Low-fat diet not only benefits the body, it is also good for one's mental health. A research study in Japan suggests that low-fat dairy consumption lowers the risks of depression.
A new research between the link of kidney disease to congenital heart problems. The kidney illness, dubbed as a 'silent disease' occurs 14 percent in the total population in the U.S. where 660,000 people are having the early stages of kidney failure
A science fair in Georgia showcases the project of a 12-year-old boy with the study of the healing effects of green tea for cancer.
A research reveals that hang overs get worse as you grow old.
A multi-cellulosed algae has been found in India and research results say that it dates back from 1.6 billio years ago.
A study reveals that the five-second rule on food being dropped on the floor has no severe health effects.
A new research claims that compounds in marijuana can stop brain tumor growth.
Having tattoos is said to make the individual look more fierce, attractive and healthier.
Researchers were surprised with their findings as they were able to stop cocaine craving among mice.
Researchers finally explain the rationale behind one's firm political belief.
A research from a world-renowned cancer treatment and research center in Boston has presented that a childhood cancer survivor may feel way older than they actually are.
A breakthrough medical device has been designed at a research facility in Belgium which can undertake precise surgical incision during brain tumor operations.
Initila studies showed that adults with mild cognitive impairment who were at least 68 years old who had the blueberry powder exhibited improvement in cognitive performance and brain function in comparison with those who received the placebo.
Philanthropist Paul Allen announced that he would be donating $2 million in grants to help fight the Zika virus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has begun deliberations on Monday to determine whether or not Zika should be declared a global health emergency.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.