Autism is becoming more common in America, according to new estimates by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, some experts think the increase can be explained by a better diagnosing of little ones, especially minority kids.
People often say that money can't buy happiness; however a new collection of scientific studies published this week highlights how living in poverty can significantly harm people's mental health.
For most parents, protecting their children with the modern magic of vaccines makes perfect sense. But for the thousands of parents who have been swept up in the anti-vaccination movement, vaccines are dangerous, life-threatening products that they're determined to avoid — and make sure you avoid, too.
Researchers have developed a proof-of-concept technique that allows them to detect brain tumor biomarkers with a simple blood test, rather than a complicated, invasive surgical process.
Health officials say tick populations will explode this summer, putting you at a greater risk of Lyme Disease. Here's how to stay safe.
Experts in science and medicine are finally acknowledging that racial minorities have been overlooked regarding physical and mental health—and that women’s pain has been minimized. Building on that trend is a new study that might explain why women are more likely to experience to migraines than men are.
For something as straightforward as oral hygiene, it’s difficult to find a toothpaste that suits your specific needs. From gum care to whitening to fresh breath, we rounded up the top pastes in each arena.
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