Could the consumption of soyfood reduce the recurrence of breast cancer in some women? New findings presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting 2015 suggest that eating soy foods or soy-based supplements could help, according to researchers at Georgetown Universit...
Researchers at the University of Michigan Health System agreed that close to two-thirds of people believe that their state should allow medical marijuana for adults, but just about half that number feels it should be available for children.
Last minute studying for an exam might seem like a good idea if you're not prepared, but will it really be any help? A new study suggests that it's unlikely to do any good in reality.
A cigarette or two every now and then won't hurt your health, or will it? New findings show that occasional smokers really underestimate how an occasional cigarette can mess up your health.
New research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows that pets can transmit illnesses to people; a health problem that could be particularly problematic for those with weakened immune systems, children and the elderly.
If you're happy and you know it ... sweat?
New findings conducted by researchers at New York University, the University of California-Irvine and the University of Chicago suggest that those in single-parent families receive fewer years of schooling and may also be less likely to get a bachelor's degree by the age of 24 than those coming from...
New findings published in the journal Metabolism show how a new blood test could help to accurately predict future breast cancer in patients.
It makes sense that children with attention deficit disorder (ADHD) would be more likely to fidget, but could this behavior also be particularly beneficial for them?
Researchers at Saint Louis University (SLU) are helping low-income mothers who are struggling with postpartum depression look at alternative treatment methods.
A recent study conducted by researchers at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine predicted that cirrhosis patients would suffer inflammations and need hospitalization after analyzing saliva via a new target for research in a disease that is responsible for roughly 30,000 deaths a y...