According to a latest study, Britain tops the list of the laziest people in the Europe.
A latest research has associated delivering a heavy baby with the mother's risk of developing Breast cancer later in life.
Researchers have concluded that young women might have bladder control problems that may be linked to birth control use.
According to an Oregon State University study, is claiming that higher blood pressure is associated with lower mortality in extremely frail, elderly adults.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Expert Panel on Protective Factors for Youth Violence is now calling for new research to find ways to approach and prevent youth violence.
Living close to the sea is not just good for the scenic beauty, but it is also good for the health, say researchers from Devon and Cornwall.
Four new studies claim that the amount of sleep and the quality could cause mental deterioration and Alzheimer's disease.
A study claims that undergoing reflexology can significantly improve bodily functions.
One in five of breast cancer patients who refuse to undergo mastectomy - and instead opt for breast conserving surgery (which is less drastic) need more surgeries in future to remove tumors.
There has been a high rise on the number of track-related injuries among kids in U.S. since 1990s.
There is an extraordinary trend in mental illness: an increase in the prevalence of reported anxiety disorders of more than 1,200 percent since 1980.
A new study has claimed that drinking a moderate amount of alcohol as part of a healthy lifestyle may benefit women's bone health, lowering their risk of developing osteoporosis.
According to a latest European study, people who quit smoking could gain weight, an average of about 8 to 11 pounds the first year.
Growing old certainly means more than just physical aging.
Facebook has more than 900 million registered users and more than 70 percent of adolescents use popular social networking sites including Facebook.