A pair of new studies points towards two potential paths to the fountain of youth.
Exercise is good for your mental health, as long as you don't overdo it, researchers say.
You can splurge from time to time and still lose weight when you choose foods that are lavish but also low-calorie.
A "power gap" between doctors and nurses contributes to poor communication that puts hospital patients at risk, a new study contends.
A new blood test can help emergency room doctors more quickly determine whether patients with chest pain are having a heart attack, a U.S. study confirms.
Donji Cullenbine's young son, Alex, has autism, but when he put on a pair of Google Glass smartglasses they helped him recognize the emotions of others through their facial expressions.
Hopefully, you enjoy exercising and don't watch the clock, impatient for it to be over.
A single traumatic brain injury can raise a person's risk of dementia, a new study suggests.
Deer ticks are scary enough. Now, scientists have linked bites from the lone star tick to about one-third of all potentially life-threatening allergic reactions around Tennessee.
Need another reason to improve your diet and start exercising? Doing so could help ward off cancer, a new study finds.
There's no shortage of good diet advice, but the following tips have scientific research to support them.
Women whose mothers lived a long and healthy life have a good chance of doing the same, a new study suggests.