Being lazy in childhood and adolescence can lead to health complications later in life, according to a new study.
Men who undergo aggressive treatments for prostate cancer, like surgery and radiation, are at a high risk of suffering from urine leakage and sexual dysfunctions for at least the first 15 years of the treatment, says a new study.
According to a new study, women taking the antiepileptic drug sodium valproate during pregnancy may be raising the risk of the child in developing autism and other mental disorders.
Including yoga in daily physical activities along with a healthy lifestyle can help people manage irregular heartbeats, says a new study
Researchers have now developed a blood test for autism that can screen the condition. The study team from Western and the University of Arkansas found that certain bacteria species are found in guts of people with autism and their presence can be a sign of the condition.
According to a new study, erectile dysfunction drug - Cialis - can help men overcome problems associated with ejaculation and orgasm.
Smoking is linked with cancers of not just the lungs but also that of the liver, bowel, pancreas, bladder and ovary. However, a new study says that under certain situations, smokers' lungs can be used in double-lung transplant surgeries.
A new study explains how a genetic variant in the Chinese population raises the risk of people in China having severe cases of swine flu or H1N1 as compared to others.
The mutation in the BRCA gene, which raises risk of breast cancer in women, also significantly raises the risk of these women in experiencing an early menopause, along with a short time to conceive and a high risk of infertility, says a new study.
Couples experiencing lower sexual satisfaction may want to look at how much and what kind of work they are doing at home. It turns out that men and women are more likely to get more sex when they divide household work in the traditional sense, meaning when the man pays the bills and cleans the yard, and the woman cooks and cleans, according to a new study.
Women with cardiac disease are at a high risk of developing a condition that affects their thinking, language and judgment, says a new study.
The timing of your meal is as important as what you are eating, says a new study. Researchers say that to efficiently lose weight, people must also consider the timing of their food intake and not just the calories they are consuming.
Brendan Marrocco, a 26-year-old Iraq war veteran has successfully undergone double-arm transplant at Johns Hopkins Hospital, according to media reports.
A team of neuroscientists tested the brain of iconic Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon last week using MRI scans and found that he was responding to external information, like photos of family members, according to media reports. Sharon has been in a vegetative state since 2006 due to a brain hemorrhage.
Eating brightly colored fruits and vegetables can cut down the risk of developing a nerve disease called Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) that leads to muscle weakness and in some cases, paralysis.