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Antibiotics: Sharing isn't caring
A new study reveals parents often give away unused antibiotics—and that can make everyone less safe.
Approaching menopause? Take care of your heart now
Women with good midlife habits have healthier arteries, according to a study.
Gene-testing kits can be a hit-or-miss gift
Some people may not want to know their risks for certain diseases. And the results can be misleading.
Decorate with care to avoid holiday fires
All that glitters and glows can be a serious fire risk during the holiday season.
Holiday foods that can be deadly for dogs
Pay special attention to this FDA list of human foods that are a danger to dogs.
Vaping doesn't help smokers kick the habit
Results of a new study suggest e-cigarettes don't boost quit rates.
Too much screen time linked to psychological problems in kids
Children as young as 2 may be affected.
Honey pacifiers linked to botulism
Learn more about how to protect babies from dangerous bacteria.
Going green for the holiday season
How to make your shopping, decorating and gift-giving festivities more eco-friendly this year.
High blood pressure under age 40 comes with health risks
A new study suggests a link between young adults with high blood pressure and higher cardiovascular risks.
6 tips for coping with holiday grief
Mourning the loss of a loved one, a relationship or a job is hard during the holidays. But there are ways to help manage your feelings and make the most of the season.
How to buy toys that are fun and safe
Every year, hundreds of thousands of kids visit an emergency department because of a toy-related injury. Follow these tips to help keep the children on your holiday shopping list safe.
Some ovarian cysts don't need testing or monitoring
A new study suggests some cysts can be ignored. But which ones?
Among developed nations, U.S. is No. 1 in overdose deaths
Around the world, an epidemic may be growing.
Instant-soup burns send nearly 10,000 kids to ER yearly
Microwave safety often gets put on the back burner, likely because these ovens aren't seen as dangerous.
Nurse practitioners, physician assistants: Meeting a need in primary care
Researchers look at how NPs and PAs affect treatment results for one chronic condition
Free, fast and effective: CPR training kiosks
Got 4 or 5 minutes? That's all it takes.
6 steps to a cozy and safe fire (video)
Keep the home fires burning safely with these six important tips.
10 holiday gifts under $50
Find the perfect gift for everyone on your list with these health-inspired ideas.
Researchers: Tennis elbow often improves on its own
Yet, for some people, waiting for relief may not be the best option.
Incontinence is common—but it doesn't have to be
Nearly half of women over 50 have a bladder-control problem, according to a new survey.
Guns send over 8,300 U.S. kids to ERs every year
Could you be doing more to protect kids in your home and community?
Surprising findings for minimally invasive gynecological surgery
Today, most radical hysterectomies are minimally invasive. There may still be some women for whom this surgery makes the most sense. But be sure to discuss it carefully with your doctor.
10 tips to avoid caregiver burnout
African American caregivers prove more emotionally resilient than their white peers—the why may surprise you.
How to be a good hospital visitor
Being a considerate visitor means protecting patients from infections.