This is the time of year when many adults will start putting together a list of resolutions for the New Year, but is it cool for kids to set some goals for 2014, too?
The symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection are familiar to many women: itching, irritation, and usually a thick white discharge. It’s easy to simply reach for the anti-fungal treatments at the first sign of irritation -- and usually this does do the trick.
For postmenopausal women with a high risk of breast cancer, the drug anastrozole offers a new option. It’s the latest preventive medication — but not the only one.
Hits in football, boxing and hockey are known to cause concussion, and so are “headers” in soccer. But even when they don’t result in a concussion, these “subconcussive hits” can contribute to long-term brain damage.
An abdominal aortic aneurysm is a bulge that can form in a section of the body’s main artery. These aneurysms develop slowly over the years and often have no symptoms — but can become dangerous.
Want to make this comfort food staple healthier? Make these simple swaps — without sacrificing flavor.
These too-easy sweet and sour meatballs are the perfect appetizer for your next party. Bonus: they're kid-pleasing too!
Can’t seem to lose weight? Don’t look beyond the kitchen. Six unconscious kitchen habits make it easy to gain weight. We show you six easy, healthy changes you can make to ease your weight-loss journey.
Children with heart disease have special needs, and pediatric hypertrophic cardiomyopathy presents special challenges. A new study confirms the best approach for effective treatment.
Tired of the usual New Year's resolutions? Have a little fun — and get healthier while you're at it.