Could it be your thyroid? A leading endocrinologist from UCLA School of Medicine and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and a thyroid disease patient talk about a very easy at-home neck check you can do to see if you might be at risk for thyroid disease.
The World Health Organization has declared the Zika virus an international public health emergency Monday as the mosquito-borne virus is spreading rapidly in Central and South America.
Autoimmune diseases affect at least 50 million Americans, causing pain and discomfort many think they have to learn to live with. But Dr. Amy Myers shares in her book, The Autoimmune Solution, how to reverse this trend.
The U.N. World Health Organization declared the Zika virus is "spreading explosively" in the Americas and announced a team of experts will meet Monday to determine whether to classify the outbreak as an international public health emergency.
Believe it or not, this car was actually on the road! It's an extreme example of something many of us are guilty of doing: not taking the time to scrape the ice and/or snow off the entire windshield and windows. Find out more tips that could help save a life.
Justin Smith, 26, was literally frozen solid in a Pennsylvania snow bank overnight in below-zero temperatures. But he appears to be one of a handful of people whose brain cells were preserved without damage for hours without oxygen, due to exposure to cold temperatures.
Nutrition expert Jonny Bowden talks about his new book, Smart Fat, in which he describes which fats are healthy and should be a regular addition to our diet, which ones to avoid at all costs, and which ones are neutral.
A Swedish man recently became the first person to get on a flight without a boarding pass. Instead, Andreas Sjöström just used a chip implanted in his hand.