For some overweight adults, new research suggests that vitamin C supplements seem to replace exercise. The findings will be presented at the 14th International Conference on Endothelin: Physiology, Pathophysiology and Therapeutics.
New findings published in the journal Behavioral Science and Policy show that stress at work may be as damaging as second-hand smoke.
A team of researchers at the Karolinska's Institutet and the Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden have discovered a new theory that might explain severe early infant epilepsy, including mutations in the gene encoding of the protein KCC2. The findings are published in the journal Nature Communica...
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that the number of children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is growing, particularly over the last two decades.
Double mastectomies for male breast cancer patients are twice as popular as they were in 2004, according to a recent report published in the JAMA Surgery by researchers at the American Cancer Society and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
New findings published in the journal Neuropharmacology show that the antidepressant sertraline, a selective serotonine reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), otherwise known as Zoloft, held different effects on depressed versus healthy individuals in a study with nonhuman primates.
Guilt trips never work and that includes trying to get middle-schoolers to exercise when they don't want to.
New findings published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry reveal that wild blueberry extract may help in preventing dental plaque formation that can cause gum disease, a common condition among adults that occurs when bacteria forms biofilms or plaques on the teeth, resulting in inflam...
The study findings revealed that loss of sleep during the school week was linked to a decline in vigilance as well as cognitive function--which raises safety concerns, particularly for teen drivers.
New findings published in the journal Molecular Autism show that brain differences between boys and girls may help explain certain discrepancies. For instance, girls with autism display less repetitive and restrictive behaviors than boys do.
Researchers have seen that children who had less controlling parents grew into happier adults, and had better time adjusting to adulthood.