Teen girls struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder stemming from sexual abuse do well when treated with a type of therapy that asks them to repeatedly confront their traumatic memories, according to a small new study.
If it’s mid-November, there must be some sort of panic-inducing announcement about the shortage of a Thanksgiving dinner staple.
It’s finally November and we all know what that means—the holidays, first Thanksgiving, then Christmas, and New Year’s.
Combining Tylenol and even light consumption of alcohol can more than double someone’s risk of kidney disease, researchers say.
Adults whose parents experienced intimate-partner violence often become abusers or victims themselves
The risk of domestic violence often is passed from parents to their children, a new study finds.
Middle-aged women who follow a heart-healthy Mediterranean diet may live a healthier, longer life, a new study suggests.
With his penchant for crowd-pleasing and spontaneous acts of compassion, Pope Francis has earned high praise from fellow Catholics.
A romantic relationship can change when one partner slims down, and not always in a good way, new research suggests.
Getting kids to eat less may be as simple as making sure they get a good night’s sleep, a new, small study suggests.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles announced today it will use a $2.8 million grant to study the effectiveness of the drug metformin is treating type 1 diabetes.
E-cigarettes don’t appear to entice teens to try smoking tobacco, a new study says.
A diagnosis of cancer may put teens and young adults at risk for suicide, a new study finds.
Beet & Berry Chutney Servings: 10 (1/4 cup) servings Prep time: 20 minutes 1/2 cup orange marmalade 1 jar (15.5 ounces) Aunt Nellie’s Harvard Beets, not drained 1/4-1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 1 tablespoon finely chopped candied ginger, optional ...
Smokers are most likely to think about kicking their habit on Mondays, according to a new study, and this finding may help boost the effectiveness of anti-smoking campaigns.
Some of Thomas Harte’s New Hampshire neighbors are frustrated by the Affordable Care Act’s insurance marketplaces but not for the reasons you might expect.