As the United States continues to make strides towards healthier dietary choices, recent findings show that overall, food quality remains poor, with huge disparities among socioeconomic and racial/ethnic groups.
A recent study suggests that family dinners could be good for many teens' mental health.
Within minutes following birth, every child in the United States undergoes a series of tests designed to look for certain conditions, including sickle cell disease--a health issue that affects thousand of children around the world.
Scientists have found that if current trends continue, food production alone will reach, if not exceed, global targets for total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2050.
A new study states that consumption of energy drinks might be bad for the heart, especially for the elderly.
A team of researchers has found that young obese people face a 6-fold increased risk of hypertension, a common but dangerous condition.
A new research has revealed that the presence of invisible blood in urine might be an early warning for bladder cancer.
Wine offers protection against heart disease in physically active people, a new study reveals.
It is now official that drinking tea dramatically lowers non-cardiovascular mortality by 24 percent.
A new study suggests that offices should invest in plants to boost staff productivity and make the workplace healthier and happier.
Dealing with pain or depression following a surgical procedure can be difficult. Now, researchers at the Department of Anesthesiology at Kingston General Hospital in Canada have found that certain antidepressants can provide relief for some patients.