Regular intake of a small portion of dairy products can slash the risk of heart diseases or stroke, a study states.
A study reveals that an average U.S. adult's belly has expanded by more than an inch in the recent decade.
Keeping your personal life separate from the work place can be difficult sometimes. Now, new findings published in the journal Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology show that these two aspects are inevitably linked to mental health.
The Parsemus Foundation, a not- for profit organization focused on developing low-cost medical approaches, has developed a male birth control injection known as Vasalgel, that's been found effective in a baboon study.
Recent findings published in the journal Brain and Cognition pinpoint just how fear arises in the brain.
Though urinary incontinence remains a common issue, particularly among older men and women, tackling the problem can be difficult. Statistics show that sometimes, getting it under control may require surgery. However, the latest guidelines drafted by the American College of Physicians (ACP), show th...
Brain scans may now be able to help predict how early children can start learning to read. Recent findings published in the journal Psychological Science show that it may be possible to diagnose certain reading difficulties early, such as dyslexia.
Violent relationships in the United States are improperly addressed, according to recent findings published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. Recent findings show that as many as one in five American men admit to assaulting their spouse or significant other.
Statistics show that childhood mortality rates are falling. A new report compiled by the United Nations (UN) shows that some of its agencies, such as Unicef, and the World Bank, report an almost 50 percent reduction rate since 1990. However, despite improvements, the report also notes that these rat...
Health officials have made continuous strides over the years to curb world hunger. However, the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has found that despite enormous growth at improving this issue, one in nine people throughout the world still remain undernourished.
Children who suffer from dyslexia and other reading difficulties are sometimes hard to identify. Now, though, researchers may have found a way to predict reading difficulties earlier, which could, in turn, lead to earlier interventions.