Recent findings published in the journal Neurology show that catching a common cold or the flu can significantly increase stroke risk in some children.
Previous studies have illustrated the dangers of smoking during pregnancy. Now, a recent study has found that prior generations who smoked could have an influence on their children's future offspring.
A boss with an authoritarian attitude can stifle the work environment and even prevent employees from properly working together, according to recent findings. Researchers from Michigan State University found that managers who are abusive to individual employees can actually trigger team conflicts.
It turns out that escargot may have been a daily part of the Paleolithic diet for inhabitants of what is now modern-day Spain.
New information from Consumer Reports warns pregnant women to steer clear of canned tuna. Researchers found that the mercury levels in the product were too high for anyone who is pregnant, breast-feeding or trying to become pregnant.
Drought continues to spread across California. In fact, about 60 percent of the state is experiencing "exceptional drought," which is the U.S. Drought Monitor's most dire classification. Now, NASA scientists are launching a new satellite that could help farmers and water managers worldwide.
Researchers have found that the rare and potentially fatal "Bubble Boy" disease could in fact be twice as common as once believed, also known as severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID).
Indian yoga guru Bellur Krishnamachar Sundararaja Lyengar who helped popularize the art died Wednesday. He was 95.
A recent report from Community Health Systems found that data on 4.5 million clients was stolen by Chinese hackers from its computer network.
Budget, cakes and glittering tiaras all slide through a bridezilla's brain when she's planning for her big day. It all seems silly for most of us looking in from the outside, but did you know that a wedding could potentially influence the quality of married-life?
Lesbians are having better sex than straight women, according to recent findings published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.