Study: Being Too Thin Could Increase Injury Risk In Female AthletesThere's surprising new information about how a woman's weight affects her risk of injury in sports, especially running.
Researchers Use ‘Eye Trackers’ To Study Language Development In Kids With Cochlear ImplantsWhile the devices can restore some level of hearing, many of these children can still fall behind in language skills.
Sex Of Baby May Impact Mother’s Immune System During Pregnancy, Study FindsEvery pregnant woman has heard theories about the sex of her baby -- what she craves or how she's carrying means either a boy or a girl.
Dr. Max Gomez: Popular Baby Wipes May Cause Nasty Rash Something in popular baby and personal hygiene wipes has been causing painful, itchy rashes and blisters.
Dr. Max Gomez: Five Numbers That Could Save Your LifeThere are five numbers that everyone should know by heart but most people probably don't.
A New Approach To Physical Rehab -- In Video Game FormVideo games are hot items on Christmas lists this and every year, but not just for kids – the majority of gamers are now over 36.
Researchers Develop Way To Track Potentially Dangerous Fungal InfectionFungal cells hide inside human cells, making it difficult to find and stop them. But the researchers discovered a way to mark the fungus so as it grows, it glows bright red.