to a new study.
Olive and sunflower oils are not good for babies' skin, a new study found.
Helping others can reduce the effects of everyday stress, a new study reported.
At least 1,000 people, including more than 300 infants, at a California hospital could have been exposed to tuberculosis.
People with asthma cannot lower their risk of developing a cold by taking vitamin D supplements, a study reported.
758 hospitals across the United States will be fined for safety incidents, a new Medicare report revealed.
Antibiotic use in food animals has not fallen despite fears over the growth of drug-resistance bugs.
For people with early signs of dementia, singing can be an effective tool in boosting memory and mood.
Harvard University researchers are warning people that a lot of e-cigarette flavorings contain chemicals that can hurt lung health.
Being happy or sad will not affect your lifespan, a new study is reporting.
Young doctors who are in training have "unacceptably high" rates of depression, a new study reported.