The latest round of government anti-smoking ads targets e-cigarette use for the first time and highlights links to a variety of diseases that aren't typically associated with tobacco use.
Life can be tough for kids whose ears stick out, and they may suffer from low self-esteem due to their appearance. But now, a new study shows that although people's eyes are naturally drawn to a child's ears if they protrude more than usual, the trait does not carry a social...
San Francisco has taken a big step toward becoming the first major U.S. city to require drug makers to fund and administer a citywide take-back program in which consumers can bring unused and unexpired medicines to drop-off destinations for disposal.
When you sit with your doctor — at the clinic or in the hospital — he or she has likely got one eye on you and one on the computer. This seeming distraction can be frustrating for patients, but it's a sign of evolution in how the health care system handles your...
It would be nice to think that when you go in for surgery you'd be offered the safest, cheapest alternative, but that's not always the case, a study finds.
Despite the unreasonably chilly weather in parts of the country, spring is actually finally springing. It's a fact that more than 40 million Americans who suffer from spring allergies can probably attest to right about now, since late March typically means the start of a...
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