A former Google and eBay executive, Stephanie Tilenius, has created an app to help people manage chronic illness.
According to a new study, researchers found that YouTube acts as a community for people with severe mental illness.
A new study found that when chiropractic care was combined with exercise and advice as opposed to just exercise and advice, people with back-related leg pain experienced relief.
In a new study, researchers examined the kind of help mothers get from a maternity ward and discovered that women who gave birth in communities that were made up of mostly African-Americans were less likely to get breastfeeding support in comparison to other communities.
Facebook is influencing how mothers take care of their babies, according to a new Australian study.
Naps can help people of all ages stay alert while improving performance, creativity and concentration.
Help relieve your children's back-to-school anxiety with these four tips.
Can't decide what to get your boyfriend for his birthday? Should you get him a Gucci belt or a year's supply of toilet paper? While you may think that he'll be more impressed with the Gucci belt, psychologists say he'll actually be more impressed with the toilet paper- even if he's a brand-obsessed metro-sexual.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is now recommending that doctors counsel their young patients against tobacco use.
An increasing number of troubled couples on the brink of divorce are taking a final vacation together in an attempt to save their marriage.
A new app, the Last Longer app, aims to help men tackle premature ejaculation.
A report published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration stated that one in every five parent believes that they hold no power over whether or not their teenaged children choose to engage in substance usage.
A new survey found that when it comes to vaccinations for young children, parents tend to listen to their friends and families before their doctors.
A dating website has been launched to help ladies find well-endowed suitors. The website, called 7orBetter.com, helps "take the guesswork out of dating" by letting women know in advance what really comes between a man and his briefs.
Peach fuzz on a woman has been revealed as the biggest turn-off for single men, with 68 percent citing facial hair as an absolute deal breaker, according to a new survey.