There's no doubt that stress influences a number of factors in our everyday life.
New findings published in the journal Stroke found that fragmented sleep-otherwise known in which an individual is repeatedly awakened-can deprive the brain of oxygen, increase the risk of stroke.
Children in deep poverty with family income below 50 percent of the federal poverty line have worse health and development markers when compared to those in families with higher income.
Nitrates and leafy green vegetables can help in lowering glaucoma risk, according to a recent study.
Researchers have created a new particle that can track chemotherapy drugs, which allows doctors to tell how fast and how effective a treatment can locate and kill cancer
Science World Report spoke with Yvonne Butler Toba, MD, an OB-GYN at the Mayo Clinic about the benefits of folic acid.
Older adults can maintain brain health by challenging themselves mentally on a daily basis, according to researchers from the University of Texas.
More women are having children later in life and as teen pregnancy rates continue to drop, the average age of a first-time mom in the United States has hit 26; it was 25 just 15 years ago.
Why are some nations happier than others? It could all be in the genes. Scientists have found that genetic factors should be taken into account when judging national differences in happiness.
New research suggests that labeling the ill effects associated with drinking too many sugary beverages could deter some parents from purchasing products for their children.
Scientists created a polymer sphere that delivers a molecule to bone wounds and the molecule instructs the injury's existing cells to repair itself.