Perfection isn't everything. It can be quite taxing trying to do everything flawlessly all the time. And now, new findings published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Review reveal that those who are constantly putting the pressure on themselves are more likely to burn out and give up...
Previous studies have long boasted the benefits of fish oil. Yet new findings published in the Journal of Lipid Research bring their relevancy into question for health treatments. Are they really good for you?
Researchers have discovered a molecule present in basal-like breast cancer, or BLBC, tumors that allows them to be detected, and when its presence was reduced in cancer cell models the tumors' growth was slowed significantly.
Researchers at the University of Queensland have discovered that women who drink alcohol during the time of conception may increase the risk of type 2 diabetes and obesity for future offspring, particularly when they enter early middle age.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved an inflatable balloon device to help obese patients lose weight without surgery.
New findings published in the journal Perceptual and Motor Skills reveal that climbing a tree could be particularly good for your memory.
Want to lower your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms? Findings published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine show that a positive attitude could actually help out quite a bit.
Researchers at Lund University have found that obese teens generally have improved physical and mental health after undergoing gastric bypass surgery.
New findings published in BMC Medicine reveal that black men in England are more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer. The findings also revealed that they are more likely to die from the health issue as well.
A survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that anywhere from 8 to 19 percent of women have reported having frequent postpartum depressive symptoms, ranging from low or sad mood, loss of interest in fun activities, changes in eating, sleeping or overall energy, problems...
New findings published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology show that "hard" bi-weekly physical training may help some patients with arthritis lessen pain from inflammation, and even a small drop in body mass index (BMI).