Researchers found that a little patience and practice could be all it takes to shed the pounds.
Childhood abuse may increase the risk of adult obesity, according to recent findings.
A recent study unfortunately brings more bad news for coffee lovers.
Researchers have discovered six specific genetic variations that may be linked to glaucoma. Findings published in the journal Nature Genetics discuss how three separate studies reveal telltale variants of genes that also play a role in regulating cholesterol in cells and the age-related arterial dis...
Dealing with death can be overwhelming for anyone, and that includes medical staff.
Where body fat is stored may also put some individuals at an increased risk for high blood pressure-a health issue affected by millions around the world.
As the United States continues to make strides towards healthier dietary choices, recent findings show that overall, food quality remains poor, with huge disparities among socioeconomic and racial/ethnic groups.
Too much TV may be bad for a number of reasons. Yet a recent study shows that Hollywood shows filled with action and sound could be particularly dangerous for weight gain.
Within minutes following birth, every child in the United States undergoes a series of tests designed to look for certain conditions, including sickle cell disease--a health issue that affects thousand of children around the world.
Dealing with pain or depression following a surgical procedure can be difficult. Now, researchers at the Department of Anesthesiology at Kingston General Hospital in Canada have found that certain antidepressants can provide relief for some patients.
Researchers from McClean Hospital have found that xenon gas could help prevent post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), particularly for soldiers who may be suffering from the mental health issue.