Staying active into old age is sure to increase longevity. Now, recent findings published in the journal PLOS ONE show that more active older adults have better cognitive abilities.
Throughout the last year, many major food companies vowed to cut calories in their products. New findings published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine show that they've kept their promise.
Recent findings published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives show a direct link between childhood asthma and prenatal exposure to two phthalates used in a diverse array of household products.
A recent study conducted by researchers at the Queen Mary University of London found that the human papillomavirus (HPV) could be detected via a simple urine test. As it stands, it's estimated that the most common sexually transmitted infection can be found in 21,000 females and 13,000 males annuall...
New findings published in the Journal of the American Medical Association show that many Americans have an an ever-expanding waistline.
Could a blood test spot adult depression? New findings published in the journal Translational Psychiatry show that the first objective scientific track to diagnose major adult mental disturbances is currently underway.
A new "sleep node" has been discovered in the brain by researchers at the Harvard School of Medicine. By studying the mammalian brain whose activity appears to be both necessary and sufficient to produce deep sleep, the study authors have determined just how the brain's sleep-promoting activity orig...
The rare genetic disorder known as Jacobsen syndrome has now been linked to autism, according to recent findings published in the journal Genetics in Medicine.
Keeping your personal life separate from the work place can be difficult sometimes. Now, new findings published in the journal Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology show that these two aspects are inevitably linked to mental health.
The Parsemus Foundation, a not- for profit organization focused on developing low-cost medical approaches, has developed a male birth control injection known as Vasalgel, that's been found effective in a baboon study.
Recent findings published in the journal Brain and Cognition pinpoint just how fear arises in the brain.
Though urinary incontinence remains a common issue, particularly among older men and women, tackling the problem can be difficult. Statistics show that sometimes, getting it under control may require surgery. However, the latest guidelines drafted by the American College of Physicians (ACP), show th...