A new study reported that caregivers were more likely than patients with seizure disorders to know what sudden unexpected death in epilepsy was.
India's latest campaign, Clean India, aims to improve public sanitation.
According to a new study, a one-time intervention program that educates teens about the malleability of personality can prevent the number of depressive symptoms from rising.
Kids of college-educated parents eat significantly more vegetables and drink significantly less sugar, according to researchers.
Teenage girls who skip school and fail tests have more sex and are less likely to use condoms compared to their more studious counterparts.
Having college-educated parents significantly lowers teens risk of drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana.
The World Health Organization called suicide a "major public health problem" that affects someone every 40 seconds.
A new report released by Mental Health Commission of Canada has identified ways to improve the mental health training and education that police personnel receive.
The United States Preventive Services Task Force has issued new guidelines for overweight adults with an increased risk of developing heart conditions.
Low education levels put smokers at a higher risk of experiencing deadly strokes, according to new research.
In a new study, researchers set out to see if an outreach campaign could raise awareness and improve organ donation numbers and discovered that the campaign increased the consent rates for Hispanic Americans.
New research shows that traditional gender roles are quickly becoming obsolete. Researchers found that men prefer and are more likely to marry smarter women.
A new study is reporting that fetuses can learn as early as week 34.
A new study found that women who had a higher education level than their husbands do not have an increased risk of divorce.
Early sexual education could yield lifetime benefits, according to a new study.