A proper night's rest has been linked to essential health and well-being in both men and women. Yet recent findings published in the journal Alzheimer's & Dementia reveal that for older men in particular, inadequate rest can increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease--the most common form of dementia.
Findings published in the journal JAMA Dermatology show that taking selfies can help some individuals overcome skin problems.
Texting may actually help combat Malaria, according to recent findings published in the journal PLOS ONE. Researchers found that a mosquito-borne illnesses that's caused by a parasite and has killed more than 600,000 people, 91 percent in Africa, could be reduced by texting reminders regarding medic...
Today, October 28th, marks the 100th birth anniversary of Dr. Jonas Salk--an incredible scientist who developed the first Polio vaccine. Google Doodle honors the day, showing children holding up a board that says ‘Thank you, Dr. Salk.'
When it comes to lowering your risk for ovarian cancer, you may want to include citrus fruits and juices in your diet.
Research shows that proper nutrition is essential when it comes to leading a healthy life. Now, findings published in the journal Nutrition examine how herbs and spices can elevate the chances of healthy dietary choices.
Numerous studies have shown just how alcohol can affect the development of a fetus.
A nationwide recall on baby-wipes has been made by Nutek Disposables, warning consumers that certain packages may contain bacteria.
While the Ebola virus epidemic continues to remain on the radar, scientists are examining how it might spread in the coming weeks and months.
Scientists are taking a closer look at the evolutionary origins of Ebola. Now, they've found that filoviruses, a family to which Ebola belongs, are at least 16 to 23 million years old, which shows that this virus has been around a lot longer than expected.
Recent findings published in the journal Nature Genetics suggest a link between the vaccination for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and febrile seizures among a small number of children or about one in every 1,000 children who are given MMR vaccinations.