Some beauty products and treatments may pose a risk to your health.
After children in a study were treated with laxatives, most did not wet their beds for the next three months.
In some cases, people have died after being shocked with Tasers. A new study of these cases may reveal why.
If you're having a hard time putting down that pint of ice cream, it may not be because you're hard wired to keep eating it.
Obese men have a higher risk of developing advanced prostate cancer, but a lower risk of developing earlier stages of the disease, a new review finds.
Here are seven of the most common culprits of food-borne disease, and what you can do to avoid them.
The rate of injuries related to swimming has risen 30 percent over the last two decades, researchers say.
The number of accidents involving a pedestrian wearing headphones has tripled in recent years, a new study finds.
People who meet their health goals, such as losing weight or lowering their blood pressure, should be rewarded, one doctor argues.
Most U.S. adults eat more protein than recommended, and while it isn't necessarily unhealthy, it can contribute to weight gain. Here are three things you should know about eating protein.
Anti-aging products make some alluring promises. Here's a look at five ingredients, and the evidence about whether they may actually work.
As the 2012 presidential election draws closer, here's a look at some of the other differences between the candidates' health care plans.