Eating May Help Ease Relationship Anger

Couples married for a long time don’t often mention food when speaking of how they have kept the relationship going, but maybe they should.

Seniors Making Informed Medication Choices

Certain sleeping pills and anxiety medication could be risky for seniors. Evidence-based education could help them to choose their medications wisely.

Antidepressants May Increase How Long Mothers Breastfeed

Mothers who take prescription medications often worry if they can breastfeed their baby. Stopping antidepressant use may not be necessary and may even help breastfeeding.

More TV, Less Sleep for Kids

Sleep is very important to health, especially for children who are still physically developing. Anything that might interfere with sleep, such as TV, might lead to poor long-term habits.

Understanding the New Daddy Blues

Becoming a parent brings a host of changes that not every person is prepared for. Depression after a new child's arrival can occur for both mothers and fathers.

Balancing Antidepressants' Risks during Pregnancy

Taking antidepressants during pregnancy has always involved a balancing of possible benefits and risks. But so does skipping the medication when a mom has depression.

Autism Increasing and More Likely in White Males

Developmental disorders like autism and Asperger’s syndrome affect families around the world. Tracking cases is part of the clinical effort for better treatment options.

Taking Steps to Reduce Smoking

Quitting smoking is a tough task for most smokers. One healthy activity might be a great place to start.

Deadly Consequences of Heavy Drinking Were Greater for Women

Many people like to relax after work with a drink or two. But for women, having a few too many can be a dangerous thing.

Eating Disorders Are Not Just a Women's Issue

Eating disorders are common among teenagers and young adults. However, these conditions are usually assumed to affect only women, making the issue even more critical for men.