Topics :: health
Anxiety about superbugs is running so high that world leaders will gather at the U.N. General Assembly in New York to discuss the crisis.
ADHD diagnoses in American children are skyrocketing. What does it mean, and are doctors approaching the problem in the best way?
A village in Italy boasts a buge percentage of "super-agers," people in their 80s, 90s, and even older than 100, whose health remains excellent. What's their secret?
Progress in reducing the number of people without health insurance in the U.S. appears to be losing momentum this year even as rising premiums and dwindling choice are reviving the political blame game over President Barack Obama's health care law.
Depression is common. But more common is the fact that, as a society, we don't openly talk about depression and its impact on our communities.
If you are fortunate to be in a good place with your HIV-meaning that you are on meds, healthy and on track-take a few moments to make sure you stay that way.
Although gay and bisexual men don't have to worry about getting pregnant, the virus can be sexually transmitted.
Numerous studies over the years have found that adult lesbian and bisexual women are more likely to be obese than their heterosexual counterparts. Yet national weight-and-fitness interventions tailored to their needs are lacking.
In this classic 60 Minutes story, Morley Safer asked why the French can eat butter and pâté and not suffer high levels of heart disease.
Many of the nation's leading medical institutions are losing the battle against superbugs, but one hospital in Vancouver, Canada, came up with a dog-sniffing approach to the crisis.