Technological developments have given humans numerous avenues to achieve almost anything imaginable. So why haven't more people utilized nutrition software to help maintain their physical health?
Sleep is an essential part of our overall health and well-being, and especially for children who may need a bit more shut eye than adults, getting a good night's rest can be critical to their school performance. Yet a recent study shows that obese adolescents who may not be getting enough rest could...
A recent study lead by researcher Charolette Kuperwasser looked to determine some of the common forms of breast cancer and how they originate. The findings showed that breast cancer cells often original from luminal cells where rarer forms of breast cancer can also form via basal cells.
You would think that new, creative ways to convince people to give up smoking cigarettes would be praised. However, electronic cigarette use has been viewed as an "aggravating" habit rather than a beneficial one.
A recent study shows what may be a major risk factor for those suffering from diabetes.
A recent study shows that frequent Facebook use among young women may increase the risk of eating disorders.
A baby that was treated for HIV within a few hours of birth is now free of the virus nearly a year later, according to health officials. The approach used to help the child mirrored that taken for a Mississippi baby who has been taken off a 21-month treatment with no detectable signs of the virus a...
A study claims that inadequate sleep in obese adolescents determines the risk of chronic diseases.
Restless leg syndrome, a sleep disorder, could be a sign of a potentially bigger underlying health issue.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released reports on the leading causes for death and found that Alzheimer's killed 84,000 people in 2011, ranking it sixth.
It might seem strange, but a recent study suggests that an ingredient found in beer could potentially help prevent cavities and gum disease.