Shares Nov 24, 2015 09:39 PM EST
Getting up early on weekdays but then sleeping late on weekends may raise your risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Shares Nov 24, 2015 05:35 PM EST
Scientists have created a strain of mosquitoes with genes that block the transmission of malaria. The newly created strain produces antibodies that block malaria and these genes are passed on to 99.5% of its children.
Shares Nov 23, 2015 07:33 PM EST
A small study has found that some people have their sleep disturbed by their pets, but that more say the pet is beneficial to their sleep.
Shares Nov 23, 2015 07:26 PM EST
People who use smokeless tobacco products are exposed to as much or more nicotine and cancer-causing chemicals in tobacco products as cigarette smokers, according to a government study.
Shares Nov 22, 2015 05:48 PM EST
Yoga may help men with prostate cancer alleviate the side effects of radiation treatment and help them maintain their quality of life.
Shares Nov 19, 2015 06:30 PM EST
Hundreds of thousands of Texas women have may tried to end their own pregnancies, according to two surveys.
Shares Nov 19, 2015 06:22 PM EST
A study has found hat babies who contracted whooping cough (pertussis) had a higher rate of later developing epilepsy.
Shares Nov 18, 2015 11:22 PM EST
Healthy adults who become social butterflies on weekends still have an increased risk of developing diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and obesity, based on a new research.
Shares Nov 18, 2015 06:55 PM EST
A large study has found that drinking coffee is associated with a reduced risk of dying from heart disease and certain other causes.
Shares Nov 18, 2015 06:50 PM EST
The AMA is calling for warning labels on marijuana products to warn women against using them during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Shares Nov 17, 2015 10:15 PM EST
Here’s something interesting in science: according to a new study, leg power can improve cognition stability especially for older women.
Shares Nov 17, 2015 06:42 PM EST
The epidemic of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis is growing worse, according to the CDC.
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