Green juice, vodka and sex: Doctors reveal their hangover cures
Instead of nursing a vicious hangover in the new year, let the experts nurse you back to health.
Type 2 diabetes increases dementia risk
People with type 2 diabetes are at higher risk for dementia in general.
Should breast milk be nutritionally analyzed?
The Ache: Breast-feeding has been shown to have benefits including fewer ear infections and reduced hospitalizations.
Simple drills help improve eye-hand coordination
Inevitably, as we age we start to slow down.
Children's smart wheelchair moves by pacifier sucks, head movement
A Barcelona-based disability foundation has created an intelligent chair so that severely disabled children can better explore their surroundings.
Stem cells help evaluate experimental Alzheimer's drugs
Some Alzheimer’s disease researchers are using stem cells in a novel way—as a model of the disease outside the human body, enabling more efficient...
Asthma rate stops climbing in some US kids
Childhood asthma rates appear to have stopped rising among many U.S. groups, but not among the poorest kids or children aged 10 and older, a study...
Ultrasound may be useful supplemental test for breast cancer
A new study adds to the evidence that ultrasonography can help diagnose cancer in women with dense breasts.
Drills without helmets may reduce head impacts in football
For college football players, practicing without helmets and shoulder pads may help reduce the number of head impacts in later practices and games,...
Guinea declared free of Ebola virus that killed over 2,500
Guinea was declared free of Ebola on Tuesday after more than 2,500 people died from the virus in the West African nation, leaving Liberia as the...
Many continue to receive opioid prescriptions after overdose
Almost all people who overdose on prescription opioids continue to receive prescriptions for these painkillers, according to a new study.
Well: Ask Well: Is Mild Cognitive Impairment Reversible?
Depending on its cause, mild cognitive impairment is potentially reversible.