Heading the ball -- not player collisions -- may lead to temporary thinking declines in soccer players, a new study finds.
Sigmoidoscopy, an alternative to colonoscopy, may help one gender more than the other, new research shows.
Fitness buffs who push themselves to the limit during workouts might slightly increase their risk of developing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a new study suggests.
Yoga can make you flexible and strong, but it can also hurt you if not practiced correctly, an orthopedic expert warns.
In the wake of an E. coli outbreak that has made more than 50 people in 16 states sick, Americans are now being warned to toss out any romaine lettuce they might have bought in a grocery store.
Older adults, drink up. You need plenty of water during exercise so your brain gets the full benefits of working out, researchers say.
The United States is more ready for health disasters than it was five years ago, but certain regions still lag behind, a new report shows.
There are differences in the brains of athletes who play contact sports and those who play noncontact sports, according to researchers.
For most, playing online video games is largely a harmless hobby. But a new review finds that some fall prey to what experts call "internet gaming disorder."
Autism may be detected at an early age by paying attention to your baby's social and language skills, the American Academy of Pediatrics says.
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