Men do more than moving on the dance floor. Apparently, they also attract lovers and fend off any potential rival, a new study suggests.
According to a recent report, chronic diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular disease need to be further looked into to prioritize, evaluate, monitor, and for better health results across all countries.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has released a set of guidelines to manage type 2 diabetes mellitus in children.
Advice regarding the initial course of physiotherapy can just as effectively be given over the phone as in face-to-face contact, and yields the same good result.
The trust a patient places on his or her doctor is very important for the course of recovery. A recent study has found that doctors are able to feel the pain as well as the relief of being cured that their patients feel.
The first prospect of bad news or regular gloomy bulletins on TV can have people seeking 'comfort foods' which are high in calories, thus increasing the chances of obesity, a recent study suggests.
The medicatioin given to children and teenagers to alleviate the pain of migraine may not be so effective after all, a recent study on pediatric migraine medicine suggests.
The chances of teenagers including alcohol in their life or discarding it will all depend on who served them their very first drink of their life, according to a recent study.
Primary care physicians or PCPs have reduced the instances of weight counseling offered from 1995-1996 to 2007-2008, according to a new research.
Scientists have found a unique approach to kill lymphoma even without the use of the dreaded chemotherapy: using gold nanoparticles instead.
Many smartphone manufacturing companies are including software in their phones to control various aspects of a person's health; however, very few people use them, according a latest study.
The origin of HIV or Human Immunodeficiency Virus has been traced back to African monkeys and apes which existed five to 12 million years ago, according to a new research.
For women who are diagnosed with breast cancer in its early stages, lumpectomy followed by radiation offers more survival chances than mastectomy, a recent study reveals.
The speed of recovery in rats after suffering from stroke was improved by the introduction of stem cells extracted either from the bone marrow or fat, according to a new study.
Between economic recession and increased life expectancy, middle-aged people may find that the time of freedom they look forward to may be a thing of the past, according to a new study.
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.