A team of researchers has found that young obese people face a 6-fold increased risk of hypertension, a common but dangerous condition.
A new research has revealed that the presence of invisible blood in urine might be an early warning for bladder cancer.
Wine offers protection against heart disease in physically active people, a new study reveals.
It is now official that drinking tea dramatically lowers non-cardiovascular mortality by 24 percent.
A new study suggests that offices should invest in plants to boost staff productivity and make the workplace healthier and happier.
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.
A new study reveals that older adults who remain active by volunteering are much happier and healthier.
Researchers have found that adults who have been hospitalized for burn injuries in their childhood face a higher risk of depression and suicidal thoughts.
Adults and young boys exposed to high levels of phthalates, found in plastics, have low levels of testosterone in the blood.
A research has found that those with severe rheumatoid arthritis fail to take expensive medication that has been prescribed to them.