Going back to school means new teachers and friends. But it's also a time for back-to-school illnesses, such as hand, foot and mouth disease.
Sodium chlorite products are not as safe as they are advertised to be, according to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Backpack? Check. Books? Check. Pencils? Check. Health records? With the school year starting, there's another thing not to forget: back-to-school medical needs.
Rotavirus spreads easily among infants and young children. Is your child at risk?
Lyme disease is a well-known risk tied to tick bites, so for those living in certain areas, a tick bite can be a nerve-racking experience. But there are ways to lower your risk.
Many of us grow up believing certain health and safety myths. Sometimes, these misconceptions are harmless. Other times, they can have serious consequences.
As the school year starts, it's important to learn some key facts about strep throat and how it can affect your kids.
Acid reflux may be the cause of your chronic cough.
If you want to lower your risk of type 2 diabetes, you have options.
In 2000, health officials declared that measles had been eliminated. But that may no longer be the case in 2019.