While AIDS remains incurable, patients are living much longer — even decades after infection — because of the development of medications to suppress the virus.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to get or keep an erection. It is caused when penile tissues do not fill up with blood.
The boring, old rules of healthy eating are landing on the scrap heap as new research uncovers the intricate ways nutrients work within our bodies.
South Asians have a higher risk for diabetes and heart disease than white Europeans with the same BMIs.
Infections from a deadly, drug-resistant strain of bacteria spreading around the nation tripled in Chicago in the past year, according to a recent survey in the city.
Even with recent advances in safety and increases in drivers' compliance with the rules of the road, traffic crashes are still the leading killer of Americans under age 35.
To keep your new year's resolutions, aim to change your habits, rather than setting specific goals, experts say.
Here are some fresh tactics for shaving pounds, including a few that put a new spin on the tried-and-true.
We don't have to submit to all of winter's indignities here are five ways to prepare your skin for winter.
A stream of studies in the last decade have revealed oxytocin's effects on body and mind. Here's what we've learned.
Nobody wants to get sicker in a hospital than they were at home, but that's the reality for 1.7 million Americans every year, who develop healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
Brain changes related to forgetfulness are associated with aging, but aging alone does not cause memory loss.