The at-home birthing method calls for the umbilical cord to remain attached to the baby until it falls off naturally, as many as 10 days later. Is is safe for the mom and the baby?
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That genital rash could be poison ivy instead of a sexually transmitted disease. Be sure to wash your hands after hiking or working in your yard and before you use the restroom.
Colorado is the first state to legalize marijuana for adults over the age of 21. My 420 Tours is offering tours of marijuana cultivation facilities and dispensaries, workshops to learn how to cook with cannabis, and the opportunity to smoke at private...
About 400 people die each year in the U.S. from heat-related conditions, and most of them are 65 or older. The Doctors share warning signs and prevention tips.
Stay up-to-date on the latest health headlines and how they could affect you
This year's allergy season is expected to be difficult because a mild winter and early, windy spring caused more allergens that usual to be released in the air. Get tips to control your allergies.
Don't be afraid to put on a few pounds as you age. The extra fat can help smooth out wrinkles and give you a younger-looking face.
Colorado is considering a law to set a driving under the influence of drugs limit to restrict the level of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, in your blood while driving. Watch as one woman gets behind the wheel of a driving simulator after...
What is the strangest thing doctors have ever found inside the human body? It could be the 20-inch eel that was found inside one man's colon!
Stay up-to-date on the latest health headlines and how they could affect you. Get Dr. O’s springtime allergy tips. Then, a new at-home birthing method keeps the umbilical cord connected until it falls off naturally. Is it safe for mom and baby?