The classroom walls tremble as a room full of 8-year-olds bob heads, shrug shoulders and wriggle around in sync with the thud of the bass.
Bernadette's father died from AIDS complications when she was a child. Her mother never even knew he had HIV until she and her daughter tested positive years later.
Being married may significantly improve the likelihood of surviving cancer, researchers say.
There's a little beverage I'd like to tell you about. It's kind of magical.
When you hear the story of a 2-year-old boy believed to be the youngest person in the world ever to have bariatric surgery, it's very easy to "point a judgmental finger," as one mom said to me.
Most beer guts are the result of consuming fermented brew, but a new case study describes a rare syndrome that had one man's gut fermenting brew, not consuming it.
The Third Annual National Black Women’s Life Balance and Wellness Conference (BLWB) is expected to draw nearly 200 attendees from across the country, to Spelman College in Atlanta, Sept. 14-15 to participate in a open a dialogue, discussing various ways ...
Most women fear lifting because of the possibility of “bulking up.” But not only should you lift weights, but you should lift more—heavy lifting is in ladies!
Men, let’s talk about prostate health.
“I had to stay positive,” said McCoy of Collier Heights in Atlanta. “With my family behind me, I knew I could beat it.”
Antipsychotics have already been linked to type II diabetes in adults. Now a new study shows a connection between these medications and the chronic medical condition in kids as well.
Are you always asking “Why am I so tired?” Are you having trouble staying awake while watching your evening TV shows? Most of us know what it’s like to be tired, especially when we have a cold, flu, or some ...
Health officials say they have the first evidence of a national decline in childhood obesity.
More than 180,000 deaths worldwide in 2010 were linked to a high intake of sugary drinks, a new Harvard University study estimates; including 25,000 deaths in the United States.
If your children are throwing temper tantrums because sleep seems unappealing, consider that it may be okay to let them stay up a little longer, as long as bedtime happens around the same time every night.