A latest study published in JAMA Internal Medicine states that despite calls by several medical experts to reduce the intake of sodium, it is seen that the dangerously high levels of salt in processed and fast food remains unchanged.
In a recent finding, an anthropologist from Binghamton University has analyzed the tiny ear bones, the malleus, incus and stapes from two different species of early human ancestors from South Africa. This new study sheds light on the earliest known existence of humans.
A recent finding links higher levels of a sex hormone known as estrogen with an increased risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD)
Breo Ellipta gets a nod from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for to treat those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) that is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. , including chronic bronchitis/ emphysema.
The U.S Food and Drug Administration has sent out a warning to the consumers strictly warning them to avoid consuming any juice product or beverages from Juices Incorporated (also known as Juice International and Juices Enterprises) of Brooklyn, N.Y
It looks like Connecticut towns are a new target for space rocks, with a second meteorite hitting a Connecticut house in less than a month last Wednesday, in the city of Waterbury. The place is just two miles away from Walcott, where the April collision took place.
A study from the Michigan State University reveals that men who experience high levels of sexual harassment are more likely to induce vomiting and consume laxatives and diuretics to control their weight, when compared to women
A large number of women 18 and older prefer to delay or miss out their monthly menstruation by missing out on the instructions of birth control pills and other hormonal contraceptives, according to the study published in the journal Contraception.
Researchers from Monash University looked into a phenomenon known as somatic contagion, which is present in one in three people, who could feel pain by watching others experience pain.
Scientists at the University of Reading have popped the cork to check if champagne offers any health benefits. The study results may give you a good excuse to gulp down three glasses of bubbly a week.
A study conducted by researchers of Penn State, Tufts University and University of Pennsylvania suggests that consuming whole walnuts or their extracted oil lowers the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Latest research from North Carolina State University suggests that a carnivorous, cannibalistic tadpole could provide clues in tracing the evolution and development of digestive organs, according to a news release.