A new study finds that the older your gut, the more inflammation you may have.
A new study finds a greater risk of heart attacks in patients using the gastrointestinal drugs.
As we approach our golden years, pain is a constant companion, unless we cross our fingers. Maybe.
A new study vindicates the (temporary) weight-loss success of a former college hoops star: When you eat may be more important than what you eat.
In a new study by the Stanford University School of Medicine, 88 percent of the 1,081 doctors surveyed say they would choose a do-not-resuscitate status if they had a terminal diagnosis rather than be hooked up to machines and feeding tubes in their final days.