Joseph Sheppard was in his 30s when he was diagnosed with autism. It explained the odd patterns of behavior and speech he'd always struggled with — and gave him the spark to help others express themselves.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Friday it will deny the National Resources Defense Council's petition asking it to prohibit the use of bisphenol A, commonly known as BPA, in products manufactured in the United States.
In August, after several months of seeing a therapist and a psychiatrist, I was diagnosed with depression.
The public drama surrounding the Supreme Court's extraordinary three-day review of President Obama's health care reform law has faded, but the real intrigue has just begun. You just won't see it, and the final yet-unwritten chapter will come unannounced.
People with sleep apnea, a breathing disorder that causes frequent sleep disturbances, often feel tired and unfocused during the day. But that may not be the only fallout: New research suggests the disorder also dramatically increases the risk of depression.
With the explosion of Asian fusion, figuring out what to order can be as murky as a bowl of freshly stirred miso soup. So hold on to your chopsticks because experts spill the (soy)beans on what's healthy — and not.
Miami. Mexico. Martinique. No matter where you're headed on vacay, you're probably going to want to bring a bathing suit… and fewer pounds.
The number of children with autism in the United States continues to rise, according to a new report released Thursday by the CDC.
A landmark ruling in the UK Supreme Court has cleared the way for thousands of mesothelioma victims and their families to make insurance claims.
After three days of very public debate, the U.S. Supreme Court now retreats from the spotlight to make decisions that could topple some or all of the the sweeping health care reform bill.