Today, research shows Americans eat out, on average, often close to five times a week.
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You can have a healthy heart with nice clear blood vessels, eat all the right foods, exercise and not smoke and you can still develop a serious form of heart disease.
It's easy to think of chocolate when you want to express your love especially around Valentine’s Day.
Researchers say as many as one in ten Americans may be living with a brain parasite and not even know it, according to a study from the University of Arizona.
The Centers for Disease Control says one in 68 children has autism.
A Wisconsin hospital is testing a patient for Ebola after they had recently been in West Africa.
Superior hockey fans supported more than just the players at Wessman Arena Thursday.
When it comes to running, it turns out less is more.
As most doctors try to convince parents to get their children vaccinated the recent measles outbreak has also become a potent political issue in Washington.
A group of Minnesota high schools will soon start screening students for depression.
There may be hope on the horizon for people who suffer from severe peanut allergies.
Energy drinks - they're cheap, high-octane, and readily available in stores.
You may have heard of hand, foot and mouth disease. It can be miserable for the kids who get it. But doctors say it is easily treatable. Here’s more in your FOX Focus on Health.
People trying to embrace a healthier lifestyle may want to enlist the help of their significant other.
Working long hours may raise the risk for alcohol abuse.