Giving birth outside the hospital could be making a comeback in the coming years. The United States has seen the highest percentage of home births in 37 years.
A recent study looks at the how exposure to seminal plasma may begin the transmission of gonorrhea infections
Getting angry every once and a while is a normal part of releasing built up emotions. But getting overly upset often could put some at a higher risk for a heart attack, according to a recent study.
The USDA school meal standards has a impact on low income students as their consumption of fruits and vegetables increased, says a new finding discarding the criticism that new standards cause an increasing wastage of food.
It is known that texting while walking induces a safety risk, but distracted walking leads to more injuries per mile than distracted driving.
Scientists in South Africa have mapped the evolution of an antibody that kills different strains of the HIV virus, which might yield a vaccine for the incurable disease, the National Institute of Communicable Diseases said on Monday.
A recent study examines the potentials of an experimental stroke drug that could hold promise for individuals suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease.
A recent study shows just how women with breast cancer could benefit from the stress regulating treatments of yoga, according to researchers from the University of Texas.
After a night of heavy drinking, most people experience a hangover. This feeling of dehydration and discomfort impairs judgment as well as the ability to perform many actions, and can elicit a depressed mood. That should make you rethink drinking again, right?
About the size of a stapler, this new handheld device developed in Switzerland is able to test a large number of proteins in our body all at once-a subtle combination of optical science and engineering.
A recent survey conducted by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) shows that American children may not be getting enough rest, with results suggesting that electronic devices may be to blame.