A new study has found a strong association between environmental exposure to peanut protein during infancy and an allergic response to peanuts in children who have eczema early in life.
British men who pay for sex also have many unpaid sexual partners, according to a study. Men who paid for sex within past five years are often young, single professionals, with a taste of binge drinking and recreational drugs, the study added.
Being insecure about sex is a common tendency, especially among men. If you are one of those men who is concerned about the performance in bed, we've got some tips for you.
Police officers in the United States are at 30 to 70 times higher risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD) when they're involved in routine or non-emergency activities, according to a new study.
Low blood vitamin D levels may increase mortality, a new study has shown.
GPS may soon offer insight into understanding dark matter - mysterious invisible stuff of science fiction that makes up a great portion of the universe - say a pair of scientists.
A logical assumption is that the more you eat the less you'll be hungry. However, science says some foods are far better than other at beating the belly growls.
Frenzied pace of the modern 24-hour lifestyle is damaging to our health, according to a new study. Reptiles that have their life in a slow lane, live longer, the study added.
African Americans, Hispanics, and those who receive care at a community hospital are all significantly less likely than other patients to receive treatment for early stage non-small cell lung cancer, suggests a new study.
A long noncoding RNA named Ewing sarcoma-associated transcript (EWSAT1) is critical target of the fusion protein, according to a new study.
Young teen smokers may run a heightened risk of developing chronic severe period pain, according to a new study.
Emergency room visits for atrial fibrillation have soared significantly in the United States - causing major healthcare burden, suggests a new research.
Keeping a healthy heart while young may help prevent future disease and disability, suggests a new study.
High blood pressure is improving gradually in the United States, with more than half of those with the condition now achieving reading below 140/90 millimeters of mercury, according to a new research.
Hospital admissions for acute aortic dissection were at maximum during peak flu season November-March, a new research has found.
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.