Previous studies have linked red meat consumption to an increased risk of cancer, heart disease and other health issues. Now, recent findings published in the Journal of Human Hypertension shows that eating lean beef can actually reduce the risk of heart disease, in some cases.
Researchers at Queen's University in Belfast discovered two genes that cause bowel cancer cells to resist treatments used against the disease. Their findings, published in the journal Cell Reports, give a glimpse of how blocking these genes can prolong the survival of these patients.
First case of acquired Chikungunya was reported in Florida by a male who has not traveled outside the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Scientists have created the first ever draft of a genetic blueprint of bread wheat, also known as common wheat. The findings reveal a bit more about the plant that's grown on more than 531 million acres around the world.
Researchers found that eye movements can identify the difference between love and lust.
A new research highlights the positive impact of exercise and relaxation activities on social anxiety disorder.
Lean beef is a healthy protein choice, as a new study found that daily consumption of this red meat helps lower blood pressure.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration panel members have approved a new drug, Ruconest, which treats rare genetic disease called hereditary angioedema.
The immediate effects of divorce may be primarily financial and emotional. Yet a recent study shows that significant health problems can also occur for those dealing with added stress of the issue over time. Findings published in the journal Health Psychology show that those losing sleep over a part...
Despite what soul singer Better Everett said, it may not be "in his kiss." A recent study published in the journal Psychological Science shows that, more likely, feelings of sincerity, friendship and love, will be in his eyes.
The popular cholesterol drug niacin has recently come under fire. According to a recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, it may do more harm than good.
Foodborne illnesses affect an estimated 1 in 6 Americans every year. Of this 48 million, 128,000 will be hospitalized and 3,000 will die, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Yet researchers from Washington State University in Pullman found that one little ingredient co...