Take Care: All About Your Health
Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and maybe a better Major League Baseball pitcher.
Could raising the tax on cigarettes prompt more smokers with drug, alcohol and mental disorders to quit?
There's often a lot more in swimming pool water than chemicals, and it's not a good topic for the dinner table.
After a government report last week found one out of eight public pools unfit for swimming, health experts advise people heading to pool openings this holiday weekend to dive in with caution.
Happy “Don’t Fry Day.”
The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention and the American Cancer Society designate the Friday before Memorial Day to issue an annual warning to everybody headed out to picnics, pools and their own back yards: Think about sun protection.
Here are their sun-safety tips:
The Food and Drug Administration has issued a new warning about a potential side effect for people taking the weight-loss drugs Alli and Xenical: liver failure.
It’s the choice of every new parent: Breastfeeding or formula?
Pediatricians advise breastfeeding for the health advantages it offers both mom and baby, and now Sharon Donovan, a University of Illinois nutrition professor, can shed some light on exactly how breast milk works to help protect infants from diseases.
People taking statins to lower their cholesterol may face a higher risk for liver dysfunction, acute kidney failure, myopathy (muscle disease) and cataracts, British researchers found in a study involving more than 2 million people ages 30-84.
Statins such as Crestor and Lipitor are used to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease for some patients at risk.
A new report looking at the cost of treating Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S. projects a national crisis that is worsening by the day and driving huge cost increases in government health programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.