A poll in four states — all with political races that could tip the balance of power in the Senate — showed broad distaste for the law, but found that people would rather have it improved than repealed.
A four-year study of overweight military personnel has found that those stationed at high altitudes are less likely to progress to obesity.
While American patients are urged to “battle” at the end of life, a new analysis showed doctors in Britain telling patients about the “journey.”
Seasonal onions and a winter stalwart, cabbage, make a deliciously sweet filling.
A new study helps to explain why exercise makes our muscles ache, and suggests that it’s not always a good idea to ignore fatigue and push on.
Scientists found declines in heart attack and stroke risk in Britain after salt in processed food was restricted, but their work has several drawbacks.
Vaccines against cervical cancer work well even in sexually active women with H.I.V., a new study has found.
Low levels of vitamin D in pregnancy are associated with the development of cavities in babies, researchers report.
This dough, made with half whole-wheat flour, has a nutty, rich flavor that works well for a savory tart.
Given the mounting death toll related to painkillers, many state health officials and advocacy groups fear Zohydro has a high potential for abuse.