Latest NY Healthwatch
Earseeds and government-approved leech therapy are just some of the latest holistic trends celebrities are trying out. Acupuncturist Erika Weber joined us on The Couch to show us some techniques used by stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Penelope Cruz and Demi Moore.
The State Department issued a statement saying Clinton’s medical team advised her she was “making good progress on all fronts” and that they were confident she would “make a full recovery.”
The average life in the nation’s biggest city may be hectic, but it’s long.
“It would simply state we either have these ingredients or we don’t have these ingredients,” said councilman David Greenfield.
A New Jersey teenager left brain-damaged after being struck by a line drive while he was playing in a youth baseball game will receive $14.5 million to settle his lawsuit against the bat manufacturer, Little League Baseball and a sporting goods chain.
Rosie O’Donnell says she is happy to be alive. That is because the comedienne and former talk show host suffered a heart attack last week in Nyack.
You probably think of Whooping Cough as a kid’s sickness that was eliminated decades ago by a childhood vaccine.
It’s a disturbing trend: Young people ending up in rehab for prescription drug abuse. But it’s not Oxycontin. They’re getting hooked on medications used to treat attention disorders like ADHD.
Pregnancy can bring with it many health risks for women. One common problem? Blood clots that can lodge in the lungs. Those so-called pulmonary emboli can be fatal – but treating them can be dangerous or lethal to the fetus.
The FDA says the New York state DEC closed the waters to harvesting on July 13 after several cases of people getting sick from eating raw or partially cooked shellfish from the area were reported.
What if I told you I lost 250 pounds without ever setting foot in the gym? Would you believe me?
A new report shows that one in eight New York City children have been diagnosed with asthma, making childhood asthma rates in the city higher than the national average.
Foods such as candy bars, fish, cheese and tomato sauce are just a few of the items recently counterfeited.
Belly fat plagues millions of men and women, but some say you can minimize your middle by eating certain foods.