Study estimated a 10 percent increased risk of impulsive gambling, shopping and hypersexuality
Taking drug in addition to chemotherapy also reduces risk of cancer recurrence
The FDA has approved six brand-name drugs to help men get an erection. But it has yet to green-light a drug -- a “pink Viagra” -- to help women distressed about their lack of libido.
Study finds that liquid drugs are the most commonly misused at home
Can apple cider vinegar help you lose weight or lower blood sugar? WebMD explains.
While U.S. prepares tighter infection controls for Ebola patients
With flu season approaching, finding an accurate, speedy screening method will become more important
Lab technician shows no signs of disease; Obama urges Americans to remain calm
Use these tips to make the most of balmy days when you have psoriasis.
Incompetent staff blamed in internal memo from U.N. health agency, news service reports
Researchers saw some improvement in winter-related symptoms
Black Box Warning Should Remain on Chantix: FDA Panel
Joan Rivers Died of Brain Damage Caused by Low Oxygen: Medical Examiner
Daily trimming of fingernails and toenails to make them look good could lead to serious nail conditions.
If you’re an exerciser who loves the outdoors but suffers from allergies, WebMD has tips to help you through pollen season.
U.S. health officials reiterate opposition to a ban on travelers from West Africa
Vancomycin safe and effective, doctors should not turn to newer antibiotics, researchers say
California’s Insurance Exchange Gears Up For Round Two
Young children may be attracted to the brightly colored chemicals, study suggests
Teens drank fewer sugary drinks when energy content info was converted to exercise, study found
Still, small percentage of parents refuse vaccinations for their kids, experts note
How to keep costs low when you're on a retirement budget but not sacrifice your health.
Tips to help keep your brain sharp as you age.
WebMD discusses the diet habits that may help you stay as young as possible inside and out.
Has the fear of Ebola gone too far? On Thursday, school districts in Texas and Ohio announced they would close schools for cleaning, because staff members and some students had been on the same plane -- though not necessarily on the same flight -- as…
But low mood can be a barrier to physical activity, study finds
Two New Drugs Approved for Fatal Lung Disease Time for Consumers to Renew Health Coverage: Federal Goverment
Body's helpful bacteria may have internal clocks, too, researchers suggest
Sunflower oil linked to better cholesterol readings, study finds
Misperception that it is safe makes it especially dangerous, experts say
Study suggests some overweight people might get better results from more aggressive dieting
Researchers suspect inflammation is the common denominator
But, some advanced acute lymphoblastic leukemia patients relapsed, study finds
At 13, Zackery Lystedt was a star player on his junior- high- school football team. Then one game changed everything.
Of 360 U.S. doctors called in study, only one-quarter agreed to see 'patient'
After 2nd health worker at Dallas hospital is diagnosed with the virus, experts say more vigilance is needed
A second health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas is infected with Ebola.
In small study, half of 18 people with a vision-robbing condition got some of their sight back
Faster Test Developed for Enterovirus D68
Study finds women with higher levels needed less medication
Less than 1 percent of patients experienced dreaded headache
They helped treat the first case diagnosed in the U.S., a Liberian national who died last month
If you’re wondering, "How much should I weigh?" or can’t seem to reach your ideal weight, WebMD can help. You can be healthy and happy by eating well and exercising often, even if you aren’t at your "perfect" weight.
Healthy eating may not always prevent metabolic syndrome, but may reverse it
Far fewer patients report serious pain two weeks after surgery
Skin Has Many Types of Smell Receptors: Researchers Sports Drinks May Cause Dental Problems in Athletes
WebMD talks to cardiologists about whether it's possible to reverse coronary artery disease.
Ohio Medicaid Expansion Faces 2015 Political Hurdle
These simple meals taste great and will help lower your triglycerides.
U.K. research finds no apparent link, but U.S. experts are not convinced
Scientists say they have identified the underlying reason why some people are prone to the winter blues, or seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
The project that enabled a paralysed man to walk again
A paralysed man becomes the first in the world to walk again following a pioneering therapy which involved transplanting cells from his nose into his severed spinal cord.