Researchers have found that black carbon, one of the major climate pollutants, ups the risk of cardiovascular disease among women.
Researchers noticed that people with cognitive impairment are at a higher risk of having a stroke as compared to those with normal cognitive functions.
Recent findings have revealed that taking a daily amount of aspirin could help prevent venous thromboembolism (VTE) in some individuals--a condition in which blood clots break off and travel to the lungs, blocking the arteries.
Of course we know that exercise is essential for our physical well-being. But did you know cardiovascular exercise can also keep the brain sharp as we age?
Want to eat less? Have some fiber. Scientists have found that a fiber-based dietary ingredient makes people feel less hungry and consume less food, which could be a way to help combat obesity in the future.
A new study throws light on a kind of sleep disorder called sleep drunkenness that affects 1 in every 7 people.
Could stereotypes influence obesity? Scientists have found that both racial and ethnic stereotypes may just contribute to obesity among minorities.
Scientists may have just uncovered the region of the brain responsible for exercise motivation. The findings could give researchers a way to potentially create improved treatments for depression.
Children are able to simply pick up new skills and information by watching those around them. Yet researchers have taken things a step further by examining how children as young as 2 process certain information.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has come out with a set of new dental recommendations.
Researchers have discovered how an interplay between nutrition and metabolism could help to slow down the aging process.