Dietary guidelines from the American Heart Association indicate that Americans need fewer trans and saturated fats, and more omega-3 fatty acids in their diets.
Results of a 2013 survey indicate that three out of 10 Americans believe money is a barrier to receiving care.
When compared with processed milk, raw milk consumption was inversely associated with occurrence of rhinitis, respiratory tract infections, otitis, and fever.
Supplements used to enhance sports performance, weight loss, and sexual performance that contain FDA-banned substances are still being sold in stores.
Initial safety and efficacy results of VSV-ZEBOV, a second Ebola vaccine candidate, are expected by the end of 2014.
Shorter telomeres were associated with increased soda consumption, which is an indication of cellular aging.
Health insurance and being treated for high cholesterol improved chances of keeping hypertension under control.
Disease-focused model of care may be inadequate for symptom-prompted outpatient visits.
Pediatric health professionals should be able to identify potential Ebola cases in children through identification of symptoms and a history of potential virus exposure.
Though 94% of those mistakes didn't require medical treatment, 25 led to deaths and about 1,900 critical care admissions.