A new study found that people who were informed about their heart risk genes were more focused on reducing their bad cholesterol levels.
Fast, on-the-spot tests for bacterial infections may help to reduce excessive antibiotic use, finds a new systematic review.
Adopting a combination of five key healthy behaviors can reduce the risk of developing bowel cancer, according to a new study.
Cancer is deadly but little can we do about it. New figures suggest that there's been a steep rise in rates of types that are caused by lifestyle factors - triggered by excess alcohol, smoking, obesity and even exposure to sun.
Exercise is all it takes stay healthy and stress free. While this is completely true, some small tweaks to your diet can also help reduce stress. Here are some of them:
Sugar tax on sugar sweetened beverages may help reduce obesity, suggests a new study.
Use of advanced CT scanning equipment is helping patients reduce radiation exposure, according to a new research.
Playing sports for more than an hour every day reduces the risk of contracting breast cancer in women of every age group and any weight. The effect equally applies to women residing in every other geographical location, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that eating a Mediterranean-style diet could help reduce dementia risk.
Long-term daily use of multivitamins could reduce the risk of cataracts in men, according to a new study.
Researchers found that getting the seasonal flu vaccine reduced risk of stroke by 24 percent.
Researchers reported that using attention behavioral modification can prevent overweight and obese children from overeating.
A new study reported that giving pregnant women advice on diet and exercise can reduce the likelihood of giving birth to an overweight infant.
People suffering from arthritis can drastically improve their condition with exercise and healthy diet, new research reveals.
A new study suggests that Cannabis help some people deal with pain because it makes pain more bearable, rather than actually reducing it. In the new Oxford study which used brain imaging to conclude the findings the researchers claim that they have found psychoactive ingredient in cannabis which reduces activity in a part of the brain linked to emotional aspects of pain.