The secret to achieving Hollywood eyes can be found in new medications, lash extensions or false eyelashes. We weigh the pros and cons of safely using lash-enhancing beauty products.
Modern-day shapewear won't permanently narrow your ribcage or relocate your organs. When worn with some common sense, these little miracle workers are perfectly safe.
Although stretch marks can’t be prevented, there are many treatments available to reduce the appearance of stretch marks, and most fade over time.
Ear buds and earphones are everywhere -- and may even seem physically attached to some teens. While these little sonic feeding tubes can fill us with music, they can also cause hearing damage. Here’s how to minimize the risk.
The eye infection that has sidelined NBC Olympics anchor Bob Costas is highly common during the cold and flu season. Costas has said he has conjunctivitis, which is sometimes called pink eye.
Elderly women may spend as much as two-thirds of their waking hours in sedentary behavior, a study finds. But an expert says there is still an opportunity for sedentary older people to exercise and stay healthier.
You child says she’s not feeling well. She’s very tired and has a cough and a stuffy nose. How do you know if it’s the flu or merely a cold?
Winter does more than just raise your heating bill and chill your bones. It can have an effect on both your physical and mental health.
When does a nip turn into a bite? If you spend extended periods out in the cold, you need to watch for frostbite. Learn how you can stop frostbite before it bites you.
Vaccines are one of the greatest medical advances in the history of mankind. They are up there with the development of antibiotics, clean sanitation and the X-ray. Immunizations prevent sickness, disabilities and death and have eradicated some deadly diseases.