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Children and adolescents who volunteer are more likely to be in excellent health and less likely to have behavioral problems, researchers say.
A new study finds male infants make more vowel- and word-like sounds during the first year of life, but then lose that early advantage.
Getting a good night’s sleep could add years to your life. Are you getting enough sleep?
Screening mammograms saves lives, and consistency counts for a lot.
That's the main message from a new study that looked at how regularly women received mammograms before a breast cancer diagnosis. The closer a woman adhered to guidelines on a year-to-year basis, the less likely she was to die of breast cancer.
“It is quit...
Summer vacation has begun for some families and screen use may already feel like too much.
A psychiatrist from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston offers some tips for making sure smartphones and tablets are put to good use and not used to excess.
Dr. Laurel Williams, a professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral...
Skin cancer can pop up anywhere on your skin, including the soles of your feet and even under your fingernails.
That’s what happened to Isabel Lievano, who was diagnosed with melanoma when her dermatologist determined that a persistent black spot under her fingernail was the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Lievano, 69, lost her nai...
Summer is here and so, too, is swimming season.
As fun as a pool can be, it’s also a major safety risk if you don’t take the appropriate precautions.
An expert from Huntington Health, an affiliate of Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, offers some tips for a safe pool season.
“If children or non-experienced swimmers will be i...
There is no cure for nearsightedness, but medicated eye drops can slow down its progression in children, a new trial finds.
The study tested the effects of eye drops containing a very low dose of the drug atropine — the same medication used to dilate the pupils during an eye exam.
Researchers found that when children with nearsight...
A former Obama administration official with extensive experience in federal and state health services could be the next leader of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Former North Carolina Health Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen is the likely pick, according to sources with knowledge of the plan, the Washington Post repo...