Children who've survived childhood eye cancer have little risk of developing cognitive or social problems, according to recent findings published in the journal CANCER.
Recent findings published in the journal BMC Medicine show that regular yogurt consumption may be tied to a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Treating sleep apnea could also help treat depression according to recent findings published in the journal PLOS ONE.
It turns out that a higher surge of testosterone in athletes isn't tied to winning. In fact, researchers believe that it's more about competing than actual winning.
How much do babies remember? That's a good question. Parents who spend their time talking with and playing with their five-month-old babies may wonder whether they remember any of it the next day. It turns out that they do.
Did you know a bad marriage can hurt your heart? And no. We're not talking about heartbreak.
A new study shows that talk therapy helps decrease the risk of suicide by as much as 26 percent. Findings published in the journal Lancet Psychiatry show that suicide survivors who also underwent psychological counseling after attempting to end their life were much less likely to commit another suic...
Recent findings published in the journal Sleep Medicine show that mothers who work longer hours are more likely to have obese children. The study shows that their children are at an increased risk of sleep deprivation and an unhealthy diet that could increase the risk of obesity.
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Have you heard of Nestle's "Exercise In A Bottle?" Scientists at the Nestle Institute of Health Science with headquarters located in Geneva have worked on an enzyme that' could help to regulate and control metabolism. Findings published in the journal Chemistry & Biology show that when stimulating t...
Recent findings published in the journal AIDS show that drugs used to treat HIV-positive pregnant women can be particularly dangerous for infants.
Previous studies have shown that chronic stress can damage the brain. It can exacerbate pre-existing medical conditions, cause foggy-memory and even increase the risk of certain behavioral health issues. Now, recent findings published in the journal Rubin show that chronic stress can actually be lin...