Meghan McCain thanked her fans on Instagram for the support following her New York Times op-ed about her recent miscarriage.
The mom of the late Disney star posted a photo of her with her son two weeks after his sudden death.
"I feel like I could breathe for the first time in four weeks."
Finding affordable, good treatment for mental health remains difficult to many. Yet, some new programs offer hope.
"I told myself... this is my fault. Yet it is not my fault."
Stone, who had a stroke in 2001, wants other women to learn the warning signs.
"I felt like someone knocked every ounce of air out of me."
The one-time Super Bowl champion's death points to concerns about staying safe as temperatures are expected to sizzle around the country this weekend.
Pete Frates continues to be a symbol of hope five years after helping to inspire the Ice Bucket Challenge, which raised millions toward treatment and to help find a cure for ALS.
The actress won't let multiple sclerosis get in her way.
J.D. Scott, older brother of HGTV’s Jonathan and Drew Scott, gushed about his fiancée, Annalee Belle.
Liz Krueger, a fitness coach who wore a form-fitting body-con dress to a wedding reception, says she was body-shamed for her choice.
The lifestyle blogger, 30, told fans the pic was taken right after she had surgery to remove a mole on her back that was diagnosed as malignant melanoma.
Cases of the deadly infection, called necrotizing fasciitis, may be on the rise because of climate change.
There's no cure, so the most important thing you can do is not to ignore the warning signs.
Water sitting in a garden hose that's exposed to summer sun can reach up to 190 degrees.
Traces of listeria were found at a manufacturing plant for Pita Pal Foods, causing concern over potential contamination.
Dehydration is a serious health concern — especially during the summer. Here are a few symptoms to be aware of.
McKenzie Kinley's parents are warning others about the dangers of electric shock drowning after she was electrocuted by a pool light that needed repair.
After avoiding doctors for years, Rafael Zuniga had no idea his weight had reached 831 pounds. After a health scare, he tracked what he ate to lose weight.