A recent study states that tonsils removal is strongly correlated with weight gain in children and this is not linked to weight gain.
Weight loss surgery can have dramatic results. Not only can it cause significant weight loss, but it can also greatly decrease the risk of weight-related health issues. Yet a recent study conducted by researchers from the Leicester Royal Infirmary in the United Kingdom shows that it may also change...
For those worried about what's going on with their health, a recent study shows that Monday and Tuesday are the most common days in which people search for related issues online.
A recent study shows that not only will regular exercise extend life expectancy, but it's also likely to reverse signs of the aging process commonly seen in your skin.
The two previously documented mumps outbreaks were at Fordham University in the Bronx and Ohio State University (which has spread into nearby Ohio counties). The latest comes from the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey.
Scientists have replicated a stem cell experiment, advancing scientific research. The experiment resulted in the creation of human embryos that were clones of two men, one 35 years of age and the other 75 years of age.
Many adults who were bullied as children may suffer from the harsh aftermath for the rest of their lives. A recent study conducted by researchers from the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College London shows that many of these children consequently deal with issues regarding school performance, ph...
For many men, chronic inflammation can nearly double their risk for prostate cancer compared to those with little to no inflammation.
The Ohio State Department of Health reported a record number of heroin and opioid drug overdoses in 2012. Ohio is one of many states to report a growing epidemic of this type of drug use, which has spread throughout the entire United States.
A new brain-related discovery could potentially revolutionize the way doctor's treat attention-deficit disorders.
A recent study lead by Northwestern Medicine scientists has shown potential leads on new treatments for scleroderma, a chronic, connective tissue disease with symptoms that can range from mild to life threatening.