When you meet Derrick Coleman, Jr., the first word that comes to mind is "genuine."
The American Red Cross is facing a looming shortage of the blood types most needed by patients and is calling on eligible donors with O negative, B negative, and A negative blood to give now to prevent an emergency situation.
National Health Interview Survey data from 2007 to 2010 revealed that nearly eight percent of people over the age of 12 reported experiencing depression.
Recent news stories about cyberbullying, with kids running away, hurting others and even taking their own lives, points to a growing trend with often tragic results.
As Medicare and Medicaid turn 50 this week, the nation takes a look at the impact of two of the most significant government programs ever launched.
Nothing says summer like flip-flops, bathing suits, ice-cream cones and concerts in the park.
Baltimore residents will walk to help solve cruel mystery of lupus.
Busy is the operative word for many modern families.
Get ready to cash in your sweaty old Nike "FuelBand" because you might not have been burning as many calories as you thought.
There are an estimated 76 million cases of food poisoning in the United States every year. A small fraction of these illnesses lead to hospitalization and death, but the vast majority usually just lead to a wretched day on the ...
Walmart and Evenflo announced this week a new infant car seat with technology designed to remind drivers of their backseat passengers, and stop children from dying in hot cars.
India Harris counts among the nearly 1.2 million Americans who have pre-diabetes and who are at risk of developing the debilitating disease.
A French teenager infected at birth with HIV has shown the ability to control levels of the infection in her body -- without being on antiretroviral treatment.
Health Power for Minorities LLC (Health Power), the leading source of health information for minority/multicultural populations worldwide, announced the launch of its redesigned nationally unique website, which is the centerpiece for the first-ever National Minority Health Communication Network.
The so-called couch-potato lifestyle is the main culprit behind middle-age spread.