One new mom who is a breast cancer survivor decided to that a sign would be best to tell anyone in the hospital that she was not able to breastfeed her baby when she gave birth.
Some breast cancer patients describe a bullying-like pressure from their surgeons to reconstruct after having a mastectomy.
Officials in the state — one of 18 to offer vaccine exemptions based on personal or moral beliefs — had hoped to offer a course informing parents about the risks of not vaccinating.
A new study from Orlando Health found that more than half of parents with children under 18 believe the flu shot can cause the flu. Experts explain why that's a myth.
A family in Georgia is reeling from a pizza order that left their 2-year-old with second-degree burns. Little Caesars insists that it did nothing wrong.
At 37, Meghan Markle is having a pregnancy officially considered "high-risk." Here's why experts say she shouldn't be worried.
A new report reveals that cesarean sections have become much more common since the start of the century. Doctors and maternal-health experts are concerned.
Experts don’t know exactly how much alcohol is harmful to children, which is why it’s recommended that they don’t drink at all, says Daniel Ganjian, MD.
Actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley opens up about the heartbreaking struggle and stigma her late mother experienced with dementia and her mission to help others.
Nathan Benis is 36, 5’ 9”, and currently weighs 195 pounds. In 2017, after his health was deteriorating due to diabetes, he was inspired to change his lifestyle for the sake of his future. This is the story of his weight-loss journey.
“I had what they call a hemorrhagic stroke,” Montel Williams shared recently. “I almost died.”
Egg freezing is on the rise in the U.S. Here's what you need to know about this method, which helps preserve a woman's eggs.
"I’ve been preparing for it since I was 18," says Kaylee Denmead about her preventive double mastectomy. "That’s when doctors told me I had ... an altered gene that means there is a 72 percent chance that I’ll get breast cancer by the time I turn 80."
Parents say kindergarteners are allowed only 12 to 15 minutes to eat lunch at school — and say their hungry children are suffering from stomachaches and weight loss as a result.
LaCroix fans are reeling from a lawsuit alleging that the popular beverage contains mystery ingredients — including one found in cockroach insecticide — despite the company's "all-natural claims."
More than 6.5 million pounds of beef products are being recalled nationwide due to a salmonella outbreak, according to the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.
Jaime Spiak is 22, 5’6”, and currently weighs 145 pounds. In 2015, after losing weight due to severe health issues, she decided to embrace a healthier lifestyle for the sake of her future. This is her weight-loss story.
The mother says that her son is "fighting for his life" some days because of germs he may have caught from other children.
As Breast Cancer Awareness month kicks off, tennis legend Serena Williams is encouraging women to “touch themselves.” But how effective are breast self-examinations?
If you just found out that a loved one is struggling with an opioid addiction, these are the three most important first steps to take.
For years, dermatologists have prescribed hormonal birth control to help patients with acne. But for every group of patients that it has helped, it seems like there are plenty of others who say their skin got worse on birth control.
The CDC estimates that 4 to 6 percent of children in the U.S. have a food allergy. Here's what you need to know to keep kids safe.
Women have had the Pill for nearly 60 years. Why is it so challenging to bring a safe, reversible hormonal method for men to market?
Miss America Nia Franklin's stem cells helped save her father, who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma when she was a freshman in college.