Health News

  • Feeling burnout? Here are the symptoms and what you can do about it
    PeopleImages/iStock(NEW YORK) -- In our world of 24/7 communication, demands and pressure, everyone seems to always be run-down or overwhelmed.But feelings that go even beyond that, making it hard to do even the simplest of tasks, may be a sign of burnout."It means we’re over-allocated," Bea Arthur, a New York ... read more
    HealthJanuary 21, 2019
  • How to pick the right shoe for your workout
    BrianAJackson/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Starting 2019 on the right foot can quickly lead to foot pain if the shoes you're working out in are not right.Whether you are running, cross-training or weight lifting, comfort is key, according to Stephanie Blozy, the owner of a Fleet Feet Sports store in West Hartford, ... read more
    HealthJanuary 21, 2019
  • How dogs are saving diabetics’ lives
    iStockBy DR. AZKA AFZAL  (NEW YORK) -- Can a dog’s nose save a diabetic’s life? Man’s best friends are known to sniff out bombs, drugs and even bedbugs, but can they smell trouble for type 1 diabetics?A new study done in the U.K. shows that the diabetic “alert” dogs ... read more
    HealthJanuary 19, 2019
  • Promising new drug for aggressive stage IV breast cancer encounters setback
    Tero Vesalainen/iStockBY: DR. TIFFANY TRUONG (WASHINGTON) -- Federal approval of a highly anticipated breast cancer drug was delayed by the Food and Drug Administration this week. The drug, sacituzumab govitecan, which is produced by Immunomedics, was previously designated a "breakthrough therapy" by the FDA “based on preliminary evidence that it ... read more
    HealthJanuary 18, 2019
  • Moms donate thousands of ounces of breast milk to help mother undergoing cancer treatment
    Rhiannon Lindley(WASHINGTON) -- A woman who was diagnosed with cancer months after giving birth has received thousands of ounces in breast milk donations from fellow moms she's never met. Rhiannon Lindley, 27, recently put a call out on her Facebook page asking for milk donations and the response "blew her ... read more
    HealthJanuary 18, 2019
  • APA has new guidelines for psychologists talking about traditional masculinity
    noipornpan/iStock(NEW YORK) -- How is a man supposed to act? What is masculinity and when does it become toxic? And how should psychologists approach the concept of masculinity when seeing patients?These are questions an increasing number of psychologists must consider as dialogue around toxic masculinity, sexual abuse and harassment and ... read more
    HealthJanuary 18, 2019
  • Does booty sculpting machine praised by Khloé Kardashian work?
    ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The Kardashian family is known for their famous curves and there are plenty of fans who want to achieve similar looks.So when Khloé Kardashian shared some "booty" secrets on her former blog -- crediting kettlebell weights, a boss balance trainer and The DB Method Machine for ... read more
    HealthJanuary 18, 2019
  • Just smelling junk food can fight cravings for it, study shows
    zeljkosantrac/iStock(NEW YORK) -- As anyone who has ever worked in a fast food -- or any -- restaurant can tell you, the smell of unhealthy food can put you off the stuff. Scientists have now confirmed that a great way to fight your craving for fries, pizza and other junk ... read more
    HealthJanuary 18, 2019
  • Indie Beauty Expo’s Best in Show 2018 winners include Hum Nutrition, Apoem and more
    Rawpixel/iStock(NEW YORK) -- This year, Good Morning America is bringing you the exclusive Indie Beauty Expo's "Best in Show" 2018 winners.Indie Beauty Expo was founded by celebrity esthetician Jillian Wright and entrepreneur Nader Naeymi-Rad in 2015 to "recognize, showcase and celebrate independent beauty brands and to support the growth and ... read more
    HealthJanuary 17, 2019
  • Car seat safety guidelines: What parents should know about installation, buckling up
    South_agency/iStock(NEW YORK) -- On Monday, police in Mankato, Minnesota, responded to a report of a 2-year-old who was found in the middle of the road and still strapped to a car seat. The child, who was uninjured, was properly fastened to the car seat, but the car seat was not ... read more
    HealthJanuary 17, 2019