More mothers across the United States are breast-feeding their baby, according to a recently released news report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Age is now more than numbers as a recent study has found that older bikers have three times more risks of being injured than the younger ones.
Facebook and Twitter can now do more than connect with friends and families: it can help prevent HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), a recent study finds.
It is often said that prevention is better than cure, however, over-cautiousness might not be so beneficial after all. A recent study finds that doing a mammogram frequently might not be such a good idea for older women.
Alcohol is known to be one of the foremost causes of mortality worldwide, though an increase in the price of alcohol in British Columbia has significantly reduced the rates of mortality, a study finds.
All the things that one deems as repulsive might actually hold appeal under adverse conditions, a new study finds.
It is the decision of a terminally ill patient to choose hospice care or family during his/her last days. While the demands for hospice care are increasing, so are the futile treatments which these patients get subjected to, a study finds.
While drinking, it is a good idea to mix alcohol with normal soft drinks than with diet soft drinks, as the latter gets people drunk faster, a study reveals.
Obesity and diseases associated with vitamin D deficiency have been two of the biggest causes of health worries fro people worldwide.
Compounding practices in Massachusetts went under the scanner following the widespread fungal meningitis cases that were traced back to a compounding center in the state.
A walk in the sun might do more than one can think. It also alleviates the risk of getting rheumatoid arthritis, a recent study reveals.
Women who want to have a baby may find it easier to conceive if they stay nearer to their family, a recent study finds.
In case of people from the lower economic strata, poor mental health might result in their unusual behaviors and it is not vice versa, a recent study reported.
Lyxumia is an injectable drug manufactured by Sanofi, a French pharmaceutical company, to treat type 2 diabetes.
After a successful treatment of cancer, the return to work process varies for men and women, and the difference is considerable, a recent study suggests.
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.