According to a shocking research finding, eating fatty foods (natural fats not processed) with fewer amounts of carbohydrates can actually help in losing weight and becoming lean.
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.
Perhaps high school health class was right – binge drinking can seriously affect your health. Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School found that just one episode of binge drinking can have serious effects.
With a steadily increasing world population, the issue of protecting wildlife is a concern because more space is being consumed across the globe. Stanford University researchers suggest providing “human-altered landscapes.”
The cause for Alzheimer’s disease is still unknown, but researchers have been looking for ways to maintain a healthy brain to prevent the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. from affecting one of the body’s most vital organs.
Brian Wright, a UC Berkeley professor of agricultural and resource economics, has conducted a study that revealed industry-sponsored academic research leads to more innovative patents and licenses.
Ovarian cancer is the most deadly reproductive cancer, its mortality rate remaining steady since the 1990s. Now, Brown University researchers believe they may have found a way to more effectively treat the deadly carcinoma.
A previous study conducted by Columbia University revealed that many hospitals in the United States do not abide by proper sanitation protocol. The World Health Organization and Columbia have recently conducted a study that further supports the previous one.
Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) are linked to the appearance of digital culture in all the areas of our lives, from the way we listen to music to the way we take photos, read the newspaper or watch movies. This disruptive process, in which technology is continually transforming our daily lives, ...