African American women may need to work harder to lose weight.
Blacks are happier employees, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that current HPV vaccines do not protect black women against the virus as effectively as they do for white women.
In a new study, researchers reported that race plays a factor when it comes to creating and accepting financial contracts.
Researchers found that using the fat label can be very destructive, especially for white teenage girls.
Researchers reported that racial differences might be tied to drug testing policies in the work place.
Researchers found that 20.2 percent of high school seniors reported binge drinking over the past two weeks.
A new CDC report revealed that nearly nine million American adults use prescription sleeping medications.
Multiracial people value being accurately identified more so than single-race individuals, according to a new study.
Two African American nursing home employees in Michigan are accusing the medical care facility where they work of stopping them from working with a white patient who refused to be cared for by black people.
Researchers tied lack of sleep to more prejudiced and stereotyped behaviors.
South Asians may have to exercise more to increase their fitness level and reduce their diabetes risk, according to a new study.
A new study has linked race to sleep apnea. Even after accounting for body mass index, researchers found that sleep apnea severity is higher among African-American men in certain age groups.
Using the Rubber Hand Illusion, a test where participants look at a fake hand being touched while an experimenter touches the participant's own hidden hand, scientists from Royal Holloway University found that that "owning" darker skin can help improve racial bias.
The CDC reports that Americans are still consuming too many calories from added sugar, which can lead to obesity and other health complications.