Humans may be aging far more slowly than we think.
If you're happy and you know it ... sweat?
New findings published in the journal Metabolism show how a new blood test could help to accurately predict future breast cancer in patients.
People manage to move around one another with few "accidents." But how do we manage to avoid bumping into one another?
It makes sense that children with attention deficit disorder (ADHD) would be more likely to fidget, but could this behavior also be particularly beneficial for them?
Researchers at Saint Louis University (SLU) are helping low-income mothers who are struggling with postpartum depression look at alternative treatment methods.
A recent study conducted by researchers at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine predicted that cirrhosis patients would suffer inflammations and need hospitalization after analyzing saliva via a new target for research in a disease that is responsible for roughly 30,000 deaths a y...
New findings published in the journal Child Abuse & Neglect show that adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may have also been physically or sexually abused during the teenage years.
Women may be subconsciously comparing their bodies to others when browsing Facebook or looking at models in magazines. A new study published in the journal Psychology of Women Quarterly. reviews how young women oftentimes devote an inordinate amount of time to viewing television, music videos and ot...
Rabies is responsible for an alarming number of deaths every year, according to a recent report from the Global Alliance for Rabies Control (GARC). In fact, researchers estimate that as many as 60,000 people die from it each year.
The 2014 National Youth Tobacco Survey was given to 22,000 students, showing that e-cigarette use among high school students has severely increased from 4.5 percent in 2013 to 13.4 percent in 2014. The rate more than tripled from 1.1 percent to 3.9 percent for middle school-aged kids over the same p...
Statistics show that about 22 percent of men will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime. Yet new findings published in the Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and Practice show that a regular walking regimen can help to significantly improve survival outcomes.