Have you ever wondered why most of the elderly adults experience fainting? A new study suggests that blood clots can be a major reason for the occurence of fainting among elders.
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).
Could concussions increase the risk of suicide?
Researchers find that patients who suffer with PTSD together with sleep apnea may have a reduced quality of life.
Bariatric surgery patients are more likely to have mental health issues, according to a recent study.
Statistics show that close to one in three adolescents report back pain, according to new findings published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Even slightly elevated blood sugar levels may be linked to kidney damage, according to a recent study.
New findings published in the Annals of Internal Medicine show that nearly 90 percent of patients with chronic pain continue to get prescription opioids even following an overdose--putting these patients at an increased risk of a new overdose.
Victims of sudden cardiac arrest may be ignoring lifesaving warning signs for up to a month before the health event occurs, according to a recent study.
Is it possible to be healthy and overweight-particularly when it comes to physical fitness?
Low-intensity electromagnetic waves prolonged survival in brain tumor patients--particularly those with glioblastoma--who were already treated with chemotherapy, according to a recent study.