Lycopene, a compound in red fruits and vegetables linked to a lower risk of various cancers, may help to prevent bone loss after menopause, according to an animal study published online in the...
Childhood cancer survivors may face a higher than average risk of hospitalizations and cognitive challenges later in life, two recent studies in JAMA Oncology suggest.
An innovative technique to repair torn rotator cuffs is making its way to the United States from Japan, offering patients the option to undergo a minimally invasive procedure with less recovery...
Injuries may be more common in kickboxing than in traditional boxing, mixed martial arts or other contact sports, a recent study suggests.
Customized physical therapy may provide more relief for lower back pain than general advice on the best ways to remain active, an Australian study suggests.
Acupuncture sessions and Alexander Technique lessons both seem to improve the symptoms of chronic neck pain after one year, according to a new study.
Improvise isn't a word parents want to hear from their kid's doctor.
Basketball players could be at heightened risk for dangerous blood clots that travel to the lungs, according to a small Spanish study.
While the salaries and lifestyles of big-name athletes are often fodder for front-page news, there is a subset of pros who, despite training just as hard, often go unnoticed and, in some cases, are...
When it comes to leadership skills, some surgeons may be better at coordinating specific tasks than at sharing information and encouraging cooperation, a small analysis suggests.