A study shows your child’s birthday may put him or her at risk for misdiagnosis. Normal behavior may look like (and be diagnosed as) ADHD … when it’s not!
Older adult exercisers maintained muscle mass and strength, avoided weight gain and high cholesterol, and kept their immune systems young. You can, too!
Game nights and family dinners bond your family and benefit your kids’ academic, social and communication skills: this complete guide will make it a success.
Think you’re healthy? A new University of Florida study finds that being thin won’t necessarily protect you from heart disease.
A new meta-analysis finds dietary fiber greatly lowers rates of heart disease, diabetes, stroke and colorectal cancer. Use this guide to avoid those diseases.
A new clinical study from Oregon Health & Science University finds that alpha-lipoic acid helps multiple sclerosis patients with walking and balance.
A new study has found sports compression stockings are so effective, they should be considered performance enhancers for athletes!
A higher intake of vitamin C is crucial for Metabolic syndrome patients, to halt a deadly cycle of antioxidant disruption and health-related problems.
A new clinical study reveals which type of weight loss surgery is the most effective for weight loss and long term maintenance.
Many young people turn to mobile applications for mental health, but but there are pros and cons to keep in mind when using them.