In a recent study, watermelon was shown to significantly lower blood pressure among obese individuals both at rest and those under stress.
Obese woman smoking cigarette may consume excess of calories as smoking interferes with ability to taste fats and sweets and are less likely to perceive these tastes.
A latest study uncovers the benefits of cardio fitness activities stating activities like running or swimming helps young adults preserve their memory and thinking skills in middle age.
Young adults plagued with insomnia have an eight-fold higher risk of stroke when compared to those without sleeping problems, according to a new Taiwan study.
A recent study examines how mass shooters may dress and act similarly.
A recent study examines how cardio can help to preserve cognitive abilities.
Information overload has become an everyday experience for anyone who works with computers, owns a smartphone or waits at a bus stop with minute-by-minute updates about arrival times.
Announced shortly after New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s call for greater access to naloxone, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a device called Evzio to inject the overdose antidote.
Known as one of the most ambitious space missions, the Cassini orbiter reached Saturn in 2004 and began orbiting the ringed planet and its many moons. After nearly ten years of exploring, Cassini discovered a sea under ice on the moon Enceladus.
You've probably seen your favorite football coach incessantly screaming on the sidelines for seemingly no apparent reason. His actions are most likely relative to his passion, but new research suggests that underlying psychological issues could play a role as well.
Ketamine, an illegal party drug, was tested in a trial of 28 people in order for researchers to observe its possible effects on depression. The results of the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust study were surprising, experts reported.
NYPD NaloxoneReports in recent weeks have documented the widespread heroin and opioid use in the New England area with numerous governors acknowledging the problem. Today, the New York Attorney General weighed in on the matter for his own state.