Sleep is an important part of a healthy individual's life. The processes that happen when we are in "idle state" regulate our internal systems, promote healing, and cover toxin elimination and processing to maintain the body in perfect functioning condition.
Laser eye surgery is costly. Many who need it are unsure that it is worth it because of the price. There is also that small detail of all the post-surgery care that is required.
Military members who suffer from hearing loss may be able to sue 3M over their defective Dual-Ended Combat Arms Earplugs. The company sold the earplugs to military members between 2002 and 2015 through a government contract.
UB research explains motivation factors contributing to choice overload
Dr Shevin Jacob is corresponding author on a perspective piece published in the New England Journal of Medicine calling for universal standards of care to be applied in relation to Ebola Virus Disease
Adults who report high levels of stress and who also had stressful childhoods are most likely to show hormone patterns associated with negative health outcomes, according to findings published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.
Here’s why pedestrians are dying in greater numbers, and how authorities are responding to the crisis.
Dietary intake of two fatty acids, omega-3 and omega-6, may have opposite effects on the severity of asthma in children
Researchers explore the pathophysiological relationship between poor sleep and dementia
Study suggests doctors can balance clotting, bleeding risks with P2Y12 inhibitor drugs alone
New level 1 trauma center at UChicago Medicine lowers Chicago's disparity 7-fold
New research published in Depression and Anxiety indicates that, unlike other anxiety disorders, social anxiety disorder may have a direct effect on alcoholism.
It's long been known that couples HIV testing and counseling is an effective way to mutually disclose HIV status and link to health care--unfortunately, couples don't use it even though it's widely available.
Women aged 50-79 who believed they had more social support were less likely to die during the course of the study, according to a new study led by Dr. Nancy Freeborne, adjunct professor in George Mason University's College of Health and Human Services.
Many seriously ill people in the United States--and around the world--are not dying as they would like.