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During the first four months of pregnancy, drinking even a small amount of alcohol may raise the risk of miscarriage.
Children who go under anesthesia more than once at a young age have higher rates of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Superbugs, also known as drug-resistant bacteria, can cause infections that are hard to treat. Here's a look at 6 common superbugs.
Women who have a hard time getting pregnant may be at a higher risk of developing heart disease, a new study suggests.
Home births are becoming more popular in the U.S., but they come with risks and aren't right for everyone. Here are some facts about home births.
Pre-drinking, or drinking alcohol at home before heading out for the evening, leads to more drinking over the night, and risky behavior, a new study says. And it doesn't save money.
Alcohol triggers the release of feel-good endorphins in the brain, and this effect is especially strong in heavy drinkers, a new study says.
The study is one of the few that looked at the direct effect of exercise on the fetus -- researchers measured fetal heart beat and blood flow through the umbilical cord.
Acupuncture offered only a slight benefit in terms of reducing the number of days people suffered from migraines.
Marathon runners do not have a higher risk of their hearts suddenly stopping than people doing other types of sports, a new study shows.
On Halloween, its not just how much candy kids eat that affects their risk of cavities. How often kids eat candy, and the type of candy they eat may also affect their teeth, experts say.
People with higher levels of omega-3s had larger brains, and did better on tests of memory and problem-solving skills, than people with lower levels.
Baby boys with higher testosterone levels were more likely to experience delays in their language development, a new study finds.