A Swedish population study looked at 1,300 children from 0-11, showing that about 5 percent snored several times every week. However, despite distinct signs of this issue, only about one third of the children who snored sought medical attention for the problem.
Researchers at Purdue University have found that growing up in poverty or being abused by ones parents can create a series of health problems later in life.
A 2015 report from the American Society of Plastics Surgeons (ASPS) shows us that butt implants are more popular than ever. The data from the report specifically identifies trends and patterns involving the most commonly chosen plastic surgeries, today and to put things a bit more into perspective, ...
Despite the potential for mosquitoes to develop resistances, a new study by researchers from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Malaria Consortium shows that insecticide-treated nets may still help in preventing malaria.
Sally Sherman Foods of Mount Vernon, NY recalled over 3,000 pounds of various chicken products Thursday as they may contain Listeria monocytogenes, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Services (FSIS).
A 26-year-old patient is the first to receive a uterus transplant in a nine-hour surgery that took place Wednesday, Feb. 24, at the Cleveland Clinic.
Women who feel more at risk of crime may also prefer more physically dominant partners, according to a recent study.
New findings published in the British Medical Journal suggest that blood pressure medications may increase heart attack risk for diabetes patients.
New findings published in Nature Communications suggest that embryo "squishing" could improve IVF success rates, researchers say. This would be particularly helpful for couples hoping to conceive via in-vitro fertilization, as only about 30 percent of embryos implanted for in-vitro fertilization res...
Researchers in China have discovered how to use mouse stem cells to grow mouse sperm in laboratory settings. The new findings are published in the journal Cell Stem Cell.
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.