• Poverty Could Drive Up Youth Suicide Risk By Web MD   -   Jan 27, 2020

    POVERTY COULD DRIVE UP YOUTH SUICIDE RISK

    Children and teens in U.S. counties where 20% or more of the population lives below the federal poverty level were 37% more likely...

  • Genes May Show Players at Risk for Brain Trouble By Web MD   -   Jan 27, 2020

    GENES MAY SHOW PLAYERS AT RISK FOR BRAIN TROUBLE

    Among soccer players who headed the ball the most, those with the gene mutation called the apolipoprotein E epsilon4 allele did four...

    Brain
  • Kobe Bryant Dies in Helicopter Crash By Web MD   -   Jan 27, 2020

    KOBE BRYANT DIES IN HELICOPTER CRASH

    The helicopter crashed just before 10 a.m. into a hillside near Calabasas, Calif., about 30 miles northwest of Los Angeles.

  • Even Female Bosses Face Sexual Harrassment: Study By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    EVEN FEMALE BOSSES FACE SEXUAL HARRASSMENT: STUDY

    Researchers examined workplace sexual harassment in the United States, Japan and Sweden. They found that female supervisors experienced...

    Face
  • CDC Confirms Second U.S. Coronavirus Case By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    CDC CONFIRMS SECOND U.S. CORONAVIRUS CASE

    The patient is a woman in her 60s. She had symptoms a few days after returning to the U.S. from a trip to Wuhan, China, on Jan. 13....

  • 4 New Advances for Treating Skin and Body Issues By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    4 NEW ADVANCES FOR TREATING SKIN AND BODY ISSUES

    In dermatology, advances in technology have the potential to simplify some of the most complicated treatments.

    Skin, Dermatology
  • Low-Dose Aspirin Might Help Prevent Preterm Births By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    LOW-DOSE ASPIRIN MIGHT HELP PREVENT PRETERM BIRTHS

    The trial, which was run in six lower-income countries, found that giving first-time mothers a daily low-dose aspirin reduced their...

  • Many Critical Workers in U.S. Short on Sleep By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    MANY CRITICAL WORKERS IN U.S. SHORT ON SLEEP

    Their analysis of data from more than 150,000 employed adults between 2010 and 2018 also found that the rate of inadequate sleep rose...

    Sleep
  • Faulty Immune System May Lead to Lung Cancer By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    FAULTY IMMUNE SYSTEM MAY LEAD TO LUNG CANCER

    An immune system that's not functioning normally may lead to lung cancer in patients who don't smoke, a new study suggests.

    Cancer
  • Washington Monitors Coronavirus Patient's Contacts By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    WASHINGTON MONITORS CORONAVIRUS PATIENT'S CONTACTS

    The CDC confirmed the Washington state resident's diagnosis Tuesday. By Wednesday, state public health officials had identified 16...

  • How Many Steps a Day Do You Really Need? By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    HOW MANY STEPS A DAY DO YOU REALLY NEED?

    A new study found that just 4,400 steps reduced the risk of premature mortality in women by 41%.

  • Smart Fitness By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    SMART FITNESS

    From apps that automatically adjust your workout when you're sore to pants that help you nail your yoga pose, artificial intelligence...

    Nail
  • Male Body Image By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    MALE BODY IMAGE

    In a 2019 study that included 7,000 young American men ages 18 to 24, more than one in five of them reported eating problems related...

  • Coronavirus 2020 Outbreak: Latest Updates By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    CORONAVIRUS 2020 OUTBREAK: LATEST UPDATES

    Everything you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak that has sickened hundreds and killed more than two dozen around the globe....

  • By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    GAME DAY FOOD

    Throwing a Super Bowl party? You don't have to do all the work on game day.

    Food
  • Pet Apps From First Aid to Fitness By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    PET APPS FROM FIRST AID TO FITNESS

    Whether you have one pet or a menagerie, keeping track of their current medications, vaccination due dates, and other health information...

    Vaccination, AIDS
  • Baby Microbiome: Nurturing Your Baby's Healthy Bacteria By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    BABY MICROBIOME: NURTURING YOUR BABY'S HEALTHY BACTERIA

    The trillions of bacteria that inhabit your gut and other bodily regions can have a critical impact on your overall health. The same...

    Baby
  • How Artificial Intelligence Helps Diagnose Skin Cancer By Web MD   -   Jan 24, 2020

    HOW ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE HELPS DIAGNOSE SKIN CANCER

    Artificial intelligence is ramping up how dermatologists diagnose skin conditions, even serious cancers like melanoma.

    Skin, Cancer
  • Largest-Ever Study Ties Over 100 Genes to Autism By Web MD   -   Jan 23, 2020

    LARGEST-EVER STUDY TIES OVER 100 GENES TO AUTISM

    The study, involving over 50 centers around the globe, identified 102 genes associated with ASD - including a few dozen that had not...

  • Rare Disease Put This Young Mom in a Coma for 7 Months By Web MD   -   Jan 23, 2020

    RARE DISEASE PUT THIS YOUNG MOM IN A COMA FOR 7 MONTHS

    This is a rare disease in which the immune system attacks the brain and disrupts normal brain signaling. It first affected her ability...

    Mom, Brain