The number of women undergoing mastectomies in the United States has increased 36 percent between 2005 and 2013, despite that the overall rate of breast cancer has remained stable, according to a new report.
New findings published in the journal Appetite reveal that eating chocolate may lead to better brain function.
New findings presented by Canadian researchers show that macrolide antibiotics, including azithromycin, clarithromycin and erythromycin, no further increase these risks than nonmacrolide antibiotics.
What do children really think is fair when it comes to discipline and rewards?
New findings published in the journal AIDS show that pregnant women infected with the virus who take the antiretroviral (ARV) drug atazanavir may have children with developmental problems.
New findings published in the journal Scientific Reports show that dried plums may provide protection from bone loss due to radiation.
Thank the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine for lowering the risk of cancer-causing HPV strains among girls. The vaccine is currently recommended for young girls and boys aged 11 to 12.
Charlie Sheen has been known for a lot of things, but health promoter isn't want people would usually think of.
New findings published in the journal Water Research show that despite disinfectants used by dentists to clean up dental materials, French researchers found that many pieces of equipment still contained bacteria in water lines.
A new study boasts another benefit for coffee, suggesting that increasing coffee consumption may reduce the risk of developing liver cirrhosis; this disease results in one million deaths per year, which typically occurs from excessive alcohol and some types of food.
Gum disease may increase the risk of kidney disease, according to a recent study.