Could aluminum impact a man's fertility? That may be the case. Scientists have found that human exposure to aluminum may be a significant factor in falling sperm counts and reduced male fertility.
With today's technological advances, new devices prove to be both a blessing and a curse. Recent findings presented at the 118th annual meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology revealed that iPads could actually serve as an effective tool in testing for glaucoma-the second leading cause of b...
In spite of the hustle and bustle of school or the work environment, scientists reiterate the importance of taking time to relax and reflect for full mental capacity.
Statistics show that approximately 14.8 million American adults suffer from a major depressive disorder.
Young men who frequently binge drink are at a high risk of developing hypertension, according to recent findings presented at the ASN Kidney Week 2014 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
Is it possible to walk after dealing with a spinal injury? Scientists say yes, following a groundbreaking cell transplant surgery that helped Darek Fidyka, 40, regain this ability.
Doctor's appointments, insurance and the likes can all get quite costly overtime. In today's society, many of us are reluctant to go to the doctor for that very reason-and this includes regular checkups.
Latina women may be at a lower risk of breast cancer, according to recent findings published in the journal Nature Communications.
Scientists have made a breakthrough when it comes to hearing restoration. They've managed to restore the hearing of mice partially deafened by noise, using tools to boost the production of a key protein in their ears.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the antibiotic content in farm-raised fish.
Should your child drink cow's milk, or a milk substitute for better health? In this case, you may want to go with cow's milk.
Scientists have made a major breakthrough when it comes to studying diseases of the intestine. They've managed to transplant "organoids" of functioning human intestinal tissue grow from pluripotent stem cells into mice.