A study shows how variation in environment helps promote good health.
People who have poor posture are more likely to suffer from negative health effects. Slouching can make the body less capable of facing everyday stresses from carrying weight, being in challenging positions and defying gravity.
A recent study conducted by a team of researchers from the University of Eastern Finland found that an Alzheimer's disease medication, in particular sedatives like benzodiazepines, increases pneumonia risk for patients. The findings raise the reminder of being more mindful in giving prescriptions to patients while considering the risks and benefits.
A new study published in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics indicates that yoga helps treat side effects for cancer. Patients with prostate cancer may have fewer side effects from radiation therapy when yoga is done twice a week.
Coronary artery disease risk factors now include graying hair as an indicator after a study was based on how similar graying hair and atherosclerosis develops in the body.
Authorities say deer ticks that could carry the Lyme disease-causing bacteria will be active earlier this year.
What happens to a woman's body before, during, and after period?
The FDA has approved the sale and marketing of a genetic test for disease risk called the Personal Genome Service Genetic Health Risk from the company 23andME.
The nut milk health benefits make some people switch to it instead of dairy milk. Because nut milk has many types, it is worth knowing which is best for weight loss while considering a nut's content of anti-inflammatories, vitamins, and fatty acids.
Symptoms can be less severe when blood sugar and weight are under control.
Engineer Yi Hong is developing a new treatment for the vascular anomalies in childhood by 3D printing blood vessels. The promising technology will help many children who have to undergo multiple invasive surgeries for every graft.
Massage has certain physical benefits to patients suffering from lower back pain. A recent study has been published in the journal Pain Medicine.
Researchers gathered data on family meals and its link to the risk of obesity. Apparently, a simple way to prevent obesity is not to have the television running during family meals.
People who always have the urge to pee and have a hard time controlling it may have a urinary condition. Awareness of the overactive bladder symptoms and treatment is important as over 40 percent of women and 30 percent of men in the US are affected by it.
Researchers found that people with heart diseases have a higher risk of heart attack, stroke and even death associated with yo-yo diet for weight loss. The cyclical loss and gain of weight raise health consequences that should be taken into consideration seriously by the patients.