There may be some new foods you want to avoid if you're concerned about your heart health. Scientists have found that phosphate rich foods that include processed cheese, Parmesan, cola, baking powder and other processed foods may cause high blood pressure and heart disease.
A new study suggests that pregnant women should consider switching off television during mealtimes in order to prevent childhood obesity.
A study associates weekly consumption of sports drinks and energy among adolescents to unhealthy negative behaviour.
Sixdog Investment voluntarily recalled some cases of their certified organic eggs due to the possible Salmonella contamination.
Summer is right around the corner and many of us are excited to catch some rays to get our color. But skin cancer is prevalent in the United States, with projections reaching 10,000 deaths in 2014. Here’s how to take proper precautions in the sun.
Eczema, an inherited and chronic skin condition, is associated with a reduced risk of skin cancer.
Statistics show that the rate of children suffering from type 1 and 2 diabetes has dramatically increased in the last eight years.
A recent study shows that the infusion of young blood into mice can help rejuvenate brain tissue, according to a recent study conducted by the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Cancer can be particularly excruciating when it spreads to the bone. Yet a new phase III clinical trial shows that a focused ultrasound with non-invasive magnetic resonance could provide some relief.
The Colorado School of Public Health conducted a study that analyzed data from health plans in various states and found that both type 1 and type 2 diabetes became more common among the youth.
On Friday the Florida State Senate passed a bill that will legalize the use of low-THC marijuana to treat patients with epilepsy and cancer. Governor Rick Scott is expected to sign the bill into law soon.
Since 1994, parents have been urged to place their babies to sleep on their backs in order to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Yet it turns out that not all caregivers have been warned.