Using an electronic monitoring device may help heart failure patients and their families stick to a low-salt diet, according to a new research.
Majority of us like to start morning with a shot of caffeine. It might be seen as an addiction, but there are myriad benefits of this addiction.
Majority of the 7 million consumers who got insurance under the president's health care law may see premiums go up next year, if they don't switch to another plan, said a press release.
Obesity among workers in the United States costs nation $8.65 billion per year in lost productivity, according to a new study.
Tainted drugs may have killed 13 women who underwent sterilization procedures in central India, according to officials.
The Democratic Republic of Congo on Saturday has declared itself Ebola-free, according to a press release. The nation witnessed a three-month outbreak of the disease that claimed 49 lives.
Nonsmokers traveling in an automobile with a smoker for sixty minutes had markers of elevated levels of carcinogens and other toxins in their urine, a new study has found.
Salivary mucins - key components of mucus - actively protect the teeth from the cariogenic bacterium, according to a new study.
A multi-institutional study has defined and established criteria for a new neurological disease closely resembling Alzheimer's disease called primary age-related tauopathy (PART).
Researchers have identified an estrogen receptor, previously shown to regulate blood pressure in women, also plays a significant role in regulating low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels, according to a new study.
Transplanted kidneys may stop functioning long-term if they come from donors with variants in a particular gene, according to a new study.
Anesthesia, which is considered a blessing to patients and surgeons, has remain a mystery since its inception. Now, a new study is offering evidence that says the membrane proteins themselves are altered directly by anesthetics.
Every patient with pre-dialysis kidney disease should receive statins by current guidelines, reports a new study.
A majority of obese people in Britain would not describe themselves as "obese", and many of them would not even describe themselves as "very overweight", according to a new study.
The feeling that you get once you are well-rested, especially after a good night's sleep, barely matches with any other feeling.
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.