Many who deal with the symptoms of peripheral artery disease (PAD) may face certain limitations throughout their life. This circulatory problem that narrows the arteries also reduces blood flow to the limbs, and can even reduce blood flow to the heart and brain.
A recent study shows that few children receive dental care before the recommended age of 1.
Many parents have been advised to install baby gates as a safety precaution. However, a recent study shows that these devices could be more harmful than helpful.
Want to suppress your appetite? Then eat more fiber. But why exactly does fiber help keeping you from going hungry? Scientists may have just discovered the reasons why.
Obese teens are at a risk of nutritional deficiencies, irrespective of whether they have or haven't undergone weight loss surgery, a new study reveals.
A new study reveals a strong association between bariatric surgery and reduced liver damage.
A new oral vibrating capsule promises to cure constipation and also doubles the weekly bowel movements among those suffering from chronic constipation.
A new study highlights that the rate of infants placed on their back to sleep is less than 50 percent, thereby increasing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.
A recent study shows that many children who are bullied may express some of their anxiety through nightmares.
A recent study conducted by researchers at King's College London, Karolinska Institutet in Sweden and Mount Sinai in the United States show that understanding the environmental factors of autism are just as important as studying the genetic aspects.
Statistics show that each year, 4,000 babies die from sleep-related deaths involving suffocation and strangulation in the United States, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.