Survey: Most Americans Don’t Know Difference Between Heart Attack, Cardiac Arrest & StrokeDo you know what to do when someone has a heart attack? Do you know the difference between a heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest?
Rare Tumor Could Help Produce Insulin For Type-1 Diabetics, Study ShowsResearchers have a found a surprising potential ally in the search for a cure for Type-1 diabetes.
Officials: Young Children Need Flu Booster Shot Their First Time AroundGovernment health officials have released their first estimates of how effective the flu vaccine has been this season.
Task Force Says Most Women Don't Benefit From Screening For Ovarian CancerScreening and early detection normally means improved cancer survival, but screening tests for ovarian cancer aren't very specific and that leads to a lot of false positives.
Are Concerned Parents Giving Their Kids ‘Flu Anxiety’?With all of the horrifying stories of children dying due to the flu, parents are rightly concerned.
Study Suggests Dancing Could Slow The Effects Of Alzheimer's DiseaseWhile there's no cure, there may be a non-drug therapy involving dancing that can slow the brain-robbing disease.
Sneaky New Device Leading To More Teens Vaping At SchoolIn videos all over social media, more teenagers are using a new vaping device at school.
Poll: Many Long Islanders Take Supplements Instead Of Getting Flu ShotSome people are refusing to get a flu shot and are instead using other methods to prevent getting sick, according to a new study.
Video Game-Style Jintronix Program Makes Physical Rehab InteractiveVideo games are taking health care to a whole new level.
Debunking Some Of The Biggest Myths Surrounding The FluWith the flu widespread in the Tri-State Area and across the country, doctors say it's key to get vaccinated. Strangely, a lot of people aren't.
Ohio Solicits Innovative Solutions To Battle Opioid AddictionHundreds of ideas poured in from average citizens, scientists and health care providers around the world.
Breast Cancer Treatments Can Raise Heart Disease Risk In WomenThe America Heart Association has published the first scientific statement about the link between these two major threats to women’s health.