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Previous studies have shown that energy drinks can be particularly dangerous for your cardiovascular health. Yet a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE shows that they may also increase the risk of serious damage to the brain.
New findings published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology suggest that drinking high nitrate beetroot juice improves decision-making and sprint performance during exercise.
New findings published in the journal MedLink Neurology reveal that using birth control pills may increase stroke risk in women, particularly among those who are already at a higher risk of stroke.
Drinking caffeine can disrupt your sleep. But did you know that drinking caffeine in the evening also delays the internal circadian clock that tells us when to get ready for sleep and when to prepare to wake up?
Exercise should be an essential part of your daily routine. Not only does it cut down on the risk of the risk for health issues, but it also improves mood. During workouts, the body releases chemicals known as endorphins that interact with the brain, improving mood.
Parents may be critical in their child's recovery from bulimia. New findings published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. reveal that family based therapy was clinically superior to cognitive based or individual therapy with 49 percent of teens receiving famil...
A study published in the Journal of Rural Health examines how teens in rural areas are abusing painkillers.
What type of athletic training you receive may affect how your brain communicates with your muscles.
Scientists have identified a novel mechanism of how neural stem cells stay relatively free of aging-inducted damage, which could help with research concerning Alzheimer's Disease and other cognitive conditions.
Air pollution can cause all sorts of problems for health. Now, though, scientists have studied the risk of acute leukemia in children living close to heavily used roads