People who lost at least 5% of their weight in the year after they were diagnosed halved their risk of cardiovascular disease after 10 years.
One company’s latest sales pitch encourages women to stand up for their “Right to Desire,” and take the company’s pill.
Excerpted from a post by Public Health – Seattle & King County From 2012 – 2016, almost three quarters of deaths by firearm in King County residents were suicides. Middle-aged and older adults and men overall have higher firearm suicide…
From the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention One in four older adults who are 65 years of age will live into their 90s. Although risk of injury increases as we age, aging without injury is possible. Older adults…
Identifying patients helps avoid the treatment risks that come with not knowing a patient’s medical history and find next of kin to help make medical decisions.
Washington state, which recently experienced a serious measles outbreak, has the only state legislature this year that passed tighter vaccination rules.
The study will track the mother’s marijuana use from the first trimester throughout pregnancy and then scan infants’ brains at age 6 months to identify possible effects of cannabis exposure.
Research suggests industry money does bias results and produce troubling conflicts of interest.
Motion sickness can be mild, but in some people it’s debilitating, The good news is, there are strategies and medicines you can use to help you ride it out.
How humans interact with the changing environment is affecting the spread of infectious disease.