Nearly 35 percent of Mexican young adults may have a genetic predisposition for obesity, according to a news release.
Vitamin C kills drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) bacteria in laboratory culture, according to researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
A new study says that injections with a form of sugar called dextrose offer significant relief from chronic pain as compared to exercise. The injection also improves knee-related quality of life among those suffering from knee osteoarthritis.
A new study appearing in the journal Arthritis Care & Research reports that white men and women of European descent are prone to inherit common foot disorders like bunions, hammer or claw toe, or lesser toe deformities.
Scientists have discovered that rapid climate change that occurred almost 80,000 years ago sparked surges in cultural innovation that possibly helped propel early modern humans into a more advanced society.
The deadly Irish Potato Famine spread across Ireland during the 1800s. Now, researchers have discovered the pathogen responsible for the famine, revealing a little bit more about Europe's grisly past.
Things are about to get a bit hotter in Manhattan--and it's likely to take a toll. Researchers have discovered that rising temperatures associated with climate change will increase the death toll by as much as 20 percent in the summer by the 2020s.
New research has linked ADHD in childhood with the likelihood of obesity in adulthood. Men who suffered with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder as children were twice as likely to become obese as an adult, according to a study published in the journal Pediatrics.
German scientists have developed a new kind of sausage: One that is enriched with omega-3 fatty acids, which was made possible by a specifically developed and patented technology. The invention is a reaction to the problem that Germans do not eat enough fish, despite being aware of the fact that ome...
Scientists may have stumbled onto a secret that could make working out a lot less of a mess.
Bats aren't the only ones that can use echolocation. Scientists have discovered that blind and visually impaired people may also have the potential to use the same ability.