Depression and pain isn't good for anyone. However, a new study published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology shows that for dialysis patients, it can be an even more deadly combination than usual.
A new study published in the journal Cell Reports found that mice that lack a specific protein may live longer due to fewer age-related illnesses than those who carry it.
Researchers are examining proteins that could potentially degrade the toxic chemicals that frequently surround those in war zones.
The verdict on the dangers of e-cigarettes isn't quite out yet. Some data suggests that replacing tobacco products with vaporized smoke could help to reduce the risk of lung cancer. However, other findings note the uncertainty regarding the devices' safety.
A recent study published in the journal Neurology shows that those who deal with depression may be at an increased risk for dementia.
Previous studies have boasted the benefits of soy. For many women going through menopause, research has shown that adding this food to your diet can reduce the risk of hot flashes and other related symptoms of the health issue. Now, findings published in the journal Menopause show that it could also...
Statistics show that millions around the world are affected by insomnia: a sleep disorder that's characterized by difficulties staying or falling asleep throughout the night.
Smoking isn't good for you, and that's certainly true for a pregnant woman and her future child.
Researchers at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., have found that breastfeeding your child could carry positive effects on their health decades later, including reduced risk of chronic inflammation associated with cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
The constant chaos of an emergency room can leave patients concerned about when they may get proper treatment.
According to a new Gallup poll, 63 percent of respondents reported that they are cutting soda out of their diet.
People who have a common genetic mutation connected to obesity may also respond to pictures of appetizing foods differently than overweight, obese or regular-weight individuals who do not carry the same mutation.