A new study from the Centers for Disease Control explores what many working moms already know, that it's difficult to continue breast feeding an infant while working full time.
A new study finds two new anti-viral hepatitis-C medications are effective for patients who are also HIV positive.
New research suggests even a mild brain injury can cause brain damage and memory problems.
A study of over 1,300 friendship pairs found close friends were more likely than strangers to share genetic markers.
A new government report reveals a large number of young people are eating their fruits and vegetables.
A new study finds weather does not affect back pain.
A new study from the University of Colorado Boulder finds the more time kids spend in structured activity, the less they are able to problem-solve and make decisions.
A new study reveals an increased risk of psoriasis among women with high blood pressure.
Researchers say a low-intensity bone marrow transplant treatment program may help adults suffering from sickle cell disease.
Researchers say walking may help improve symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
The National Athletic Trainers' Association issues new guidelines for athletes with suspected heat stroke.
New study says children are ingesting potentially unhealthy amounts of vitamin a, zinc, and niacin in their breakfast cereals.
According to a new study, Parents of children with egg and milk allergies have more anxiety than Parent's of children with peanut allergies.
The Food and Drug Administration finalizes guidelines to make sure infant formula is safe.
New research finds calcium supplements are safe when it comes to heart health.
A new study suggests young women may have a more difficult recovery after a heart attack than young men.
The FDA now requiring tanning beds and tanning booths to carry a visible warning label.
A group of people gathered on the steps of the State Capitol over the weekend to protest against the Monsanto company, the leading maker of genetically engineered seeds and pesticides.
A new study reveals children who consume a Mediterranean diet are 15% less likely to obese or overweight.
New research suggest that your risk for certain types of cancers could depend on where you live.
A government report is showing a sharp rise in emergency room visits linked to the misuse of Xanax, a commonly prescribed sedative.
Older Americans and whites reporting less chest pain the the past two decades, but there was no such drop among blacks.
A new study shows more Americans are now being hospitalized for irregular heart beats.
Mike Ross is now the democratic nominee for governor. He defeated Lynette Bryant. He spoke Wednesday morning about his win and a recently released political ad against opponent Asa Hutchinson.
Doctor's may one day be able to diagnose early-stage pancreatic cancer with a quick swab of the mouth.
You might think water pipes are safer than cigarettes, but new research suggest that they may be just as harmful.
New study suggests cervical cancer rates in the U.S. may be higher among women in their 60's than previously believed.
A cup of joe could lower the risk for diabetes. Donna Terrell tells us about a recent study done at Harvard medical School.
The Federal Government is proposing new regulations on the popular e-cig industry. Donna Terrell tells us more in today's Family Health segment.
People who have weight loss surgery may no longer like some of their favorite foods after the procedure.
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