Researchers at the University of Southamptom have discovered a breakthrough in optical fiber communications.
Statistics show that around 15 percent of women in the United States suffer from anxiety disorders and depression during pregnancy. During this time, they may be prescribed antidepressants to help out. However, very little is known about the exposure to these medications and how it might affect futu...
Health officials are warning consumers not to eat caramel apples. These dessert treats have now been liked to a multi-state listeria outbreak.
Does your family think you should lose weight? Chances are, this kind of attitude could cause you to gain a pound or two, instead.
The holidays are a great time to relax and have fun with family. However, they can also be tremendously stressful. Buying gifts, making food and socializing can be very exhausting. Now, researchers are linking Christmas and New Years to an increased risk of heart attack.
Nicolette Hahn Niman, the author of "Defending Beef: The Case for Sustainable Meat Production," may be a vegetarian, but she sees nothing wrong with eating meat, either-if the livestock is raised in the right way.
Most people know that blueberries are good for you; they possess antioxidants that can help your body. Yet did you know that eating wild blueberries, known as bilberries, can diminish the adverse effects of a high-fat diet?
Want to prevent infection? Then try to give more hugs. Scientists have found that hugs can protect stressed people from getting sick, providing them with more social support that protect them against infection.
A Colorado man made history this summer. Les Baugh, who lost both of his arms in an electrical accident 40 years ago, was fitted with prosthetic limbs that he can operate by thought alone.
Statistics show that close to 6 percent of people worldwide suffer from an internet addiction--what's otherwise characterized as an inability to stop using the computer.
New findings published in the journal Neurology suggest that migraines may be linked to Bell's Palsy.