The latest wellness trend? Salt rooms

Inhaling salt particles is said to be beneficial for a number of respiratory conditions.

This device is giving new hope to breast cancer patients

MarginProbe is being called the biggest advancement in breast cancer treatment in a generation.

Are you a creative person? That might be why you don't sleep well

Art-centered college students reported lower-quality sleep than their science-minded peers in a new study.

Eye-opening facts about color blindness

It's an affliction affecting millions of people, but not everyone knows exactly what this condition is all about.

Guess who suffers most from sleep deprivation

Being tired during the day is no fun for anyone. But some people are more susceptible to it than others.

'Smart shirt' could revolutionize vital sign monitoring

At-risk heart patients can get peace of mind while enjoying everyday activities.

Can your face reveal a disease to a doctor?

This artificial intelligence app uses a facial recognition algorithm to help diagnose rare genetic diseases.

Could eating peanuts save your baby from peanut allergies?

New National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases guidelines recommend feeding kids peanuts early.

This breathalyzer can diagnose 17 diseases

In a new study, scientists lay out how artificial intelligence can detect a person's unique 'breathprint' and work to identify illnesses before they become deadly.

Starting the new year on the right foot

Fitness guru Guy Catz begins 2017 with a new perspective (literally).

5 tips for a heart healthy lifestyle

With the passing of Carrie Fisher and other celebrities this year from heart issues, we asked a leading cardiologist to offer advice on what we can do to prevent it.

Want to live longer after a heart attack? Be an optimist

A new study says positive thinking – and planning – can go a long way for heart patients.

Mini robots could be cleaning your body soon

Scientists are inventing remote-controlled medical robots that can crawl into the tightest of spaces.

How eating more chicken could save us from environmental ruin

New research says switching from beef to poultry might be the most efficient and earth-friendly way to eat.

Group donates hundreds of wheelchairs to disabled children around the world

Wheelchairs of Hope's unique design is colorful, lightweight and inexpensive.