The study conducted at Michigan State University claims that, workers who used their smart phones after 9 in the night for business purpose felt more tires and worked less the following day at job.
A latest report highlighting the association between marriage and bone health suggests that men who are married at the age of 25 years or older have better bone health.
The use of oxytocin by off label users results in oversensitivity to emotions, according to a new Concordia study.
The study conducted by researchers at the University of Queensland claims that texting on cell phones while walking not only changes the posture but also affects the balance of the person.
A recent study shows how an anti-malaria drug combination could be helpful in preventing pregnancy complications in women with lupus and the related disorder antiphosphollpid syndrome.
For many adults, they look back on their childhood homes as a time of learning, growth and transition. However, for those living in dangerous neighborhoods, it can be remembered as a time of fear, depression and sadness.
Want a cost-effective way to shed some pounds? Try just lowering your heat. A new study suggests that colder temperatures at home help people burn more calories in order to protect their health.
An everyday shopping cart at the grocery store might seem an unlikely vehicle for danger, but recent statistics estimate that 66 children in the United States alone are hurt from one every day.
A recent study shows how Canadian schools with explicit anti-homophobia interventions have had success at reducing suicidal attempts and thoughts among both sexual minority and straight students.
For those suffering from celiac disease, an immune disease in which the body cannot process protein gluten, many foods are simply off-limits-and that includes most, if not all, grains. However, according to a recent study, Quinoa, a tasty grain native to South America that's been described as a "sup...
Previous research has shown just how the effects of depression can affect the body. It can exacerbate other preexisting health conditions and even cause new ones, altogether. However, a recent study shows that African-American adults, particularly women, suffering from higher levels of depression ma...
A recent study suggests that those who take fever-reducing medications may actually be at a higher risk for contracting influenza. Background information from the study notes that taking pills to even control flu-induced fevers may release more of the flu virus in the environment and potentially inc...