Date PostedArticle
12 hours ago Key Brain 'Networks' May Differ in Autism, Study Suggests
But predictive value of finding still needs to be

Neural systems tied to gauging social cues appear 'over-connected' in children with the disorder

15 hours ago Easter Lilies Toxic for Cats, FDA Warns
Nibbling a few leaves, licking pollen off fur can

Nibbling a few leaves, licking pollen off fur can cause kidney failure, veterinarian warns

15 hours ago Certain Thyroid-Related Diseases May Vary by Race
Link between 'sister diseases' is rooted in

Study looked at Graves', Hashimoto's thyroiditis among U.S. military personnel

15 hours ago Brain Scans Might Spot Potential for Recovery From Coma
Study found more short-range connections, fewer

Right now misdiagnosis is common, so a better technology is needed, experts say

15 hours ago Your 'Healthy' Bacteria Are as Individual as You Are
Advanced colonoscope has wider range of view than

Study finds helpful microbial communities vary person to person

18 hours ago Bleeding Irregularities Common in Menopause, Study Finds
Confidence, skill in managing day-to-day care

Report should reassure women at this stage of life, researcher says

18 hours ago Does Your Medication Cause Heartburn? These Tips May Bring Relief

Does your medication cause heartburn? These tips may bring relief.

18 hours ago Doctor Salaries: What They Earned in 2013

Medicine is going through changes -- some for the better and others less so, according to Medscape's "Physician Compensation Report: 2014."

22 hours ago Study Links Casual Marijuana Use to Changes in Brain
Doctors weigh wisdom of prescribing drug in

The brain regions are tied to motivation, emotion and reward, researchers say

Yesterday Drowning Deaths Down Overall, But Still a Problem: Report
2 U.S. children have recently been infected and

Rates increased for adults 45 to 84; kids 4 and under and adults 85 and older at highest risk

Yesterday FDA Approves New Type 2 Diabetes Drug
Drugs containing hydrocodone, which include

Tanzeum is injected once a week and appears to help control blood sugar levels, agency says

Yesterday Sleep Apnea May Be Linked to Poor Bone Health
Study found older people forgot more upon waking

Osteoporosis rates rose among people with breathing disorder, study found

Yesterday Gene Variant May Double Alzheimer's Risk for Women: Study
Findings may have implications for caregivers.

Effect wasn't nearly as pronounced among men, researchers say

Yesterday Blood Test Aims to Predict Breast Cancer's Return
But expert says cancer-fighting benefits outweigh

Study found DNA-based screen was more than 90 percent accurate in predicting recurrence

Yesterday Pelvic Exercises May Help His Sex Life
Study found more masculine looks were preferred

Premature ejaculation significantly improved after 12-week regimen, study finds

Apr 14, 2014 Nearly 10 Percent of U.S. Adults Now Have Diabetes: Study
The findings were based on six prior studies.

Researchers found a nationwide rise of the disease since late 1980s, and a parallel rise in obesity

Apr 14, 2014 FAQ: The High Cost of Hepatitis C Drugs
Woman taking pill

Last week, the World Health Organization strongly endorsed 2 new oral drugs that fight hepatitis C, a liver-damaging virus. The WHO recommended that all 150 million people infected worldwide be assessed for these drug treatments.

Apr 14, 2014 Pelvic Exercises May Help His Sex Life
Study found more masculine looks were preferred

Premature ejaculation significantly improved after 12-week regimen, study finds

Apr 14, 2014 Does Sugar Make Your Heart Sweeter?
couple in argument

Researchers say that lower blood sugar levels predict more aggression toward spouses, although some psychologists are skeptical of that theory.

Apr 14, 2014 Rheumatoid Arthritis May Harm Kidneys
Large study doesn't prove connection, but experts

Study found patients may be more likely to develop renal disease

Apr 14, 2014 Prevent Tick Bites While Enjoying the Outdoors
Risk highest in certain East Coast states.

With no vaccines for Lyme and other tick-borne diseases, expert explains how to avoid infection

Apr 14, 2014 Adult-Onset Allergies

You don't have to be a child to have new allergy symptoms. Once you know what's causing you to sneeze, sniffle, or itch – and whether it's an allergy or something else – you can find treatment that works.

Apr 14, 2014 Young Dads at Risk of Depressive Symptoms, Study Finds
Most are too sweet and are advertised for infants

But experts stress findings don't mean fatherhood at an early age dooms men to clinical depression

Apr 14, 2014 Study Ties Antidepressant Use in Pregnancy to Autism Risk in Boys
Major cities had biggest decline in teen

But the risk is low, and it's important to treat depression in pregnant women, experts say

Apr 11, 2014 Cure Rate for Experimental Hepatitis C Drug Tops 95 Percent
This should reassure those in U.S., other

But high costs of newer medications is a concern, experts say

Apr 11, 2014 Mucus (Snot, Phlegm) Color, Function, Coughing, and More

Everything you ever wanted to know about boogers, from the experts at WebMD.

Apr 11, 2014 Report Questions Effectiveness of Flu Meds
In study, 3 severe cases involved virus that

'Hidden' trial data reveals that some Tamiflu claims were unfounded, researchers say

Apr 11, 2014 Taking Too Many Vitamins? Side Effects of Vitamin Overdosing

WebMD explains why taking too many vitamins can be unhealthy and even dangerous, and how to be sure you’re getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals.

Apr 11, 2014 A Doctor's 'People Skills' Affects Patients' Health
Most say they'll still have the prostate cancer

Comfortable relationship can be as beneficial as statins for heart problems, study finds

Apr 11, 2014 Kitchen Cutting Boards Can Harbor Drug-Resistant Germs: Study
Limiting alcohol, substituting fruit for cheese

Poultry prep linked to E. coli found on food equipment in homes, hospitals