A study suggests it may be all in your head. There was no connection to temperature, humidity, air pressure.
Like other injured athletes, he’s looking for a miracle, one that would let him play in Sunday’s World Cup final match.
Deaths like the one in a South Dakota eating contest seem to be rare, but choking is common among kids
Australian studys puts widely-held belief to rest
When you can link endangered wildlife with human sexual behavior, people pay attention
Most kids exceed the recommended limit of two hours a day in front of TVs and computers
The well-known Nurse-Family Partnership is shown for the first time to have impact on mortality.
The family of chemicals is an endocrine disruptor that may affect male reproductive systems
Facial hair plus oxygen plus a spark can be a very dangerous mix, study shows
Most have not been given the chance to acclimate as the weather warmed up
Flu, measles, whooping cough and now tuberculosis have hit the state
Complications and deaths are more common in urgent pediatric surgeries performed on Saturday and Sunday
What most of us don’t know about stuttering could fill volumes
New analysis by the American College of Physicians stirs controversy among doctors.
About 63 million were performed in 2010, but there is no evidence that the exam benefits healthy women, doctors’ organization says
The One Fund Boston finalizes plans to distribute the money to all 232 victims of the 2013 bombings.
Younger amputees who face a lifetime of expensive treatment are top priority in second payout.
Obama’s plantar fasciitis can be one of life’s enduring miseries
One in 10 deaths of working-age adults every year is attributable to “excessive alcohol consumption.”
Nearly 88,000 people die in the prime years of their lives from alcohol-related disease, car crashes, homicides and other causes.
Lenny Bernstein writes the To Your Health blog. He started as an editor on the Post’s National Desk in 2000 and has worked in Metro and Sports.