Wearable health and fitness technology companies like Fitbit are booming -- but are these devices really helpful, or just a tech fashion statement? Find out why Dr. Momjian doesn't think these devices will stand up to the test of time.
IBM's Watson supercomputer can do a whole lot more than win at Jeopardy -- it's assisting hospitals in Asia with cancer treatment plans.
For decades, Americans made soda their drink of choice. However, the tides of health are changing, and water has reclaimed the #1 spot.
The FDA is implementing a "black box" requirement on opioids and anti-anxiety medications underscoring the potential danger in combining the two drugs.
Millions of Americans travel each year for work and pleasure. But are you harming your body when you take a trip?
A recent study by the Cleveland Clinic revealed some surprising numbers - over half of men don't even want to discuss their health.
Climate change affects life on this planet in so many ways, but researchers are now understanding the ability it has to spread vector-borne disease.
A new study out of Harvard takes on the lighter side of health sciences, investigating the impact of the dreaded party foul known as "double dipping!"
It's no secret that green tea is good for you, but recent studies suggest it might be even more beneficial than previously thought. The secret? A compound called EGCG.
If you are looking for ways to stop sport injuries from happening in the first place, there are measures you can take to help protect yourself.