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.
Your brain and neurons may also play a surprising role, says new research.
The surprising results of a new investigation into cancer screening.
You won't believe what just one week of bad rest can do to your body.
If medication and surgery aren't right for you, these cosmetic options can help cover up male pattern baldness.
Settling down affects your liver, heart, and stress levels in some surprising ways.
New research sheds light on the type of daily activity you might be missing out on.
Opting for low-calorie cocktails at the bar? Not so fast.
If you're concerned about your swimmers you may want to trade couch time for exercise time.
Is your city helping you shed pounds—or setting you up to fail?
Hitting the bottle helps you fall asleep fast, but you won’t be catching quality Z’s, according to a new study.
Professional athletes excel at certain visual tasks, says a new study. Find out what that means for you.
New research confirms the cardiovascular benefits of a no-meat diet.
Should you trade in your antidepressants or sleep meds for some stretching?
Plant compounds could help you feel more optimistic about the future.
Avoid these germ-filled hotspots during your workout.
Got a naturally steady gait? You’re probably healthier than those who can’t keep up.
Ninety minutes of cardio post-vaccine can amp up your immune system’s response.
Researchers look at how much of the sweet stuff is too much.
Twenty-four percent of Americans—mostly men—admit to falling asleep at the wheel.
What the research says about the stress-busting benefits of omega-3s.