Celebrities like actress Alanna Masterson of ‘The Walking Dead’ are often targeted by internet trolls for body shaming. But this trend also extends to others.
A CDC report shows a rise in the number of injection drug users accessing needle exchange programs. Officials want an even bigger increase.
Millions of Americans have a food allergy, but a new study is calling for more research to determine the true extent of this condition.
With millions of kids affected by divorces and separations each year, pediatricians can play an important role in helping them through stressful transitions.
Uncertain what a Trump administration will bring, advocates are calling on transgender people to get passports and other documents in order before January 20.
The death of journalist Gwen Ifill from endometrial cancer has doctors calling for more awareness of symptoms among women.
A new study found that Celebrex is no less safe than two other pain medications, but none of them are risk-free.
Over the past decade depression has risen in teens, but use of medications and counseling has remained stagnant, leaving many teens with untreated depression.
Researchers say your first flu infection in childhood can provide protection against similar flu viruses for the rest of your life.
Thanks to newer antiretroviral medications, people with HIV are living longer — long enough to develop other health problems.