Sure. Your 20s are a time of growth, struggle and constant reinvention. But they might also be the happiest time of your life--at least, that's what a new study suggests.
Findings presented at the 54th Annual European Society for Pediatric Endocrinology reveal that infants given asthma medication during the first two years of life are more likely to have stunted growth.
India welcomed the biggest baby the country has ever seen. In fact, the 13 pound baby boy-delivered to 25-year-old Goga Bai and delivered via an emergency ceasaren section-has been described by doctor's as a ‘miracle.' Bai weighs 220 pounds and is diabetic, leading to obesity in offspring, accordi...
We all love our cell phones, but too much time in front of an artificially lit screen can be detrimental to our eyes and our attention spans.
A cancer drug may help to improve memory, according to a recent study.
A regular sleep schedule helps our circadian rhythm stay on track. Even better, going to bed at a regular time could help us maintain a healthy weight; the opposite is also true for those who chronically go to bed late and get few solid hours of sleep.
Is beauty really in the eye of the beholder?
Exposure to toxic chemicals in the environment is slowly destroying human reproduction and is the cause for critical health issues.
Could "exercise in a bottle" actually become a reality? Scientists have found about 1,000 molecular reactions to exercise, which opens the door for drug treatments to mirror the health benefits of exercise.
Preparing for long-distance space travel is going to be difficult for the human body.
New findings published in the journal Experimental Physiology reveal that taking 10 minute breaks can be helpful in reducing the risk of sitting at a computer for extended periods.
New findings published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology reveal that psychological distress experienced in early life could increase the risk of diabetes and heart disease during adulthood.