1 - Egg Freezing Gives You Options but Has Risks
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2 - CVS to Limit Opioid Prescription Amounts
3 - Even a Little More Activity Could Save Millions
4 - Coming Soon: Glaucoma Self-Care, From Home?
5 - Lady Gaga's Fibromyalgia Puts Illness in the Spotlight
6 - Aaron Hernandez Had Advanced CTE
7 - The Storm After the Storm: Disaster's Mental Toll
8 - Fetal Deaths Up, Fertility Down In Flint Crisis
9 - Asthma Drug Tied to Nightmares, Depression
10 - Stay Safe in the Sun After Skin Cancer
11 - Booze Often Glorified On YouTube Videos
12 - High, Low Magnesium Levels Tied to Dementia Risk
13 - Mom Pushes for Bed Rail Safety After Son’s Fall
14 - Fighting HIV on Many Fronts Might Lead to Vaccine
15 - As Men's Weight Rises, Sperm Health May Fall
16 - Prostate Cancer Symptoms Aren't Always Obvious
17 - Fracture Risk Higher for Seniors With Diabetes
18 - World Running Low on Antibiotics, WHO Study Says
19 - Gun Laws Help Women With Domestic Violence Threats
20 - Health Care Anxiety: Three Families Share Stories
21 - Cancer Treatment Can Affect Your Food Preferences
22 - Youth Football Increases Odds of Brain Problems
23 - Exercise May Stem Kidney Damage in Lupus Patients
24 - 9 of 10 Docs Unprepared to Prescribe Marijuana
25 - Girl Soccer Players Take Chances After Concussions
26 - Caring for a Sick Pet Can Really Drain You
27 - Opioid ODs Have Cut Into U.S. Life Expectancy: CDC
28 - Are Today's Teens Putting the Brakes on Adulthood?
29 - New Tests Could Offer Early Alzheimer's Warning
30 - Fibromyalgia Forces Lady Gaga to Delay Tour
31 - Suicidal Thoughts Common for Transgender Youth
32 - Golf Carts' Use Is Spreading, As Is Danger to Kids
33 - Joining Your Kid on Playground Slides? Think Again
34 - Young Kids With Cellphones Face Cyberbullying
35 - When Hurricanes Strike, People Aren't the Only Victims
36 - State Laws Have Big Impact on Kids' Gun Injuries
37 - Actress Kate Walsh Reveals Brain Tumor Surgery
38 - More U.S. Kids Landing in ER With Opioid Addiction
39 - One Behavior Best Prevents High Blood Pressure
40 - Can Coffee or Tea Extend Survival With Diabetes?
41 - U.S. Cancer Death Rate Continues to Fall
42 - Nerve 'Zap' Could Replace CPAP for Sleep Apnea
43 - Could Artificial Sweeteners Raise Diabetes Risk?
44 - Deaths at Florida Nursing Home Under Investigation
45 - Traces of Tattoo May Reach the Lymph Nodes
46 - Semen Harbors Wide Range of Viruses
47 - Does Mother's Mental Health Affect Pregnancy?
48 - Testing the Healing Potential of Light
49 - Regular Use of Bleach Linked to COPD
50 - Experts Cautious On Flu Vaccine/Miscarriages Study
Doctors say more women are interested in egg freezing, a procedure that may help preserve their fertility but comes with risks.
First national pharmacy chain to limit prescriptions to seven days.
Think of walking to work or cleaning as low-cost preventive medicine
Study finds many patients can manage self-testing, but one doctor questions its value
Daily struggle with chronic pain, disability defines patients' lives, experts say
Former football player Aaron Hernandez had advanced stages of CTE, a brain disease often found in football players, when he died.
After a storm, hurricane, fire or flood, mental health issues often follow.
Fallout from Flint crisis continues.
But experts stress Singulair also has lifesaving benefits
Are beach days and baseball games a thing of the past when you've had skin cancer? They don't have to be. Follow these tips to protect yourself from UV rays.
Kids typically see images that boost the drinking culture, study finds
But study didn't prove a cause-and-effect relationship
Clark Jacobs fell from his college loft bed. After emergency brain surgery, his recovery was difficult, and lengthy.
Combination strategy fully protects lab monkeys, studies find
But shedding pounds may bring them back to normal, researcher says
Warning signs often confused with other conditions
Bone weaknesses seen in those with blood sugar disease
Too few new drugs being developed to keep up with demand.
Fewer are killed in states that mandate that firearms be removed when restraining orders filed
As Congress debates the fate of the Affordable Care Act, three families share how uncertainty over health care is affecting their lives.
Metallic tastes can appear for many patients on chemo
Researchers say greater risk of behavior issues, depression in those who played tackle before age 12
But stress may trigger the reverse, researchers report
The burgeoning practice isn't discussed in medical schools, research shows
They're more likely than boys to return to play, research shows
Emotional burden is steep, study shows, but vets can help owners cope
Doctors must start treating addiction, expert says
They're often postponing traditional 'milestones' to growing up, study suggests
Doctors see promise in the use of vision, smell, and other tests to find out how likely it would be for a patient to get Alzheimer's later.
Pop star says pain forced her to postpone European appearances until next year.
Higher rates of depression and victimization may be why, researchers say
Study of more than 100 kids treated at trauma centers reveals serious injuries
It seems like fun but can be a quick trip to a broken limb, study authors warn
Study finds elementary school children with phones are more likely to be cyberbullied
The safety of pets can force some wrenching decisions for their owners
Locale matters, too, with firearm violence affecting urban, rural teens differently, studies find
'Grey's Anatomy' star has procedure on benign tumor.
Researcher calls findings an emerging public health issue
One critical trait emerged when researchers reviewed smoking and drinking habits, weight, diet and exercise
The answer may depend on whether you're a man or a woman
But more cases are expected as baby boomers age, report says
Device reduces breathing disruptions long-term, study says
Small study suggests these products might somehow inhibit blood sugar control
Deaths at Florida Nursing Home Under Investigation
If you're getting tattooed, find out what's in the ink the artist is using, researcher advises
Researchers find 27 infectious agents, but it remains unknown how many can be transmitted sexually
Having depression, panic disorder or anxiety disorder won't hurt your baby, researcher says
From migraines to psoriasis to depression, researchers are looking at new ways to use light therapy.
Study finds risk of lung disease from prolonged exposure to some disinfectants.
Experts Cautious On Flu Vaccine/Miscarriages Study