Many people dream of a perfect marriage, some lucky one also end up finding it, but they might not be as lucky as they think. A recent study connects marital bliss with the rise in obesity.
For people who are suffering from lung, head or neck cancer, it might be a good idea to stop smoking before surgery as the chances of a relapse are less. For those who continue smoking, additional precaution had to be taken to stop relapse.
For all the children who think about giving that physical education class a miss, it may be an error in judgement. A recent study has found that attending the physical education classes on a regular basis will actually help the children stay fit and meet the recommended hours of physical activity.
A child suffering from eczema has a wide variety of bacteria present in the stomach. These bacteria are commonly present in the gut of an adult than in healthy children.
Almost all parents teach their children to be truthful, however, hardly any lead by example, a recent research indicates.
For people born during the late 1950s, the workplace may be a leading cause for getting adult asthma, especially if the job is that of cleaning or involves close interaction with cleaning agents.
In a recent study, scientists have found that melamine, which is a common chemical used in the manufacture of crockery, can increase the risk of kidney stone. This is especially if the cookware is old and/or of an inferior quality.
For people who are HIV positive, bacterial pneumonia is a common threat and critical at the same time. A recent study suggests that smokers who were HIV positive had 50 percent more chances of getting the infection than HIV-positive individuals who did not smoke.
Perfectionism, or rather two specific forms of it, can drive a person toward eating disorders. The two forms of perfectionism are adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism.