A lack of vitamin D may increase the risk of depression, according to recent findings published in the journal Medical Hypotheses.
Some studies suggest that more highly educated individuals are less likely to abuse drugs and alcohol. Yet recent findings published in the journal Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology reveal that some college graduates are at an increased risk of abusing certain stimulant drugs and pain k...
There's been a lot of concern about horse meat finding its way into ground meat products. Now, there may be a new way to detect whether or not meat is contaminated.
Having a toy to play with can be a fun and beneficial for any child. Yet did you know that some can be dangerous?
Previous studies have suggested that sperm quality decreases with age. Yet recent findings published in the journal Aging Research Reviews show that men's semen quality declines with age, also lowering the chances of fertility.
Exposure to calcium at low levels can increase the risk of decreased bone density and kidney dysfunction.
Could too many selfies be saying something about insecurity? Whatever your selfie means to you, statistics show it means booming business for the plastic surgery scene.
Nineteen-year-old college student Chandler Swink has died from a severe allergic reaction to a peanut allergy. He had been in the St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital since Nov. 18 and died there Wednesday after he was taken off life support according to Oakland University officials.
Could 2-D Images help with cancer prevention? Health officials believe this could be particularly help for gastric cancers-the fourth most common cause of cancer in the world.
A nice soft surface may seem like the best place for your baby to sleep. Yet did you know that this could increase the risk of suffocation, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It turns out that athletes that are exposed to subliminal visual cues during endurance exercise may perform significantly better than those who aren't. Scientists have discovered that these cues prime an athlete's body to continue to work.