Dealing with death can be overwhelming for anyone, and that includes medical staff.
Daily intake of fruits dramatically lowers the risk of heart diseases, researchers reveal.
Regular family meals can protect adolescents from the effects of cyberbullying, a new study reveals.
In a latest study, a team of researchers has stated that Hollywood action flicks are bad for health as it increases consumption of food by the viewers.
Overweight or obese teens are more likely to smoke cigarettes regularly, a new study has revealed.
A team of researchers has found that people with abdominal fat are at an increased risk of developing hypertension.
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.
A recent study suggests that family dinners could be good for many teens' mental health.
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.
Scientists have found that if current trends continue, food production alone will reach, if not exceed, global targets for total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2050.