It affects one out of every five Americans at some point in their life.
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Nearly half of the 1.34 million calls to poison centers each year are for potential medical poisonings among kids.
Obese women may have as much as a 40 percent higher risk for cancer compared to thinner women.
The vitamin world is speaking to children. But when it comes to taking daily supplements, pediatricians say kids don't necessarily need them.
A San Francisco-based start-up company is using artificial intelligence to detect and prevent cancer, pushing medicine firmly into the 21st century.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Medical Association have joined forces to reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes.
Parents know the conversation too well. Your baby is clearly trying to tell you something, but they haven't mastered the use of words yet.
Three U.S. senators have unveiled a bill that, if passed, could end the federal ban on medical marijuana.
While you may be enjoying the beautiful spring view, millions of Americans are in misery with watery itchy eyes, runny noses and sneezing.
A University of Minnesota student has a confirmed case of the measles.
Blood is the second most common liquid inside us after water, but many people grow nauseous just looking at it.
Researchers at Northeastern University did a study on what they say could dramatically increase the survival rate of patients with cancer.
Heroin overdose deaths are climbing at an alarming rate rising 37 percent from 2000 to 2013, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
When you go to any grocery store, you are likely to see a whole host of gluten-free products.
More than one out of every five high school girls report being physically or sexually assaulted by someone they dated.