Gena Lee Nolin had thyroid disease for 12 years without knowing it, while she appeared in the TV show “Baywatch” and modeled for various magazines.
A new study suggests that smokers’ lungs should be considered for transplants.
Parents of young children might want to get their children’s hearing tested at least once between birth and age 5.
You might want to stand a little farther back from someone who has the flu.
People who have migraines might have new pain relief in the form of a battery-powered patch.
If you want to eat more healthfully, you should be careful about being roped into buying items at the grocery store that carry promises of “whole grain” on the label, because those products likely are only slightly more healthful than are products that don’t have “whole grain” on the label.
A new study suggests that aspirin might be tied to macular degeneration, which causes a loss of vision in patients.
OnabotulinumtoxinA, which is marketed as Botox by Allergan, already is used by consumers to conceal wrinkles and treat migraine headaches.
Younger women might want to increase their intake of blueberries and strawberries.
A new study from Pacific Health Research and Education Institute suggests that beta blockers, which are a medication to regulate blood pressure, might help to prevent dementia.
TV and movie actress Rose McGowan wants people to have more advance notice of pulmonary fibrosis than her father received.
Ivermectin has been around for many years as a treatment for roundworm, but Food and Drug Administration approved it as a head-lice treatment in 2012.
An international coalition of doctors recommends cutting down on induced labor and cesarean sections and using just one embryo for in vitro fertilization as a way of reducing the number of preterm births around the world—particularly in the United States, which has a higher rate of preterm births than similar nations do.
Medications that are used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder won’t pose heart risks to your kids, according to a new study that’s from University of Florida researchers.
Patients who await a heart transplant can get a new device to tide them over until their new heart becomes available.
If you take a multivitamin every day because you believe that it will ward off cardiovascular disease, a new study might change your way of thinking.
It seems incomprehensible that the antiseptics that doctors put on you to prevent bacteria and other germs from getting into your body might be contaminated.
People who have rheumatoid arthritis have a new option when it comes to treating the disease, which confuses the body’s immune system and leads to inflamed joints and tissue.
If a piece of grapefruit is a part of your breakfast and you’re on certain prescription medications, you might want to change your diet.
Doctors want to know why men experience fewer complications after receiving an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator than women do.