Healthwatch: Fasting Can Reduce InflammationA look at health headlines.
HealthWatch: Study Says Air Pollution Can Be DeadlyAn international study finds that air pollution can be deadly.
Want To Avoid An Early Death? Get Moving, A Study SaysThe medical journal BMJ published a report today that links a lower risk of early death to higher levels of physical activity at any intensity in middle-aged and older people.
HealthWatch: Cancer Survivors Have Greater Risk Of Other Health IssuesAccording to a study in "The Lancet," cancer survivors have a greater risk of developing blood clots and heart problems.
HealthWatch: 21 New Measles Cases Confirmed In Past WeekThe Centers For Disease Control said 21 new measles cases were confirmed in the U.S. in the past week.
HealthWatch: More Studies Needed To Study Medical Issues Of LGBTQ YouthHealthWatch: More Studies Needed To Study Medical Issues Of LGBTQ Youth
Healthwatch: Seniors At Risk For Silent Strokes After SurgeryA look at the latest health headlines.
HealthWatch: More Than One-Third Of Non-Smoking U.S. Kids, Teens Exposed To Secondhand SmokeNew CDC statistics show more than a third of non-smoking children and teens in the U.S. are exposed to secondhand smoke.
HealthWatch: Panel Recommends Screening All Adults For Illicit Drug UseFor the first time, a panel of medical experts say they have enough evidence to recommend primary care doctors screen all adults for illicit drug use.
HealthWatch: Pediatricians Can Help Parents Quit SmokingA new study suggests pediatricians can help parents quit smoking when they bring their child in for an office visit.
Healthwatch; How Tao Protein And Alzheimer's Are LinkedA look at the latest health headlines.
Staring Down Seagulls Can Stop Them From Stealing Your Food, Study SaysA new study suggests you can battle the seagulls with your eyes.
HealthWatch: Drinking A Lot Of Caffeine Could Trigger MigrainesIn health news today, a study finds drinking a lot of caffeine could trigger migraines.
HealthWatch: Most Senior Citizen Dementia Patients Living At HomeA new study at the University of California finds most older adults with advancing dementia do not end up living in a nursing home.
HealthWatch: Study Suggests Link Between Conflicts With Expectant Couples, Behavior Problems In ToddlersBritish research on first-time parents found moms who were stressed out during pregnancy were more likely to see their two-year-olds display temper tantrums, restlessness and spitefulness.
Baltimore County Starts 'No Senior Eats Alone Day'The countdown is on until you can share a meal with older adults in Baltimore County to help reduce social isolation in older adults.
Healthwatch: Experts Say You Should Socialize As You Get OlderA look at the latest health headlines.
Healthwatch: Jogging Is The Best ExerciseA look at the latest health headlines
HealthWatch: Too Much Hemoglobin Can Lead To Increased Dementia RiskToo much or too little hemoglobin in your blood can lead to an increased risk of dementia later in life, researchers in the Netherlands found.
HealthWatch: Moving Homes During Pregnancy Linked To Premature BirthA new study found the physical and emotional strain of moving homes during the first three months of pregnancy is linked to a greater risk of premature birth and low birth weight.
HealthWatch: More Doctors Recommend Antihistamines For Respiratory InfectionsMore doctors recommend antihistamines rather than cough and cold medicines for respiratory infections in children.
HealthWatch: Consumer Products Cause Three Quarters Of Kids Brain InjuriesTraumatic brain injuries among children and teens in the United States are most often associated with everyday consumer products and activities, such as home furnishings and fixtures or sports, according to a new study.
HealthWatch: Smartphone Use In Young Adults Could Cause Health IssuesA new study finds young adults who use their smartphones five or more hours a day are at a higher risk of obesity and other health problems.
Healthwatch: Extra Weight In Your 60s Could Accerate Brain AgingA look at the latest health headlines.