Well: Cherries Add a Dash of Sweetness
Martha Rose Shulman, the Recipes for Health columnist, adds cherries to grains and more.
6 tips for outdoor fitness training
Warmer weather is upon us and it's time to dig up those sneakers, especially if you have not been hitting the gym over the winter.
How to treat 8 common injuries at home
Quick—what's the best way to treat a burn? Or a sliced finger? Or a bad blow to the head?
Legal Challenges Remain for Health Law
Lawsuits from House Republicans, who say the law spends billions of dollars without the necessary appropriations from Congress, and faith groups...
Dr. Manny: SCOTUS decision has health benefits for all
As a practicing physician for the past 30 years, I know one fact to be true: Marriage benefits the family. On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court's...
SLU Scientists Develop Potential New Class of Cancer Drugs in Lab
For the first time, researchers have found a way to stop cancer cell growth by targeting the Warburg Effect, a trait of cancer cell metabolism...
Health Law Ruling Elicits Sighs of Relief and Vows to Continue Fighting
Recipients of health insurance subsidies, as well as hospitals and health centers across the country, were elated as some Republican lawmakers...
Online tools can help manage pain
People with chronic pain may be able to use online tools to manage their symptoms, lessening the need for frequent doctor visits, an Australian...
Consumers unclear about risks or benefits of e-cigarettes
While some smokers consider electronic cigarettes a potential aid in quitting, some people who have already quit see them as a temptation to resume...
Having a Stroke? Where You Are Makes a Huge Difference in Your Treatment
A new map of emergency stroke care in America shows just how much of a patchwork system we still have for delivering the most effective stroke...
Simple tests may hint at Alzheimer's 18 years before diagnosis
A new study suggests a relatively easy way to gauge whether people are more likely to wind up with an Alzheimer's diagnosis as far as 18 years down...
Some OCD patients see relief after partial removal of brain
Mental illness can be debilitating, leaving sufferers in desperate need of relief.