Shares Oct 16, 2015 03:56 AM EDT
It is reported in a recent study that almost 23,000 people are sent to the ER with 2,000 of these cases serious enough for hospital admission.
Shares Oct 14, 2015 03:01 AM EDT
Studies on the effect of sitting for hours each day have produced conflicting results. A new study saus that prolonged sitting may not be damaging to your health if you engage in regular exercise.
Shares Oct 10, 2015 07:34 PM EDT
A small study has found that weight-loss surgery may have reduced the risk of endometrial cancer in obese women.
Shares Oct 08, 2015 11:58 PM EDT
A diagnostic test has been developed that can help predict the future risk of cardiovascular disease for a teen. It can be adapted by physicians to assess teens’ future risk and to encourage healthy behaviors that could prevent heart disease.
Shares Oct 08, 2015 06:30 PM EDT
Mass shootings have become common. There is growing evidence that mass shootings may act like a contagion, because some perpetrators appear to study past shootings so as to emulate them.
Shares Oct 08, 2015 02:30 AM EDT
An analysis of 65 samples of red wines from four wine-producing areas in the United States found that all but one had high levels of arsenic.
Shares Oct 08, 2015 02:09 AM EDT
Health officials are reporting that more hospitals are encouraging new mothers to breastfeed their babies. Hospital practices that promote breastfeeding make the difference in whether and how long babies are breastfed
Shares Oct 06, 2015 11:43 PM EDT
Taking medications for high blood pressure before going to bed at night may control blood pressure more effectively and may also significantly lower the risk for diabetes.
Shares Oct 07, 2015 02:56 AM EDT
According to a study conducted by researchers from Rutgers University, a cancer drug may help in boosting and sharpening memory by rewiring the brain and sustaining the life of neurons.
Shares Oct 06, 2015 03:01 AM EDT
Mental health issues have been once again placed under spotlight after last week's mass killings at Umpqua Community College, Oregon.
Shares Oct 04, 2015 10:44 PM EDT
While not all of us are a huge fan of doing the dishes, this routine household chore may help improve our state of being and relieve us from stress, says a new study now published in Mindfulness.
Shares Oct 04, 2015 07:04 PM EDT
If you work in a very noise environment orhave a hobby that involves a lot of noice, you may be at a higher risk of heart disease.
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