A recent study looked at how survivors of smoking-related cancers may struggle with kicking the habit. Findings published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention found that nearly one in 10 long-term patients will return to smoking following treatments.
A novel treatment has offered hope to those suffering from a rare disabling movement disorder called Mal de Debarquement syndrome.
People, who suffer from depression and mild cognitive impairment after the age of 65, are more likely to have biological and brain imaging markers reflecting a greater vulnerability for accelerated brain aging, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine reveal.
Higher intake of caffeine in women is linked to lower rates of tinnitus - the buzzing or ringing sound in the ear that people experience in the absence of any sound from an outside source.
Young adolescents can ward off depression by staying physically fit, especially the middle-school girls, a new study reveals.
A new study reveals a strong association between newsroom journalists and increased risk of developing PTSD and depression.
A routine exercise plan works to boost energy and control weight fluctuations, but it can also help reduce the risk of depression, according to a recent findings presented at the American Psychological Association's 122nd Annual Convention in Washington, D.C.
Researchers are still working to determine all the ways in which the Ebola virus can spread. Just within the last week, 158 deaths were reported within West Africa.
Health science can now explain why older individuals are early risers.
Did you know that there is a part of the brain that stays relatively young despite age?
New safety information from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) touch on the dangers of tattoo parlors. Resarch shows that even in the cleanest environments, bacterial infection can spread.
Do you get enough vitamin D? You may want to be certain if you're older. Scientists have found that older people who don't get enough of this vitamin may have double the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease.