New studies warn that pregnancy complications may be experienced by childhood cancer survivors.
Walking and talking with a therapist feels more relaxed than being in an office, clients say.
Telephone counseling on genetic testing is as effective as in-person counseling for women at high risk for breast or ovarian cancer, according to a new research.
In a new study, researchers tested the effectiveness of using interventions for smokers who were just hospitalized and found that post-discharge interventions can encourage smokers to quit.
Participating in a structured community-based weight loss program can help overweight diabetics lose weight and manage their condition, according to a new study.
When Medicaid offers more benefits for tobacco dependence treatments, smokers are more likely to try to quit, according to a new study.
Communication is vital for raising healthy teens. New research reveals that improved communication between doctors and parents of adolescents could lead to better health outcomes.
Summer is the peak season for infidelity. A new study revealed that partners are most likely to cheat during June, July and August.
Women between the ages of 25 and 34 are most likely to cheat, according to a new poll.
Acupuncture may be just as effective as counseling for treating depression, a new study suggests.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is now recommending that doctors counsel their young patients against tobacco use.
Researchers reported that smoking cessation aids, such as counseling and nicotine patches can help patients quit smoking before surgery, reducing their risks of complications.
Sleeping in separate beds is so half a century ago, but new research reveals that it can actually make partners happier and healthier.
When it comes to having an affair, working class women want an upper class man, whereas men want a working class woman.
Ladies, the next time you catch your man checking other women out, try your best not to get angry. Scientists say evolution and his genes are the reasons why he has the habit of ogling anything with a skirt.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.