Could antibiotic resistance be responsible for 10 million deaths by 2050? New research examines the ongoing medical issue.
E-cigarettes may provide a healthy alternative to smoking, yet recent findings published in the journal Pediatrics reveal that teenagers in the United States may be using them more frequently.
Patients dealing with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that affects roughly 1 percent of the U.S. population, are unable to handle gluten. Their immune response results in added inflammation and tissue damage in the small intestine. Now, recent findings published in the journal Proteome Resear...
Despite previous warnings, many still look to indoor tanning for a bronzed look. Yet skin cancer and even eye issues can result from too much time in the sun or excessive indoor tanning. Now, recent findings published in the JAMA International examine how indoor tanning can lead to more immediate pr...
A new study published in the journal Stroke investigates possible signs of dementia. Researchers found that when people with a high level of education complain about memory loss, it may be time to check in with the doctor.
Recent findings provided by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health has found that pregnancy among adolescence is at a record low. More specifically, the report only found about 12 in 1000 mothers 15 and younger.
Could laughing gas help to lower your depression? Otherwise known as ketamine, researchers at Washington University in St Louis, Mo., found that this mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen helped ease the pain and anxiety oftentimes associated with certain behavioral disorders.
Oftentimes, what we eat can have a direct effect on our health, along with any pre-existing medical conditions. Now, recent findings reveal that a low-fat diet can help reduce the risk of early death in close to two-thirds of breast cancer patients.
Ever notice how there is hardly ever an up-to-date magazine at your doctor's office? Now, recent findings published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) show that this is probably because staff or patients are toting them off.
Could too much salt be causing your headache? Researchers at Mary University, London and World Action on Salt and Health (WASH) have found that cutting salt from your diet could help to lower blood and pulse pressure that's oftentimes related to headaches.
Obese children may "think" a bit differently than normal weight counterparts when it comes to taste, according to recent findings published in the International Journal of Obesity.
Researchers at the USC Davis School of Gerontology have found that a protein could help determine how much fat accumulates in the body. Findings showed that what's known as the Maf1 protein in humans could be modified to help control the levels of fat storage in overweight and obese individuals.