We often compare ourselves to others and it can be toxic. Unfortunately, it's also rampant in our society today.
The good news is scientific studies over the last few decades have led to the discovery of dozens of lifestyle choices that can contribute to Alzheimer's.
The flu isn't the only virus affecting the U.S. right now. RSV, COVID-19, and the common cold are other viruses that are circulating the country. A strong immune system can make the difference between no symptoms, mild symptoms or severe illness, or even death.
Two Kansas City police officers are being applauded as heroes for saving the life of a one-month-old baby who stopped breathing after complications with RSV.
Too many Americans aren't getting the health care they need. This often happens in areas sometimes known as "medical deserts," neighborhoods where there isn't a doctor's office nearby and where people living there don't generally have transportation to travel to get to one. In an effort to solve this problem, some Christian ministries are partnering with local health care providers to help reach these under-served populations.
Alarmed by a lack of research, governments in Europe and conservative-led states in the U.S. are moving to limit "unproven and risky" gender-altering treatments for children.
Three potentially serious respiratory viruses are filling hospital beds nationwide with both children and adults. While states are seeing extremely high numbers of people with the flu and RSV, many doctors say COVID-19 cases are likely to rise as well.
Are you a coffee drinker? Do you prefer tea instead? Sometimes people take sides about which is better for you. As it turns out, both drinks are generally good for us under certain circumstances, but one appears to have a slight advantage.
Cancer ranks as the second leading cause of death in America, behind heart disease. While lung cancer claims the most lives overall, breast cancer is the deadliest form among black women.
"Being vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting Covid-19," the New York court declared. But this legal battle in NY is far from over.