Study shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeeding

While the medical benefits of breastfeeding for helping newborns fight infections and helping pre-term infants get stronger are fairly well established, the long-term impact is much less so.

UVA Tests Online Program to Help People With HIV Live Longer, Healthier Lives

Internet Intervention Built on Education, Personal Experiences

Bone marrow donors from the black community can save lives

Local attorney’s crusade continues in her battle against leukemia.

BCCC Students and Faculty Lead Way at B’More Healthy Expo

BCCC faculty and students were well represented at the 8th annual B’More Healthy Expo on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

How healthcare works around the world

In a doctor's waiting room in South London sit three people of varying ages and ethnicities, waiting among a sea of empty green plastic chairs.

People with chronic conditions nervous about GOP health care bill

Valerie Daniel is nervous about the GOP health care bills making their way through Congress.

Depression, anxiety, PTSD: The mental impact of climate change

It's a dream many city-dwellers long for: moving to a spacious house surrounded by greenery in the countryside, where they plan to raise their family.

Study: We think black men are bigger than white men (even when they're not)

When we look at black men, what is and what we see are often different things. Namely, we may see black men as bigger, stronger, and scarier than white men, even if they are the same size.

Joe Biden: The fight against cancer is bipartisan

The fight against cancer knows no party lines.

The 3rd Re-Engineer Your Life Holistic Health Summit

Baltimore Re-Engineer Your Life – Holistic Health Summit 2107 Saturday 29 April 2017

Where do we stand on soy?

Tofu or snafu? Soy has become a big component of a plant-based diet, but debates have raged for decades over whether soy really produces certain health benefits.

'This is not your mother's arthritis': Most cases found in younger Americans

Imagine not being able to walk down the stairs without pain. You can't get into your car without agony. You aren't even able to bend down to tie your shoe. That's the reality for a growing number as they struggle ...

Gluten-free diets: Where do we stand?

Over the past few decades, millions of people around the world have distanced themselves from gluten, eliminating gluten sources from their diets, even if their doctors haven't recommended they do so.

40,000 pounds of veal recalled due to possible E.coli contamination

Ohio Farms Packing Co. Ltd. has issued a recall of more than 40,000 pounds of veal products, the US Department of Agriculture announced Thursday.

National Heart Month might be over… but the beat goes on for making healthy lifestyle choices

February was National Heart Month, a month-long observance, which seeks to raise awareness about heart health.