A latest study from Japan says that chewing gum can significantly increase cognitive abilities. Researchers found reaction times in gum-chewers to be ten times faster than non-chewers, according to media reports.
People with emotional problems during early childhood, especially women, may be at a higher risk of developing heart diseases during middle age, according to a new study.
Researchers from UK say that people can opt for high intensity workouts that require as little as 90 minute a week and stay healthy instead of spending hours at a gym.
High fat and sugar levels in the body can still be affecting your mental health, even if you don't suffer from diabetes or any other major health complication.
Older women are at high risk of having stillbirths. Now, a new study says that inducing delivery during early stages of pregnancy can cut the risk of stillbirth or the baby being born with other health complications.
If you've been exercising and still seem to add on weight, then it's time you looked at your diet. According to findings of two new studies, starting out on an exercising may make a person eat more and so gain more weight instead of losing.
A new study from the Concordia University shows that friendships formed during early teen years can make a person feel empathy or apathy towards the society.
Adolescence is a tricky and awkward time for children trying to fit in with the adult world. It is during this time that a person grasps abstract ideas of the society and the little nuances that make up a family and intimate relationships. According to a new study, family dynamics during early teenage years shape a person's future relationships, and teenagers raised in a positive family climate are more likely to have stable relationships in the future.
Researchers have now found that two treatments can effectively fight chronic fatigue syndrome, a condition marked by constant fatigue that persists even after rest.
Sending instant messages may be easy and convenient, but it really doesn't help you feel as better as talking, says a new study.
Dominic Gundrum is a really special child who has defied all odds and survived a condition so rare in the U.S. that only one or two kids are born with the condition every two to five years, according to media reports.
Researchers have now found a way to use bioelectricity to detect early cancer cells and even manipulate the bioelectric signals of these cells to lower risk of cancer occurrence.
Researchers have now reprogrammed Herpes simplex virus, which can be used to fight certain types of cancers like breast and ovarian cancers that have spread to other parts of the body. They say that the modified virus doesn't harm healthy cells, but only attacks the cancerous ones.
Being married increases the odds of survival after a heart attack in both men and women across all age groups, say researchers of a new study from Finland.
A new study has found that treating malnourished children with antibiotics along with a peanut-based food is better than just the therapeutic food.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.