Health problems that affect breathing or sleep can lead to fatigue and lethargy that disrupt your daily routine. Understand your lungs and respiratory system—and what you can do to help yourself.
Exposure to ultra-low temperatures shows no benefits and may be dangerous.
Study finds big differences in how youngsters affect parents' sleep.
Proteins in nasal mucus might reveal if respiratory infection is caused by virus or bacteria.
Prescription doses can treat chronic pain, muscle spasms and nausea—but there are still downsides to the drug.
Canadian study finds many patients were told they had asthma based on symptoms and doctor's evaluation—but not on objective testing.
Maverick Smith came into the world weighing only 1 pound, 7 ounces. Now his mom delights in his chubby cheeks and double chin.
With club membership, you're more likely to exceed aerobics and strength-training standards recommended by health officials.
Caregivers of severely allergic children should know what to do in an emergency—and always have an epinephrine auto-injector on hand.
If you live in the mitten state, probably not. What can you do to get the full benefits of the sunshine vitamin?
Camping and exposure to natural light helps prime your body for an earlier bedtime.
What you eat—and don’t eat—before bed will play a big role in what happens when your head hits the pillow.