A latest study conducted by researchers at the Newcastle University suggests that vitamin D is important for improving the functions of our muscle, which thereby enhance the function of the mitochondria (power house of the cell), leading to a boost in energy levels.
U.S. District Judge Edward Korman called the government's age restriction on access of the so-called morning-after pill 'scientifically unjustified.'
Heart disease is the number one killer in the United States. However, statistics show that today's youth are on a deadly trend-nearly 80 percent of teenagers are eating their way to deadly health issues, and that includes atherosclerosis, hypertension, obesity diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Heavy numbers of food products that have been recalled throughout the year might just make you want to skip out on processed food all together. It's reported that 24 cases of E. coli were found in frozen snacks belonging to a company from Buffalo, N.Y., which has recalled 10 million pounds of frozen...
A new study shows that overweight young adults have a much higher risk of developing kidney disease by the time they reach old age.
Would you want to know if you were going to develop Alzheimer's disease? Researchers have discovered early genetic markers that could help highlight who is at risk for developing the disease.
More than three million Americans are living with traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year, a condition associated with physical, cognitive and emotional problems that can affect sexual and marital stability, identity and self-esteem. Deciphering the impact of TBI on sexuality, an investigative team c...
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that more than half a million children in the United States have elevated levels of lead in their blood.
There could be a new way to combat the obesity epidemic. Researchers have found out how to potentially re-wire appetite control.
A new study shows the cells from patients' blood could be developed as treatments for heart and certain circulatory diseases.
A new study is hoping to adjust breast cancer screenings so they can be more personally fit towards each patient.