Healthy adults with less bicarbonate levels in their blood are 24 percent more likely to die than others.
In a new study, a team examined how psychosis is tied to certain physical health conditions that can increase risk of early death.
According to the researchers, early deaths, which occur before the age of 70, might fall by 40 percent over the next two decades.
Divorced men are more likely to die early as well as suffer from depression and substance abuse, according to new research.
Having fun in the sun can help prevent heart attacks and early death, according to new research.
Leaving the hospital against doctors' orders may put patients at risk of readmission or early death.
Researchers found that people with epilepsy are 10 times more likely than healthy people to die before reaching their mid-50s.