The cause of fibromyalgia, a chronic pain syndrome that typically affects older individuals, is still relatively unknown. Yet now, recent findings published in the journal Brain Connectivity show that decreased connectivity between pain-related and sensorimotor brain areas could contribute to defici...
The inability to detect certain smells may indicate an early sign of mortality in older individuals, according to recent findings published in the journal Plos One.
Social support can prove a critical tool for the survival of heart attack patients, according to recent findings published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
Weight training exercises can help prevent bone loss. But did you know they could also help prevent memory loss, too?
Much of our genetic makeup will ultimately determine our risk for certain health issues, according to recent findings published in the journal Diabetologia. This is particularly true for type 2 diabetes.
Smoking during pregnancy has been linked to low-birth weight and other health issues for the future child. Yet now recent findings published in the journal Human Reproduction show that pregnant or breast feeding mothers-to-be who smoke could also harm their future child's fertility.
A rare and potentially fatal womb cancer could now be helped with the new targeted drug treatment afatinib. Researchers found that it helps to target a key gene fault and shrink tumors during pregnancy, attacking the HER2 gene that lies at the heart of the cancer cells. Furthermore, it actually stop...
The first case of Ebola in the United States has officially been confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Peanuts can cause severe allergic reactions in some individuals, but could we be close to creating an allergen-free peanut? Scientists have moved closer to this goal by removing 80 percent of allergens in whole peanuts.
Rate of depression among Americans has been increasing steadily than they have been in decades, says a new finding.
Researchers discovered that obese adults battling obstructive sleep apnea have a significantly larger tongue with high percentage of fat.