Intrarosa Gets FDA Green Light
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new medication to treat women experiencing pain during intercourse.
Keeping Asthma in Check
Getting flu vaccinations and having asthma medications on hand at school may help keep kids with asthma healthy, according to two new studies.
E-Cigs May Be Just the Beginning
Vaping may be just the beginning of some teens' nicotine use, according to a new study.
New Hep B Treatment Gets Green Light
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a new medication to treat hepatitis B.
Smartphones Might Sabotage Your Sleep
Your smartphone may keep you up to date with your friends and the latest news, but it may also just keep you up at night, a new study found.
Beware of These Diabetes Medications
If something sounds too good to be true, it's probably a scam. That thinking applies to some recent products marketed as cures for diabetes.
How Smartphones Affect Kids' Sleep
Smartphones and tablets at bedtime may have a negative effect on the quality and quantity of sleep kids get, according to a new study.
In Breast Reconstruction, Age May Not Matter
When measuring outcomes in breast reconstruction after a mastectomy, age may be just a number, a new study found.
The Eyes Have It: Supplements and Eye Health
When taking lutein to fight age-related macular degeneration, there may be a risk of having too much of a good thing.
A New Device to Prevent Strokes
A new device could reduce the risk of a stroke in those who have had a stroke before.