A healthy body and good exercise regimen can help you become resistant to other health issues, according to findings published in the 25th edition of Cell. The findings revealed that having strong, tight muscles helped individuals become more resistant to tress and filter a depression-causing toxin ...
A supercomputer in Boston can accurately predict the death of a patient with a 96 percent accuracy rate.
It turns out that there is, in fact, a link between air pollution and the risk of death. Scientists have found that increased air pollution increases a person's risk of dying from heart disease.
New findings published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology reveal that exposure to certain substances commonly found in food packaging can increase the risk of miscarriage.
Children exposed to insecticides may be at an increased risk of developing leukemia, according to recent findings published in the journal Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics. . "Although pesticides are necessary for the elimination of insects and other pests, the toxic chemicals u...
New findings published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation reveal a mechanism by which valproic acid controls epileptic seizures. By this, researchers have further identified the underlying factors of just what causes the health issues.
New findings published in the journal Infection and Immunity show that periodontitis or gum disease, increases the risk of heart problems.
A new study has confirmed that regular smokers have a significantly increased risk of tooth loss.
Marijuana may raise people's risk of developing prediabetes, a condition in which blood sugar levels are abnormally high but not high enough to warrant a diagnosis with type 2 diabetes, a new study finds.
New research out of BYU shows a potential new method to attacking the deadly bacteria known as MRSA (MER-suh).
Scientists have found that your nervous system may be subconsciously working against you by causing you to change the way you move to expend the least amount of energy as possible.
Lunch time is an important period to relax and take in some nutritious food. Yet recent findings published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics reveal that eating shorter lunch periods can impact whether students make healthier choices.