Eating out can certainly be fun and entertaining, but a recent study shows that food poisoning may be twice as likely to occur in restaurant food than home-cooked meals.
Gilead Sciences’ new hepatitis C drug, Sovaldi, will cost $84,000 for a 12-week treatment plan, rounding out to $1,000 a day. Bound to cause a whirlwind among investors and the healthcare world, the World Health Organization has stepped in.
As previous studies have shown that playing violent video games can foster aggressive behaviors, a recent study suggests that it's simply the frustration responsible for experiencing failure during the game--not the game's violence.
Women are constantly in the spotlight when it comes to body image issues and eating disorders. Yet men also suffer from the same difficulties; however, they're often overlooked since it's less common for them.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released figures Tuesday regarding teenage pregnancies, which have been much higher among Hispanics.
Researchers have discovered that Neanderthals once interbred with humans after conducting a genome analysis.
A new study finds that among the heart failure patients, poor and disturbed sleep is linked with a higher risk of hospitalizations.
Just in time for the spring allergy season, team of international researchers reinforces the importance of raising elbow while sneezing as they discovered that coughs and sneeze stay airborne for longer distances than previously believed.
Researchers at Concordia University discovered that unwanted thoughts and images of obsessive compulsive disorder are widespread and 94 percent of the people experience the same.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released the latest statistics for teen pregnancies indicating a gradual decline in teen birth rate, with 1,700 births per week.
For those of us who pay too little attention to good dental hygiene, a recent study shows that making up with mouth wash may do more harm than good.
As people age, cognitive abilities will slowly begin to decline. Yet a recent study shows how grandparents' participation in their grandchildren's lives (in moderation, of course) can serve as a mentally stimulating task to help lessen mental slumps.