Previous studies have shown that too much salt can increase the risk of high blood pressure and other health conditions. However, could too much salt also be dangerous for your liver?
It may be in the benefit of a young male western bluebird and his parents' lifespan for him to stick around with his for another year in their nest before building his own, according to recent findings published in the journal Behavioral Ecology.
Sleep changes associated with fetal alcohol exposure may explain learning and mood problems, according to recent findings published in the journal Neuroscience.
Previous studies have shown that mental and physical activity can help delay symptoms relating to Alzheimer's disease in some patients. However, new findings published in Neurology show that mental activities, in particular, do not change the underlying disease in the brains of most individuals who ...
Researchers have discovered a way to turn skin cells into cells that fight cancer.
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A new study by researchers at Boston Medical Center shows that children given medications for asthma right after they left the hospital versus those given a prescription to fill were less likely to need further assistance upon leaving.
New research presented by the American Academy of Neurology shows that migraine and tension-type headaches may have genetic links with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
An experimental vaginal ring that contains the antiretroviral drug dapivirine to fight against HIV was found to help prevent infection when used consistently and properly, according to a clinical trial in four sub-Saharan African countries.
New research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns that an estimated half of bisexual and gay black men in the United States will become infected with HIV: The information is based on a new government analysis.
Alcohol exposure during pregnancy doesn't just affect a future child's health. According to researchers at Binghamton University, it also affects the next three generations, who may be at an increased risk of developing alcoholism.