Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder and Humboldt State University discovered that senior citizens who run several times a week to keep up with their physical fitness routine can keep their fitness goals on track.
A stressful day at work or job alone is enough to really get to someone in general. Yet now, recent findings published in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior show that men and women's mental health are likely to be affected very differently when it comes to stress. Researchers at the Universi...
There's no doubt that saturated fat can increase the risk of weight gain. But did you know that it can also be bad for your memory?
Could coffee help ease the symptoms of cocaine addiction? Recent findings published in the Journal of Caffeine Research: The International Multidisciplinary Journal of Caffeine Science show that this stimulant could bring hope. In fact, some experts even believe that cocaine's ability to disrupt a w...
Could a 3-D model of the heart be the guide to treating dangerous heart disorders? Research presented by the American Heart Association have found that this may provide a more efficient way for planning to treat certain heart abnormalities than taking invasive X-rays, ultrasounds or MRIs.
When you're sleep deprived, you don't necessarily think fast on your feet. Now, though, scientists have found that by selectively increasing levels of a signaling molecule in brain cells, they can prevent mice from having memory deficits due to sleep loss.
A hand dryer may be cost effective and save some trash, but it could be a lot worse when it comes to spreading germs. Scientists have taken a closer look at hand dryers in bathrooms and have found that when it comes to drying your hands, you may want to stick with paper towels.
What do humans and mice have in common? According to a new study, they have quite a few striking similarities.
Texting might seem harmless, but did you know it may be adding extensive pressure to your neck over time? In fact, recent findings published in the journal Surgical Technology International show that it could be adding as much as 60 pounds to your head, neck and shoulder-area.
Findings presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions' 2014 show that young women who dealing with heart issues are more likely to be affected by emotional stress than young men. However, researchers noted that stress was likely to affect older individuals equally.
The last concern on children's minds is eating healthy. Yet adding a little fun and games to the equation can make a dramatic difference when it comes to eating right.