Latest by Diane Domina
Diabetes that develops during pregnancy is a potentially serious complication, but what does gestational diabetes mean for a woman’s health down the road?
The health benefits of quitting smoking outweigh the adverse effects of putting on weight as a result of quitting, says the American Heart Association (AHA).
Chemical contaminants could be playing a key role in soaring, worldwide male infertility rates. Even dogs are more infertile than before.
If you have prediabetes, take steps to reduce your type 2 diabetes risk. But what kind of exercise best? Resistance training seems to be the way to go.
What does climate change have to do with the spread of disease-carrying mosquitoes? Quite a bit according to results of a study in Nature Microbiology.
An alarming number of people taking a blood thinner like warfarin also take aspirin without being directed to do so by their health care provider
Despite the loud clamor that continues from the “antivaxxer” community, another study confirms that vaccines don’t cause autism and don't trigger autism.
You’ve seen the studies about the negative effect of social media on confidence and mood. New data suggests in can increase unhealthy eating habits in kids.
Women are more likely to call 911 when their husband, father, or brother experiences heart attack symptoms than if they are experiencing symptoms themselves.
Time’s Up has set its sights on the health-care industry on the heels of a statement from the NIH about the harassment of women in science and medicine.