As our bodies age, so do our teeth. Years of chewing and crunching can take a toll. We look at the best ways to keep teeth strong for a lifetime
Scientists say a new antibiotic can treat serious skin infections, including resistant ones like MRSA (pronounced mersa), with just one dose. Oritavancin is unique in that because of its ability to stay in the body for long periods of time.
In today's Smart Woman report, Carl Azuz shares some of the popular excuses the men in your life make and how you can help keep them on track.
Scientists are reporting a breakthrough in the treatment of cervical cancer
Measles cases in the united states have reached a 20 year high.. according to the centers for disease control and prevention...
All too often we return from vacation to find we've put on some extra weight. In today's Smart Woman Report we have a few tips on how to be healthy, without foregoing all of the fun.
It's a question many dieters ask, can drinking diet soda help you lose weight? Senior Medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen talks about a new study for today's Smart Woman Report.
Wounded warriors are getting a new lease on life thanks to a special program at UCLA Medical Center. Service men and women are getting care from top surgeons, and are healing more than just their scars.
Millions of people are diagnosed with skin cancer every year with cases that can be prevented or detected early.
There are a number of common myths associated with sunscreen.
Children who routinely don't get enough sleep may gain weight.
Before you take your next flight.. you may want to make sure you have hand sanitizer readily available. New research shows bacteria can linger on airplane surfaces for more than a week...
Lung cancer is currently the deadliest cancer, followed by colo-rectal and breast. But deaths from "pancreatic" and liver cancer are on the rise...
Patients are injected with mega-doses of vitamins and minerals to keep from getting sick , even fighting of off cancer
It's an exciting time introducing your baby to solid food....What to do and what to expect for today's smart woman report...
A new study finds obesity can have a negative affect in younger breast cancer patients...
Experts say exercise is part of a healthy lifestyle for everyone.. and new moms are not exception...
How walking and talking with your coworkers can be productive..
How having friends can be better for your health
Why more children are landing in the emergency room for injuries from baby gates
Children may seem indestructible at times but with increasing reports of playground injuries, doctors are encouraging greater safety for this summer
A new study shows it's possible to grow back large amounts of muscle lost after accidents or military blasts.
How much pesticide is in your produce and is organic worth it? A Washington D.C. watchdog group has released its annual report to help consumers make better choices in the grocery aisle.
The Food and Drug Administration announced a new proposal Thursday morning to begin regulating electronic cigarettes.
A new study shows using marijuana may increase heart complications in young and middle-aged adults
Every summer it's important to teach children warm weather safety.
A new study published in the journal "Pediatrics" finds some emergency room doctors are still prescribing codeine, even though guidelines warn it can be dangerous in children.
Many people are dealing with allergies from different types of pollen, but did you know what you eat can also bring on the sneezing and watery itchy eyes? Well it can, and most people don't even realize their food is the culprit.
Does your toddler seem overly fussy and have trouble calming him or herself? It can be stressful, especially for new parents, but new research says plopping your child in front of the TV isn't always the best option.
About 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, and this spring could be even worse due harsh winter conditions.
Women are at a higher risk for some eye diseases than men, and the overwhelming majority aren't aware of their increased risk.
Water is key to overall health, yet numbers show about a third of children drink the recommended amount.
Man's best friend is also a life saver for those with epilepsy.
Now the U.S. Preventive Service Task Force is recommending a low dose aspirin for women at high risk for preeclampsia.
The use of electronic cigarettes is skyrocketing, and now poisonings related to the cigarettes are also rising.
A discussion on whether or not mammograms are useful.
New research shows more women are choosing to have breast life surgery to get their body back after childbirth.
The CDC says new findings don't mean more children are developing autism, it means more cases are being discovered due to heightened awareness.
New government statistics show the number of children identified with autism continues to rise.
Government health officials say despite progress, more needs to be done to keep patients safe and prevent them from getting infections while in the hospital.
Back pain, neck pain and headaches? Today's Smart Woman report offers advice on how to get rid of those symptoms.
A new study looks at whether e-cigarettes may be an effective way to stop smoking or reduce smoking.
We love to make a statement when it comes to fashion, but how is it affecting our health?
Spring is in the air, but so are springtime allergies. Today's Smart Woman report shows how to cope with these annual allergies.
There's a new study out to see if acupuncture can alleviate breast cancer pain.
The PAP test, which has been the gold standard for detecting cervical cancer, may be losing a bit of it's luster.
Today's Smart Woman report may be "egg-xatly" what your looking for when it comes to your diet.
Are you in the mood for spring cleaning? Maybe spring cleaning for your health sounds a little bit more appealing. We'll explain how you can in today's Smart Woman report.
If you plan on traveling this spring break holiday, today's Smart Woman report has some tips on staying safe.
A new blood test has been developed for early detection of Alzheimer's disease.