New research shows that placing nutrition labels on the front of food packages could help to be more effective at enabling healthier food choices then where they are currently placed.
New findings published in the journal eLife show how babies experience pain in the same way that adults do. In fact, scientists found that babies' brains actually "lit up" in the same way that adults do when they are exposed to the same painful stimulants.
New findings published in a recent edition of JAMA show that there is not a common link between the MMR vaccine and autism, even when used among high-risk children.
Coffee may actually protect women against breast cancer. Scientists have found that coffee inhibits the growth of tumors and reduces the risk of recurrence in women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and treated with the drug tamoxifen.
In the hopes of enhancing work productivity, some adults are turning to ADHD medications as stimulants. But abusing this type of drug can be particularly dangerous, even when it may be to make successful strides in a competitive work environment.
Could online discussion forums be good for our overall health and wellness? New findings published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior suggest that there are benefits for both individuals and wider society to this type of social media than previously realized.
New findings published in the journal Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics show that a new form of technology can help to predict if and when breast cancer will appear.
Estimates show that more than 350 million people suffer from depression worldwide. Yet there is not simply a one size fits all treatment for the health problem. According to the World Health Organization, some may require medication, psychotherapy and/or both to stay healthy.
Coffee is frequently in the news for its potential health benefits. Yet could it also reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence? New findings published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research suggest that coffee helps to stop the growth of tumors and even reduces the risk of cancer recurrence in w...
A new study suggests that there is no link between the regular intake of yogurt and the improvement of physical and mental parameters.
It's a major problem that's quickly becoming global: fake medicines. The threat of poor quality drugs that are being distributed in place of real medication is on the rise, and may undermine decades of successful efforts to combat disease.
Could the consumption of soyfood reduce the recurrence of breast cancer in some women? New findings presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting 2015 suggest that eating soy foods or soy-based supplements could help, according to researchers at Georgetown Universit...