Have scientists discovered the Fountain of Youth? Well not quite yet. However, they're working on delaying the process of aging by reversing the regulation of two genes involved in the production of glycine, the smallest amino acid that is partly to blame for wrinkles and other unwanted traits.
Previous studies have shown that looking or posting excessively to Facebook can spur depression and anxiety in some individuals. Other forms of social media have also been known to cause a pinch of low self-esteem in individuals who may worry their life doesn't quite incorporate enough selfies and v...
Pizza Hut and Taco Bell have jumped on the new health craze that many other fast food joints are all about: they're going "natural."
Elderly patients who are also dealing with cognitive issues may be at an increased risk of heart failure, according to recent findings presented at Heart Failure 2015.
Could some dating apps be to blame for a recent surge of STDs in Rhode Island?
New findings published in the journal Gut look at how being overweight can double a teen's risk of developing bowl cancer by the time he or she has hit middle age.
A rare, genetic mutation can keep you from feeling pain. Scientists have found that this mutation, though, can have some serious consequences.
Scientists may have found a way to reverse aging--at least in human cell lines. They've discovered a new method to reverse aging, and have even found the genes partly responsible for some of the characteristics of aging.
Determining whether or not a child is malnourished is crucial to getting them help. Now, researchers have discovered that measuring a child's upper arm circumference is a much better method than using current weight-based guidelines to determine malnourishment.
New findings published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) reveal that frailer, older patients are typically at a higher risk of readmission to the hospital or death within just 30 days after discharge from general internal medicine ward.
New findings published in the journal Neuron reveal that an appetite suppressant could also help to control certain anxiety disorders.