The new study shows that people who studied at university for at least 3 years are more at risk for gliomas than those with a lower level of education.
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.
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.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urges women of child-bearing age avoid alcohol, unless they're using contraception
Researchers found that pregnant women should consume more fish to improve the growth and development of their child's brain.
New findings published in the journal Stroke found that fragmented sleep-otherwise known in which an individual is repeatedly awakened-can deprive the brain of oxygen, increase the risk of stroke.
Children in deep poverty with family income below 50 percent of the federal poverty line have worse health and development markers when compared to those in families with higher income.
New findings published in Nature Communications show that four genes may contribute to the risk of abdominal hernias.
Children who were left without parental care for extended periods show larger gray matter volumes in their brain, according to a recent study.
Children of blind parents allocate less attention to the eyes when learning nonverbal communication, according to a recent study.
Though obesity and type 2 diabetes negatively affect bone health, exercise can work to combat risk fracture, according to a recent study.