(HealthDay)—Swimming pools are a major reason why children's eye injuries increase in the summer, according to an expert.
(HealthDay)—Incorrectly toilet training children can lead to problems ranging from bed-wetting and daytime accidents to urinary tract infections, so it's important to get it right, an expert says.
A multidisciplinary team of researchers from UCLA and India has found that a new type of intervention program, in which lay women in the rural Indian province of Andra Pradesh were trained as social health activists to assist ...
UC Irvine and Mayo Clinic researchers have found that vitamin D levels in the U.S. population peak in August and bottom out in February. The essential vitamin – necessary for healthy bones – is produced in the skin upon ...
A leading US doctors' group this week urged the reversal of a decades-old ban on donations of blood from gay men, saying the law is discriminatory and outdated.
A new study reports that the use of a quarterly report card is associated with improved colonoscopy quality indicators. Endoscopists at the Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Indianapolis, Ind., who participated ...
There was a time when breast cancer was discussed in whispers. Mastectomies, hardly at all. Not anymore.
With the arrival of Friday's summer solstice, there's now little night for sleepers who crave darkness. But lack of light is only one impediment to getting a good night's sleep.
(HealthDay)—Katie Wilkes was just 23 years old when she noticed a strange spot on her right breast.
(HealthDay)—Think "skin cancer" and blame immediately goes to the sun. Justifiably so—though not totally, skin doctors say.