Increased awareness of safe sleeping habits has dramatically lowered the rate of babies dying each year from sudden infant death syndrome, a new study reveals. However, babies still die from sudden, unknown causes.
A study reports that being physically active for at least three times per week lowers the risk of depression by almost 16 percent.
The diversity of religion remains an intricate and perplexing topic. Yet recent findings in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology address the positive aspects of religious influence on believers.
Recent findings published in the journal Neurology offer new guidelines in testing for a subtype of limb-girdle or distal muscular dystrophy.
Exercise can alter our physical and even mental health. But did you know that the way in which we walk could actually alter our mood as well?
Whether or not eating breakfast will slow your metabolism or stop a dieter from shedding extra pounds may always be up for debate. However, recent findings published in Nutrition Journal show that eating this morning meal can increase a brain chemical related to regulating food intake and cravings.
Previous studies have shown that fish oil supplements can help reduce the risk of atrial fibrillation-a common type of irregular heartbeat that can reach up to 150 beats per minute when the normal range is 70. Unfortunately, recent findings published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiol...
Certain stereotypes harness the power to seriously harm a business. Yet recent findings in the Journal of Consumer Research reveal that, in most cases, products still come before trade.
Mothers-to-be who are eating healthy and regularly exercising are more likely to have a smoother pregnancy and easier birth. Recent findings published in the journal BMC Medicine reveal that these health benefits are directly linked to reduced risk of future problems during this critical time.
Archaeologists have made a startling discovery. They've discovered the decorated bronze remains of an Iron Age chariot in the United Kingdom, revealing a bit more about the region's ancient past.
The U.S. FDA Panel permits marketing of the inflow Intraurethral Valve-Pump, a urinary prosthesis device for women.