Happiness or sadness does not affect how long you will live, says the latest study conducted by researchers from University of Oxford.
A Danish-led study links moderate alcohol consumption to lower death risks among patients diagnosed with mild Alzheimer's. While the exact causes were not determined, experts speculated that it's probably due to socialization associated with drinking
People with asthma cannot lower their risk of developing a cold by taking vitamin D supplements, a study reported.
Harvard University researchers are warning people that a lot of e-cigarette flavorings contain chemicals that can hurt lung health.
Being happy or sad will not affect your lifespan, a new study is reporting.
A new study has found that U.S. teens are only active for roughly 39.4 minutes a day, well below the 60 minutes recommended by U.S. government health agencies.
Adding pears to your diet could help trim your waistline, a new study reported.
Former American President Jimmy Carter publicly announced his victory over melanoma cancer as recent MRI scans showed no indications that the cancer cells are ever coming back.
Women benefit emotionally from cohabitating with or marrying their significant other, a new study reported.
A rare health condition known as rabbit fever is on the rise in humans, health officials reported.
The rate of new diabetes cases within the U.S. has declined by nearly 20 percent, the CDC reported.
British lawmakers will back a tax on sugar in order to fight childhood obesity.
Flu season is on and it has already inflicted more people than you can count. The researchers thought this is the best time to ask what the Americans have to say about the flu vaccinations
More and more people spoke about Charlie Sheen’s HIV infection. The latest was an ex, nurse Amanda Brown who bravely had sex with the actor despite her knowledge of his illness.
Eating a moderate amount of walnuts everyday can improve one's overall diet, a new study reported.