New findings published in The Lancet show that elderly patients who were once considered too frail or sick for aortic valve replacement surgery are living longer and better quality of life after following a minimally invasive surgery when compared to those who did not undergo the same surgery.
New research published in the journal Vaccine shows that a flu vaccine that includes four strains of inactivated influenza could be more protective than a similar one containing only three.
New research published in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery show that older adults who receive cochlear implants will also gain improved speech perception, cognition and mood.
Consuming caffeine drinks semi-regularly might not be a bad idea.
A new study on the effects of cannabis and Bipolar Disorder studies potential links to increases in manic and depressive symptoms.
Understanding plants' immune systems may just lead to better tomatoes and other plants.
There are some places that should be on your bucket list--and now is the time to start planning. For this week's Geek Gadgets, we've taken a look at some spectacular trips that you won't want to miss
The verdict's not yet out on whether or not e-cigarette's are safe. However, new findings published in the journal Health Communications shows that advertisements for them may actually be enticing current and even former tobacco smokers to pick up another cigarette.
A parent's depression during their child's first years of life can result in the development of troubling behaviors in their little one, according to a new study by researchers at Northwestern Medicine. Researchers found that this could increase the risk of such problem behaviors as hitting, anxiety...
Long-term marijuana use may impact memory, according to recent findings published in the journal Hippocampus.
Picky actresses are more likely to survive in Hollywood, according to recent findings published in the American Sociological Review.