Women who frequently stress out or cope poorly with problems may be at a greater risk of Alzheimer's disease later in life, according to recent findings published in the journal Neurology.
Living near a major transportation area can increase the risk of dying from sudden cardiac death, particularly in women.
Could a "vaginal orgasm" be a complete myth? Scientists seem to think this erogenous zone may be based on pure scientific fraud, according to findings published in the journal Clinical Anatomy.
Using stents can help to keep neck arteries open following invasive neck surgery over long periods of time. Though stenting was previously used as an alternative procedure in which a small mesh cylinder, or stent, was used to keep the artery open, recent findings published in the Lancet reveal that ...
Recent findings published in the journal Cancer reveal that, oftentimes, the health issue is usually detected at a very late stage.
New York City is known for its rats. They can be found in subways, skirting trash bags and skirting building corners. Now, though, scientists have taken a closer look at these rats and have identified bacterial pathogens that these rats may be carrying.
Scientists have found that mice fed a high-fat diet gained 18 percent less weight when they drank clarified, no-pulp grapefruit juice compared with a control group of mice that drank water.
When you think about athletes, you think that they're in good health. A new study, though, shows that their diet--and teeth--may be suffering.
The U.S. FDA panel has given a nod to Harvoni, the first combination pill to treat chronic hepatitis C virus.
Men and women have different cardiovascular and psychological reactions to mental stress, a new study states.
Biologists have discovered that crocodiles indulge in sophisticated hunting technique and they work as a team to hunt for a prey.