Vaccination against HPV does not increase the risk of sexual behavior among girls, according to recent findings conducted by researchers at McGill University in Montreal.
Could smoking hurt your ability to cut alcohol once and for all? Researchers at the University of Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) have found that a small number of clients who smoke have shorter stays in alcohol treatment programs than non-smokers, along with poorer treatment outcomes...
A norovirus outbreak hit a cruise ship near Australia, leaving 200 passengers sick and confined to their cabins, according to health officials.
Researchers have identified a new tool that can help spot genetic links to pancreatic cancer in mice. The new technique works by introducing sections of DNA known as piggBac transposons into the mouse genome. These DNA sections jump around within the genome and reinsert themselves at random, which...
This past year, "Aroma R-evolution" kit came out with four forks and 21 vials of full aromas including oil, smoke and mint that can be enhanced by dropping a scented liquid on a fork.
Researchers at the University of Leicester have made a new discovery when it comes to halting the aging process in certain medical conditions. The findings are published in the journal Cell Death and Disease.
Physical activity can increase oxidative stress levels. That's when vitamin C should come in to work as a bit of a helpful ally. It's involvement in the metabolism of histamine, prostaglandins, and cysteinyl leukotrienes, can help cure forms of exercise-induced bronchoconstriction.
There may be a cure for malaria in the future. Scientists have discovered that a promising anti-malarial compound tricks the immune system to rapidly destroy red blood cells infected with the malaria parasite, but leaves healthy cells unharmed.
Scientists have examined the relationship between body weight and life expectancy, and have found that overweight and obese individuals have the potential to decrease their life expectancy by up to eight years.
Could the key to happiness be going to bed earlier? Psychologists at Binghamton University in New York think so.
The CDC has warned of the possibility of a severe flu season due to circulation of the H3N2 strain of influenza A, which has been associated with worse health issues in the past. Unfortunately, only about half of the flu samples provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have b...