Are you hooked on exercise, tattoos, or other "soft addictions"?
Germs are not welcome in the O’Neill household, as are most visitors. The entire family — mom, dad and their two children — are in self-imposed isolation in their South Carolina house and for good reason.
Makeover specials, magazine covers and celebrity endorsements have ingrained the idea that a bone-thin body equals health and happiness. One young woman who struggles with anorexia hopes to prove the opposite.
(NBC News) The UCLA Health System is notifying more than 160 patients that they may have been exposed to a bacterial "superbug" during endoscopies after an investigation.
Transplant recipient says growing measles outbreak has her especially worried because of her compromised immune system.
Amid a multi-state outbreak and a growing number of measles cases, pediatricians and politicians alike are joining the discussion about vaccines.
Two suspected cases being tracked in Nevada's Washoe County, the first there in more than a decade.
This weekend will be all about the ladies at the annual KFDX Women's Expo.
Researchers identify genetic cause of Sturge-Weber syndrome, often associated with facial birthmarks, which means new trials and new hope for sufferers.
Some parents have dreams of their little athletes one day going pro. But for some children, the pressure can be too much and harmful to their health.
This year's flu season has kicked in early, with activity up significantly across the nation, particularly in the south and southeast, federal health officials say.
U.S. abortions fell 5 percent during the Great Recession in the biggest one-year decrease in at least a decade.
A woman's hair is one of her most identifying features, so it makes sense that hair loss can be an emotionally devastating side effect of chemotherapy.
Kids have been daring each other to do stupid stuff since the beginning of time, but the latest craze has parents and health professionals sounding the alarm.