Kristin Chenoweth clears the air on asthma

Imagine that you’re in front of a room and about to give a speech or presentation. All of a sudden, you’re hit with shortness of breath, wheezing and tingling in the fingers, and everyone’s eyes are on you.

Men ignore their eating disorders

Although men make up one-quarter of all U.S. eating-disorder cases, a recent study suggests that men are reluctant to admit that they have such a condition.

Less sleep, more calories for kids

Studies showed that children who don’t sleep enough are more likely to become obese later in life. Now a direct link was found between a lack of sleep and increased calorie consumption in toddlers.

The dawn of stronger sunscreens?

Food and Drug Administration is reviewing stronger sunscreen ingredients that better protect you against the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays.

Limits of socialization

Too much time spent socializing with others can have a negative effect on a senior citizen’s memory.

Tonsillectomy meds not a given for kids

You should know that not every hospital or doctor follows recommended guidelines for administering a medication that might help to ease post-surgery nausea and pain after a tonsillectomy.

Saliva test for depression is years away

Although new research suggests that a saliva test might predict whether young males will have clinical depression later in life, we’re told that such a test is a long way off.

New autism definition raises questions

According to American Psychiatric Association (APA), the new definition of autism identifies some children who formerly would have been diagnosed as autistic as having social communication disorder (SCD).