A quarter of schools continue to lack proper concussion management programs, a new study reported.
The WHO reported that last year, there were nearly half a million more tuberculosis cases than previously estimated.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's osteoporosis screening guidelines for young, post-menopausal women is not very effective, a new study reported.
A genetic variant identified in nearly 20 percent of U.S Latinas may be linked to a reduced risk of breast cancer, a new study reported.
Young adult men who binge drink frequently are at a greater risk of developing hypertension, a new study found.
A new study reported that birth season is linked to the risk of developing mood disorders later on in life.
According to a new study, patients with vitamin D deficiency had an increased risk of poor brain function and an increased risk of death after cardiac arrest.
The study, that provides a better understanding of pancreatic cancer may help identify individuals at increased risk.
According to a new study, one in eight sudden and sleep-related deaths in infants occur while sleeping on the sofa.
Even though preventive measures do not ensure 100 percent safety from diseases, they can dramatically improve life quality. Here are 5 ways to reduce your future risk of breast cancer.
In a new study, a team examined how psychosis is tied to certain physical health conditions that can increase risk of early death.
According to a new study, many prescription drug abusers do not know how to respond to an overdose.
A high alcohol intake has been associated with heightened risk of human papillomavirus infection among men, according to a new study.
Gout is linked to a heightened risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Colorectal cancer (CRC) patients who are obese may face a slightly higher risk for developing a second weight-related cancer, according to a new study.
Many myths detract from the power of soy, but the truth of the matter is that this plant-based protein can help improve the health and wellness of both men and women. In fact, according to recent studies, just 25 grams of soy protein every day can help decrease the risk of heart disease when used as a part of a healthy diet.