Men with low testosterone may often experience low sex drive and depleted muscle mass. Yet recent findings published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism show us that diabetic men with low testosterone are also at a higher risk for certain heart problems.
Scientists may have discovered a cure for "love handles." You heard right!
New findings published in JAMA Dermatology suggest that those suffering from psoriasis could be at an increased risk of high blood pressure, as well.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just approved an antiviral drug in patients who have Ebola. The North Carolina drug maker, Chimerix, received clearance Thursday on how to proceed with a trial examining the safety and effectiveness of brincidofovir tablets in patients with the virus.
Being "on the move" and busy can help many individuals stay fit. Walking, biking and jogging are all easy ways to get to your destination while simultaneously getting in some much needed exercise. However, those who are constantly traveling--via airplanes or trains--are not going to be experiencing ...
Trimming your fingernails or toneails too often can also damage physical health, according to recent findings published in the journal Physical Biology. Researchers at the University of Nottingham university found that daily nail trimmings could actually lead to nail problems.
Scientists have made an astonishing breakthrough that could help with new drugs in the future and tackling infection. They have discovered how to use computer simulations to show how bacteria are able to destroy antibiotics--focusing on the role of enzymes and how they can make the bacteria resistan...
Though most of us assume we can see the miraculous detail of the world around us, our eyes and brain are actually deceiving us. According to recent findings published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, researchers have found that the brain works to fool the human body into believing that we ...
Telling teens just how much it would take to walk or run a soda off might be a good way to keep them from drinking this sugar-filled beverage. Recent findings published in the American Journal of Public Health touch on taking such instances into account.
Seniors who are satisfied with aging are in fact more proactive in seeking preventive health care services, according to a new study.
Red wine, promoted for years for its health benefits, is known to increase the spinal bone density in men with metabolic syndrome.