Researchers identified that doctors prescribe more antibiotics for respiratory infections later in the day, a new study says.
Researchers have found that steady heartbeat can be used a valuable diagnostic measure to predict the risk of chronic stress.
A team of Australian researchers found that simple lifestyle interventions help obese pregnant women prevent the risk of having infants born with high birth weight.
Women are more likely to be prescribed pain relieving drugs than men, regardless of the pain type, age or social class, according to a new finding.
A new research found that less than half of the Canadian population engage in exercise to cope with stress.
Probiotics if taken regularly have the potential to protect children and pregnant women against heavy metal poisoning, a new study says.
New research found that sexting is a new normal part of adolescent sexual development and increases sexual behavior among teens.
New research found that 1 in 3 of adults of age 50 and older suffer from progressive muscle loss that hinders their ability to lead a complete and active life.
A mini stroke appears to be associated with an increased risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a new study.
The decline in the number of Cheetahs is attributed to the excess energy expended by the animal in combating human activities in its domain, says a study.
The usage of hospital bed by stroke patients has dramatically reduced with the introduction of the innovative patient management system.