A new study will test the effects of taking a chocolate capsule on health.
When Medicaid offers more benefits for tobacco dependence treatments, smokers are more likely to try to quit, according to a new study.
In a new study, researchers found little to no evidence that taking vitamin D supplements can be beneficial.
A new study reported that the FDA's approval process varies greatly based on the drug.
Supplements of vitamin D don’t help in preventing chronic diseases unrelated to the bones, a new study has challenged. Low vitamin D levels are a consequence of ill health and not a cause as it was thought prior.
Researchers found that granting wishes for sick children can help improve their happiness during a hard situation.
In a new study, researchers found that warning teens about future risks was not effective in curbing risky behaviors.
In a small study, Danish researchers found that antioxidant, resveratrol, blocked the benefits of cardiovascular exercise in older men.
A new review found that cutting the umbilical cord one minute later could boost an infants iron levels.
With the release of a new tai chi book, researchers and tai chi masters remind people that tai chi could provide healthy benefits for all of its practitioners.
Researchers suggest that people who are forced to exercise might still reap the benefits of exercise in protecting the brain from stress-related disorders.
Prenatal yoga can be a good alternative workout program for pregnant women who are hesitant to hop on the treadmill or elliptical.
Researchers found that fruit flies had a longer lifespan and better fertility rates when they were given an organic diet.
The army is still inefficient in dealing with soldiers' mental illnesses, specifically PTSD despite doubling the number of health professionals.
Researchers find that two glasses of wine a day can extend the lives of heart attack survivors.
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