A high resting heart rate is linked to an increased risk of dying prematurely, a new study found.
A mother just recently made headlines when she gave a rare birth to conjoined twins
Americans are eating healthier today than they were in 1999, a new study reported.
Women diagnosed with severe mental illness are less likely to get cancer screenings, a new study reported.
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.
The CDC reported that the weather can be linked to at least 2,000 deaths per year in the United States.
The CDC and health experts remind people of the importance of getting seven to nine hours of sleep per night.
A new systematic review found that low vitamin D levels measured in the blood increase risk of premature death.
People with slow reaction time may die young, according to a new study.
The Acting Surgeon General added several more diseases, such as liver cancer and colorectal cancer, caused by smoking.
Men who experience restless legs syndrome are 92 percent more likely to die an early death, a new study suggests.
Studies have found that sleeping for more than eight hours is associated with a higher risk of cognitive problems, heart disease and premature death.
Dr. Sam Parnia is head of intensive care at Stony Brook Hospital in New York where he restores life to his patients' even hours after they have been dead. Using a conservative extrapolation method, Parnia believes he can save up to 40,000 American lives a year.
In recent months, the air pollution problem in China has received considerable attention from media outlets abroad.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.