New research published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society examine certain factors that can increase mortality risk in an individual with Alzheimer's disease--the most common form of dementia.
A new study examines a potential connection between human suicide and self-sacrificial behaviors seen in honey bees and ants.
Researchers at the University of Basque Country in Spain have discovered how to prevent memory loss in mice with Alzheimer's disease (AD).
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have found that additional sperm analysis in couples who are trying to conceive may help increase the chances of a successful pregnancy, according to a recent study.
Researchers at Ohio State University found that children with uncorrected farsightedness are more likely to perform poorly on preschool literarcy tests than counterparts who receive the proper treatments.
While some previous research has suggested that the caffeine from tea or coffee may increase the risk of heart palpatations or irregular beating, a new report challenges the belief that caffeine affects our heart at all.
A new statement from the American Heart Association notes the differences between both causes and symptoms for heart disease-particularly examining the differences between men and women.
New findings published in the journal Preventive Medicine show how use of social media can interfere with our sleep.
A new recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force USPSTF) recommends that all U.S. adults, including pregnant and postpartum women, be screened for depression when they visit the doctor.
Chronic stress isn't just taxing-it's extremely dangerous for your health. New findings published in the journal Current Opinion show that it can actually increase your risk of dementia.
Children and adolescents with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)--a group of developmental disabilities that can result in social, communication and behavioral challenges--become more conscious that they're different than others when their intelligence is unaffected.
Researchers at the University's Institute of Psychology, Health & Society have found that unhealthy food advertising negatively influences children's food choices-increasing their risk of forming life-long bad habits.