A new study suggests that teenagers who get less than the recommended amount of sleep also tend to engage in other risky or self-harming behavior.
Problems with healthcare and medical billing in the US continue to mount, as a new study indicates that as many as 80% of hospital bills may have errors.
‘Self care’ is showing up in more and more publications lately, as people are re-discovering the importance of taking time out just for themselves.
It’s not your imagination: for depression sufferers, the symptoms can feel even worse at once the sun goes down. Learn what to look for and how to cope.
There is strong evidence to suggest that as many as 1 in 3 early deaths could be avoided if everyone on the planet were a vegetarian. But is that realistic?
The way we financially access healthcare in America is totally upside down, as evidenced by the many whose credit is ruined due to outrageous medical bills.
Have you heard of Juul? If you have a middle school or high school-aged kid, chances are that they have, and that they know friends already addicted to it.
An entirely new class of migraine relief drugs is likely to be approved by the FDA soon — and that’s a huge relief for the millions afflicted by them.
A new study shows that telemedicine is just as effective as in-person exams for detecting blindness in premature babies. Here’s why this is such a big deal.
Mistreated lower back pain isn’t just a source of chronic irritation for sufferers: it’s also adding fire to the country’s already blazing opioid epidemic.