Children who receive cancer treatments may suffer thinking problems later, but using an at-home computer training program can help reduce these deficits, according to a new study.
A new report says doctors and consumers both tend to overlook one of the most common and devastating problems of aging - the decline in patients' ability to manage their own financial affairs.
A Rhode Island man who weighs nearly 800 pounds says he's determined to slim down and he dreams of becoming an actor one day.
One in three children who were diagnosed and treated for mental health conditions on an outpatient basis saw their primary-care doctors for this care, a new study reports.
For people with chronic illnesses ranging from cancer to arthritis, tai chi exercises may improve walking, build strength and reduce pain, according to a new analysis of past research.
Is there a difference between “comfort food” and “calming food”? When you’re stressed out, knowing which ones to choose can make all the difference.
Feeling like the target of discrimination may increase a person's odds of harmful behaviors like smoking, eating fatty foods and getting less sleep, a study of African-Americans suggests.
When Jamie Raines began taking testosterone to begin his transition from a woman to a man at age 18, he decided to document his transformation with a series of daily selfies.