Children who are bullied at a young age may be at an increased risk of having frequent nightmares, bouts of night terrors or even sleepwalking.
Vitamin B1-deficient individuals are more likely to be diagnosed with a fatal brain disorder called Wernicke encephalopathy.
A new study proposes that anti-inflammatory drugs might help reduce the risk of blood vessel disease in diabetes patients.
A team of Finnish researchers provide evidence that high levels of physical activity is linked to enhanced academic performance in the first three school years, especially among boys.
Intake of high protein diet helps reduces the risk of hypertension in adults, a new study reveals.
Researchers of a new study have provided evidence that the blood type of people greatly influences their memory in later years.
A new research shows a strong association between consumption of fish and reduced risk of hearing loss in women.
A new study has found that employees battling with depression can manage their illness better by attending work rather than taking a sick leave from work.
A new study has shows that cigarette smokers, who consume excess of sodium, are at a higher risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.
A team of researchers has found that healthy young people, who have put on as little as five pounds of fat, are at an increased risk of high blood pressure.
A significant rise has been observed in the number of people visiting the emergency room for hypertension with no known cause.