Why Younger Women Are More Likely To Die Of Heart AttacksWe know heart symptoms tend to differ between men and women, but a new study shows why women under age 55 are at special risk of missing a heart attack.
When To Take Your Child To The Doctor For The FluIt's been a rough flu season, especially for children. As a parent, when should you take your child in to be examined?
When Can You Exercise After Having The Flu (Or Any Other Bug)?It’s a question doctors are asked all of the time after a bout of illness: “When can I work out again?” One answer is called the "rule of the neck."
Take The Same Cognitive Exam As President TrumpHow would you score taking the same mental screening test administered to President Trump? Find out by taking the test.
Stifle A Sneeze? Don't Even Think About ItIf you've ever thought it's a good idea to stifle a sneeze, don't even think about it. You could case some serious damage to your ears, nose and throat.
Happy 'Flu' Year"When I go to work, sick people are lined up, or laid out." Dr. Dave Hnida says we are in the middle of one the worst flu seasons in a decade.
Just In Time: Grandma's 'Chicken Soup For The Flu' RecipeIf you or a loved one is struck by the flu, it may be time to turn to a tried and true remedy: "Grandma's Chicken Soup" recipe.
The Birth Control Pill May Raise Your Risk Of Breast CancerA new study finds that taking the birth control pill can raise your risk of developing breast cancer. But the risk is low and the pill overall remains a safe choice for most women.
Daytime Wounds Heal Twice As Fast As Those Suffered At NightAccording to a new study in the journal Science, you probably will heal faster if you cut yourself during that daytime compared to a wound suffered at night.
A New Vaccine To Prevent ShinglesThe CDC has given it's approval for a new vaccine to prevent shingles, a painful skin rash that can affect people of all ages. It is believed to be much more effective than the vaccine currently being used, and is recommended for people ages 50 and older.