We all have our overly emotional days, but when is an emotional response considered unacceptable, or perhaps, a medical concern linked to depression, anxiety or other mental health issues?
New research suggests that drinking at least three cups of coffee a day can help reduce mortality risk, particularly from stroke and heart disease.
New findings published in JAMA Dermatology reveal that a medication typically used to treat rheumatoid arthritis may help restore skin pigmentation in patients with vitiligo.
Could there be any connection between delivery modes and autism risk?
How does marijuana impact your driving? That's a good question and now, researchers have taken a closer look.
It could be an end to animal testing. Scientists have created a human organs-on-chips that can determine how organs might react to certain drugs.
New findings published in the journal Molecular Psychiatry found that it could potentially help individuals with alcohol or cocaine addictions avoid relapse.
The point of a health bar is to replace a meal and/or boost energy levels before or after a workout. However, new findings published in the Journal of Marketing Research reveal that some nutrition supplements may actually make individuals want to eat more, increasing the risk of weight gain instead ...
Today, we learn an important lesson in fashion and exercise: Never squat in skinny jeans.
Scientists are still learning about Parkinson's Disease (PD), a neurodegenerative health issue that affects movement. However, researchers at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital believe that the health issue may start in the gut. The findings are published in the journal Annals of Neuro...
New findings published in the journal Neuroscience found that a diet high in fat and sugar may not only increase the risk of weight gain, as well as a long list of health complications like high blood pressure, heart disease and type 2 diabetes, but it can potentially disrupt cognitive functioning, ...
A cocktail of common chemicals may trigger cancer. Scientists have taken a look at 85 chemicals not considered carcinogenic to humans and found that 50 supported key cancer-related mechanisms at exposures found in the environment today.