New findings published in Osteoporosis International reveal a link between heart disease and osteoporosis.
Researchers at the University of Florida have found that muscadeine grape seed oil may provide a clue into reducing obesity.
Feeling impulsive or down-right frustrated? Go ahead and take a nap.
New findings published in the journal Injury Prevention reveal that menopausal women prescribed certain types of antidepressants could be at a higher than normal risk for bone fractures. The class of antidepressants involved include certain selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI), such as Cel...
Estimates show that close to 44 million people are living with Alzheimer's or a related form of dementia, according to the Alzheimer's Disease International. The neurodegenerative illness typically affects 1-in-9 Americans over 65. But could certain signs of the disease present themselves even decad...
Could marriage make you fat? That may just be the case, according to a new study.
New findings published in the British Journal of Psychology reveal that friendship is very important for children, particularly those coming from a low-income background. The study results showed that relationships like these can make many of them more resilient.
Researchers at the University of New York discovered a gene in poppy species that could help them soon grow opiate-based drugs in a lab. The gene, called STORR, is believed to have evolved when encoding oxidase and reductase enzymes merged millions of years ago and leading to morphine production.
New findings published in the most recent issue of BMJ reveal that women who had one stillbirth could be up to four times more likely to experience the same problem with another pregnancy.
UC San Francisco announced on Thursday that they would begin an ambitious study on LGBT health by collecting data from iPhone and Internet users to build a database on issues that uniquely affect the community, including physical, mental and social topics.
Female athletes are significantly more likely to suffer from overuse injuries when compared to their male counterparts, a recent study suggests.