The answer is not so straightforward, depending on which expert you ask.
From chicken noodle soup to hot-cold imbalances, we look at the science to see if cultural health remedies have merit.
Health experts hope to understand Web-surfing behaviors and motivations of those at risk of suicide.
From social marketing to the Internet, HIV prevention experts spread messages of safe sex and clean syringe use.
Women with anemia consumed less protein, folate, vitamin B12, iron, vitamin C and red meat than women without anemia.
Women who take hormones to relieve symptoms of menopause could be increasing their risk of developing ovarian cancer no matter what type of hormones, according to new research.
And the more you exercise, the less salt will be able to raise your blood pressure, the study showed.
And the extra 240 calories a day from the apples didn't lead to any weight gain over the year-long study.
The stimulants are meant for people with ADHD and narcolepsy, but some experts warn they can come with negative side effects.