The United Nation's food agency is pushing a new super food group.
Your mother always told you to wash your hands, but she probably never mentioned your handbag.
If your kids are couch potatoes, an upcoming study in The Journal of Pediatrics recommends using "excer-gaming" to improve their health.
The new artificial heart is smaller, lighter and possesses a high rate of safety and reliability as it draws from the technology used in designing rockets.
Protecting your skin from sun exposure is vital during the summer. However, protecting your eyes is equally as important.
If you want to avoid exposure to tobacco smoke, new research suggests you choose hotels that ban smoking altogether rather than go to ones which have designated non-smoking rooms.
Florida officials are launching a new initiative to tackle the growing problem of newborns exposed to prescription drugs.
Owning a pet, particularly a dog, may be good for your heart.
Flowers Hospital was honored with an 'A' Hospital Safety Score SM by The Leapfrog Group.
Spending on prescription medicines in the U.S. fell for the first time in more than five decades last year.
You can just say no to diabetes! The Florida Department of Health in Bay County is offering the National Diabetes Prevention Program, an evidence-based lifestyle change program that is designed to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes by 58 percent in those at high risk of developing the disease.
The Coca-Cola Foundation is pledging $3.8 million to support statewide initiatives aimed at boosting fitness and health.
Sunshine may be good for the heart!
The federal government is calling for stronger warnings on indoor tanning beds.
A new study shows bicycle helmets saves more lives in states that legally require them.
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