More stories about "Disease"

Is it Safe to Double-Dip Your Food?

We're pretty sure that we've all done this at some point.

Can Too Much Wi-Fi Make You Sick?

The invisible culprit can actually have ill effects on your health.

Disease-Causing Bacteria May Live for Long Periods on Regularly Used Objects

Maintaining a clean environment may help lower your risk of contracting diseases from objects contaminated by bacteria.

Dog Behavior May Signal Health Changes in Older Adults

Researchers say that close monitoring of canine demeanor may help older adults receive proper medical care prior to drastic health changes.

Negative Childhood Experiences May Increase Risk of Disease During Adulthood

Abuse and the lack of parental warmth may lead to serious physical repercussions in the long run.

Malaria-Carrying Mosquitos Have Heightened Sense of Smell At Night, Says Study

Stock up on insect repellent to keep certain disease-carrying mosquitoes from zoning in on your scent while you're sleeping.

On Being Sick: Virgina Woolf and Oliver Sacks

As flu season begins again, FN staff writer Jen shares two surprisingly interesting reads on the maladies of men.

Working the Night Shift for More Than 30 Years Linked to Higher Breast Cancer Risk

Hormonal imbalances caused by working and sleeping at odd hours may increase your chances of developing the disease.

10 Strange Medical Conditions

These bizarre disorders will make having the flu seem like a relatively nice thing.

5 Things to Know about Antioxidants

Clueless when it comes to antioxidants? Be in the know by checking this guide!

Clean Living: 5 Simple Ways to Disease-Proof Your Home

Here are a few suggested precautions to keep your family healthy.

Undone: A Short Film about Alzheimer's Disease

Watch this video to better understand the nature of this disease.

Transmission of Diseases from Humans to Animals is Cause for Concern

Got the sniffles? Better get your kitty as far away from you as possible.

An Ounce of Prevention: Vaccines You Should Consider Getting as an Adult

Immunization is important for adults because it can prevent the onset of many infectious diseases.