A recent study shows that using kitchen spoons to give children medicine is highly inaccurate and often quite dangerous.
The little-known Chikungunya virus, which has no vaccine, has been confirmed in the continental United States. Here's what you should know.
A new study shows that a pregnant woman in her second trimester could be more likely to have a car accident than at any other time in her pregnancy or life.
E-cigarettes may not be the best way to help you kick that smoking habit after all.
Be honest: Do you really know what a 401(k) is? Because a lot of people don't—even people who have one. Let us try to explain it to you.
Because of all the health benefits that come from vitamin D, we should all consider getting more of it in our diet.
If you think you might be on the path to a heart problem (or if you already have one), here are a few steps to add to your cardiologist search process.
Not everything you hear about how to keep a healthy heart turns out to be correct.
This time of year, with all the present buying, snow shoveling and family visiting, rarely do we have a moment to really think through that year-end bonus we hope is coming. But there are some important things you should know about your bonus—before you rely on it to cover the cost of all the gifts you just bought.
If you’ve been considering a seasonal job to bring in some extra cash during the holidays, it’s time to start going through the job listings. (Check sites like Indeed, GrooveJob and Snag a Job for opportunities in your area, or visit a company’s site or location directly.) There are numerous opportunities and possibilities that open up to you when you land that seasonal holiday position, beyond just having some extra dough in your pocket for festivities and holiday shopping.