An anesthesiologist told Hannity that the "spectrum" of symptoms shown by Hillary Clinton over the years, including her near-collapse in New York on Sunday, could indicate "a much bigger serious medical problem."
Women need 20 about minutes more sleep in a night than men do, according to a study out of England's Loughborough University.
Prostate cancer affects approximately one in seven men, according to the American Cancer Society. But a new study shows that there has been a significant drop in the number of new diagnoses. The author of the study suggests that a controversial recommendation from a government task force may be behind that decline.
A new study by Harvard University scientists found that nearly half of all U.S. children and teenagers are not getting enough water.
Researchers from Harvard University and Northwestern University say a simple blood test may predict cancer up to 13 years before the disease develops.
A new lawsuit accuses more than two dozen popular wine producers in California of selling wine containing high levels of arsenic.
A new study suggests that smoking marijuana is 114 times less harmful than drinking alcohol.
On the "Should I Worry" segment this week on "Sunday Housecall," a viewer wrote in and asked, "I'm an active male in my early 40s, but recently I've noticed I don't have as much muscle strength as I used to. Should I worry?"
January is National Thyroid Awareness Month, a time dedicated to spreading information about thyroid disease, which affects approximately 20 million Americans.
On "Sunday Housecall" today, Dr. David Samadi, professor, Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, weighed in on a new study that suggests obesity could make prostate cancer much more aggressive.
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that one-third of American adults can be defined as "heavy drinkers," but most are not alcoholics.
Researchers have unveiled a new blood test to detect prostate cancer.