WASHINGTON — There are no proven ways to stave off Alzheimer’s, but a new report raises the prospect that avoiding nine key risks starting in childhood just might delay or even prevent about a third of dementia cases around the world.
Health Canada says Fluffy Unicorn — an unauthorized natural health product promoted as a workout supplement — may pose serious health risks.
If a serving of hot, crispy fries is your idea of the ultimate "cheat day" snack, you may be putting your health a risk.
Last November, barely 22 when she was diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, Lindsey Hope Finkelstein had radical surgery to amputate both breasts. Within six months, as she was getting chemotherapy, her mom, Merle, was in the operating room for the same surgery, a double mastectomy.
White bread is making a comeback. Researchers say it may be just as healthy as whole wheat bread.
Health Canada says it’s looking into three recent complaints of babies allegedly being burned by Banana Boat sunscreen products.
NEW YORK — It would be easy to brush off fitness guru Taryn Toomey’s The Class as another hippie trend, but you’d miss the magic. (She sprinkled crushed crystals underneath the studio floors, which she says is designed to draw out energy.)
Researchers at Northwestern University have developed an artificial ovary using a 3D printer and gelatin that may help women with fertility issues conceive.
Women who never have children are at a far greater risk of suffering heart failure later in life, a new study shows.