Researchers at the University of Illinois have discovered how to make wine without the hangover. With the help of a "genome knife," researchers believe they can reduce the next-day pain from alcohol toxins that cause this type of unpleasantness that most of us are all too familiar with.
Previous findings have shown that regular use of aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. However, new findings published in JAMA show that some individuals with rare genetic variants do not share the same benefit.
A new study conducted by researchers at Oregon State University examined how these drivers were always busy fussing with their cell phone, texting or doing anything but focusing on the road.
New findings published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science show that with age comes a sense of increased trust.
New findings published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry show that even though antipsychotic drugs may help ease behavioral issues for some dementia patients, it may also send them down a physical health spiral faster.
A new study by researchers at Duke University shows that children who start kindergarten a bit later are more likely to drop out of school and commit serious crimes. However, the outcomes are more likely for children who come from disadvantaged backgrounds and those who start later start out with a ...
Our bodies are working on burning up energy to help keep a healthy weight. Yet did you know that those who aren't creating a sufficient core temperature may be heavier than others, packing on pounds?
New findings published in the American Journal of Transplantation show that live donor liver transplantation should be safe and effective for acute liver failure.
Researchers at Oregon State University have found a relationship between low levels of vitamin D and depression in young women with no other health issues.
New findings published in the British journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B show us that preponderance of inadequate exposure to natural light during the day and overexposure to artificial light at night can actually mess up our circadian rhythm.
Many parents might like to share stories of their families online via photos, videos or other forms of media. However, new findings by the University of Michigan Health System show that this could actually do some emotional damage to their children. This rather modern trend that researchers are refe...