News16 Percent of U.S. High Schoolers Victims of Cyberbullying: Study
20 Percent of Seventh Graders Have 'Sexted'
6 People Signed Up for Health Insurance on Day 1 of Federal Website: Memo
Acquaintances in Social Networks May Find Themselves 'Replaced'
Avid Cellphone Use by College Kids Tied to Anxiety, Lower Grades
Breast Milk Bought Online May Contain Harmful Germs: Study
Buying Testosterone Supplements Online Can Be Risky
Can Hi-Tech Avatars Promote Real-Life Weight Loss?
College Kids Trend Toward Twitter, Adults Favor Facebook
Computer Glitches Mar Health Insurance Rollout
Computer Problems Still Vex Day 2 of Health Insurance Exchange Rollout
Consumers Find HealthCare.gov More User-Friendly
Consumers Frustrated With First Days of Health Exchanges, Poll Finds
Could Facebook Assist Public Health Efforts to Track Obesity?
Could Facebook Habit Make You Less Happy?
Could More Time on Facebook Help Spur Eating Disorders?
Dark Side of 'Chat Rooms' for Troubled Teens: Talk of Self-Harm
Design and Software Problems Plague Health Exchanges: Report
Doctors Urged to Refrain from Social Media Contacts With Patients
Doctors Want to Provide Best Care Possible to Patients: Survey
Electronic Health Records May Slow Rise of Health-Care Costs
Employers May Misjudge Job Applicants Based on Facebook Pages
Experts Warn About Skin Cancer 'Treatments' Sold Online
Facebook Faux Pas: Awkward! Or Maybe Not
Facebook Use Linked to Brain's Reward Center
Faster-Breeding Cockroach Taking Over in Southwestern U.S.
FDA Sets Rules for Smartphone Medical Apps
Federal Health Insurance Marketplace Reports Surge in Enrollments
Fewer U.S. Teens Dying in Teen-Driver Crashes
Financial Incentives for Docs May Improve Care
Friends' Online Photos May Sway Teens' Behavior
Glitches Still Dog Online Health Exchanges
Google Search Trends Suggest Mental Woes Vary by Seasons
Health Agency Chief Apologizes for Federal Website Woes
Health News Reports May Spur 'Symptoms' in Some People
Health Plan Enrollment Gains Ground in November
Heart Attack? Doctors Soon May Have an App for That
Help Your Children Manage Media Use, Experts Urge
Homemade Blowgun Darts Pose Choking Dangers for Teens
How Worried Are Parents About Kids' Online Safety?
Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers Aren't Cure-Alls, FDA Warns
Initial Health-Plan Enrollment Falls Below Expectations
iPads Could Affect Implanted Heart Devices, Early Study Finds
Is Technology Creating a World of Sickly Couch Potatoes?
Junk Food Makers Target Kids With Free Online Games, Study Says
Long-Distance Relationship May Strengthen Couple's Bond
Lots of Americans Want Health Care Via Their Smartphone
Lying in Virtual World Can Be Spotted, Study Finds
Many Americans Haven't Checked Out Health Insurance Marketplaces
Many Parents Learn Online Skills From Their Tech-Savvy Kids
Marriages Forged on the Internet May Last Longer
Mind Control Moves Model Helicopter in Study
Mondays Might Be Your Best Day to Quit Smoking
Monitoring Kids' Screen Time May Improve Their Behavior
More Evidence That Bullying Raises Kids' Suicide Risk
More Patients Are Checking Doctor-Rating Websites, Study Finds
New Registry Aims to Serve People With Down Syndrome
NIH Launches Online Resource for End-of-Life Issues
Online Self-Tests for Alzheimer's Don't Work: Experts
Parents Favor Email Medical Consults for Kids' Minor Illnesses: Survey
Patients May Have to Compete With Computers for Doctors' Attention
Sebelius Admits: Health Exchange Launch 'Rockier Than We Would Have Liked'
Sebelius on Health-Reform Law: 'Delay Is Not an Option'
Smart Technology May Help Kids With Autism Learn, Communicate
Smartphone App May Help People Overcome Alcoholism
Smartphone Apps for Diabetes: Do They Really Work?
Smartphone Use for Business at Night May Not Be So Smart
Social Media Helps Pin Down Source of Foodborne Strep Throat Outbreak
Social Networking Sites May Help Smokers Kick the Habit
Some Democrats Air Frustration With Obamacare Website
State-Run Health Exchanges Off to Smoother Start: Report
'Talking' Medical Devices, Apps Continue to Evolve
Think You Know What Your Child's Up to Online? Think Again
Too Much Online Health Info May Worsen Worriers' Anxiety
TV, Computer Time Tied to Heavier, Less Happy Kids: Study
Twitter Chat: How to Prepare for a Healthy School Year
Two Questions May Rule Out Strep Throat
Two Studies Highlight Benefits of Electronic Health Records
U.S. Hospitals Triple Use of Electronic Health Records: Report
U.S. Website for Health Exchanges Faced Intermittent Shutdowns for Repairs
Website All About Child Health -- in Spanish
Website Contractor to Lead HealthCare.gov Repair
When Buying Insurance on the Exchanges, It Helps to Have Help
White House Extends Insurance Enrollment Deadline by a Day
White House Extends Insurance Enrollment Deadline for Second Time
Yes, You Can Catch a Bad Mood on Facebook
Young Parents Don't Stress Over Kids' Media Use: Survey
Your Internet Medical Search Isn't Private, Study Finds