According to a new study, measuring hospital patients' blood sugar levels during admission could help predict their risk of developing type 2 diabetes for up to three years.
According to a new study, risk factors for heart disease hit women and African-Americans the hardest.
Tisk of sudden infant death syndrome is highly depended on the infant's age, a new study reported.
A new study found that following a low-dose aspirin regime could help reduce pancreatic cancer risk.
Researchers concluded that adding blood glucose levels to help predict CVD is not effective.
Researchers found that despite Angelina Jolie's breast cancer story, knowledge about the genetic risk of breast cancer did not increase.
Researchers found that using advanced eye-tracking technology on infants starting at two-months old could diagnose autism earlier.
Researchers reported that the flu vaccine appeared to reduce people's risk of suffering from a cardiovascular event.
Researchers found that women who suffered from invasive breast cancer were 39 percent more likely to develop a tumor in a different region of the body.
Researcher Ann McTiernan stressed the importance of exercising and maintaining a healthy weight in order to reduce breast cancer risk.
A new study found that children who suffer from chronic stomach aches are more likely to have suffer or will suffer from an anxiety disorder some point in their lifetime.
Researchers found that people who have cheerful temperaments are at a lower risk of suffering from a coronary event.
Researchers report that nearly one-quarter of autistic cases could be traced back to six specific maternal antibodies.
Researchers looked over several databases and discovered that people who suffered from a traumatic brain injury appeared to be at a greater risk of suffering from a stroke. h
Researchers reviewed 104 studies and found that people who were exposed to pesticides had a higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease.
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.