Choose Your News
Loading...
Thumbnail
New research suggests that saving room on your plate for some crunchy, chirpy protein might be good for your health. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Only about half the parents of asthmatic preschoolers had the right knowledge and medicines on hand to treat their child's breathing condition at home. [Read More]
Thumbnail
People with diabetes face a host of expenses related to their disease, but some relief may now be available in states that expanded Medicaid eligibility... [Read More]
Thumbnail
If you love fish and you're pregnant, new research suggests eating lots of it might help you avoid delivering your baby too soon. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Sorry, new moms, although you've already waited at least nine months, it's not time for a glass of wine just yet. [Read More]
Eleven seconds is how long you typically have to tell your doctor what's wrong before he or she interrupts you and possibly sidetracks the conversation. [Read More]
Thumbnail
You expect blood swings in people with diabetes, but researchers found some who don't have it still have wild swings in their blood sugar levels... [Read More]
Thumbnail
You expect blood swings in people with diabetes, but researchers found some who don't have it still have wild swings in their blood sugar levels... [Read More]
Thumbnail
In a new British study, researchers used a virtual reality coach to guide patients through exercises that provide safe exposure to high places. [Read More]
Partnership problems, not career planning, is by far the main reason for egg freezing, according to new research. [Read More]
Parents, if you want to find out whether your teenagers are "juuling" in school, you might consider checking their Twitter accounts. [Read More]
Seniors are giving rave reviews for medical marijuana. [Read More]
Using an artificial pancreas can help hospitalized patients with type 2 diabetes maintain good blood sugar control, a new study suggests. [Read More]
Harvard researchers have discovered a way to deliver insulin in a pill, and it appears to work well -- at least in rats. [Read More]
Doctors have long thought that giving IV fluids too quickly could trigger brain swelling in children with ketoacidosis, but new research suggests it's safe. [Read More]
New survey found that about one-quarter of Americans "acquire" nearly 1,300 calories at work every week... [Read More]
Children with autism are more likely to also have a food, respiratory or skin allergy, new research suggests. [Read More]
New research finds that a tool doctors use to estimate risk for major heart troubles may be off by as much as 20 percent... [Read More]
Millions of Americans may be getting the wrong treatment to prevent a heart attack or stroke, a new study suggests. [Read More]
¿Puede una bebida o alimento edulcorado artificialmente realmente satisfacer sus ganas de comer algo dulce sin aumentar su nivel de azúcar en la sangre? [Read More]
Loading...
Preview