Health Report

Getting bogged down trying to make sense of the ever-changing health headlines? Don't sweat it. Our expert contributors go behind the science to bring you practical, easy-to-understand advice for staying well and feeling your best.
No, it shouldn't. And here's why.
Logging extra hours on the weekend may not be enough.
A new study questions whether wheat is the culprit of celiac disease.
We review the best apps for nipping the habit in the butt.
Depression could lead to a heftier diagnosis down the line.
A morning workout may be a better option than prescription meds.
A farm country trip could do your body good.
A new study suggests tiny needles act like antidepressants.
The help you need to kick the habit is just a click (or app) away.
New bulbs help you fall asleep fast and feel more alert in the a.m.
A new study reveals that owing money could be bad for your brain.
Migraines may up your risk for stroke and memory loss.
A high-fat diet can damage nerves that tell the brain you're full.
A new study suggests that you need to see the doc more often.
Sleep deprivation could make you buy more lousy food the next day.
Encouraging your partner to drop pounds could backfire.
Depression during colder months isn't as common as once thought.
Researchers remotely move the hand of a test subject.
The move follows the Air Force's ban of yogurt that contains hemp seeds.
Being buried in debt could mean a poorer bill of health.