No one said it was easy being a woman, but it does have some advantages when it comes to your health.
Amateur runners -- even those without pre-existing heart problems -- can damage their hearts by running marathons.
People who are prone to the sniffles and sneezes they bring on could have a reduced risk of developing brain cancer, according to a new study.
The finding adds to mounting evidence that suggests even moderate drinkers could be more susceptible to the addictive effects of stimulants, the researchers said.
Alcohol abuse could influence if and when you get married, and how long the union ultimately lasts, according to a new study.
Eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon and tuna, seems to be good for not only the heart and mind but the eyes.
A drug that combines a cell-killing agent with an antibody may result in remission for some patients with Hodgkin's disease and other blood cancers, according to a new clinical trial.
The same mental process evident in people with ADHD may also be associated with a tendency to criminal behavior, some experts say.
A drug that combines a cell-killing agent with an antibody may result in remission for some patients with Hodgkin's disease and other blood cancers
Even the best players can have a subpar showing on the field. Psychologist explains why and how to show up on game day.
A diet high in certain soy compounds, called soy isoflavones, may reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence.
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