People who carry a genetic disposition for the neurodevelopmental disorder are more prone to develop autism in air polluted environment, a recent study suggests.
Researchers reported that postmenopausal women who drank more sugar-sweetened beverages have a higher risk of getting endometrial cancer.
Seems like the nuts will be sold out very soon. People who ate nuts on a regular basis, were less likely to die of heart disease or cancer, a study at Harvard proved.
Taking the aspirin just before bed lowers the risk of experiencing a stroke or heart attack, according to a new study. The findings are useful to millions of people who usually take a low-dose aspirin for coping up with their heart related diseases.
Researchers reported that baby boys throughout the world have a 14 percent greater risk of being born preterm.
A new study found that being overweight or obese is a contributor to heart disease regardless of other factors.
A new report found that too many people under 21 are still being exposed to alcohol advertising.
A team of international researchers used a simple urine test to determine the risks of heart and kidney diseases for young type 1 diabetics.
Chinese researchers found that shutting down live poultry farms was an extremely effective method of preventing the spread of the avian flu.
Drinking three cups of coffee every day could lower the risk of liver cancer by 50 per cent, a new research has found.
The FDA approved the first ever pure hydrocodone painkiller to be available in the United States.
Researchers found that girls who mature faster are at a greater risk of getting type 2 diabetes as adults.
Dutch researchers found an association between sunlight and ADHD.
Researchers reported that brief counseling during HIV testings did not reduce the risk of STIs for high-risk individuals.
Researchers reported that men who drank alcohol excessively sped up the progression of atherosclerosis, which occurs when there is plaque build up in the arteries.