Changes in a person's sense of humor can be an early sign of dementia, a new study reported.
In a new study, researchers found that behavioral and drug interventions can prevent prediabetic people from progressing to type 2 diabetes.
To keep cholesterol under control, medications are often used but experts suggest lifestyle changes can also help keep cholesterol under control.
According to a new study, just a single dose of an antidepressant is enough to cause changes in brain connectivity within three to four hours.
A new study found that a blood test could estimate one's risk of breast cancer.
A new study found that improving diet alone can reduce risk of type 2 diabetes.
The CDC reported that roughly 40 percent of deaths caused by five main health problems can be prevented.
A new study found that people who use pot recreationally have brain changes.
Researchers found that one season of high school football was tied to brain changes even if the players did not suffer from concussions.
Researchers reported that eating a Mediterranean-style diet could help reduce dementia risk.
The FDA plans on revising and updating the nutrition facts label.
In a new study, researchers reported that genes contributed to toddlers' physical aggression levels more so than the environment.
Pointing and clicking changes the way our brain perceives movements and learns new things, a new study has reported. On an average, computer users perform around 7,400 mouse clicks every week.
Researchers reported that declining hormone levels post menopause are not linked to changes in cognition and moods.
The FDA's new proposal will require drug companies that make life-saving drugs to inform the agency of any potential changes that could affect the U.S. supply six months prior to the changes.