Recent findings published in the journal AIDS show that drugs used to treat HIV-positive pregnant women can be particularly dangerous for infants.
Previous studies have shown that chronic stress can damage the brain. It can exacerbate pre-existing medical conditions, cause foggy-memory and even increase the risk of certain behavioral health issues. Now, recent findings published in the journal Rubin show that chronic stress can actually be lin...
Saying no is harder than you think, especially when it comes to the dating world. Recent findings published in the journal Psychological Science have shown that when an individual is actually faced with a potential date face to face, he or she may have trouble turning it down.
Could sunscreen use be linked to infertility? Recent findings published in the American Journal of Epidemiology reveal that certain chemicals found in these products could result in a 30 percent fertility reduction.
Many patients do not take the prescription medications as prescribed.
It's hard to stay on top of your normal exercise routine. But could it be as simple as listening to something lighter?
Scientists may have tracked down the section of the brain responsible for imagination. They've charted the electrical activity in the brains of people who alternately imagined scenes or watched videos.
Aging can be a difficult time, particularly during the senior years. However, recent findings published in the journal Health Affairs show that it's particularly difficult for seniors in America. A survey showed that they have more chronic health problems and take more medications than those in 10 o...
Violence against women continues to be a serious issue in the United States and other parts of the world. However, just how well do certain programs and counseling treatments offered to those affected by violence help survivors? Recent findings published in The Lancet take an in-depth look at the ac...
Many people might like to indulge in a drink once in a while. Yet recent findings published in the CDC's Preventing Chronic Disease show that those who drink excessively or binge drink alcohol are unlikely to binge drink or become alcoholics.
A recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that Africa could indeed be polio free. Researchers found that with the help of vaccination efforts in Nigeria, health officials have found that there have been no confirmed cases of polio in Africa since August.