Stroke patients who have had significant damage to the brain can benefit from oxygen therapy, according to a new research. The study found that people who underwent this therapy experienced tremendous improvements in their condition including reversal of paralysis, better speech and increased sensation.
People who quit smoking at a later age can also undo some of the damage done to the health, says a new study.
Most people believe that they can multitask effectively and so don't see anything wrong in texting and talking over the phone while driving. A new study shows that not only people perform badly in multitasking, but people who think they are good at multitasking are often the ones who can't keep track of multiple events.
Being parents for the first time improves parents' mental health and reduces psychological stress, says a new study from New Zealand.
A new study has found that pain in the jaw may be linked to depression and anxiety, HealthDay reports.
Taking smaller bites of your favorite food can help you prevent overeating, even when you are distracted, says a new study.
According to a new study, people rated sex to be equally pleasurable when using condoms or lubricant as without. The study provides evidence that use of condoms or lubricants doesn't have a negative effect on sexual relationships.
Twitter posts can help health officials identify a disease outbreak and develop early warning system, says a new study.
Teens that show a decline in verbal abilities when compared to their peers may have an increased risk of developing psychotic disorders like schizophrenia later in life, according to a new study.
We all know cheating and stealing are unacceptable in the society and that we can get arrested, put to trial and punished. But, who decided that these things were bad? According to a latest study, our ideas for kindness and just come from our selfish nature and not from kindness.
A new survey has found that women tend to look their oldest on Wednesday evenings when they are at their lowest energy levels and the effects of weekend parties have finally take their toll on the health, reports The Telegraph.
In a recent research, scientists were able to find a process which converts CD4 helper T cells into killer T cells. This will enable the immune system to attack the viruses, tumors and other infected cells more aggressively.
In a recent study, scientists have found that the process of tagging plays an important role in increasing rheumatoid arthritis. The research was the first of its kind and was conducted to isolate both genes and their tags in widespread diseases.
Neuroblastoma is a type of cancer that occurs in childhood and is very aggressive in nature. A recent study of the genome of the same showed that neuroblastoma evolves rapidly and has very less recurrent gene mutations, which means that the scientists were unable to find new targets to cure the cancer.
During the winter season, it is very common for children to fall ill as they are mostly inside due to bad weather. It becomes difficult for the parent to determine whether their child is well enough to go to school or if it would be better to let them stay at home.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.