The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling is Defiantly for adults: its contents takes a liberal stance on poverty stricken muggles.
Researchers confirm that cherries can help relieve pain from Gout and Arthritis attacks.
A popular HIV drug known as anti-retroviral, like many other drugs, has daunting side-effects, though more preferable than the disease that the drug is treating. However new research suggests that those taking the drug are being subjected to long-term cognitive impairment.
The World Health Organization notes that hearing loss affects approximately 34 million people in the United States, but hearing aid usage rates have historically remained at just 24%. The average cost for a a single hearing piece can cost $1,900 but rates almost always are higher.
While it is known that marketing agencies pitch products to what's known as a "target audience" to try to brand their products and establish a principle audience.Though this is common practice for all marketing/advertising companies, with not a single demographic left untouched, a new study makes an alarming discovery about alcohol distributors and their prevalence for targeting African-American youths.
In a shameless example of blaming the poor, Cindy Nerger, 28, who relies on food stamps to feed her family, said she was brought to tears after being embarrassed by a manager at a Kroger store in Warner Robbins, Ga
An analysis by the Pew Research Center found that 22.4 million households, or 19 percent, had college debt in 2010. That is double the share in 1989, and up from 15 percent in 2007, just prior to the recession - representing the biggest three-year increase in student debt in more than two decades.
Google has upped the cool factor once again. The armchair traveler in each of us can now explore underwater vistas and coral reefs without a snorkel or the inconvenience of going through airport security.
In an effort to combat the misery of Poison Oak, Ivy and Sumac Infections, researchers are in the process of developing a spray that can detect the invisible oil on the skin or the leaves itself to avoid the pain and irritation of exposure.
We have all heard of urinary incontinence, specifically among the elderly and mothers who have weakened urinary tract muscles. However, doctors say that, despite being very common, fecal incontinence is highly under-reported because of the large stigma that is associated with it.
Published in the journal Nature, for the first time ever, an international team of scientists from King's College London, Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital have stopped the aging process in the muscles of mice by manipulating the chemical components of a commonly used drug.
Researchers tackle the subject of boredom in a study published in the newest issue of the Perspectives on Psychological Science to discover the mental processes that function (or do not function) when we feel bored.
Researchers indicate that war survivors such as Holocaust survivors or women serving actively in the military who experienced severe hunger, bordering on starvation, are five times more likely to develop breast cancer than women who were mildly exposed.
With New York Mayor Micheal Bloomberg in full rampage over getting the city smoke and junk-food free, hospital vending machines and cafeterias will no longer be able to serve sugary snacks or fatty foods to anxious patient visitors, according to a recent report released by the campaign.
The family dinner is thought to be an effective method in child rearing, where children and parents can interact and the act itself can promote academic success and good behavior. But a new study finds that the tradition may not be as effective as previously thought.
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.