COVID Vaccines and Women's Health
Since COVID-19 vaccines became available, myths and misunderstandings have spread. But new research is starting to bust some of those myths with real data.
CDC Updates Mask Guidance
Health officials have made some changes to recommendations about face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cancer Death Rate Drops Again
If you're in need of some good news, this is it: The death rate from cancer in the United States is still dropping.
Has it been getting harder for you to breathe? Maybe it’s the weather, but it could be COPD.
CDC Warns About Rabies Linked to Bats
Health officials are warning about human rabies cases linked to bats in the United States.
How Binge Drinking Could Affect Your Heart
Binge drinking may increase your risk of going to the hospital for a serious heart problem, according to a new study.
Sleep and Gestational Diabetes: A Possible Link
How you breathe while sleeping during early pregnancy may affect your risk for gestational diabetes.
Health Benefits of Donating Blood
Donating blood is a charitable thing to do, but it might also help you out when it comes to your health.
A New Treatment for Hay Fever
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new treatment for hay fever.
Migraines: What You Need to Know
Migraines aren't just a painful problem — they're a huge problem.