Public drinking water fountains are less germy — and less risky — than most people might think.
Test your knowledge of this week’s health news.
Short sleepers who get less than five to six hours of sleep a night are more likely to get sick after exposure to the common cold virus, new research shows.
When researchers scanned the brain of the legendary masters track athlete Olga Kotelko, they found that her brain was different from those of other people her age. But was it exercise that changed her brain?
A high school quarterback gets the worst headache of his life, but doctors don’t know why. Can you solve this medical mystery with Dr. Lisa Sanders?
Suddenly, sex is something everyone must do, and judgments are passed on frequency and performance.
A series of surprising plot twists helped History Channel host and best-selling author Brad Metzler find a kidney donor for his favorite high school history teacher.
Research shows that men who share in child care are more likely to have better relationships and sex lives.
Often marketed to promote brain health, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants failed to outperform a placebo in a test of older adults.
Women who had eaten a cereal bar while walking as part of a study ate much more during a later taste test, researchers found.