The Biggest Loser Contestants Often Regain the Weight Because Their Metabolism Never Recovers, According to New ...
While contestants on The Biggest Loser drop an incredible amount of weight in just a few short weeks, that weight loss is often unsustainable and actually harmful to their metabolism, according to a new study. Researchers followed 14 of the contestants ...
Extreme Weight Loss Linked to Slower Metabolism, Explaining Why It's So Hard to Keep Weight Off
(Cultural) Implications of Biggest Losers' Unfortunate (re)Gains
'Biggest Loser' Lessons: Why The Body Makes It Hard To Keep Pounds Off
Playground-related brain injuries on rise in U.S., experts say
MONDAY, May 2, 2016 -- For some kids, playgrounds aren't all fun and games. Playground-related brain injuries have risen significantly in the United States over the last decade, health officials say. Despite improvements in playground safety and design ...
Trauma on the Monkey Bars? Playground Concussions Are on the Rise, Study Says
Playgrounds blamed for increased concussions among children
Concussions caused by playground accidents are on the rise
Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $55 million in talc-powder trial
A bottle of Johnson and Johnson Baby Powder is seen in a photo illustration taken in New York, February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar/Illustration -. Get Alerts JNJ Hot Sheet. Price: $112.75 +0.60% · Overall Analyst Rating: NEUTRAL ( Down) Dividend ...
J&J Hit With $55M Verdict in Another Big Loss over Talcum Powder
Can't Sleep? New Study Says Try Therapy, Not Pills
People with insomnia should try counseling before they turn to pills, which often carry dangerous side-effects, a doctors' group advised Monday. Specialized counseling can and does work, even if people don't like doing it and doctors often don't know ...
Chronic insomnia? Why pills may not be the answer
Desperate for shut-eye? Try psychotherapy before medication therapy, experts say
ACP: Choose CBT Before Drugs for Insomnia Tx
Controlling Zika mosquitoes may be 'lost cause'
Aedes aegypti, the exotically named mosquito that transmits the Zika virus, defies almost everything Americans think they know about mosquitoes, which means that even experts know very little about how to control them. Think mosquitoes live in the woods?
How to Fight Mosquitoes This Summer
The Other Zika Mosquito
Zika Virus Birth Defects May Be 'Tip of the Iceberg', Experts Say
FDA Pumps Money Into Campaign to Counter Tobacco Use in LGBT Community
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration launched a $35.7 million anti-tobacco campaign today focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young adults. The new campaign, “This Free Life,” includes four videos that aim to prevent and reduce ...
FDA focuses on young LGBT smokers with $35.7M campaign
FDA Launches Campaign to Prevent Tobacco Use Among Young LGBT People
Politics|FDA Effort Aims to Curb Smoking in LGBT Community
7 Skin Symptoms You Should Get Checked Out Immediately
There are certain skin changes that can be naturally expected over your lifetime. A few more freckles, wrinkling, an unexpected rash when you scratch an insect bite too hard. But your epidermis does need to be monitored, in case it acts up more than it ...
Hundreds take advantage of free skin screenings on 'Melanoma Monday'
Sharon Mittelman 'Melanoma Monday' aims to bring skin cancer awareness to Arizona residents
Melanoma Foundation of New England Launches Online Skin Cancer Program for Salon Professionals
Social service shortfalls hinder health, boost medical spending
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — States that spend more money on social services and public health programs relative to medical care have much healthier residents than states that don't, a study out today by a prominent public health researcher found.
HHS, Texas reach deal that delays Medicaid debate
Maryland seeks federal OK to speed ex-inmates' Medicaid access
Texas, Feds Agree to Renew Short-Term Medicaid Funds
More than 100 sickened on Disney Wonder cruise ship
Ninety-two passengers –3.4 percent – fell ill, with vomiting being the predominant symptom, the CDC reported. Five out of 991 crew members were sick. Ninety-two passengers –3.4 percent – fell ill, with vomiting being the predominant symptom, the CDC ...
CDC investigating after 97 fall sick on Disney cruise ship
Probe launched after nearly 100 felled by stomach bug on Disney cruise
Disney Wonder: CDC reports additional cases in gastrointestinal outbreak
Researchers look to repurpose approved drugs to treat Zika virus
ATLANTA — The need for drugs to prevent and treat Zika infections grows with every new patient diagnosed. The virus causes devastating birth defects and is strongly linked to a type of paralysis called Guillain-Barre syndrome. There are currently no ...
Zika researchers hold conference in Atlanta amid outbreak
Zika virus-related microcephaly may be associated with retinal, optic nerve damage
Don't Panic! One Epidemiologist's “No Regrets” Response to Zika.